The Kiss of the Pink Dolphin: Characterization of Recordings in the Ecuadorian Amazonian

Roee Diamant, Catalina Ulloa, Aviad Scheinin, Gonzalo Rivas-Torres

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Amazonian river dolphin (pink dolphins) Inia geoffrensis are an endangered species whose environmental surrounding in the heart of the Amazonian rainforest is constantly in danger. To explore the abundance and abundance response of these this species, we set up a plan for the monitoring of this amazing species by means of long term passive acoustic recorders placed at multiple locations in the pink dolphins' habitat. In this paper, we outline the first step of this monitoring program: the characteristics of the pink dolphins' sounds, and the design of an automatic detector for their vocalization. Results are given for a small set of recordings obtained manually in multiple surveys performed in the Tipotini river set out in the Ecuadorian Amazonian region.

Idioma originalInglés
Título de la publicación alojadaOCEANS 2023 - Limerick, OCEANS Limerick 2023
EditorialInstitute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Inc.
ISBN (versión digital)9798350332261
EstadoPublicada - 5 jun. 2023
Evento2023 OCEANS Limerick, OCEANS Limerick 2023 - Limerick, Irlanda
Duración: 5 jun. 20238 jun. 2023

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NombreOCEANS 2023 - Limerick


Conferencia2023 OCEANS Limerick, OCEANS Limerick 2023


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