This is a list of any popular media where our work has been covered, including blog posts, news stories, etc.
21. W. Halliday was interviewed for a story by Nelly Guidici
in l'Aquilon, a French newspaper from Yellowknife, NWT.
Quand les navires cassent les oreilles aux mammifères marins
20. W. Halliday was interviewed for
with Jesse Hildebrand.
The deafening underwater soundscape of bearded seals
. Article written by J. Learn for The Wildlife Society about Annika Heimrich's
bearded seal paper
Science Chats Part 7: Qayaqtuqłuni. Article by Kayla Nanmak Arey on an interview with S. Insley for Wildlife Management Advisory Council: North Slope
. A video of the interview can be viewed
Beluga whistles and clicks could be silenced by an increasingly noisy Arctic Ocean
. Article by W. Halliday in The Conversation. Adapted in multiple other outlets, including
In the Arctic, 'everything is changing,' massive animal tracking study finds
. CBC News article on recent Science study, W. Halliday quoted. Also story on CBC The World at Six on 6 November 2020.
Where Arctic Cod Goes, Marine Mammals Follow
. Article by A. Price at Earth Island Journal. W. Halliday quoted.
Beluga whales' silence speaks volumes
. Blog by W. Halliday at Arctic Focus on recent beluga paper in
The Unseen Threat: Noise in the Arctic Marine Environment
. Essay by Martin von Mirbach in The Revelator on the recent Arctic Underwater Noise review that we wrote for PAME.
A whale of a problem developing in Canada’s Arctic
. Opinion piece at The Hill Times by W. Halliday and M. Pine. A combo of our papers in Marine Pollution Bulletin and Marine Policy.
Taking it slow can help reduce impacts of Arctic shipping on whales
. Commentary at Mongabay by M. Pine on the Pine et al. 2018 paper in Marine Pollution Bulletin.
Lauren McWhinnie has an on-air interview with Adam Stirling of CFAX 1070 radio
. Interview about McWhinnie et al. 2018 paper.
Protecting whales in an ice-free Arctic
. Blog post at Canadian Geographic by Brad Cundiff.
Whales in ice-free Arctic face emerging threat from vessels
. Press release from University of Victoria about
McWhinnie et al. 2018 paper
. Press release picked up by
Globe and Mail
The Maritime Executive
The Star Vancouver
Breach of the Peace. Article by L. McWhinnie and W. Halliday for The Biologist 64(6): 10-13.
The sounds of the north: exploring the underwater soundscape of the western Canadian Arctic. Blog by W. Halliday for Canadian Science Publishing on Medium.
What is making all that Arctic noise? Op Ed in National Geographic by M. Robards, S. Insley, and W. Halliday.
What's that sound? What underwater listening can teach us abut the Arctic. Post by W. Halliday for Wildlife Conservation Society Canada's Muddy Boots Blog.
Shipping issues are heating up in Canada's western Arctic. Post by S. Insley for Wildlife Conservation Society Canada's Muddy Boots Blog.
Listening for giants. Article in Mongabay by Carly Vynne, with quotes from M. Robards, R. Antunes, and S. Insley
Sachs Harbour Diary: August 2014. Post by S. Insley for Wildlife Conservation Society Canada's Muddy Boots Blog
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