Acoustic indices for biodiversity assessments: Analyses of bias based on simulated bird assemblages and recommendations for field surveys

@article{Gasc2015AcousticIF,
  title={Acoustic indices for biodiversity assessments: Analyses of bias based on simulated bird assemblages and recommendations for field surveys},
  author={A. Gasc and S. Pavoine and L. Lellouch and P. Grandcolas and J. Sueur},
  journal={Biological Conservation},
  year={2015},
  volume={191},
  pages={306-312}
}
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. [...] Key Method To evaluate how measures of acoustic diversity may depart from actual species richness, we selected seven acoustic indices and applied them to simulated recordings of bird assemblages under different field conditions.Expand

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