Musical soundtrack:

Josh Gumiela, drums, electronics, sampler, and production

Aaron McKain, guitars and effects

Matt Sumera, drums and paper


Producer & Director: Mark Pedelty

Video Editor: Joel Dehnel

Video Mastering: Karl Demer

Videography:

Daniel Licht

Ben Lynn

Mark O'Connell

Rick Ray

Pond 5 Community

Script & Storyboard: Mark Pedelty

Title Placement: Joel Dehnel

Funding provided by:

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References:

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Hildebrand, J. A. (2009). Anthropogenic and natural sources of ambient noise in the ocean. Marine Ecology Progress Series 395, 5–20.

Holt, M. M., Noren, D. P., Veirs, V., Emmons, C. K. & Veirs, S. (2009). Speaking up: killer whales (Orcinus orca) increase their call amplitude in response to vessel noise. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 125, 27–32.

Lengagne, T. (2008). Traffic noise affects communication behaviour in a breeding anuran, Hyla arborea. Biological Conservation 141, 2023–2031.

Morton, A. B. & Symonds, H. K. (2002). Displacement of Orcinus orca (L.) by high amplitude sound in British Columbia, Canada. ICES Journal of Marine Science 59, 715–780.

Parris, K. M., Velik-Lord, M., North, J. M. & Function, L. (2009). Frogs call at a higher pitch in traffic noise. Ecology and Society 14, 25.

Shannon, G., Angeloni, L. M., Wittemyer, G., Fristrup, K. M. & Crooks, K. R. (2014). Road traffic noise modifies behaviour of a keystone species. Animal Behaviour 94, 135–141.

Sun, J. W. & Narins, P. M. (2005). Anthropogenic sounds differentially affect amphibian call rate. Biological Conservation 121, 419–427.