Conservation Evidence strives to be as useful to conservationists as possible. Please take our survey to help the team improve our resource.

Providing evidence to improve practice

Individual Studies

Can't find what you're looking for? You can also search Actions.

Not sure what Individual Studies are? Read a brief description.

5518 studies found

Do young eucalypt plantations benefit bats in an intensive agricultural landscape?

Wildlife Research

Based on: Law B.S., Chidel M. & Penman T. (2011)

Phyllostomid bat diversity in a variegated coffee landscape

Biological Conservation

Based on: Numa C., Verdú J.R. & Sánchez-Palomino P. (2005)

Bats are not birds - different responses to human land-use on a tropical mountain

Biotropica

Based on: Helbig-Bonitz M., Ferger S.W., Bohning-Gaese K., Tschapka M., Howell K. & Kalko E.K.V. (2015)

Potential effects of livestock water-trough modifications on bats in northern Arizona

Wildlife Society Bulletin

Based on: Tuttle S.R., Chambers C.L. & Theimer T.C. (2006)

Evaluating the effectiveness of an ultrasonic acoustic deterrent for reducing bat fatalities at wind turbines

PLoS ONE

Based on: Arnett E.B., Hein C.D., Schirmacher M.R., Huso M.M.P. & Szewczak J.M. (2013)

Reducing bat fatalities at wind facilities while improving the economic efficiency of operational mitigation

Journal of Mammalogy

Based on: Martin C.M., Arnett E.B., Stevens R.D. & Wallace M. (2017)

Reduktion des Kollisionsrisikos von Fledermäusen an Onshore-Windenergieanlagen (RENEBAT II)

Based on: Behr O., Brinkmann R., Korner-Nievergelt F., Nagy M., Niermann I., Reich M. & Simon R. (2016)

Bat Detection and Shutdown System for Utility-Scale Wind Turbines

Based on: Electric Power Research Institute (2017)

Effects of gates on the nighttime use of mines by bats in northern Idaho

Northwestern Naturalist

Based on: Derusseau S.N. & Huntly N.J. (2012)

Differential use of highway underpasses by bats

Biological Conservation

Based on: Bhardwaj M., Soanes K., Straka T.M., Lahoz-Monfort J.J., Lumsden L.F. & van der Ree R. (2017)

Vegetated fauna overpass disguises road presence and facilitates permeability for forest microbats in Brisbane, Australia

Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution

Based on: McGregor M., Matthews K. & Jones D. (2017)

Bat activity is low in thinned and unthinned stands of red pine

Canadian Journal of Forest Research

Based on: Tibbels A.E. & Kurta A. (2003)

Bat communities respond positively to large-scale thinning of forest regrowth

Journal of Applied Ecology

Based on: Blakey R.V., Law B.S., Kingsford R.T., Stoklosa J., Tap P. & Williamson K. (2016)

Improved timber harvest techniques maintain biodiversity in tropical forests

Conservation Biology

Based on: Bicknell J.E., Struebig M.J., Edwards D.P. & Davies Z.G. (2014)

The effect of thinning on bat activity in Italian high forests: the LIFE+ "ManFor C.BD." experience

Hystrix, the Italian Journal of Mammalogy

Based on: Cistrone L., Altea T., Matteucci G., Posillico M., De Cinti B. & Russo D. (2015)

Recuperación de la colonia de Miniopterus schreibersii de la cueva de Cueva de Ágreda (Soria)

Barbastella

Based on: Alcalde J.T, Artácoz A. & Meijide F. (2012)

Effects of cave gating on population trends at individual hibernacula of the Indiana bat (Myotis sodalis)

Acta Chiropterologica

Based on: Crimmins S.M., McKann P.C., Szymanski J.A. & Thogmartin W.E. (2014)

Population trends of cave-dwelling bats in the Eastern Iberian Peninsula and the effect of protecting their roosts

Acta Chiropterologica

Based on: Machado M.C., Monsalve M.A., Castello A., Almenar D., Alcocer A. & Monros J.S. (2017)

Effects of cave tours on breeding Myotis velifer

The Journal of Wildlife Management

Based on: Mann S.L., Steidl R.J. & Dalton V.M. (2002)

Prescribed fire in eucalypt woodlands: immediate effects on a microbat community of northern Australia

Wildlife Research

Based on: Inkster-Draper T.E., Sheaves M., Johnson C.N. & Robson S.K.A. (2013)

Relationships between bat occupancy and habitat and landscape structure along a savanna, woodland, forest gradient in the Missouri Ozarks

Wildlife Society Bulletin

Based on: Starbuck C.A., Amelon S.K. & Thompson F.R. III (2015)

Download these search results:

1. From:
2. Format:
3.