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Karawatha acoustic sensor raw audio data

Queensland University of Technology
Roe, Paul
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Professor Paul Roe
Ph: +61 7 0731389323

p.roe@qut.edu.au

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This dataset is the raw audio data resulting from a study investigating the use of acoustic sensors to monitor frog species in the Karawatha Forest Park, Southeast Queensland. The audio data is being collected by sensors positioned throughout the Forest Park.

Data time period: 2008

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