The journal Landscape Ecology featured a special issue on Soundscape Ecology in their November 2011 number with Bryan C Pijanowski and Almo Farina as guest editors. The issue featured nine research articles with an editorial by the guest editors.
- Soundscape in a context of acoustic and landscape ecology. Barry Truax and Gary W. Barrett
- Introduction to the special issue on soundscape ecology. Bryan C. Pijanowski and Almo Farina
- What is soundscape ecology? An introduction and overview of an emerging new science. Bryan C. Pijanowski, Almo Farina, Stuart H. Gage, Sarah L. Dumyahn and Bernie L. Krause
- A primer of acoustic analysis for landscape ecologists. Luis J. Villanueva-Rivera, Bryan C. Pijanowski, Jarrod Doucette and Burak Pekin
- Measuring and interpreting the temporal variability in the soundscape at four places in Sequoia National Park. Bernie Krause, Stuart H. Gage and Wooyeong Joo
- Avian soundscapes and cognitive landscapes: theory, application and ecological perspectives. Almo Farina, Emanuele Lattanzi, Rachele Malavasi, Nadia Pieretti and Luigi Piccioli
- Landscape patterns of avian habitat use and nest success are affected by chronic gas well compressor noise. Clinton D. Francis, Juan Paritsis, Catherine P. Ortega and Alexander Cruz
- Anthropogenic noise exposure in protected natural areas: estimating the scale of ecological consequences. Jesse R. Barber, Chris L. Burdett, Sarah E. Reed, Katy A. Warner and Charlotte Formichella, et al.
- An assessment of noise audibility and sound levels in U.S. National Parks. Emma Lynch, Damon Joyce and Kurt Fristrup
- Beyond noise mitigation: managing soundscapes as common-pool resources. Sarah L. Dumyahn and Bryan C. Pijanowski
- Soundscape conservation. Sarah L. Dumyahn and Bryan C. Pijanowski
Springer has free access to this journal until December 31, 2011.