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Studying Nature's Rhythms: Soundscape Ecologists Spawn New Field

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Image of a wolf howling in the forest.

Soundscape: the landscape of 'nature's music' when a wolf howls in the forest.

Credit: U.S. National Park Service


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Swamp chorus at night with rain and cicadas.

Credit: Bryan Pijanowski

 

Image of a body of water with the words Airplane, Echo of Airplane, Waves, Bird, Wind, Human Voices.

Sound surrounds us, in the sky, the land, the water.

Credit: U.S. National Park Service


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Image of a frog with an enlarged neck sac croaking.

Biophony is biological sound, for example, from frogs, birds, other animals that chirp or sing.

Credit: Luis-Villanueva-Rivera


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Image of a bubbling brook.

Geophony: the composition made by wind, rain, thunder, crashing waves, bubbling brooks.

Credit: Bryan Pijanowski


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Image of a soundtope during a geophony of falling rain near Tuscany, Italy.

A "soundtope" of the biophony near Tuscany, Italy, during a geophony of falling rain.

Credit: Almo Farina, Urbino University


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