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Hans Slabbekoorn is an associate pro- fessor at the Institute of Biology, Fac- ulty of Science, Leiden University, The Netherlands. His expertise is in animal behavior, evolutionary ecology, and bio- acoustics in air and water. His core re- search theme is the function and evolu- tion of acoustic signals and natural and
anthropogenic noise impact on animals. He integrates this field with studies on animal personality, stress physiology, dynamic energy budget models, and a population conse- quences of acoustic disturbance framework. He believes it is critical to listen to nature and that sound science can ben- efit decision making about the balance between ecology and economy.
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