The aural richness of a habitat is a direct measure of its biodiversity. Comparing this before and after any human impact on a landscape, we can get an indication of how much biodiversity has been lost.
My name is Nuno and I'm from Portugal. I work as an ecosystem manager, developing Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services Management Plans for farms (mostly wine businesses), forestry and public conservation areas. Thank you david for the invitation, and good work to everyone! cheers