Irene M. Pepperberg
Takeshi Nishimura (Japanese Plenary)
Claire Spottiswoode (Young Plenary)
S1 The social origins of rhythm
S2 Acoustic sensor arrays for biological research and monitoring across scales
S3 Community ecoacoustics: from patterns to mechanisms of assemblages
S4 Computational and machine learning methods
S5 The anatomy and physiology of vertebrate sound production: from mechanism to function
S6 Causes and consequences of variation in avian vocalization and its relation to language evolution
S7 Individuality in animal acoustic signals: Patterns, processes, and practical applications
S8 Noise effects on freshwater dolphins and fishes
- Abstract Submission is now closed. We thank all of you for submitting your papers.
Poster Abstracts should be submitted from here by 14th July the end of July.
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