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Subject: Low Frequency Analysis Website
From: Erin King <>
Date: Wed, 02 Jun 2004 08:35:36 -0700
low frequency range of vocalizations in the mantled howler monkey, Alouatta
 palliata. I'm pretty new at sound analysis, but I have managed to post some
 preliminary results on the web. The link to the website is:
 <a  href=""; 
 There you will find four different recording segments that have been analyzed
 using different criteria. Because I used different criteria, I have ended up
 with some varied results that I'm not sure how to interpret. I apologize in
 advance if some of my terminology is vague or downright incorrect, but this is
 a big learning process for me. Anyway, if you wouldn't mind taking a quick
 look, that would be stellar...and please feel free to forward the site to
 anyone else that may have the time or interest. Thanks Much!
 Erin King
 Graduate Student
 Museum and Field Studies-Zoology
 University of Colorado
 UCB 265
 Boulder, CO 80309

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