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Summer roost-tree selection by a male Indiana bat on the Fernow Experimental Forest
by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Research Station in [Newtown Square, PA]
Written in English
|Statement||W. Mark Ford ... [et al.].|
|Series||Research note NE -- 378.|
|Contributions||Ford, W. Mark., United States. Forest Service. Northeastern Research Station.|
|The Physical Object|
We examined data for northern long-eared bat day-roosts that were originally collected by Johnson et al. (, ) and Karp from the FEF in Tucker County, West Virginia, FEF is a ha experimental forest managed by the US Forest Service, Northern Research Station, and is located in the unglaciated Allegheny Plateau. The WVDNR also conducted a study of male Indiana bat roost selection on the FEF in September by attaching transmitters to 4 male Indiana bats. Additionally, in June , scientists at the FEF and West Virginia University attached a radio transmitter to a single, adult male Indiana bat (Ford et al. ).
In and , we examined roost selection of northern myotis (Myotis septentrionalis) maternity colonies in stands treated with prescribed fire and in unburned control areas on the Fernow Experimental Forest, West Virginia. We radio-tracked 36 female northern myotis to 69 roost trees; 25 in the fire treatment and 44 in the unburned areas. The Biodiversity Heritage Library works collaboratively to make biodiversity literature openly available to the world as part of a global biodiversity community.
Augustine, D.J. () "Grazing patterns and impacts of White-tailed Deer in a fragmented forest ecosystem." Master's Thesis, University of Minnesota. Baerwald, Brandon Jeremiah, Dayna A. Goldsmith, & Robert M.R. Barclay () "Roost selection by the solitary, foliage-roosting hoary bat (Lasiurus cinereus) during lactation.". Most eastern North American Myotis roost in forests during summer, with species forming maternity populations, or colonies, in cavities or crevices or beneath the bark of trees. In winter, these bats hibernate in caves and are experiencing overwinter mortalities due to infection from the fungus Pseudogymnoascus destructans, which causes white-nose syndrome (WNS).
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Table 1.—Summer day-roost characteristics for an adult male Indiana bat on the Fernow Experimental Forest, Tucker County Variable Roost 1 Roost 2 Roost 3 Mean SE Tree species C.
ovata C. ovata A. saccharum d.b.h. (cm) Height (m) Snag class 1 I I Bark cover IV IV IV Linearized aspect Cited by: This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Summer roost-tree selection by a male Indiana bat on the Fernow Experimental Forest.
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Get this from a library. Summer roost-tree selection by a male Indiana bat on the Fernow Experimental Forest. [W Mark Ford; United States. Forest. We attached a radio transmitter to an adult male Indiana bat (Myotis sodalis) in June on the Fernow Experimental Forest in the Allegheny Mountains of north-central West Virginia.
The bat was tracked for 4 successive days before the transmitter failed. The bat roosted in three living trees over the study period. Two roosts used for a single night each were in large shagbark Cited by: Summer roost-tree selection by a male Indiana bat on the Fernow Experimental Forest / United States.
Forest Service. and United States. Forest Service. Northeastern Research Station. Fernow Experimental Forest, Habitat. Type: BOOK - Published: - Publisher: Purdue University Press Get Books Of the round barns that are known to have existed in Indiana, more than have vanished from the landscape, thus depriving the state of beautiful landmarks and testimonials to the ingenuity of turn-of-the-century agriculture and architecture.
Summer Roost-Tree Selection by a Male Indiana Bat on the Fernow Experimental Forest Ford, W. Mark; Menzel, Jennifer M.; Menzel, Michael A.; Edwards, John W. Summer roost-tree selection by a male Indiana bat on the Fernow Experimental Forest.
Newtown Square, Pennsylvania U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Research Station. General Technical Report NE The chapter authors describe bat behavior, including the selection of roosts, foraging patterns, and seasonal migration as they relate to forests.
They also discuss forest management and its influence on bat habitat. Both public lands and privately owned forests are considered, as well as techniques for monitoring bat populations and activity.
Summer roost-tree selection by a male Indiana bat on the Fernow Experimental Forest (Research Note NE). U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Research Station, Newtown Square, PA, 7p.
Summer roost-tree selection by a male Indiana bat on the Fernow Experimental Forest. U.S. Department of Agriculture Forest Service, Northeastern Research Station, Newtown Square, PA.
7 p. Gardner, J.E., J.D. Garner, and J.E. Hofmann. A portable mist netting system for capturing bats with emphasis on Myotis sodalis (Indiana bat). Johnson JB, Ford WM, Rodrigue JL, Edwards JW, Johnson CM.
Roost selection by male Indiana myotis following forest fires in Central Appalachian Hardwoods Forests. Journal of Fish and Wildlife Management 1(2)–; eX. doi: /JFWM See what's new with book lending at the Internet Archive Summer roost-tree selection by a male Indiana bat on the Fernow Experimental Forest favorite 0 comment 0.
Caption title Topics: Myotis sodalis Habitat West Virginia Fernow Experimental Forest, Bats Habitat West Virginia Fernow U.S.
Forest Service Northern Region. Summer roost-tree selection by a male Indiana Bat on the Fernow Experimental Forest. USDA Forest Service Research Note NE Newtown Square, PA. During the summer ofwe captured and radiotagged ten male Myotis septentrionalis (northern bats) on the Fernow Experimental Forest.
Summer roost-tree selection by a male Indiana bat on the Fernow Experimental Forest. USDA Forest Service, General Technical Report NE, Northeastern Research Station, Newtown Square, PA, p.
Therefore, at the Fernow Experimental Forest in West Virginia, we examined roost tree networks of northern myotis (Myotis septentrionalis) in forest. Ford WM, Menzel JM, Menzel MA, Edwards JW () Summer roost-tree selection by a male Indiana bat on the Fernow Experimental Forest Washington DC: USDA Forest Service Research Note NE Carter TC () Indiana Bats in the Midwest: The Importance of Hydric Habitats.
Conservation of summer maternity roosts is considered critical for bat management in North America, yet many aspects of the physical and environmental factors that drive roost selection are poorly understood. We tracked 58 female northern bats (Myotis septentrionalis) to roost trees of 21 species on the Fort Knox military reservation in north-central Kentucky during the summer.
Roost tree selection by Indiana bats (Myotis sodalis) on Fort Drum military installation, New York. In: Proceedings, Nineteenth Colloquium on Conservation of Mammals in the Southeastern United States and Fourteenth Annual Meeting of the Southeastern Bat Diversity Network.
February ; Jonesboro, AR.Experimental Forest in southwestern Randolph County on J Numerous authorities on the taxonomy of the Indiana bat concluded that identification of the bat was inclusive, based on photographs and its small measurements.
Therefore, evidence .Ford WM, Menzel JM, Menzel MA, Edwards JW () Summer roost tree selection by a male Indiana bat on the Fernow Experimental Forest.
Parsons, WV. US Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Northeastern Research Station. Research Note NE Google Scholar.