Jump to content
Ornithology Exchange

Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'sound analysis'.



More search options

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Forums

  • Community Forums
    • News & Announcements
    • Grants & Awards
    • Meetings
    • News From the Ornithological Council
    • Workshops & Short Courses
    • Marketplace
    • Publications Available
    • In Memoriam
    • Bird Research in the Media
    • Bird Conservation in the Media
    • Society Forums
  • Group Forums
  • Support
    • Site Feedback
  • Women in Ornithology Resources Group's Topics
  • R Ornithology's Graphing
  • R Ornithology's Teaching R
  • R Ornithology's Mapping/Spatial Analysis
  • R Ornithology's General Topics
  • R Ornithology's Packages
  • RFID Working Group's RFID Working Group
  • Geolocator Discussion & Support's Geolocator Discussion & Support

Categories

  • Community
  • Editor's Choice
    • Editor's Choice: The Auk
    • Editor's Choice: The Condor
    • Editor's Choice: Ornitologia Neotropical
    • Editor's Choice: Waterbirds
  • Research Spotlight
  • Awards
  • Educational

Categories

  • Ornithological Journals
  • Journals of Interest to Ornithologists

Categories

  • Projects, Programs, & Plans
    • Collaborative Research Projects
    • Citizen Science Projects
    • Conservation Plans & Monitoring Programs
  • Places
    • Research Centers
    • Bird Observatories & Banding Stations
    • Other Field Stations
    • Parks & Reserves
    • Important Bird Areas & Endemic Bird Areas
  • Banding
  • Permits & Permitting
  • Funding
  • Online Communities
  • Other
    • Bibliographies & Clearinghouses

Categories

  • Short-term Positions
  • Graduate Positions
  • Postdoctoral Positions
  • Academic Positions
  • Non-Academic Positions

Categories

  • Bird Meetings
    • Upcoming
    • Past
  • Other Meetings
    • Upcoming
    • Past

Categories

  • Ornithological Organizations
  • Avian Conservation Organizations
  • Other Scientific Societies
  • Other Conservation Organizations
  • Avicultural & Veterinary Organizations
  • Museums
  • Governmental Organizations
  • Other Organizations

Categories

  • General Ornithology
    • Textbooks
    • Edited Volumes
  • Avian Biology
    • Ecology & Behavior
    • Breeding Biology
    • Population Biology
    • Migration
    • Vocalizations
    • Anatomy & Physiology
    • Health & Disease
    • Feathers, Molt & Coloration
    • Avian Flight
    • Evolution & Natural Selection
    • Biogeography & Speciation
    • Paleontology
  • Identification, Distribution, and Natural History Guides
    • Field Identification Guides
    • In-Hand Identification Guides
    • Nest & Egg Identification
    • Atlases & Inventories
    • Regional Handbooks
    • Checklists
    • Family Guides
    • Species Monographs
  • Conservation & Management
  • Extinct & Endangered Birds
  • Ethno-ornithology
  • Methods & Techniques
  • History
  • Lexicology
  • Biographies & Memoirs
  • Popular Science & Nature Writing
  • Audio & Video
  • Art
  • Other Books
  • Books by Ornithologists

Find results in...

Find results that contain...


Date Created

  • Start

    End


Last Updated

  • Start

    End


Filter by number of...

Joined

  • Start

    End


Group


AIM


MSN


Website URL


ICQ


Yahoo


Jabber


Skype


Full Name


Location


Google Scholar

Found 2 results

  1. *** ENROLLMENT SPACE IS STILL AVAILABLE *** The Cornell Lab of Ornithology is offering back-to-back workshops on the recording and analysis of wildlife sounds in June 2016 at San Francisco State University’s Sierra Nevada Field Campus in the Tahoe National Forest near Sattley, CA. The station, located at 6,000 feet elevation amid Ponderosa pine and Douglas fir forest, affords a wide range of recording opportunities and challenges in spectacular surroundings. The Sound Recording Workshop will be held 11–18 June; the Sound Analysis Workshop will be held 18–21 June. Participants can sign up for either workshop separately or both together. SOUND RECORDING OVERVIEW Learn state-of-the-art techniques for recording and analyzing the sounds of wildlife with experts from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology's Macaulay Library. The week-long workshop, designed to take you from novice to capable field recordist, covers the selection and application of audio recorders and microphones, recording theory, metering, field recording techniques, and documentation for sound recordings. Each day is comprised of several hours of field recording in the morning and lectures/discussions in the afternoon. The recording course includes an introduction to visualizing sounds and making basic measurements with Raven Pro software. Your instructors will be Greg Budney, of the Macaulay Library, Bill McQuay of the Lab's Multimedia Program, Randolph Little, a Laboratory Associate with extensive recording experience, and Ashik Rahaman of the Lab’s Bioacoustics Research Program. SOUND ANALYSIS OVERVIEW The Sound Analysis Workshop will delve deeper into topics such as the conceptual foundations of spectrogram analysis (no math required!), optimizing spectrogram parameters, robust measurements, automated signal detection, quantitative comparison of spectrograms, and advanced tips and tricks to make working with Raven Pro easier and more efficient. Sessions will include lectures, demos, and hands-on exercises using the participants’ own recordings. Your instructors will be Russ Charif and Ashik Rahaman, both of the Cornell Bioacoustics Research Program. SOUND RECORDING ENROLLMENT INFORMATION The workshop fee is $1195 (includes tuition, class materials, a 1-year student license for Raven Pro (renewable as long as you are a student), ground transportation from/to Reno airport, food, and lodging). Enrollment is primarily based on a first-come first-served basis, with first consideration to students and researchers. Enrollment is limited to 20 participants. SOUND ANALYSIS ENROLLMENT INFORMATION The standard workshop fee of $600 includes tuition, a 1-year student license for Raven Pro (renewable as long as you are a student), class materials, ground transportation from and to the Reno airport, food, and lodging. A limited number of spaces are available to participants from developing countries for a reduced fee of $300. Enrollment is limited to 20 participants. TO ENROLL PLEASE CONTACT: Kelly Lee Smith <kls66@cornell.edu> or telephone, 607-254-6323 A $100 deposit is required upon initial registration to reserve your place at each workshop. Payments are accepted in the form of check or credit card.
  2. Space still available! The Cornell Lab of Ornithology is offerring back-to-back workshops on the recording and analysis of natural sounds in June 2015 at San Francisco State University’s Sierra Nevada Field Campus in the Tahoe National Forest near Sattley, CA. The station, at 6,000 feet elevation amid Ponderosa and Jeffrey pines, affords a wide range of recording opportunities and challenges in spectacular surroundings. The Natural Sound Recording Workshop will be held 6–13 June; the Sound Analysis Workshop will be held 13–15 June. Participants can sign up for either workshop separately or both together. SOUND RECORDING OVERVIEW Learn state-of-the-art techniques for recording and analyzing the sounds of wildlife with experts from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology's Macaulay Library. The week-long workshop, designed to take you from novice to capable field recordist, covers the selection and application of audio recorders and microphones, recording theory, metering, recording techniques, and documentation for sound recordings. The course includes daily field recording sessions and lectures/discussions. The recording course includes a basic introduction to visualizing sounds and making simple measurements with Raven Pro software. Your instructors will be Greg Budney, of the Macaulay Library, Bill McQuay of the Lab's Multimedia Program, Karl Fitzke, audio engineer with the Macaulay Library, and Randolph Little, a Laboratory Associate with extensive recording experience. SOUND ANALYSIS OVERVIEW The Sound Analysis Workshop will delve deeper into topics such as the conceptual foundations of spectrogram analysis (no math required!), optimizing spectrogram parameters, robust measurements, automated signal detection, quantitative comparison of spectrograms, and advanced tips and tricks to make working with Raven Pro easier and more efficient. Sessions will include lectures, demos, and hands-on exercises using the participants’ own recordings. Your instructor will be Russ Charif, of the Lab’s Bioacoustics Research Program, assisted by Cedar Mathers-Winn. SOUND RECORDING ENROLLMENT INFORMATION The workshop fee is $1095 (includes tuition, class materials, ground transportation from/to Reno airport, food, and lodging). Enrollment is primarily based on a first-come first-served basis, with first consideration to students and researchers. Participation is limited to 20. SOUND ANALYSIS ENROLLMENT INFORMATION The workshop fee of $500 includes tuition, a 1-year student license for Raven Pro (renewable as long as you are a student), class materials, ground transportation from and to the Reno airport, food, and lodging.” TO ENROLL PLEASE CONTACT: Kelly Lee Smith <kls66@cornell.edu> or telephone, 607-254-6323 A $100 deposit is required upon initial registration to reserve your place at the workshop. Payments are accepted in the form of check or credit card.
×
×
  • Create New...