The A2O provides data for hundreds of acoustic sensors across seven Australian ecoregions. The A2O data include acoustic recordings collected by site sensors as well as site information, such as vegetation cover, landform, disturbance and photopoints. These data are available for use under CC BY 4.0 licence.
How to find data
You can search for site and site sensor information by:
- visiting the Australian Ecosounds data portal directly
- selecting an option below.
You will be asked for a login to view site and site sensor data on the portal. If you do not have a login already, you will be able to create one.
How the data may be used
The A2O is a network to monitor biodiversity, which includes the collection and procession of data from reference sites around Australia. While the data is freely available for use under a Creative Commons license, Attribution 4.0 International Licence, you will need to follow the terms of the CC By 4.0 licence and the A2O Data Submission and Usage Terms, which specify how to provide the attribution required under the licence terms.
Select a site:
List of sites — dropdown
Search and filter:
Search for a site by name — finds a specific site — using site pages or tags
Filter sites by ecoregions — finds all sites in an ecoregion — using tags
Filter sites by participants — finds all sites for a participant — using tags
Let the A2O know how the data contributed
We are always interested in how these data are used. Please consider contacting the A2O to let us know how these data have contributed to your research, project or other purpose.