I forgot to mention yesterday, Michael, that all of the natural
soundscape recordings we've made
over the past 7 years have been calibrated and done to a pretty
strict field protocol so that
the methodology could be replicated over time to check for changes in
creature density, diversity
and richness at each site. This includes the work we've been
commissioned to do for the National Parks (Sequoia,
Katmai, Yosemite, Yellowstone, and Kelso), the Galapagos, and the
Arctic Nat. Wildlife Refuge, as well as the work we've
done on our own regionally and locally.
On Dec 27, 2007, at 6:10 PM, Michael Raphael wrote:
> That is great Bernie. I'll be tuning in!
> I don't think it is the only soundscape though . . . I know that
> Christopher Watson spent a great deal of time there about a year ago,
> and did some hydrophone recordings there as well.
> Ira is great, btw. Enjoy it!!!!!!
> On Dec 27, 2007, at 6:10 PM, Bernie Krause wrote:
> > Hi folks,
> > This is a heads up that I've been invited to speak about the
> power of
> > soundscapes tomorrow on Ira Flato's NPR program, Science Friday, the
> > first hour. Also about the first (and apparently only) soundscape
> > recording of the Galapagos and other places such as the Arctic
> > National Wildlife Refuge (w/ Martyn Stewart and Kevin Colver). Check
> > it out.
> > Bernie Krause
> > Wild Sanctuary
> > POB 536
> > Glen Ellen, CA 95442
> > 707-996-6677
> > http://www.wildsanctuary.com
> > Google Earth zooms: Earth.WildSanctuary.com
Glen Ellen, CA 95442
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