TSM112 : Mapping Bioacoustic Signatures
In today’s monologue I give you an update on my health and treatment, an overview of the subject of terrestrial bioacoustics and an outline of a PhD I’m considering doing next year in mapping bioacoustic signatures around Australia. Bioacoustsics is a science that combines acoustics and biology. The particular aspect I’m interested in is capturing the telltale signatures of specific ecosystems (natural and man made) and looking at how they change through the day and over the seasons, the impact of human activity upon them and what this can teach us about how biodiversity waxes and wanes in response to human interference.
Today’s monologue has a little wind coming through in the first half but the rest of it is wind free.
It’s been a while since I’ve made one of these, so forgive me if I waffle on a little more than usual. It will probably take 3 or 4 monologues until I feel comfortable doing this again.
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Posted on April 5, 2017, in Bioacoustics, Biodiversity Loss and tagged Australia, Bernie Krause, Bioacoustics, biodiversity, biodiversity loss, conservation, nature, nature conservation, wild life conservation. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.