Wednesday Jun 14, 2023

Mitch Aide: Acoustic Monitoring and Remote Sensing in Tropical Ecology

In this radio episode, we speak to T. Mitchell Aide, a tropical ecologist and former Professor of Biology at University of Puerto Rico-Río Piedras. In this conversation, Mitch discusses the development of ARBIMON (Automated Remote Biodiversity Monitoring Network), an important early platform for storing and analysing eco-acoustic data, the different challenges of remote sensing and acoustics for studying tropical forests, and whether there should be a shift in focus from collecting increasing amounts of data.

Interviewer: Max Ritts

Producer: Harry Murdoch

Head to the Smart Forests Atlas for more perspectives on ARBIMON.

Image source: ARBIMON / RCFx,

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