BfN Schriften 234 - Computational bioacoustics for assessing biodiversity
From December 7 through 10, 2007, an international expert meeting on IT-based detection of bioacoustic patterns was held at the facilities of the International Academy for Nature Conservation on the Isle of Vilm in the Baltic Sea.
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This publication contains expanded versions of the talks given during the meeting, giving an impression of the problems and methods in the field of algorithmic bioacoustics from scientists from Australia, the USA, Italy, Spain, Finland, Switzerland, the UK, the Netherlands and Germany. The articles cover a wide variety of animal species from insects and frogs to birds, from whales to bats. Monitoring locations reach from the densely populated centre of Europe to the out-backs of Australia, from the Mediterranean Sea to Antarctica.