|Subject:||[Bioacoustic-monitoring] italian bioacoustic network|
|From:||Gianni Pavan <>|
|Date:||Wed, 27 Feb 2013 10:54:16 +0100|
in Italy we are trying to create a network of people (amateurs, professionals, academics) interested and directly involved in bioacoustics and sound recordings. This message is primarily addressed at the italian readers to solicit them to visit the very initial webpage http://www.unipv.it/cibra/res_rete_ita.html where we are hoping to show the italian activities. On the page there is a link to a online survey to create a list of people interested in bioacoustics and/or owning nature sound recordings.
The goal is to know who is working or has worked in this fascinating field and to possibly connect all them in a network to be more visible and to hopefully develop a coordinated strategy to document and study the nature sounds and soundscapes of Italy.
I sincerely hope that italian readers will show up and contribute to the network !
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