BRAHSS (Behavioural Responses of Australian Humpback whales to Seismic Surveys) is a large, four-year collaborative study investigating the effects of seismic airguns on the behaviour of humpback whales during migration.


Link to 2010-2011 overview Link to description of the full BRAHSS project
 Link to project updates Link to About Us page
 Link to further resources Link to gallery

 

BRAHSS section

About Us

A brief introduction to the BRAHSS project, including people and organisations that are involved.

Behavioural Responses of Australian Humpback whales to Seismic Surveys (BRAHSS)

An overview of the Behavioural Responses of Australian Humpback whales to Seismic Surveys (BRAHSS) project.

Updates

Updates to our field diary for first two field seasons of the BRAHSS project.

Resources

A list of resources related to field work and projects at Peregian, QLD.

BRAHSS 10-11 Overview

An overview of CEAL's role in the 2010 and 2011 years of the BRAHSS project.

BRAHSS Gallery

Gallery of photographs from the field season for BRAHSS.