Organized Oral Session 19: Bat habitat use in eastern North American temperate forests: Site, stand, and landscape effects
Organizer(s): RT Brooks and M Ford
Tuesday, August 9, 1:30 PM - 5:00 PM, Meeting Room 510a, Level 5, Palais des congrès de Montréal
1:30 PM: Fenton, Brock*,1, Bernard, Enrico2, Tuttle, Merlind2, 1 Department of Biology, London, Ontario, Canada2 Amazon Conservation Projects, Belem, Brazil, Forests and bats.
1:50 PM: Castleberry, Steven*,1, Miles, Adam1, 3, Miller, Darren2, Conner, L3, 1 Warnell School of Forest Resources, Athens, GA, USA3 Joseph W. Jones Ecological Research Center, Newton, GA, USA2 Weyerhaeuser Company, Columbus, MS, USA, Habitat ecology of bats at multiple scales in natural longleaf and intensively managed loblolly pine forests in Georgia.
2:10 PM: Ford, Mark*,1, Menzel, Alex2, Menzel, Jennifer1, Kilgo, John3, Edwards, John 4, 1 USDA Forest Service, Parsons, WV, USA2 Alston and Bird LLP, Atlanta, GA, USA3 USDA Forest Service, Aiken, SC, USA4 West Virginia University, Morgantown, WV, USA, Bat foraging patterns across habitat scales in the Upper Coastal Plain of South Carolina.
2:30 PM: Loeb, Susan*,1, O'Keefe, Joy2, 1 USDA Forest Service, Southern Research Station, Clemson, SC, USA2 Clemson University, Clemson, SC, USA, Stand and landscape factors associated with habitat use by bats in South Carolina.
2:50 PM: Broders, Hugh*,1, 2, Forbes, Graham1, Stephen, Woodley3, Ian , Thompson4, 1 University of New Brunswick, Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada2 Saint Mary's University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada3 Parks Canada, Hull, Quebec, Canada4 Canadian Forestry Service, Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Canada, Range extent and stand selection for roosting and foraging in forest-dwelling Myotis septentrionalis and M. lucifugus in New Brunswick, Canada.
3:10 PM: , BREAK.
3:20 PM: Watrous, Kristen*,1, Donovan, Therese1, Darling, Scott2, Hicks, Alan3, Von Oettingen, Susana4, 1 U.S. Geloogical Survey, Burlington, VT, USA2 Vermont Department of Fish and Wildlife, Rutland, VT, USA3 New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, Albany, NY, USA4 United States Fish and Wildlife Service, Concord, NH, USA, Roosting and foraging habitat of the Indiana bat (Myotis sodalis) at multiple scales.
3:40 PM: Carter, Timothy*,1, 1 Department of Zoology, Carbondale, Illinois, USA, Indiana bats (Myotis sodalis) in Illinois: Roost trees to landscapes.
4:00 PM: Mistry, Shahroukh*,1, Hatfield, Colleen2, 1 Westminster College, New Wilmington, PA2 Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, The importance of landscape-level analyses in understanding bat mortality at wind energy sites.
4:20 PM: Reynolds, Scott*,1, 2, 1 North East Ecological Services, Concord, NH, USA2 St. Paul's School, Concord, NH, 03301, The use of passive acoustic monitoring as a biological assessment tool for surveying migratory patterns of bats in relation to wind power development.
4:40 PM: Krusac, Dennis*,1, 1 USDA Forest Service, Atlanta, GA, Management recommendations for bat conservation in forested landscapes.
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