article / 21 June 2022

New papers on passive acoustic monitoring

PAM & transfer learning, defining occupancy in surveys, effects of anthropogenic noise on fish, soundscapes to track ecosystem recovery, detecting sharks with echosounders, using PAMGuard to detect marine mammals 

Dufourq, E., Batist, C., Foquet, R., & Durbach, I. (2022). Passive acoustic monitoring of animal populations with transfer learning. Ecological Informatics, 101688. (open-access)

Webber, T., Gillespie, D., Lewis, T., Gordon, J., Ruchirabha, T., & Thompson, K. F. (2022). Streamlining analysis methods for large acoustic surveys using automatic detectors with operator validation. Methods in Ecology and Evolution. 

Fournet, M. E., Stabenau, E., Madhusudhana, S., & Rice, A. N. (2022). Altered acoustic community structure indicates delayed recovery following ecosystem perturbations. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 107948. (not open access).

Maiditsch, I. P., & Ladich, F. (2022). Effects of noise on acoustic and visual signalling in the Croaking Gourami: differences in adaptation strategies in fish. Bioacoustics, 1-18. (open access)

Hane, M., Thornton-Frost, J., Springford, A., & Kroll, A. (2022). Factors associated with automated detection of Northern Spotted Owl (Strix occidentalis caurina) four-note location calls. Avian Conservation and Ecology, 17(1). (open access)

Wood, C. M., & Peery, M. Z. What does ‘occupancy’mean in passive acoustic surveys? Ibis.

Ona, E., & Nielsen, J. (2022). Acoustic detection of the Greenland shark (Somniosus microcephalus) using multifrequency split beam echosounders in Svalbard waters. Progress in Oceanography, 102842. (open-access)

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