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Ships slowing in busy channel to protect endangered orcas
by Phuong Le
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3 September 2017
On 3 September 2017 The Associated Press reported:
Ships moving through a busy channel off Washington state's San Juan Island are slowing down this summer as part of a study to determine whether that can reduce noise and benefit a small, endangered population of killer whales. The trial, led by the Vancouver Fraser Port Authority, is trying to understand whether reducing commercial vessel speeds can reduce underwater noise. Orcas use clicks, calls, and other sounds to navigate, communicate, and forage mainly for salmon.
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