Wisconsin researchers are using the power of listening to learn more about rainforest biodiversity

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Heard On The Larry Meiller Show
An overhead shot of a mountainous and thickly-forested area
A view of the rain forest in the heart of Sarawak, 2500 feet above sea level, in Baram, Malaysia, is seen in this Dec. 13, 2007 file photo. Vincent Thian/AP Photo, File

One way researchers can study animals in the rainforest is to listen to them. We talk with a Wisconsin ecologist who is using soundscapes to help determine biodiversity in forests across the globe. We also learn about her efforts to engage the public.

Episode Credits

  • Larry Meiller Host
  • Clara Neupert Producer
  • Trina La Susa Technical Director
  • Zuzana Burivalova Guest