Presentations from the 2017 AWSRG Conference, Baradine

Each of the presentations at our 2017 conference were audio recorded as a document of the event, and are presented here in program order.

The acoustic in the room makes it difficult to hear at times, but hopefully the audio will be clear enough. Thanks to Bob Tomkins for making these recordings.

2017-09-06 – 01 Andrew Skeoch: Opening address and informal history of group

2017-09-06 – 02 David Paul, wildlife ecologist: Introduction to the Pilliga

2017-09-07 – 04 Michael Mahony: Near synchronous calling in the hip-pocket frog

2017-09-07 – 05 Chris Malham: Australian Wildlife Conservancy and the Pilliga project

2017-09-07 – 06 Melinda Barrie: Sound heritage

2017-09-07 – 07 Vicki Hallett: Elephant Listening Project

2017-09-07 – 08 Bob Tomkins: The art and craft of field recording

2017-09-08 – 09 Leah Barclay: Transdisciplinary Acoustic Ecology

2017-09-08 – 10 Jessica Cappadonna: Citizen Science, conservation and acoustics

2017-09-08 – 11 Julie Broken-Brow: Microbats, Cape York

2017-09-08 – 12 Lucy Farrow: Acoustic signalling in Noisy Miners

2017-09-08 – 13 Tony Baylis: Looters or Collectors? What I do with my recordings and data

2017-09-08 – 14 Julie Broken-Brow: Anabat bat detectors

2017-09-09 – 15 Ros Bandt: Sounding Spaces

2017-09-09 – 16 Andrew Skeoch: Sound processing using Izotope RX

2017-09-09 – 17 Jessica Cappadonna: Eastern Bristlebird

2017-09-09 – 18 Fred van Gessel: 1 or 3 species of Cicadabird?

2017-09-09 – 19 Discussion: social media facilitated by Leah Barclay & Andrew Skeoch

2017-09-10 – 20 Michael Towsey: Visual representation of long duration recordings

2017-09-10 – 21 Patrick Tap: Wildlife monitoring in the Pilliga forest

2017-09-10 – 22 Fred van Gessel: Borneo Field Trip

2017-09-10 – 24 Sue Gould: Sound recording trip to the Huon Peninsula PNG, 2016

2017-09-10 – 25 Vicki Hallett & Michael Hannan: Bird Song Rhapsody (0 – 10:00 mins)

Nicole Carroll: Rome Point Becoming Dusk (commences at 12:00 mins)

Vicki Hallett: Clarinet accompanies Forest Elephants (commences 21:45 mins)

2017-09-11 – 26 Leah Barclay: Art and science of field recording

2017-09-11 – 27 Facilitated discussion: The future of the AWSRG

Note: Jennifer Ackerman has been requested not to allow her talks to be published publicly.

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