Data from: Estimating bird detection distances in sound recordings for standardising detection ranges and distance sampling

Kevin Darras, Brett Furnas, Irfan Fitriawan, Yeni Mulyani & Teja Tscharntke
1) Autonomous sound recorders are increasingly used to survey birds, and other wildlife taxa. Species richness estimates from sound recordings are usually compared with estimates obtained from established methods like point counts, but so far the comparisons were biased: Detection ranges usually differ between the survey methods, and bird detection distance data are needed for standardizing data from sound recordings. 2) We devised and tested a method for estimating bird detection distances from sound recordings,...
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