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Bees on set-aside fields: Impact of flower abundance, vegetation and field-age

Mitteilungen der Deutschen Gesellschaft für allgemeine und angewandte Entomologie

Based on: Steffan-Dewenter I. & Tscharntke T. (1995)

Bees and wasps in trap nests on sown crop fields and self-sown fallow fields (Hymenoptera Aculeata)

Verhandlungen Gesellschaft fur Okologie

Based on: Gathmann A. & Tscharntke T. (1993)

Beekeeping with stingless bees: a new type of hive

Bee World

Based on: Sommeijer M.J. (1999)

Bee Preference for Native versus Exotic Plants in Restored Agricultural Hedgerows

Restoration Ecology

Based on: Morandin L.A. & Kremen C. (2013)

Bee diversity and abundance in an urban setting

The Canadian Entomologist

Based on: Tommasi D., Miro A., Higo H. & Winston M.L. (2004)

Bee conservation and increasing Osmia spp. in Maine lowbush blueberry fields

Northeastern Naturalist

Based on: Stubbs C.S., Drummond F.A. & Allard S.L. (1997)

Bear-proof fences reduce livestock losses in the Tibetan Autonomous Region, China

Conservation Evidence

Based on: Papworth S.K., Kang A., Rao M., Chin S.T., Zhao H., Zhao X. & Corrasco L.R. (2014)

Bayview Avenue extension, Richmond Hill, Ontario, Canada habitat creation and wildlife crossings in a contentious environmental setting: a case study

Proceedings of the 2005 International Conference on Ecology and Transportation

Based on: Gartshore R.G., Purchase M., Rook R.I. & Scott L. (2006)

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)

Bat use of roosting boxes installed under flat-bottom bridges in western Oregon

Wildlife Society Bulletin

Based on: Arnett E.B. & Hayes J.P. (2000)

Bat use of a high-plains urban wildlife refuge

Wildlife Society Bulletin

Based on: Everette A.L., O'Shea T.J., Ellison L.E., Stone L.A. & McCance J.L. (2001)

Bat response to woodland restoration within urban forest fragments

Restoration Ecology

Based on: Smith D.A. & Gehrt S.D. (2010)

Bat response to prescribed fire and overstory thinning in hardwood forest on the Cumberland Plateau, Tennessee

Forest Ecology and Management

Based on: Cox M.R., Willcox E.V., Keyser P.D. & Vander Yacht A.L. (2016)

Bat response to Carolina bays and wetland restoration in the southeastern U.S. Coastal Plain

Wetlands

Based on: Menzel J.M., Menzel M.A., Kilgo J.C., Ford W.M. & Edwards J.W. (2005)

Bat diversity in montane rainforest and shaded coffee under different management regimes in southeastern Chiapas, Mexico

Biological Conservation

Based on: Estrada C.G., Damon A., Hernández C.S., Pinto L.S. & Núñez G.I. (2006)

Bat Detection and Shutdown System for Utility-Scale Wind Turbines

Based on: Electric Power Research Institute (2017)

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)

Bat boxes in urban non-native forests: a popular practice that should be reconsidered

Urban Ecosystems

Based on: López-Baucells A., Puig-Montserrat X., Torre I., Freixas L., Mas M., Arrizabalaga A. & Flaquer C. (2017)

Bat boxes as alternative roosts for displaced bat maternity colonies

Wildlife Society Bulletin

Based on: Brittingham M.C. & Williams L.M. (2000)

Bat boxes are not a silver bullet conservation tool

Mammal Review

Based on: Griffiths S.R., Bender R., Godinho L.N., Lentini P.E., Lumsden L.F. & Robert K.A. (2017)

Bat boxes - a review of their use and application, past, present and future

Acta Chiropterologica

Based on: Rueegger N. (2016)

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)

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