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A new direction for acoustic monitoring

An acoustic array at the study site in Table Mountain National Park

A new paper, recently published in the Journal of Applied Ecology, provides a method for acoustic monitoring that calculates the area listened to, by an array of microphones. C·I·B senior researcher, John Measey, and colleagues from the University of Cape Town and the University of St. Andrews, Scotland, used microphones to monitor the Cape peninsula moss frog (Arthroleptella lightfooti) in Table Mountain National Park, South Africa.