This video is unavailable.

Watch Queue

TV Queue

Watch QueueTV Queue


Watch Queue
TV Queue

Microphone Array

Want to watch this again later?

Sign in to add this video to a playlist.

Like this video?

Sign in to make your opinion count.

Don't like this video?

Sign in to make your opinion count.




The interactive transcript could not be loaded.



Ratings have been disabled for this video.
Rating is available when the video has been rented.
This feature is not available right now. Please try again later.
Published on May 16, 2012

Read the article: http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10...

Microphone array technology exploits differences in sound arrival times at each microphone to calculate an animal's position. Dan Mennill shows how this technology provides new opportunities for studying animal ecology and behaviour and has many advantages over tracking technologies that require capturing animals and fitting them with external devices, or technologies that focus on one individual in isolation of the activities of nearby animals.


  1. 1

    Graybill/ENVR 2014 - highlights, current trends and what's next

  2. 2

    Are your analyses too fancy?

  3. 3

    An interview with David Borchers: Continuous-time SECR

  4. 4

    An introduction to radar image processing in ecology

  5. 5

    An interview with the Tea Bag Index team

  6. 6

    Tagging aquatic animals can disrupt natural behavior

  7. 7

    An interview with Noel Cressie

  8. 8

    An interview with Trevor Hastie - Inference from presence-only data

  9. 9

    SURFACE: Detecting convergence with stepwise AIC

  10. 10

    Endoscopy rationale

  11. 11


  12. 12

    Movebank tutorial

  13. 13

    Modelling dispersal-limited species

  14. 14

    Understanding the causes and consequences of animal movement

  15. 15

    FlexParamCurve - A Tutorial

  16. 16

    FlexParamCurve - An Introduction

  17. Microphone Array

  18. 18


  19. 19


  20. 20


  21. 21

    Network analyses of animal movement

  22. 22

    Population synchrony and functional connectivity

  23. 23

    Evolution MegaLab

  24. 24

    Modelling static and dynamic variables

  25. 25

    Measuring the importance of species to ecosystems

  26. 26

    Heating up the forest

  27. 27

    Studying deepwater animals with TrapCam

  28. 28

    Estimating seed predation rates

  29. 29

    Integrating ecology into macroevolutionary research

  30. 30

    The impact of sampling with replacement

  31. 31

    Modelling tick questing abundance

  32. 32

    Unified analysis of ecological niche overlap

  33. 33

    Remote monitoring of nesting falcons

  34. 34

    Seabird colony survival models

  35. 35

    Analogue modelling of the terrestrial carbon cycle

  36. 36

    Lipid extraction and stable isotope ratios

  37. 37

    Foundation species in hemlock forests

  38. 38

    Radio transmitters and bird ecology

  39. 39

    Managing invasive species with spreadsheet modelling

to add this to Watch Later

Add to