Mr Richard Beason

Royal Holloway University of London

Professional/research interests:
Using passive acoustic monitoring to assess the effects of habitat management practices on birds and bats.

What would you like UKAN to do for you?
Provide opportunities for collaboration with other researchers in this area and information on job/research posts working in acoustic monitoring.

How would you like to contribute to UKAN?
Exchange knowledge and ideas. Potentially share samples or recordings of certain species or soundscape elements.

AURITA recorders based on Raspberry Pi Solo (audible) and Peersonic RPA2 bat detector.

Software or numerical codes:
Experienced with Kaleidoscope Pro, BatClassify, BatExplorer, Audition and Audacity, working with acoustic indices, visualising acoustic data and writing audio file utilities in R.

Specialist Interest Groups (SIGs):