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Ecoacoustics investigates natural and anthropogenic sounds and their relationship with the environment. It is a powerful tool for biodiversity monitoring, management and conservation and also with regards to the global climate change issue. This study, based on data collected in 2017, describes...
Anthropogenic sound disrupts animal communication, but little research has both quantified how this disruption changes the soundscape and connected these changes to shifts in avian behaviour. We examined the effects of anthropogenic sound on soundscapes and avian vocalisation and flight...
Tallgrass prairies are rapidly vanishing biodiversity hotspots for native species, yet little is known about the spatio-temporal variation of prairie soundscapes and how they relate to grassland biological communities. Using an ecoacoustic approach to examine the relationship between a southern...
Shifts in soundscapes often reflect diurnal patterns. In 2017 a total solar eclipse occurred in the US, resulting in a period of 3 h with the sun partially covered by the moon and 2 min of total darkness. We hypothesised this would create yet unmeasured and novel changes in different biophonic...
The species–area relationship is well documented across species in multiple ecosystems, and as such is widely accepted as one of ecology’s key patterns. Although acoustic diversity has generally been correlated with species richness, the response of acoustic diversity to habitat size is unknown....
The rapid increase of transportation infrastructure during the recent decades has caused a number of effects on bird species, including collision mortality, habitat loss, fragmentation and noise. This paper investigates the effects of traffic noise and road-induced fragmentation on breeding bird...
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