Research and Conservation Projects
Bioacoustical research on Aquatic Warbler Acrocephalus paludicola
The main research themes of Ph.D. project are geographical song variation of Aquatic Warbler as well as the relationships between population ecology and song complexity and diversity. In particular, the significance of relationship between song diversity and species population viability is being studied. As the project outcome, the song-based population viability indicator will be developed. Research methods will include cost-effective Aquatic Warbler monitoring based mostly on song recording and analysing. Therefore it is essential for the project to collect recordings from different locations across the European species range. Methods applied in this project (birds are recorded from a distance) have no negative effect on subjects.
You may download Aquatic Warbler songs recorded within the project here.
Jakub GlapanPh.D. student (2008 – onwards) Department of Behavioural Ecology, Adam Mickiewicz University, Poznań, Poland. Supervised by prof. T. S. Osiejuk e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com Web: www.behaecol.amu.edu.pl Phone: +48 61 8295570 Mobile phone: +48 694 003 467 Full list of AW conservation projects Full list of AW research projects