acoustic ecology

"Ecology is the study of the relationship between living organisms and their environment. Acoustic ecology is thus the study of the effects of teh acoustic environment or soundscape on the physical responses or behavioral characteristics of creatures living within it. Its particular aim is to draw attention to the imbalances which may have unhealthy or inimical effects." [1]


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