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Bat References


Arnett, E.B., Huso, M.M.P., Schirmacher, M.R., and J.P. Hayes. 2010. Altering Turbine Speed Reduces Bat Mortality at Wind-energy Facilities. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 9(4): 209-214.

Boyle, J.G., Cryan, P.M., McCracken, G.F., and T.H. Kunz. 2011. Economic Importance of Bats in Agriculture. Science 332(6025): 41-42.

Butchkoski, C.M., D.M. Reeder, G.G. Turner, and H.P. Whidden. 2016. Hibernating bat species in Pennsylvania use colder winter habitats following the arrival of White-nose Syndrome. In book: Conservation and Ecology of Pennsylvania's Bats, chapter 12, pp. 181-199. Published by the Pennsylvania Academy of Sciences.

Dutko, R. "Protected at Last: The Hibernia Mine." BATS Magazine. Volume 12, Issue 3, Fall 1994. Web. 10 Oct. 2017.

Hasse, J.E. and R.G. Lathrop. 2010. Changing Landscapes in the Garden State: Urban Growth and Open Space Loss in NJ 1986-2007. Center for Remote Sensing and Spatial Analysis, Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ U.S.A.

Hayes, M.A. 2013. Bats Killed in Large Numbers at United States Wind Energy Facilities. BioScience 63(12): 975-979.

Huth, J.K., Silvis, A., Moosman, P.R. Jr., Ford, W.M., and S. Sweeten. 2015. A Comparison of Survey Methods for Documenting Presence of Myotis leibii (Eastern Small-footed Bats) at Roosting Areas in Western Virginia. Virginia Journal of Science 66(4): 413-425.

Maslo, B., Valent, M., Gumbs, J.F., and W. Frick. 2015. Conservation Implications of Ameliorating Survival of Little Brown Bats with White-nose Syndrome. Ecological Applications 25(7): 1832-1840.

Reynolds, Scott. "Active and alone: Why Eastern small-footed Myotis and Big brown bats are surviving WNS." Annual Meeting of the Northeast Bat Working Group, 12 January 2017, Hotel UMass, Amherst, MA.

Secord, A.L., Patnode, K.A., Carter, C., Redman, E., Gefell, D.J., Major, A.R., and D.W. Sparks. 2015. Contaminants of Emerging Concern in Bats from the Northeastern United States. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 69(4): 411-421.

Turner, G.G., Meteyer, C.U., Barton, H., Gumbs, J.F., Reeder, D.M., Overton, B., Bandouchova, H., Bartonicka, T., Martinkova, N., Pikula, J., Zukal, J., and D.S. Blehert. 2014. Nonlethal Screening of Bat-Wing Skin with the Use of Ultraviolet Fluorescence to Detect Lesions Indicative of White-nose Syndrome. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 50(3): 566-573.

"Where Is It Now?" White-nose A Coordinated Response to the Devastating Bat Disease. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior, 7 Aug. 2017. Web. 6 Oct. 2017.

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