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The importance of acoustic background modelling in CNN-based detection of the Neotropical White-lored Spinetail (Aves, Passeriformes, Furnaridae) Thiago M. Ventura, Todor D. Ganchev, Cristian Pérez-Granados, Allan G. de Oliveira, Gabriel de S. G. Pedroso, Marinez I. Marques & Karl-L. Schuchmann 2024 2
Field tests of small autonomous recording units: an evaluation of in-person versus automated point counts and a comparison of recording quality 2024 2
Efficient quality assurance and quality control for passive acoustic monitoring data: reducing and documenting false-positive and false-negative errors Janine M. McManus, Barry G. Robinson & Steven L. Van Wilgenburg 2024 2
Combining audio and non-audio inputs in evolved neural networks for ovenbird classification Sergio Poo Hernandez, Vadim Bulitko & Erin Bayne In press
Parselmouth for bioacoustics: automated acoustic analysis in Python Yannick Jadoul, Bart de Boer & Andrea Ravignani 2024 1 1-19
Using Songs To Identify Individual Mexican Antthrush Formicarius moniliger: Comparison of Four Classification Methods Alexander N. G. Kirschel, Dent A. Earl, Yuan Yao, Ivan A. Escobar, Erika Vilches, Edgar E. Vallejo & Charles E. Taylor 2009 1-2 1-20
Automated bat call classification using deep convolutional neural networks E. Schwab, S. Pogrebnoj, M. Freund, F. Flossmann, S. Vogl & K.-H. Frommolt 2023 1 1-16
A field test of the accuracy of a passive acoustic location system J. L. Bower & C. W. Clark 2005 1 1-14
An automatic acoustic response system for behavioural studies of duetting insects T. J. Hammond, W. J. Bailey & G. R. Hammond 2003 1 3-14
Towards an Automated Acoustic Detection System for Free-ranging Elephants Matthias Zeppelzauer, Sean Hensman, Angela S. Stoeger 2015 1 13-29
Crowd intelligence can discern between repertoires of killer whale ecotypes Anastasya Yu. Danishevskaya, Olga A. Filatova, Filipa I P. Samarra, Patrick J O. Miller, John K B Ford, Harald Yurk, Craig O. Matkin & Erich Hoyt 2020 1 15-27
Minidisc recorders versus audiocassette recorders: a performance comparison D. M. Logue, D. E. Gammon & M. C. Baker 2005 1 15-33
Unsupervised discrimination of male Tawny owls (Strix aluco) individual calls using robust measurements of the acoustic signal Daniele Roccazzello, Orlando Tomassini, Elena Bernardini, Alessandro Massolo, Marco Dragonetti & Dimitri Giunchi 2024 1 20-40
Techniques for studying the spatio-temporal distribution of animal vocalizations in tropical wet forest Hammer, Ø. & Barrett, N. 2001 1 21-35
One-Year Characterization of Sea Ambient Noise in a Coastal Marine Protected Area: a Management Tool for Inshore Marine Protected Areas Antonio Codarin, Maurizio Spoto and Marta Picciulin 2008 1-3 24-26
Classification algorithms for species identification in noisy environments [abstract] I. Agranat 2012 1 25
Vocalizations of the Ryukyu Scops Owl: individually recognisable and stable Masaoki Takagi 2020 1 28-44
The Song Overlap Null model Generator (SONG): a new tool for distinguishing between random and non-random song overlap Masco, Christina; Allesina, Stefano; Mennill, Daniel; Pruett-Jones, Stephen 2016 1 29-40
A comparison of the performance of broad-band and narrow-band bat detectors in two different habitat types S. Parsons 1996 1 33-43
Bioacoustic monitoring of nocturnal birds in wetland areas [abstract] Frommolt, K-H & Tauchert, K-H 2012 1 34
Individual acoustic identification as a non-invasive conservation tool: an approach to the conservation of the African wild dog Lycaon pictus (Temminck, 1820) S. Hartwig 2005 1 35-50
An automatic system for detecting and classifying the vocalisations of harbour porpoises Gillespie, D. & Chappell, O. 2002 1 37-61
Improved measurement algorithms for primate vocal communication research, with application to Lemur catta [abstract] Janzen, R E & Bolt, L M 2012 1 38-39
Improving individual identification in captive Eastern Grey Wolves (Canis lupus lycaon) using the time course of howl amplitudes Holly Root-Gutteridge, Martin Bencsik, Manfred Chebli, Louise K. Gentle, Christopher Terrell-Nield, Alexandra Bourit and Richard W. Yarnell 2014 1 39-53
CARACAL: A versatile passive acoustic monitoring tool for wildlife research and conservation Matthew Wijers, Andrew Loveridge, David W. Macdonald & Andrew Markham 2021 1 41-57
Sound analysis and synthesis using an Amiga micro-computer Richard, J.-P. 1991 1 45-60
Acoustic monitoring of populations at thermal extremes of midwife toads in Iberia: phenology, chorus recruitment, and relation with temperature [abstract] Llusia, D , Márquez, R , Arias, A , Pérez, M , Beltrán, J F , Benítez, M , Amaral, J P , Oliveira, J O & Castro, M J 2012 1 45
Bloodhound, a tool based on the chirplet transform for the analysis of wolf chorus howls recordings [abstract] Palacios, V., Llaneza, L., Dugnol, B., Fernández, C., Galiano, G., Velasco, J . 2012 1 50
Call-independent individual identification in birds E. J.S. Fox, J. D. Roberts & M. Bennamoun 2008 1 51-67
A simple method for recording low-amplitude sounds: application to the study of the courtship song of the fruit fly Drosophila melanogaster T. Aubin, F. Rybak & B. Moulin 2000 1 51-67
Automatic recognition of bird individuals on an open set using as-is recordings Ladislav Ptacek, Lukas Machlica, Pavel Linhart, Pavel Jaska & Ludek Muller 2016 1 55-73
Identifying individual wild Eastern grey wolves (Canis lupus lycaon) using fundamental frequency and amplitude of howls Holly Root-Gutteridge, Martin Bencsik, Manfred Chebli, Louise K. Gentle, Christopher Terrell-Nield, Alexandra Bourit and Richard W. Yarnell 2014 1 55-66
'Sense and Census ability'- Reliability of psychoacoustic sampling as a method to monitor cricket species diversity [abstract] Swati, D; Manjari, J; Balakrishnan, R. 2012 1 57
Optimizing models of dolphin auditory sensitivity using evolutionary computation Houser, D.S., Helweg, D.A., Moore, P.W.B. & Chellapilla, K. 2001 1 57-78
My experience of digital recording Gibson, D. 1988 1 57-60
Steps towards bioacoustic data mining [abstract] Taylor, A. 2012 1 57-58
The soundscape of Arctic charr spawning grounds in lotic and lentic environments: can Passive Acoustic Monitoring be used to detect spawning activities? Marta Bolgan, Joanne O’Brien, Emilia Chorazyczewska, Ian J. Winfield, Peter McCullough & Martin Gammell 2018 1 57-85
Assessing the effect of sound file compression and background noise on measures of acoustic signal structure Marcelo Araya-Salas, Grace Smith-Vidaurre & Michael Webster 2019 1 57-73
Tradeoffs in sound quality and cost for passive acoustic devices Clarissa A. Starbuck, Logan M. DeSchepper, Meredith L. Hoggatt & Joy M. O’Keefe 2024 1 58-73
Tests for Call Restoration in the Gray Treefrog Hyla versicolor Joshua J. Schwartz, Kenneth Huth, Sherryll H. Jones, Robert Brown, Jacqueline Marks & Xiaoliang Yang 2010 1 59-86
Some Features of Time-Frequency Analysis and Representation of Animal Vocalizations [abstract] T. Aubin 1992 1 59-60
Comparing repertoires of sperm whale codas: a multiple methods approach L. E. Rendell & H. Whitehead 2003 1 61-81
Automatic acoustic identification of shrew species in the field – new potential monitoring techniques [abstract] Zsebok, S; Czabán, D; Farkas, J 2012 1 62-63
Song Dialects in the Yellowhammer Emberiza citrinella: Current Situation of Research in Central Europe, and Heart Rate Response to Song Playback Measured by Means of Radiotelemetry [abstract] H.-W. Helb 1992 1 63
A Portable PC-Based DSP Workstation for Bioacoustical Research [abstract] G. Pavan 1992 1 65-66
Characterization and classification method of burst pulses produced by Guiana dolphins (Sotalia guianensis) Mariana Barbosa, Lis Bittencourt, Tatiana Lemos Bisi, José Lailson-Brito & Alexandre F. Azevedo 2022 1 69-80
Stridulatory organs of Mutillid wasps (Hymenoptera) [abstract] Gunther Tschuch 1994 1 71
Recent Bioacoustical Publications (1997 and earlier). Part II: Mammals-General Hansen, P. 1999 1 73-95
Audio data compression affects acoustic indices and reduces detections of birds by human listening and automated recognisers Alexander G. MacPhail, Daniel A. Yip, Elly C. Knight, Richard Hedley, Michelle Knaggs, Julia Shonfield, Emily Upham-Mills & Erin M. Bayne 2024 1 74-90
Using playbacks to monitor and investigate the behaviour of wild maned wolves Luane Stamatto Ferreira, Júlia Simões Damo, Victor Sábato, Júlio Ernesto Baumgarten, Flávio Henrique Guimarães Rodrigues & Renata Sousa-Lima 2021 1 74-92

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