Published on 27 May 2020
Bats as nocturnal flying mammals have developed echolocation, an efficient means of navigating in the dark. Although the acoustic signals they emit are not audible to humans, they can be recorded and analyzed with appropriate equipment and software.
The author has acquired his unique knowledge and skills over more than three decades of continuous research on bat ultrasounds. Nowadays, the former auditory approach to acoustic analysis of the ultrasonic signals is complemented by computer-assisted analysis...MORE
Yves Tupinier, an expert and pioneer on bat sonar, is a life-long friend. His contribution to this book is a precious addition.