Bioacoustic surveys, also known as passive acoustic monitoring (PAM), are slowly becoming more mainstream for both short- and long-term projects.
Large sites with a wide range of habitats and higher variation in species presence can be costly to survey using conventional survey techniques.
The use of PAM can reduce the number of hours spent in the field by a surveyor whilst simultaneously providing scientifically robust data that is just as defensibly, if not more so, at public consultations.
Our services include:
Survey Design and Data Collection
Signal Processing and Data Interpretation
Acoustic Analysis using both Manual and Machine Learning methodology.
Occupancy Modelling and Soundscape Analysis