Acoustic localization of antbirds in a Mexican rainforest using a wireless sensor network.

  title={Acoustic localization of antbirds in a Mexican rainforest using a wireless sensor network.},
  author={Travis C. Collier and Alexander N. G. Kirschel and Charles E. Taylor},
  journal={The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America},
  volume={128 1},
Acoustic localization is a promising method to passively observe vocal animal species, but remains difficult and time consuming to employ. To reduce the labor intensity and impact of deployment, an acoustic localization system has been developed consisting of battery powered wireless sensor nodes. The system also has the ability to perform an acoustic self-survey, which compares favorably in accuracy to global positioning system survey methods, especially in environments such as forest. The… CONTINUE READING
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