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- BAS, YVES, et al. Show all 6 Authors
- Conservation biology 2013 v.27 no.5 pp. 979-987
- Carabidae; Tettigoniidae; acoustics; adverse effects; agricultural land; anthropogenic activities; butterflies; ecosystems; intensive farming; issues and policy; monitoring; nondestructive methods; roads; species diversity; temperature; urban areas; urbanization; vertebrates
- ... Biodiversity monitoring at large spatial and temporal scales is greatly needed in the context of global changes. Although insects are a species‐rich group and are important for ecosystem functioning, they have been largely neglected in conservation studies and policies, mainly due to technical and methodological constraints. Sound detection, a nondestructive method, is easily applied within a citi ...