Measurement artefacts lead to false positives in the study of birdsong in noise

@article{Brumm2017MeasurementAL,
  title={Measurement artefacts lead to false positives in the study of birdsong in noise},
  author={H. Brumm and S. Zollinger and Petri T Niemel{\"a} and P. Sprau},
  journal={Methods in Ecology and Evolution},
  year={2017},
  volume={8},
  pages={1617-1625}
}
Summary Numerous studies over the past decade have reported correlations between elevated levels of anthropogenic noise and a rise in the minimum frequency of acoustic signals of animals living in noisy habitats. This pattern appears to be occurring globally, and higher pitched signals have been hypothesized to be adaptive changes that reduce masking by low-frequency traffic noise. However, the sound analysis methods most often used in these studies are prone to measurement errors that can… Expand
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