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How to Most Effectively Use Autonomous Recording Units When Data are Processed by Human Histeners

Bayne EM, Knaggs M, Sólymos P DOWNLOAD

This report assesses the most efficient means to maximize the extraction of information from audio recordings via human listening while minimizing listening...

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Alberta Wall-to-Wall Vegetation Layer Including “Backfilled” Vegetation in Human Footprints

ABMI DOWNLOAD

This document describes the wall-to-wall Vegetation Layer created by the ABMI through the amalgamation of existing information on vegetation, habitat and...

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Autonomous Recording Units in Avian Ecological Research: Current Use and Future Applications

Shonfield J and Bayne E VIEW

This paper summarizes the benefits and drawbacks for the use of Autonomous Recording Units (ARUs). It outlines how ARUs allow researchers to store a permanent...

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Experimentally derived detection distances from audio recordings and human observers enable integrated analysis of point count data

Yip D, Leston L, Bayne E, Solymos P, and Grover A VIEW

The study compares the detection distances between human listeners and autonomous recording units (ARUs). The study noted that humans generally could detect...

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Ecological Recovery Monitoring Program (ERMP) for Certified Reclaimed Sites in Alberta: Field Datasheets for Cultivated Land Wellsites

Ecological Recovery Monitoring Project Advisory Group DOWNLOAD

This is one of three field datasheet reports, prepared under Task 2. Develop a Science-Based, Practical Protocol for the Long-Term Monitoring Program....

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Ecological Recovery Monitoring Program (ERMP) for Certified Reclaimed Sites in Alberta: Field Datasheets for Forested Land Wellsites

Ecological Recovery Monitoring Project Advisory Group DOWNLOAD

This is one of three field datasheet reports, prepared under Task 2. Develop a Science-Based, Practical Protocol for the Long-Term Monitoring Program....

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Ecological Recovery Monitoring Program (ERMP) for Certified Reclaimed Sites in Alberta: Field Datasheets for Grassland Wellsites

Ecological Recovery Monitoring Project Advisory Group DOWNLOAD

This is one of three field datasheet reports, prepared under Task 2. Develop a Science-Based, Practical Protocol for the Long-Term Monitoring Program....

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Ecological Recovery Monitoring Program (ERMP) for Certified Reclaimed Sites in Alberta: Monitoring Protocols for Cultivated Land Wellsites

Ecological Recovery Monitoring Project Advisory Group DOWNLOAD

This report was prepared under Task 2. Develop a Science-Based, Practical Protocol for the Long-Term Monitoring Program. This is one of three monitoring...

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Ecological Recovery Monitoring Program (ERMP) for Certified Reclaimed Sites in Alberta: Monitoring Protocols for Forested Land Wellsites

Ecological Recovery Monitoring Project Advisory Group DOWNLOAD

This report was prepared under Task 2. Develop a Science-Based, Practical Protocol for the Long-Term Monitoring Program. This is one of three monitoring...

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Ecological Recovery Monitoring Program (ERMP) for Certified Reclaimed Sites in Alberta: Monitoring Protocols for Grassland Wellsites

Ecological Recovery Monitoring Project Advisory Group DOWNLOAD

This report was prepared under Task 2. Develop a Science-Based, Practical Protocol for the Long-Term Monitoring Program. This is one of three monitoring...

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Ecological Recovery Monitoring Program (ERMP) for Certified Reclaimed Sites in Alberta: Specialized Monitoring Protocols

Ecological Recovery Monitoring Project Advisory Group DOWNLOAD

This report was prepared under Task 2. Develop a Science-Based, Practical Protocol for the Long-Term Monitoring Program. Other reports published under...

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Habitat Selection at Different Scales for a Declining Aerial Insectivorous Bird as Determined by Autonomous Recording Technology

Knight EC and Bayne EM DOWNLOAD

This report demonstrates how bioacoustic technology can be used to fill data gaps for rare and/or nocturnal species using the Common Nighthawk as a case...

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Rusty Blackbird (Euphagus carolinus) population and distribution data in the Athabasca and Cold Lake Oil Sands region of Alberta using Automated Recording Units (ARUs)

Nordell C and Bayne E DOWNLOAD

This Bioacoustic Unit report summarizes detections of the Rusty Blackbird, a species of Special Concern, in the oil sands region with the deployment of...

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Use of Bioacoustic Technology to Evaluate Habitat Use and Road Effects on Two Anuran Amphibians in the Boreal Region of Northeastern Alberta

Annich, N DOWNLOAD

Two chapter thesis evaluating habitat use and disturbance effects on the Canadian Toad and Boreal Chorus Frog

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