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SEEWAVE, A FREE MODULAR TOOL FOR SOUND ANALYSIS AND SYNTHESIS
This work reviews Seewave, new software for analysing and synthesizing sounds, which works on a wide variety of operating systems as an extension of the R operating environment and is fully modular.
Rapid Acoustic Survey for Biodiversity Appraisal
- J. Sueur, S. Pavoine, Olivier Hamerlynck, Stéphanie Duvail
- Environmental SciencePloS one
- 30 December 2008
This work proposes to forego species or morphospecies identification used by ATBI and RBA but rather to tackle the problem at another evolutionary unit, the community level, and proposes that a part of diversity can be estimated and compared through a rapid acoustic analysis of the sound produced by animal communities.
Monitoring animal diversity using acoustic indices: Implementation in a temperate woodland
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 rue…
Ecoacoustics: the Ecological Investigation and Interpretation of Environmental Sound
The contours of ecoacoustics are drawn by detailing: the main theories, concepts and methods used in ecoacoustic research, and the numerous outcomes that can be expected from the ecological approach to sound.
Assessing biodiversity with sound: Do acoustic diversity indices reflect phylogenetic and functional diversities of bird communities?
Acoustic indices for biodiversity assessments: Analyses of bias based on simulated bird assemblages and recommendations for field surveys
Biodiversity Sampling Using a Global Acoustic Approach: Contrasting Sites with Microendemics in New Caledonia
The hypothesis that global acoustic analyses can detect acoustic differences between sites with similar species richness and similar ecological context, but with different species assemblages is supported.
Cicada acoustic communication: potential sound partitioning in a multispecies community from Mexico (Hemiptera: Cicadomorpha: Cicadidae)
- J. Sueur
- 1 March 2002
In a fragment of a Mexican rainforest, a cicada community at the end of the dry season consisting of nine species, seven of the nine species formed dense choruses at dawn and at dusk and each species showed preferences in the height of calling sites.