Ecology of Sensing

@inproceedings{Barth2001EcologyOS,
  title={Ecology of Sensing},
  author={Friedrich G. Barth and Axel. Schmid},
  booktitle={Springer Berlin Heidelberg},
  year={2001}
}
General Aspects.- Sound and Hearing.- Medium Flow and Vibrations.- Light and Vision.- Odor and Chemoreception.- Hygro- and Thermoreception.- Magnetic Field and Electroreception 

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