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Re: An interactive Google map of LIVE Wild Soundscape feeds all over

Subject: Re: An interactive Google map of LIVE Wild Soundscape feeds all over
From: bobjoebonobobob
Date: Sun Jun 15, 2014 8:24 pm ((PDT))
Great question, Peter Shute!=0D
A live feed could be accessed by anyone at any time, much like live video c=
ameras monitor endangered species, and recordings could be compiled annuall=
y by local databases/harddrives, likely housed in municipal buildings or th=
e like - in doing so, we would have sonic data, easily displayed on screen =
or even paper to prove our point:=0D
 "At such and such a time there is too much noise (surpassing an agreed upo=
n decibel meter) from such and such activities (say, logging) in this area,=
 within the audible range of these specific habitats & animals (I usually g=
o with SONGBIRDS - even the meanest people I know seem to have a cosmologic=
al reverence for these musical creatures) - just look at the audible graphi=
cs compared to last year; hence we need improved logging methods, better ma=
chinery etc." =0D
That way, we can improve the soundscape by incrementally lowering the desir=
ed decibel goal of Anthrophony each year until it is ZERO.=0D
Curtis Mullin

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