Forest Soundscapes Monitor Conservation Efforts Inexpensively, Effectively

Jan. 8, 2019

Recordings of the sounds in tropical forests could unlock secrets about biodiversity and aid conservation efforts around the world, according to a perspective paper published in Science.

Zuzana Burivalova, a postdoctoral research fellow in Professor David Wilcove’s lab, has been undertaking cutting-edge research on this topic. She co-authored the paper with Edward Game (The Nature Conservancy and University of Queensland) and Rhett Butler (environmental news outlet Mongabay). Read more about Zuzana's work on the Princeton School of Public and International Affairs' Research Briefs.

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