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Eavesdropping on Animals: Autonomous Acoustic Wildlife Surveys - Shared screen with speaker view
milton ribeiro
24:19
Besides birds and frogs, primates and insects are also targets of or new researches within Brazil´s landscapes
Craig Hood
25:55
As bat folks know, ultrasonic recorders are $1000 not $50.
milton ribeiro
27:45
Good point, Craig - Bat´s based studies are much more expensive
Peter Houlihan
01:00:08
Awesome talk, Tessa! Thanks for sharing! Would love for you to participate in the Rainforest XPRIZE. For those interested in applying autonomous survey techniques like this in rainforests, please check out the Rainforest XPRIZE: http://rainforest.xprize.org/The $10 Million Rainforest XPRIZE is a global, five-year competition challenging innovators to develop novel technologies to rapidly and comprehensively survey rainforest biodiversity and use data to deliver new insights that promote the health and conservation of this vital ecosystem.
milton ribeiro
01:00:12
Excellent speech
Vijay Karthick
01:00:17
Great talk, Thanks!
Topher White
01:00:41
Great talk, Tessa
Craig Hood
01:16:05
Thanks all!
Jessica Consiglio
01:26:19
Great presentation Tessa, you answered a lot of my questions about AudioMoth recording units!
Laurel Symes
01:28:06
Thanks Tessa!
Madeline Sanchez
01:28:35
Thank you Tessa! Excellent and helpful presentation!