Management of acoustic metadata for bioacoustics.
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Roch, Marie A.
Berchok, Catherine L.
Garland, Ellen C.
Hildebrand, John A.
Oleson, Erin M.
Van Parijs, Sofie
Soldevilla, Melissa S.
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Recent expansion in the capabilities of passive acoustic monitoring of sound-producing animals is providing ex- pansive data sets in many locations. These long-term data sets will allow the investigation of questions related to the ecology of sound-producing animals on time scales ranging from diel and seasonal to inter-annual and decad- al. Analyses of these data often span multiple analysts from various research groups over several years of effort and, as a consequence, have begun to generate large amounts of scattered acoustic metadata. It has therefore be- come imperative to standardize the types of metadata being generated. A critical aspect of being able to learn from such large and varied acoustic data sets is providing consistent and transparent access that can enable the integration of various analysis efforts. This is juxtaposed with the need to include new information for specific research questions that evolve over time. Hence, a method is proposed for organ.....
Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)14.a
Essential Ocean Variables (EOV)Marine turtles, birds, mammals abundance and distribution
Spatial CoverageNorth Pacific Ocean
North Atlantic Ocean
CitationRoch, M.A., Batchelor, H., Baumann-Pickering, S., Berchok, C.L., Cholewiak, D., Fujioka, E., Garland, E.C., Herbert, S., Hildebrand, J.A., Oleson, E.M. and Van Parijs, S. (2016) Management of acoustic metadata for bioacoustics. Ecological informatics, 31, pp.122-136. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecoinf.2015.12.002
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