|Title:||IBAC - International Bioacoustics Council|
|Creator:||Larsen, Ole Næsbye|
|Abstract:||The International Bioacoustics Council (IBAC) was founded in Århus, Denmark, in September 1969. Its objective is to promote international participation throughout the entire field of bioacoustical activity. Its primary achievement since then has been the organising of twenty bioacoustic symposia and congresses in twelve different countries. For further information about IBAC's origins, read the brief history; you can also find details of past and future meetings. The subject of bioacoustics is principally a marriage between the fields of biology and physical acoustics. Given its multidisciplinary nature, IBAC aims to bring together, in informal settings, biologists from different specialisms (ethologists, physiologists, taxonomists, etc) with engineers, sound archivists and amateur sound recordists, to foster discussion and exchange of ideas. [Information of the supplier]|
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|Metadata update date:||2014-01-06|
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