|Subject:||New publication on seismic monitoring of elephants|
|From:||Michael Reinwald <>|
|Date:||Wed, 14 Jul 2021 12:27:46 +0000|
We are pleased to share our latest open-source publication "Seismic localization of elephant rumbles as a monitoring approach" with you.
We believe it is of relevance to biologists and conservationists in the Bioacoustics community as it highlights a new branch of monitoring using seismic waves, which could complement acoustic monitoring.
University of Oxford
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