sonogram

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sonogram

[′sän·ə‚gram]
(acoustics)
The image produced by ultrasonic imaging.
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Acoustic spectrum of a sound signal that shows up on a narrow-band sonagram as a series of horizontal lines.
fortis (Ratcliffe 1981; Millington and Price 1985; Gibbs 1990) used qualitative descriptions and some sonagrams to document the persistence of song types across generations.
Most entries have a range map (many maps are new in this edition), a sonagram to picture the bird's song, and a brief description of the bird, its habitat, and important mannerisms and field marks.