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Week of February 10, 2019

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Seminar by Donna Shillington
Donna Shillington

Seminar by Donna Shillington

Event date: 12 February 2019 - 2:00pm to 3:00pm
Event type: Seminar
Venue: To be confirmed
Speaker: Donna Shillington
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Stethoscope for the rainforests: Reimagining tropical forest conservation & ecology by using sound
Dr. Zuzana Burivalova

Stethoscope for the rainforests: Reimagining tropical forest conservation & ecology by using sound

Event date: 15 February 2019 - 4:00pm to 5:00pm
Event type: Seminar
Venue: ASE 3D Viz Laboratory Room (N2-B1c-16c)
Speaker: Dr. Zuzana Burivalova
About the speaker:

I am a NatureNet Science Fellow, with Princeton University and The Nature Conservancy, and I will be joining the University of Wisconsin Madison as an assistant professor in the departments of Forest and Wildlife Ecology and the Nelson Institute for Environmental Studies, in Autumn 2019. I am an ecologist and conservation scientist, working on biodiversity conservation in tropical forests, including in Indonesia. I also work with the environmental news organization Mongabay.com on a conservation effectiveness platform for tropical forests. I received my B.A. in Biological Sciences at Oxford University, MSc in Environmental Sciences at the University of Geneva and completed a PhD in tropical forest conservation and ecology at ETH Zurich.


One of the foremost challenges we face in conservation is understanding how effective different conservation strategies are. Such effectiveness, especially in terms of biodiversity conservation, can be very difficult to measure, time consuming, and prone to many different biases. Bioacoustics, and specifically the recording and analysis of entire soundscapes, could be a suitable tool for monitoring animal biodiversity in the conservation areas as well as sustainably managed forests. I will show three examples of bioacoustics projects from tropical forests in Papua New Guinea and Indonesia, to illustrate the potential as well as the limitations of this new, promising conservation technology.

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