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Audiomoth online conference

For the first time ever, you can join an online conference dedicated to the little green bioacoustics device known as Audiomoth.

This device has, since its development, been used on a whole range of taxa. This online conference is a showcase of some of the work that's been conducted using Audiomoth (or its sibling, Hydromoth). Over the course of five sessions, we will cover its use for the study of a range of different taxa as well as dive into the worlds of machine learning to help you deal with all these files! No conference on Audiomoth would be complete without a word from the developers so we'll be hearing from them as well.

What you'll get: five sessions that you can attend live on Zoom or catch up on with recordings available in your student library available at www.batacoustics.com/library

Monday 28th Nov:

  • Soundscapes of Jamaica (birds, insects and frogs). (Damion Whyte)
  • Eavesdropping on nature - how acoustic monitoring can help us conserve species and habitats in the Carribean (Marconi Campos-Cerqueira)

Tuesday 29th Nov:

  • Bats as bioindicators of forests' structure and maturity: the value of passive acoustic surveys (Adria Ortega)
  • Developing Audiomoth, an open-source bioacoustics recorder (Alex Rogers)

Wednesday 30th Nov:

  • Tradeoffs in sound quality and costs for passive acoustic devices (Clarissa Starbuck)
  • Using Audiomoths to study bird population reponses to forest restoration (Tessa Rhinehart)

Thursday 1st Dec:

  • Unlocking the soundscape of coral reefs with the Hydromoth recorder (Ben Williams)
  • Audiomoth and the Pond Acoustic Sampling Scheme (Carlos Abrahams)

Friday 2nd Dec:

  • Lessons learned while listening for Lemurs (Carly Batist)
  • Hunting in tropical forests (Lydia Katsis)

The conference will be held during the week of the 28th of November. All sessions will happen live, on Zoom from 19:30GMT until 21:00GMT. Recordings will be made available to ticket holders shortly after the conference ends. The schedule is still subject to potential changes but the themes of the sessions are confirmed.

With the support of GroupGets, partners of the Audiomoth project since its launch in 2017.

If you are interested in this conference but have difficulties covering the fee for whatever reason, feel free to reach out for a chat at info[@]barbastellaechology{dot}com.