par Amandine GASC

Through different research projects, I recorded the soundscape of different ecosystems : tropical forest, temperate forest, terrestrial freshwater and desert. All these trip were wonderful for science but also for human knowledge, I would like to thanks all my fieldtrip partners !

  • United States of America, Indiana, 2015. Management of the 2015 soundscape collection for the Tippecanoe long-term monitoring program.
  • United States of America, Nebraska, April 2015. NSF grant. Field work support for the Plate Basin Time-Lapse project.
  • Costa Rica, La Selva Biological Station, January 2015. NSF grant. Starting a long-term acoustic survey in order to study the seasonal dynamic of the soundscape in a tropical forest environment
  • United States of America, Maine, April 2014. NSF grant. Starting of a long-term acoustic study in the Wells Reserve on 11 sites in order to study tidal dynamic impact on soundscape.
  • United States of America, Arizona, February 2014. NSF grant. Starting of a long-term acoustic study in the Chiricahua National Monument on 27 sites in 4 different habitat to study the impact of wildfire severity level on the soundscape.
  • New-Caledonia, October-November 2013. ATM MNHN grant. Collecting recordings in 24 tropical sites (forest, para-forest and maquis habitats). The acoustic method will be used to try to detect cricket’s community structure regarding both habitat degradation level and invasive ant presence.
  • India, Western Ghats, February 2011. FRB BIOSOUND grant. Collecting recordings in two types of agroforests (coffee plantation with native trees, coffee plantation without native trees) and in native forests.
  • French Guyana, November 2010. CNRS grant. Collecting recordings using a microphone 3D network in the tropical forest of the CNRS research station « Inselberg ».
  • France, Parc Naturel de la Haute Vallée de Chevreuse, summer 2010. CNRS INEE grant. Collecting recordings using three hydrophones to explore ponds biodiversity.
  • New-Caledonia, May 2010. ANR BIONEOCAL grant. Collecting recordings in three tropical forest sites. The acoustic method will be used to try to detect community structure.
  • Bahamas, May 2009. Dartmouth University grant. Collecting Lizard biologic material for molecular analysis.