Animal Communication Project
Dedicated to the science of communication between animals. Covers many branches of the animal kingdom with links to both past and present research projects.
Information from Wikipedia on this cross-disciplinary science which combines biology with acoustics. It involves the investigation of the sounds produced by animals, their dispersal, reception and use.
This international journal, devoted to the study of animal sounds, publishes original research and review articles. There are also links to other relevant sites.
Bioacoustics Research Program
A unit in the Cornell Lab of Ornithology, developing recording equipment, software, and algorithms to study animal communication and to monitor wildlife populations. Information about their research, products, and publications.
Bird and Mammal Communication Group
Two research groups at the School of Biology, St. Andrews University, whose interests cover acoustic communication in birds and mammals. Information about their studies, staff, and publications.
Fauna Communications Research
Institute that researches bioacoustics and animal communication, especially of endangered species.
Interdisciplinary Center for Bioacoustics
CIBRA provides extensive links to other sites on underwater bioacoustics and marine mammals, general bioacoustics, equipment, consultancy, services and related projects and organizations.
International Bioacoustics Council
IBAC aims to promote international participation throughout the field of bioacoustical activity.
Laboratory of Aquatic Bioacoustics
Research is mainly focussed on the study of hearing by fish and other aquatic organisms, behavioral investigations and responses to human-generated noise.
Wildlife Sound Recording Society
Formed to encourage collecting and understanding of wildlife sounds. Includes information about membership, events, articles, audio samples, and reviews of equipment. [UK]
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