Assessing biodiversity with sound: Do acoustic diversity indices reflect phylogenetic and functional diversities of bird communities?

@article{Gasc2013AssessingBW,
  title={Assessing biodiversity with sound: Do acoustic diversity indices reflect phylogenetic and functional diversities of bird communities?},
  author={A. Gasc and J. Sueur and F. Jiguet and V. Devictor and P. Grandcolas and C. Burrow and Marion Depraetere and S. Pavoine},
  journal={Ecological Indicators},
  year={2013},
  volume={25},
  pages={279-287}
}
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-, or functional-trait diversity of species assemblages. Because these metrics are not always correlated with each other, they have to be considered separately. A descriptor of animal diversity based on the diversity of sounds produced by animal communities, named here the Community Acoustic Diversity… Expand
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