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Subject: meeting: Acoustic Impacts on Marine Mammals
From: Dave Mellinger <>
Date: Fri, 02 Apr 2004 10:06:43 -0800
Date:    Wed, 31 Mar 2004 10:47:39 -0800
 Subject: MMC Advisory Committee on Acoustic Impacts on Marine Mammals,
          2nd plenary meeting (fwd)
 The Marine Mammal Commission is pleased to announce the second meeting of
 the Advisory Committee on Acoustic Impacts on Marine Mammals:
 Wednesday, 28 April - Friday, 30 April 2004
 Sheraton Crystal City Hotel, 1800 Jefferson Davis Highway, Arlington, VA
 phone 703-486-1111 or 800-862-7666, fax 703-769-3955 (reservations under
 Marine Mammal Commission group, please reserve by April 7)
 This meeting will focus on techniques for risk assessment of acoustic
 impacts on marine mammals.  It will include presentations on past and
 current risk analysis approaches, and on the Noise Exposure Criteria being
 developed by NOAA Fisheries.
 The meeting is open to the public and will be announced in the Federal
 Register.  A draft meeting agenda and any background documents will be
 available on the Commission's website at <a  
 Guidelines for making public comment to the Advisory Committee are also
 available on the website.
 We hope you will be able to attend this important meeting.  Please note that
 the Advisory Committee's third meeting is tentatively scheduled for July
 27-29, 2004 in California.
 Please feel free to distribute this announcement.  If you prefer not to
 receive email updates about the Commission's policy dialogue on sound and
 marine mammals, please email [EMAIL PROTECTED] and ask to be removed from the
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 Erin Vos, MEM
 Sound Project Manager
 Marine Mammal Commission
 4340 East-West Highway, Rm. 905
 Bethesda, MD 20814
 main office: 301-504-0087
 direct line: 301-504-0300
 fax: 301-504-0099

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