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If you want to record bat calls in summer, go early. Detectors recorded significantly more high-quality call files during late June and early July than August. USDA Forest Service research ecologist Susan Loeb and colleagues published results from a bat detection survey in Acta Chiropterologica.
- Fire and forests in the 21st Century: Managing resilience under changing climates and fire regimes in USA forests
Vose, James M.; Peterson, David L.; Fettig, Christopher J.; Halofsky, Jessica E.; Hiers, J. Kevin.; Keane, Robert E.; Loehman, Rachel.; Stambaugh, Michael C.
- Winter roosting ecology of tricolored bats (Perimyotis subflavus) in trees and bridges
Newman, Blaise A; Loeb, Susan C; Jachowski, David S.
- Composition and structure of reproduction in group selection openings after 20 years in a southern Appalachian mixed-hardwood forest
McNab, W Henry; Oprean, Theodore M.
- Preliminary evidence that intraspecific competition increases size of restoration-planted pitch and shortleaf pines in a mixed-hardwood clearcut in the southern Appalachians
McNab, W Henry.
- Summer roosting ecology of the northern yellow bat and tri-colored bat in coastal South Carolina
Shute, K.E.; Loeb, S.C.; Jachowski, D.S.; Shute, Kyle E.; Loeb, Susan C.; Jachowski, David S.