عنوان مقاله [English]
Nowadays, with the development of industrialization and other human activities, terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems exposed to environmental pollutants. Environmental pollutants include chemical, light and acoustic pollution originated from anthropogenic activities in a variety of temporal and spatial domains and their distributions can have different effects on biological indices of many organisms. One of these biological pollutants, is sound which is generated due to human activities and is thought to contribute many sound-induced changes in aquatic animals. Sound generated as a result of anthropogenic activities is a form of biological contaminants which has received considerable attention of stockholders, marine protected area managers, legislators and industrial and agricultural development organizations. In this review according to the elevation of anthropogenic noise in both content and magnitude, I emphasized to study on the importance of anthropogenic noise effects and acoustic-induced behavioural changes on aquatic animals specially fish species. Based on the results, elevated sound levels, may affect predator prey interactions. In addition to briefly reviewing anthropogenic noise sources, this work represents anthropogenic noise effects on behavioural characteristics of aquatic animals and specially predator prey interactions and compares my recent behavioural experiment results with recently other publications have been published in the literature. At the end after conclusion, I suggested recommendations in order to continue biological studies.
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