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A comparison of logging systems and bat diversity in the Neotropics

Conservation Biology

Based on: Clarke F.M., Pio D.V. & Racey P.A. (2005)

Bat activity in relation to fire and fire surrogate treatments in southern pine stands

Forest Ecology and Management

Based on: Loeb S.C. & Waldrop T.A. (2008)

Bat activity in thinned, unthinned, and old-growth forests in western Oregon

The Journal of Wildlife Management

Based on: Humes M.L., Hayes J.P. & Collopy M.W. (1999)

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)

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)

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


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

Effects of shelterwood harvest and prescribed fire in upland Appalachian hardwood forests on bat activity

Forest Ecology and Management

Based on: Silvis A., Gehrt S.D. & Williams R.A. (2016)

Evening bat summer roost-site selection on a managed pine landscape

The Journal of Wildlife Management

Based on: Hein C.D., Miller K.V. & Castleberry S.B. (2009)

Foraging by bats in cleared, thinned and unharvested boreal forest

Journal of Applied Ecology

Based on: Patriquin K.J. & Barclay R.M.R. (2003)

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)

Managed forests in the western Cascades: the effects of seral stage on bat habitat use patterns

Bats and Forests Symposium

Based on: Erickson J.L. & West S.D. (1996)

Roost site selection by southern forest bat Vespadelus regulus and Gould's long-eared bat Nyctophilus gouldi in logged jarrah forests; south-western Australia

Forest Ecology and Management

Based on: Webala P.W., Craig M.D., Law B.S., Wayne A.F. & Bradley J.S. (2010)

Sex-specific summer roost-site selection by seminole bats in response to landscape-level forest management

Journal of Mammalogy

Based on: Hein C.D., Castleberry S.B. & Miller K.V. (2008)

Site-occupancy of bats in relation to forested corridors

Forest Ecology and Management

Based on: Hein C.D., Castleberry S.B. & Miller K.V. (2009)

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)

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)

The influence of residual tree patch isolation on habitat use by bats in central British Columbia

Acta Chiropterologica

Based on: Swystun M.B., Psyllakis J.M. & Brigham R.M. (2001)

Use by bats of patches of residual trees in logged areas of the boreal forest

American Midland Naturalist

Based on: Hogberg L.K., Patriquin K.J. & Barclay R.M.R. (2002)

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