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Recovery of Barotrauma Injuries Resulting from Exposure to Pile Driving Sound in Two Sizes of Hybrid Striped Bass

Figure 7

Comparison of pile driving exposure between species.

A. RWI values at day 0 post exposure of each treatment in terms of SELcum for five species tested using the HICI-FT. B. Number of injuries observed at day 0 post exposure of each treatment in terms of SELcum for five species tested using the HICI-FT. The hybrid striped bass and Nile tilapia (Halvorsen et al. 2012b) are in red signifying fishes with physoclistous swim bladders. The Chinook salmon (Halvorsen et al. 2011, 2012a) and the lake sturgeon (Halvorsen et al. 2012 b) are in blue signifying fishes with physostomous swim bladders. The hogchoker (Halvorsen et al. 2012b) in black signifies a fish with no swim bladder. Error bars signify standard deviation values.

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doi: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0073844.g007