High-speed ferries, recreational boats are big noise polluters in SF Bay


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EOS Center study has implications for marine mammal safety

In a recent study, researchers found that recreational boats and high-speed ferries contribute significant underwater noise in San Francisco Bay, a highly urbanized coastline that is increasingly becoming a stop along the migratory routes of gray and humpback whales and is home to bottlenose dolphins and harbor porpoises.

Read the full story in SF State News.