Amazon Forest Soundscapes Affected by Fire and Logging
Published: 7 April 2022| Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/yyvsykfrdj.1
Passive sound recorders were installed at the center of each degraded forest site to record one minute of sound every five minutes over 2-8 days during September-October 2016, totaling over 1100 hours of data. Sound detections were aggregated into three-dimensional soundscapes (site-level daily summaries of acoustic space used by the animal community) by binning signal detections into ‘acoustic niches’ defined by frequency (bin size: 83.13 Hz) and time.
University of Maryland at College Park
Ecology, Remote Sensing, Earth Observation System, Fire Degradation, Forest, Land Use