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Tillage and herbicide reduction mitigate the gap between conventional and organic farming effects on foraging activity of insectivorous bats

Ecology & Evolution

Based on: Barré K., Le Viol I., Julliard R., Chiron F. & Kerbiriou C. (2018)

Agroecological farming practices promote bats

Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment

Based on: Olimpi E.M. & Philpott S.M. (2018)

Higher bat and prey abundance at organic than conventional soybean fields

Biological Conservation

Based on: Put J.E., Mitchell G.W. & Fahrig L. (2018)

Influence of agricultural management on bat activity and species richness in vineyards of central Chile

Journal of Mammalogy

Based on: Rodríguez-San Pedro A., Chaperon P.N., Beltrán C.A., Allendes J.L., Ávila F.I. & Grez A.A. (2018)

Farmland heterogeneity benefits bats in agricultural landscapes

Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment

Based on: Monck-Whipp L., Martin A.E., Francis C.M. & Fahrig L. (2018)

Acceptance of bats to gates at abandoned mines

The Journal of Wildlife Management

Based on: Tobin A., Corbett R.J.M., Walker F.M. & Chambers C.L. (2018)

Does thinning homogenous and dense regrowth benefit bats? Radio-tracking, ultrasonic detection and trapping

Diversity

Based on: Law B., Gonsalves L., Brassil T. & Hill D. (2018)

The impact of even-aged and uneven-aged forest management on regional biodiversity of multiple taxa in European beech forests

Journal of Applied Ecology

Based on: Schall P., Gossner M.M., Heinrichs S., Fischer M., Boch S., Prati D., Jung K., Baumgartner K., Blaser S., Böhm S., Buscot F., Daniel R., Goldmann K., Kaiser K., Kahl T., Lange M., Müller J., Overmann J., Renner S.C., Schulze E.-D., Sikorski J., Tschapka M., Türke M., Weisser W.W., Wemheuer B., Wubet T. & Ammer C. (2018)

Ecological outcomes for multiple taxa from silvicultural thinning of regrowth forest

Forest Ecology and Management

Based on: Gonsalves L., Law B., Brassil T., Waters C., Toole I. & Tap P. (2018)

Activity of an endangered bat increases immediately following prescribed fire

The Journal of Wildlife Management

Based on: Braun de Torrez E.C., Ober H.K. & McCleery R.A. (2018)

No effect of artificial light of different colors on commuting Daubenton's bats (Myotis daubentonii) in a choice experiment

Journal of Experimental Zoology Part A: Ecological and Integrative Physiology

Based on: Spoelstra K., Ramakers J.J.C., van Dis N.E. & Visser M.E. (2018)

Common bats are more abundant within Natura 2000 areas

Biological Conservation

Based on: Kerbiriou C., Azam C., Touroult J., Marmet J., Julien J.-F. & Pellissier V. (2018)

Heard but not seen: Comparing bat assemblages and study methods in a mosaic landscape in the Western Ghats of India

Ecology & Evolution

Based on: Wordley C.F.R., Sankaran M., Mudappa D. & Altringham J.D. (2018)

In artificial roost comparison, bats show preference for rocket box style

PLoS ONE

Based on: Hoeh J.P.S., Bakken G.S., Mitchell W.A. & O'Keefe J.M. (2018)

Long-term monitoring suggests bat boxes may alter local bat community structure

Australian Mammalogy

Based on: Griffiths S.R., Lumsden L.F., Bender R., Irvine R., Godinho L.N., Visintin C., Eastick D., Robert K.A. & Lentini P.E. (2018)

Herbaceous vegetation enhancement increases biodiversity in a wine-producing vineyard in Israel, promoting shifts in agricultural practices in other vineyards

Conservation Evidence

Based on: Shapira I, Rosenfeld A., Rothschild A., Ackerman M., Eshel G. & Keasar T. (2017)

Improving capture rate for an invasive species in Mauritius: determining Asian musk shrew Suncus murinus bait preference

Conservation Evidence

Based on: Field A.J., Copsey J.A., Tragett C.E.E. & Goder M. (2017)

First experimental release of the red-and-green macaw Ara chloropterus in Corrientes, Argentina

Conservation Evidence

Based on: Volpe N.L., Di Giacomo A.S. & Berkunsky I. (2017)

Education workshops improve the ability of Forest Departments to identify amphibians in Western Ghats, India

Conservation Evidence

Based on: Kanagavel A., Parvathy S. & Divakar N. (2017)

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