News

09 August 2018: Work of Elephant Listening Project is highlighted in the story “Can sound help save a dwindling elephant population? Scientists using AI think so.” on news.microsoft.com.

25 April 2018: Groundbreaking work of Elephant Listening Project is featured in nature.org blog titled “Six Ways Sound Data Is Changing Conservation” by Justine E. Hausheer.

11 April 2018: Scientists, Stefan Kahl and Holger Klinck, talk (in German) about the innovative BirdNet project in a radio interview on Deutschlandfunk. You can listen to the interview here.

01 March 2018: BRP announces Integrated Sound Recording and Analysis Workshops for June 2018 in the Sierra Nevada, California. Further details here.

17 January 2018: BRP scientist Holger Klinck was featured in the New Zealand Herald Article “Seismic surveys could be hurting penguins – experts.” The article draws attention to the negative effects of of seismic surveys on penguins and other marine life.

15 November 2017: BRP scientist Aaron Rice was interviewed for a podcast called “CurrentCast” that focuses on Great Lakes issues. You can listen to the podcast and additional materials here.

2 November 2017: BRP scientist Holger Klinck was featured in the New Zealand Herald article “Seismic blasts: A nailgun in your kitchen for 3 months” raising awareness of potential negative impacts of airgun surveys in the South Taranaki Bight on local blue whales.

25 October 2017: BRP’s Raven Insect Exhibit was highlighted in Cornell Chronicle’s story – Insectapalooza swarms campus Oct. 28.

8 October 2017: The documentary Sonic Sea featuring Chris Clark won two Emmy awards: Outstanding Nature Documentary and Outstanding Music and Sound.

2 October 2017: The PNAS paper High-intensity urban light installation dramatically alters nocturnal bird migration co-authored by Holger Klinck was featured in many news outlets including the New York Times, Washington Post, and the LA Times.

30 September 2017: Aaron Rice was featured in NPR’s Weekend Edition Saturday: What Would Aliens Make Of NASA’s Voyager?

29 September 2017: The documentary Sonic Sea featuring Chris Clark won the Best Science in Nature Film award at the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival.