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Call for Abstracts: Acoustics as a Tool for Studying Population Structure

Melanie Colón

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We invite you to submit abstracts to a special session hosted by the Bioacoustics Committee for the 167th Meeting of the Acoustical Society of America, Providence, Rhode Island, 5 - 9 May 2014.

Abstracts due by December 16, 2013:

*Acoustics as a Tool for Studying Population Structure* Many animals produce stereotyped sounds that appear to be useful in identifying population structure and may be useful in species management; this session will examine the potential as well as the complications and limitations of using animal sounds as a tool for identifying population structure. We encourage presentation of complications encountered, lessons learned, and questions that remain unanswered for both terrestrial and marine species.

*Sponsored by the Bioacoustics Committee of the Acoustical Society of America, and organized by Shannon Rankin (Southwest Fisheries Science Center, NOAA) and Kate Stafford (Applied Physics Laboratory, University of Washington). *

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