Recently I have become heavily involved in an exciting new project with the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) MQUTeR Sensor Analysis Team collecting acoustic data for environmental monitoring. Sound is collected using either our acoustic sensor network, or via recorders. We then analyze the audio using actual sound and sonograms and try and identify what creatures we have ‘captured’. Since 2010 we have studied many of hours of data and recorded hundreds of species of fauna. Part of the purpose of this site is to showcase this work and involve the general community in identifying ‘difficult’ sounds. Eventually it is hoped that this will all be incorporated into the MQUTeR site.
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