3rd Sensing the Forest Seminar: Liz O'Brien and Alice Eldridge

The AHRC Sensing the Forest project is organising a series of three fortnightly online seminar talks with experts related to artistic, social and scientific interventions in the forest or other natural landscapes with a special focus on acoustic phenomena.

The last but not least online seminar will take place on Wed, 15 Nov 2023 15:00 - 16:30 UK time (UTC+0 GMT) - see https://www.timeanddate.com for other timezones.

We will have the following presentations:
- Liz O'Brien - Sounds in and of the Forest: Can We Connect People to Nature Through Sound?, who will talk about the ecotone network, an interdisciplinary team focused on health and wellbeing, conservation ecology, and education; and the ACCESS project, which links social science with environmental issues.
- Alice Eldridge - Tuning in to Soundscape Dynamical Complexity, who will discuss natural soundscapes by sharing some initial research results exploring a range of approaches to map, model and measure the dynamical complexity of soundscapes across temporal resolutions.

You can find more info and register for the free event on the following Eventbrite link:

All are welcome!