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We demonstrate the power of using passive acoustic monitoring & machine learning to survey species, using ruffed lemurs in southeastern Madagascar as an example.
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Emily T Griffiths's Content
Hey all. I'm drawing up the specs for an at-sea recorder, geared towards recording migratory bats and birds. We're going to likely be using some of the Wildlife Acoustics...
20 April 2021
I put this out on twitter (@etgriffonage), and it was suggested that this forum would be a great feedback resource! There was a failed push 2 yrs ago to create a Bioacoustics...
26 August 2020