British Wildlife 25.2 December 2013

Bat detectors: past, present and future

It is perhaps inevitable that the invention of the bat detector and the discovery of bat echolocation should occur at the same time. In 1938 Donal Griffin, a biologist studying the migration of bats, visited the Harvard lab of the physicist George Pierce, a wonderful account of which is given in Griffin (1958). 

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