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Project maps soundscape of northern Adriatic and impact on marine life

Croatia's Lošinj archipelago is home to a large resident population of bottlenose dolphins, which suffered a decline between 1995 and 2003. Driving the drop, among other factors, is the growing presence of tourist pleasure boats, which in the summer season frequent the waters of the archipelago.

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