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Course on Risk Assessment of Environmental Noise Impacts

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Date: Mon, 29 Aug 2016 15:10:11 +0000

Dear Colleagues


Sorry for cross postings


DHI ( is running a course in end of September on Risk Assessment of Environmental Noise Impacts, which is available for booking.


The impacts of underwater noise have become an increasingly important issue for marine industries such as dredging, shipping, wind farm operations and oil and gas exploration and production. Noise assessments are required for many marine activities with Regulators being increasingly aware of the issues as well.


DHI has been on the forefront in researching noise impacts, developing frameworks for assessing them and for providing real solutions that can be used as tools in EIAs. By combining ocean acoustics and marine biology, DHI developed its new risk based approach to noise assessment. Join us for a course to learn more:


·         21st - 22nd of September in San Diego, CA  – for further info and registration go to


You can get an appetizer using this link




Best regards,


Frank Thomsen


Senior Scientist , Group Executive - Marine Regulators and Authorities

DHI Group Sales, Ecology and Environment


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