Perspective and Promise : a Century of Insect Acoustic Detection and Monitoring

@inproceedings{Mankin2011PerspectiveAP,
  title={Perspective and Promise : a Century of Insect Acoustic Detection and Monitoring},
  author={Richard W. Mankin and David W. Hagstrum and Mark T. Smith and Amy Roda and Moses T. K. Kairo},
  year={2011}
}
Acoustic devices provide nondestructive, remote, automated detection, and monitoring of hidden insect infestations for pest managers, regulators, and researchers. In recent decades, acoustic devices of various kinds have been marketed for field use, and instrumented sample containers in sound-insulated chambers have been developed for commodity inspection. The efficacy of acoustic devices in detecting cryptic insects, estimating population density, and mapping distributions depends on many… CONTINUE READING
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