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Addressing Engineering Challenges In Bioacoustic Recording

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Bioacoustics is a very challenging field due to the necessity of putting fragile, powerhungry pieces of instrumentation out in isolated, hostile environments for long periods of time. Making these instruments as durable as possible, while also considering weight, power consumption, size, and affordability is a constant struggle. In this dissertation, multiple engineering challenges associated with these environments are addressed.

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2015-05-24

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bioacoustics; audio engineering; hardened sensors

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Walter,Michael Todd

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Clark,Christopher W
Winkler,David Ward
Cheyne,Harold A.

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Agricultural and Biological Engineering

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Ph. D., Agricultural and Biological Engineering

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Doctor of Philosophy

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