Here are some of the better-known peer-reviewed journals that cover bioacoustics:
- Journal of the Acoustical Society of America
- Animal Behaviour
- Marine Mammal Science
- Canadian Journal of Zoology
- Canadian Acoustics
- Ethology, Ecology, & Evolution
- IEEE Signal Processing Magazine
- Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology
- Journal of Cetacean Research and Management
- A broad overview of audio gear for wildlife recording from the Macaulay Library at Cornell University, USA.
- Another broad overview from the Centre for Bioacoustics at the University of Pavia, Italy.
In case of a detailed question please post a message on the Bioacoustics-L email list…
Here an overview over commonly used and free available software tools:
- An extensive list of Sound Analysis Software from Steven Hopp.
- Ishmael – a multi-purpose acoustic analysis tool developed by Dave Mellinger.
- Pamguard – developed by Doug Gillespie.
- Raven – developed by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology.
- Soundruler – an extensive analysis, graphing, and teaching tool for bioacoustics.
- Wavesurfer – an Open Source tool for sound visualization and manipulation.
- Audacity – a free, open source, cross-platform software for recording and editing sounds.
- MARMAM – marine mammal research and conservation.
- AUDITORY – hearing and the auditory systems
- BIOACOUSTIC-MONITORING – communications of an International Expert Group on Bioacoustic Monitoring.
- Nature Recordists – recording natural sounds
- Comp.dsp – is a worldwide Usenet news group that is used to discuss various aspects of digital signal processing.