Master 2 study : effect of artificial light and land use on biodiversity.
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ACOUSTIQUE-PNR_BARONNIES-2020

Master 2 study : effect of artificial light and land use on biodiversity

With two different sampling protocols, we want to study the effects of artificial light and land use on biodiversity at night in the Parc Naturel Régional des Baronnies provençales (France, 26 - 05).

A potential description of changes in acoustic activity during a day or a week cannot be excluded.

Two protocols

PROTOCOLE_1_SM4

Effects of artificial light ("light pollution") emitted by the villages of the Park on biodiversity at night.

CONFIGURATION :

  • Sampling : 48 kHz
  • recording duration : 3540 sec (59 min)
  • sleep duration : 60 sec (1 min)
  • cycle duration : 4 days and 4 nights

DATA OBTAINED :

  • 3 687 files
  • 2.51 Terabyte

In order to observe the effects at night, but also to describe the effects of changing soundscape between night and day.

PROTOCOLE_2_AUDIOMOTH

Effects of land use on biodiversity, linked to artificial light.

Random draw of 5 points in all types of land use in the municipality of Val-Buëch Méouge (France - 05) taking into account public or municipal properties.

CONFIGURATION :

  • Sampling : 256 kHz
  • recording duration : 300 sec (5 min)
  • sleep duration : 600 sec (10 min)
  • cycle duration : 6 nights (16:00-UTC / 06:00-UTC)

DATA OBTAINED :

  • 10 081 files
  • 1.55 Terabyte