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Brown's Research Featured in KU Today

Thursday, June 13, 2013

Rafe Brown’s research project funded by the National Science Foundation was featured in KU Today’s Headlines for June 13, 2013.  Dr. Brown, Associate Professor of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology and curator-in-charge of the herpetology division of the Biodiversity Institute is featured in the article, Digitizing the calls of the wild which describes the importance of sounds to biologists in determining species.  The $200,000 funded project will digitize, archive and make available thousands of field recordings of animal sounds at KU, and tie them with the specific specimens that were recorded.  KU is one of 11 research institutions to digitize audio recordings through this effort.  For full story go to: https://news.ku.edu/2013/06/06/project-will-digitize-archive-animal-sounds

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