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Monitoring animal diversity using acoustic indices: Implementation in a temperate woodland
Abstract Biodiversity assessment is one of the major challenges for ecology and conservation. With current increase of biodiversity loss during the last decades, there is an urgent need to quicklyExpand
Acoustic Indices for Biodiversity Assessment and Landscape Investigation
Jérôme Sueur1), Almo Farina2), Amandine Gasc1,3), Nadia Pieretti2), Sandrine Pavoine3,4) 1) Muséum national d’Histoire naturelle, Département Systématique et Évolution, UMR 7205-CNRS ISYEB, 45 rueExpand
Assessing biodiversity with sound: Do acoustic diversity indices reflect phylogenetic and functional diversities of bird communities?
Abstract Measuring biodiversity is a challenging task for research in taxonomy, ecology and conservation. Biodiversity is commonly measured using metrics related to species richness, phylogenetic-,Expand
Biodiversity Sampling Using a Global Acoustic Approach: Contrasting Sites with Microendemics in New Caledonia
New Caledonia is a Pacific island with a unique biodiversity showing an extreme microendemism. Many species distributions observed on this island are extremely restricted, localized to mountains orExpand
Acoustic indices for biodiversity assessments: Analyses of bias based on simulated bird assemblages and recommendations for field surveys
Abstract Rapid acoustic surveys aim to estimate biodiversity based on the diversity of sounds produced by animal communities, and interest in this approach among conservation planners is increasing.Expand
Correlations between phylogenetic and functional diversity: mathematical artefacts or true ecological and evolutionary processes?
Questions Is phylogenetic diversity (PD) an accurate surrogate for functional diversity (FD)? How are FD:PD correlations affected by the diversity index used, covarying factors and/or the strengthExpand
Temporal and spatial variability of animal sound within a neotropical forest
soundscape ecology aims to use biological, geophysical and anthropogenic sound to understand natural-human landscape dynamics. Expand
Global estimation of animal diversity using automatic acoustic sensors
The estimation of biodiversity can be considered as one of the main challenges in modern biology. When dealing with ecology, evolutionary biology and conservation biology, there is an inescapableExpand
Screening large audio datasets to determine the time and space distribution of Screaming Piha birds in a tropical forest
Acoustic monitoring has proved to be an efficient approach to monitor wildlife, notably in environments with limited visibility, such as tropical rainforests. Expand
Future directions for soundscape ecology: The importance of ornithological contributions
ABSTRACT Building upon the rich legacies of bioacoustics and animal communication, soundscape ecology represents a new perspective through which ecologists can use the acoustic properties ofExpand