THE HABITS OF ACOUSTIC BEHAVIOR IN BUDGERIGAR (Melopsittacus undelafus) AND MICROCOMPUTER ANAL YSIS
Chen Hao; Xu Muling; Tang Huan Jian;Jiang Jinchang(Institute of Biophysics, Academia Sinica,Beijing.100101)Chang Zhiquan; Zhu Junde; Zhang Zhilai;Li Zhuowu; Jiang XiuJun(Seimological Office of Changli County, Changli. 066607)
The microcomputer analysis of observation data of acoustic behavior of budgeriga (BG) under natural conditions is made in this paper. Obtained characteristics of acoustic behavior of BG reflect correspondinao natural habits very well. Now, it's possible to provide a basic method of microcomputer analysis of observation data of the relationship between acoustic behavion of BG at seismobiological observation station and earthquake, and then effectiveness of impending earthquake prediction by animal abnormal habits will be raised. The beginning and ending times of BG calls each day and night present positive correlations with the sunrise and sunset time at the station respectively, and both the variation rates are 0.9, reflecting seasonal change habits of day and night rhythms of acoustic behavior of BG very well. The occupation rates of singl call, varitoned call mono-syllabic and multi-syllabic calls of BG reflect characterized behavior activities and corresponding natural habits quite well. Moreover, The interrelation among different calls of acoustic behavior of BG and their relation with weather change also are found. The acrophases of total calls show obviously seasonal change, which present the negative correlation with the beginning time and the positive correlation with the eanding time. Moreover, the acrophases of different and total calls present cetain relations and reflect the time-location characteristics of arithmetic means of different calls on each day and night.