Noise pollution threatening biodiversity

13th December 2019


Noise pollution is threatening the survival of more than 100 different species, interfering with the way they communicate and search for food, scientists have discovered.

The meta-study by Queen's University Belfast also found that man-made noise has an impact on bird migration, potentially harming ecosystems. The research sheds light on consequences for birds, fish, m

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