Environmental Acoustics

wooster-soilAcoustical methodologies have been use for physical and biological assesment of ecosystems. The three main acoustical research topics contributions:

  1. Soil Physics and Acoustics: Acoustical recording of rapid hydration of soil aggregates from tilled, no-tilled or native habitats.
  2. Compost Biology and Acoustics: Acoustic recording of compost with or without its natural biota, and with or without water added as an activating agent (published in the Compost Science and Utilization Journal).
  3. SonogramKellogg Biological Station, Michigan environmental acoustical recordings: Sound recording of insect, bird and amphibian activity in different ecosystems (T1, T2, T4, T7, SF, and DF) at Kellogg Biological Station (KBS/LTER).
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