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Ecologie acoustique des chiroptères d'Europe : identification des espèces, étude de leurs habitats et comportements de chasse

At last! The comprehensive French method for bat detecting is now available (at present only in French).

Michel Barataud, already well-known for his work published on CDs and leaflets "Ballades dans l'inaudible" presents now a comprehensive volume that bat workers and scientists who have experienced or just heard about his method have long been waiting for.

This book of 337 pages is the result of 23 years of research on the acoustic identification of bats. The general chapters on bioacoustics were written by Yves Tupinier, the acoustician who started recording bats in the 1960's and who supported Michel's theory  during 15 years (and still does).

The book comes with a DVD presenting the sounds needed for identification and refered to in the text, as well as graphs per species (Excel).

Michel Barataud (2012). Ecologie acoustique des chiroptères d'Europe : identification des espèces, étude de leurs habitats et comportements de chasse.Collection Inventaires et biodiversité, Biotope Editions (Mèze) et Publications scientifiques du Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle (Paris).

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