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1. Re: Anthropophony redux

Subject: 1. Re: Anthropophony redux
From: "Bernie Krause" bigchirp1
Date: Sun Jun 29, 2014 12:47 am ((PDT))
Dear John and Vicki, and all the others who have kindly weighed in on this,=
 thank you for your feedback. I think Shakespeare settled the issue some ce=
nturies ago when he wrote the famous line in Romeo & Juliet: "A rose is a r=
ose by any other name would smell as sweet."

Anthropophonically yrs,

On Jun 28, 2014, at 7:46 PM,  [naturerecordists]=
 <> wrote:

> <I=92d recommend not trying to publish a peer-reviewed science paper in a=
 legit publication with the word, anthrophony, representing human-generated=
> Bernie,
> Not that I have ever written a peer-reviewed paper, but I will now use "a=
nthropophony" when in direct reference to the Soundscape Ecology model that=
 you have been involved with.  It makes good sense in that context, as it f=
its into your triad with biophony and geophony. Otherwise I'd say "anthropo=
genic" is still the word for "human caused" in studies related to nature so=
> John Hartog

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