The use of Passive Acoustic Monitoring in biodiversity surveys (BUTLERUBIO19ARIES)
Dr S Butler, Dr I Barr
8 January 2019
Passive acoustic monitoring (PAM) is increasingly used both to monitor rare and/or nocturnal species that are often undetectable with traditional active monitoring approaches and to draw inference on biodiversity health and community structure from the characteristics of the composite soundscape.
How does urbanisation shape biodiversity? Integrating spatial and temporal dimensions
Institute of Biodiversity, Animal Health and Comparative Medicine
Dr D Dominoni, Dr R Mancy, Dr S Spatharis, Prof J Matthiopoulos
18 January 2019
Urbanisation is one of the most pervasive forms of habitat change. More than half of the world’s human population now resides in urban areas, and urban land cover is projected to triple between 2000 and 2030.