bioacoustics

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bi·o·a·cous·tics

(bī'ō-ă-kūs'tiks),
The science dealing with the effects of sound fields or mechanical vibrations on living organisms.

bioacoustics

(bī′ō-ə-ko͞o′stĭks)
n. (used with a sing. verb)
The study of sounds produced by and affecting living organisms, especially those sounds involved in communication.

bioacoustics

The study of the production and reception of sounds by animals, and the physical and behavioural effects induced by sounds.

bi·o·a·cous·tics

(bī'ō-ă-kūs'tiks)
The science dealing with the effects of sound or vibration on living organisms.

bioacoustics

the science dealing with the communicating sounds made by animals.
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Within this context, a tool to identify bioacoustics of birds from the Bogota wetlands could help in the conservation of these endangered strategic ecosystems, given that the wetlands are currently considered the ecosystems with the highest risk of disappearing in Colombia [10].
Brandes, "Feature vector selection and use with hidden Markov models to identify frequency-modulated bioacoustic signals amidst noise," IEEE Transactions on Audio, Speech, and Language Processing, vol.
The water frogs of Greece- bioacoustic evidence for a new species.
A compact digital recording system for autonomous bioacoustic monitoring.
Research efforts at the Institute of BioAcoustic Biology often evaluate clients who exhibit gluten sensitivity along with myriad associated diseases.
CSIRO has been developing a bioacoustic network system that enables city-based researchers to monitor wildlife in remote areas from their desktop, with the help of local communities.
Furthermore, we lack a phylogenetic hypothesis that includes all species of the picta group; thus, we cannot map the bioacoustic traits onto a phylogenetic hypothesis of the group in order to assess any evolutionary trend.
A company called BioAcoustic Research and Development has developed four music CDs meant to calm anxious dogs, including one just for driving with dogs.
As a leading authority in bioacoustic bird dispersal, the company continues to impress airport operators across the globe.
Effective bioacoustic analysis, especially on a large scale, requires multiple continuous recordings of animals producing a range of vocalizations.