Data from "Echolocation while Drinking: Pulse-timing Strategies by High- and Low-Frequency FM Bats"

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Abstract:
Data characterizing bats emitting frequency-modulated (FM) echolocation pulses while drinking from a swimming pool in urban northeast India. At least two different bat species were present, using 1st-harmonic frequencies sweeping down to about 35 Hz ("low frequency") and down to about 50 kHz ("high frequency"), separable at a 40 kHz boundary. Kloepper, L. N., Simmons, A. M., and Simmons, J. A. (2019). Echolocation while drinking: Pulse-timing strategies by high- and low-frequency FM bats. PloS one, 14(12), e0226114. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0226114

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Kloepper, Laura N., Megela Simmons, Andrea M., and Simmons, James A., "Data from 'Echolocation while Drinking: Pulse-timing Strategies by High- and Low-Frequency FM Bats'" (2019). Brown University Open Data Collection. Brown Digital Repository. Brown University Library. https://doi.org/10.26300/hsfq-rt78

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