The journal Ecological Research has recently published an article covering the new opportunities for ecological monitoring. The article titled: “Listening to ecosystems: data-rich acoustic monitoring through landscape-scale sensor networks”, provides phenomenal insights on the use of newly-initiated acoustic monitoring networks to collect data from ecosystems and use these space-time data to better understand ecosystem dynamics. The team’s insights highlight the potential utility of remote acoustic monitoring practices that, in combination with other methods can provide a holistic picture of biodiversity.
Ecological Research volume 33, pages 135–147 (2018)
Ross, S.R.P.J., Friedman, N.R., Dudley, K.L. et al. Listening to ecosystems: data-rich acoustic monitoring through landscape-scale sensor networks. Ecol Res 33, 135–147 (2018). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11284-017-1509-5
Issue Date: January 2018