Sounding out ecoacoustic metrics: avian species richness is predicted by acoustic indices in temperate but not tropical habitats

@inproceedings{Eldridge2018SoundingOE,
  title={Sounding out ecoacoustic metrics: avian species richness is predicted by acoustic indices in temperate but not tropical habitats},
  author={Alice Eldridge and Patrice Guyot and Paola Moscoso and Alison Johnston and Ying Chen Eyre-Walker and Mika Peck},
  year={2018}
}
Abstract Affordable, autonomous recording devices facilitate large scale acoustic monitoring and Rapid Acoustic Survey is emerging as a cost-effective approach to ecological monitoring; the success of the approach rests on the development of computational methods by which biodiversity metrics can be automatically derived from remotely collected audio data. Dozens of indices have been proposed to date, but systematic validation against classical, in situ diversity measures are lacking. This… CONTINUE READING
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