A synthesis of health benefits of natural sounds and their distribution in national parks

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Description: Data and code for a study examining evidence of the health benefits of natural soundscapes and quantifies the prevalence of restorative acoustic environments in national parks across the U.S.

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Code and data for "A synthesis of health benefits of natural sounds and their distribution in national parks" by Rachel Buxton, Amber Pearson, Claudia Allou, Kurt Fristrup, and George Wittemyer. Any questions please get in touch with Rachel.buxton@carleton.ca. Data: Results of literature search for meta-analysis and audibility of biological, geophysical, and anthropogenic sounds at national park r...

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