Using soundscapes to detect variable degrees of human influence on tropical forests in Papua New Guinea.

@article{Burivalova2017UsingST,
  title={Using soundscapes to detect variable degrees of human influence on tropical forests in Papua New Guinea.},
  author={Zuzana Burivalova and Michael W. Towsey and Tim Boucher and Anthony Truskinger and Cosmas Apelis and Paul Roe and Edward T. Game},
  journal={Conservation biology : the journal of the Society for Conservation Biology},
  year={2017},
  volume={32 1},
  pages={
          205-215
        }
}
There is global concern about tropical forest degradation, in part, because of the associated loss of biodiversity. Communities and indigenous people play a fundamental role in tropical forest management and are often efficient at preventing forest degradation. However, monitoring changes in biodiversity due to degradation, especially at a scale appropriate to local tropical forest management, is plagued by difficulties, including the need for expert training, inconsistencies across observers… CONTINUE READING
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