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Workshop announcement: Introduction to Sound Analysis Techniques

Subject: Workshop announcement: Introduction to Sound Analysis Techniques
From: Dave Mellinger <>
Date: Fri, 15 Feb 2008 09:33:34 -0800
This is forwarded from Russ Charif, 

The Bioacoustics Research Program at the Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology, 
Ithaca, NY will be offering a Sound Analysis Workshop from 17 to 21 March 2008 

The course aims to provide a basic practical understanding of spectrographic 
analysis along with an introduction to a variety of techniques used in sound 
analysis, and an introduction to applications of such techniques in biological 
research. We will focus primarily on the use of Raven and XBAT (software 
programs developed at BRP) for two types of bioacoustics research:

a)  Large-scale monitoring programs using recordings that may span many months, 
where the aim generally centers on counting and/or locating vocalizations.
b)  Detailed analysis of selected calls, for instance investigating differences 
in vocalizations among individuals of a species.

The maximum number of participants is 10. There are still at least 6 places 
available. The cost is $1,300, which covers tuition, course materials and 
lunches (all other expenses - travel, lodging, other meals etc are the 
participant's responsibility).

Please see attached pdf, or follow this link for further information:

For more information, contact Kevin White  
<>, Tel. 607-254-2438

Russell A. Charif         
Bioacoustics Research Program                       Ph:  607-254-2458
Cornell Lab of Ornithology                          Fx:  607-254-2460
159 Sapsucker Woods Rd.
Ithaca, NY  14850

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