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Bacterial diversity in water-stable aggregates of soils under conventional and zero tillage management

Applied Soil Ecology

Based on: Lupwayi N.Z., Arshad M.a., Rice W.a. & Clayton G.W. (2001)

Bacterial protein grown on natural gas in diets for Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar, in freshwater


Based on: Storebakken T., Baeverfjord G., Skrede A., Olli J.J. & Berge G.M. (2004)

Baiting system for selective abatement of undesirable honey bees


Based on: Williams J.L., Danka R.G. & Rinderer T.E. (1989)

Bald eagle activity at an artificial nest structure in Arizona

Raptor Research

Based on: Grubb T.G. (1983)

Bald eagle nest on an artificial tree-top platform

Journal of Raptor Research

Based on: Bortolotti G.R., Dzus E.H. & Gerrard J.M. (1988)

Bald eagles use artificial nest platform in Florida

Journal of Raptor Research

Based on: Marion W., Quincy P., Cutlip C. & Wilcox J. (1992)

Barred owls and nest boxes

Raptor Research

Based on: Johnson D.H. & Follen Sr. D.G. (1984)

Barriers to forest regeneration of deforested and abandoned land in Panama

Journal of Applied Ecology

Based on: Hooper E., Legendre P. & Condit R. (2005)

Bat activity and species richness on organic and conventional farms: impact of agricultural intensification

Journal of Applied Ecology

Based on: Wickramasinghe L.P., Harris S., Jones G. & Vaughan N. (2003)

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 rice paddies: Organic and conventional farms compared to unmanaged habitat

Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment

Based on: Toffoli R. & Rughetti M. (2017)

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

Acta Chiropterologica

Based on: Rueegger N. (2016)

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 as alternative roosts for displaced bat maternity colonies

Wildlife Society Bulletin

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

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 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 Detection and Shutdown System for Utility-Scale Wind Turbines

Based on: Electric Power Research Institute (2017)

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)

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