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Bats

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

Loeb & Waldrop, 2008

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

Cox et al., 2016

Two tables showing tree species, % of roost trees, and number of roost trees. Top table shows info for red bats. Bottom table shows info for pipistrelles.

Eastern Red Bat (Lasiurus borealis) and Easter Pipistrelle (Pipistrellus subflavus) maternal roost selection: Implications for forest management

Leput, 2004

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Effect of forest opening characteristics, prey abundance, and environmental factors on bat activity in the southern Appalachians

Brooks et al., 2017

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Effects of fire and its severity on occupancy of bats in mixed pine-oak forests

Burns et al., 2019

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

Silvis et al., 2016

Figure from publication of contrasting images of a forest with low flames from controlled burn and after the burn.

Fire effects on wildlife in the central hardwoods and Appalachian Regions, USA

Harper et al., 2016

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Foraging patterns of Rafinesque's Big-Eared Bat in upland forests managed with prescribed fire

Johnson et al., 2019

Indiana bats roost in ephemeral, fire-dependent pine snags in the southern Appalachian Mountains, USA

O'Keefe & Loeb, 2017

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Northern long-eared bat day-roosting and prescribed fire in the central Appalachians, USA

Ford et al., 2016

Prescribed fire and thinning influence snag density and size in the southern Appalachian Mountains

Baldwin et al., 2023

Proceedings of the 3rd Fire in Eastern Oak Forests Conference

Hutchinson, 2009

Cover of the conference proceedings featuring title, photo of a controlled burn around a single pine tree, and USDA Forest Service Technical Report information.

Proceedings of the 4th Fire in Eastern Oak Forests Conference

Dey et al., 2011

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Qualitative synthesis of temperate bat responses to silvicultural treatments - where do we go from here?

Loeb, 2020

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Temperatures below leaf litter during winter prescribed burns: implications for litter-roosting bats

Perry & McDaniel, 2015

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