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(FR) Small mammals and bio-acoustics

Observing nature through the lens of sound opens up unsuspected possibilities for proving the presence of organisms, both vertebrate and invertebrate!

Bio-acoustics is a rapidly developing discipline in biology, but not a particularly new one. For as long as recorders have existed, scientists have been studying the sounds emitted by animals and trying to determine their functions. That said, in recent years, a number of technological evolutions have opened up new dimensions to bioacoustics, making this science considerably more popular.

This article in Carnet des Espaces Naturels explores the different facets of this exciting science: new innovations, data acquisition, analysis and storage, etc.

Les micromammiferes et la bioacoustique