New publication: pollinators and woodpeckers monitoring

Second paper related to our project dB@Risoux. Using a convolution neural network, we automatically tracked over a complete year the buzzing sound of flying insects and the drumming sound of woodpeckers and. This revealed function phenology and seasonality in relation with weather. Pollination might be affected by rainfall increase and wood use by temperature rise. The work, which was led by Alexandre Folliot, was published in Science of the Total Environment.