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Biased detection of bird vocalizations affects comparisons of bird abundance among forested habitats
In this study, we present a methodology that identifies acoustic units in Gunnison's prairie dog alarm calls and then uses those units to classify the alarm calls and bouts according to the species of predator that was present when the calls were vocalized. While traditional methods measure specific acoustic parameters in order to describe a vocalization, our method uses the variation in the internal structure of a vocalization to define possible information structures. Using a simple representation similar to that used in human speech to identify vowel sounds, a software system was developed that uses this representation to recognize acoustic units in prairie dog alarm calls. These acoustic units are then used...
Is There a Sound Reception Window in Coastal Environments? Evidence from Shorebird Communication Systems
Auditory perception following hair cell regeneration in European starling (Sturnus vulgaris): Frequency and temporal resolution
Lesions of the anterior forebrain song control pathway in female canaries affect song perception in an operant task
Coral-reef sounds enable nocturnal navigation by some reef-fish larvae in some places and at some times
Discrimination among natural and altered motifs of the song of the zebra finch (Taeniopygia guttata): A comparative study