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The Obama administration approved the use of sonic cannons to discover deposits under the ocean floor by shooting sound waves ...
100 times louder than a jet engine through waters shared by endangered whales and turtles. (July 18)
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DURATION:-----------------------------------------1:19SHOTLIST:AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYJuno Beach, Florida - July 18, 20141. Wide of sky2. Close of Atlantic Ocean3. Wide of Juno Beach4. Wide of Atlantic Ocean5. Mid of Juno BeachAP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYVero Beach, Florida - July 18, 20146. SOUNDBITE (English) R. Grant Gilmore, Jr., Estuarine for Coastal and Ocean Science, Inc. (Transcript Below)AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYJuno Beach, Florida - July 18, 20147. Mid of Atlantic OceanUS GEOLOGICAL SURVEY HANDOUT - AP CLIENTS ONLYNo location - Recent8. STILL of eastern United StatesAP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYVero Beach, Florida - July 18, 20149. SOUNDBITE (English) R. Grant Gilmore, Jr., Estuarine for Coastal and Ocean Science, Inc. (Transcript Below)AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYJuno Beach, Florida - July 18, 201410. Wide of exterior of Loggerhead Marinelife Center11. Close of turtle12. SOUNDBITE (English) Sarah Hirsch, Loggerhead Marinelife Center (Transcript Below)US DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR HANDOUT - AP CLIENTS ONLYGulf of Mexico - July 200213. STILL of two sperm whales flip their tails as they go into a feeding dive near a Texas A&M University research vesselNATIONAL OCEANOGRAPHIC AND ATMOSPHERIC ADMINISTRATION (NOAA) HANDOUT - AP CLIENTS ONLYOff the coast of Rhode Island - April 22, 201114. STILL of North Atlantic right whales feeding off shore south of Rhode Island15. STILL of North Atlantic right whale mother and calf pair in Rhode Island SoundAP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLYJuno Beach, Florida - July 18, 201416. SOUNDBITE (English) Sarah Hirsch, Loggerhead Marinelife Center (Transcript Below)17. Wide of Juno Beach18. Close of Atlantic Ocean19. Wide of Atlantic Ocean20. Wide of Juno BeachVOICE-OVER SCRIPT:A SEA CHANGE IN POLICY -- AND, ACROSS THE EASTERN SEABOARD -- RENEWED CONCERNS OVER OFFSHORE OIL EXPLORATION.THE GOVERNMENT SAYS SONIC CANNONS CAN BE USED TO MAP THE OCEAN FLOOR.SOUNDBITE (English) R. Grant Gilmore, Estuarine for Coastal and Ocean Science, Inc.: "I think it's huge."THE CANNONS CAN SHOOT SOUND WAVES 100 TIMES LOUDER THAN JET ENGINES, PINPOINTING OIL AND GAS DEPOSITS DEEP UNDER THE SEABED.THEIR USE, A FIRST STEP TOWARD MINING FEDERAL WATERS -- FROM DELAWARE TO FLORIDA.SOUNDBITE (English) R. Grant Gilmore, Estuarine for Coastal and Ocean Science, Inc.: "What we experience here on land, really, is different from what's in the water. We're used to loud sounds here. Around cities and airports and everywhere. It's not true in the ocean environment."AT THE LOGGERHEAD MARINELIFE CENTER IN FLORIDA, THERE IS UNCERTAINTY.SOUNDBITE (English) Sarah Hirsch, Loggerhead Marinelife Center: "There are a lot of unknowns."AMONG THE BIGGEST?THE POTENTIAL IMPACT ON MARINE LIFE.THE GOVERNMENT SAYS 138,000 SEA CREATURES COULD BE HARMED, INCLUDING ENDANGERED WHALES AND TURTLES.SOUNDBITE (English) Sarah Hirsch, Loggerhead Marinelife Center: "There's always potential for disruption. Humans definitely have technology that is not normal in the environment."A DELICATE BALANCE, AS ENERGY COMPANIES PREPARE TO DIVE NEW DEPTHS, AS EARLY AS 2018.Alex Sanz/Associated Press, Juno Beach, Florida