Table of contents for Bats in forests : conservation and management / edited by Michael J. Lacki, John P. Hayes, Allen Kurta.

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Contents
Preface
Contributors
1. Bats in Forests: What we Know and What we Need to Learn
R. Mark Brigham
2. Ecology and Behavior of Bats Roosting in Tree Cavities and Under Bark
Robert M. R. Barclay and Allen Kurta
3. Behavior and Day-roosting Ecology of North American Foliage-roosting Bats
Timothy C. Carter and Jennifer M. Menzel
4. Foraging Ecology of Bats in Forests
Michael J. Lacki, Sybill K. Amelon, and Michael D. Baker
5. Importance of Night Roosts to the Ecology of Bats
Patricia C. Ormsbee, James D. Kiser, and Stuart I. Perlmeter
6. Migration and Use of Autumn, Winter, and Spring Roosts by Tree Bats
Paul M. Cryan and Jacques P. Veilleux
7. Silvicultural Practices and Management of Habitat for Bats
James M. Guldin, William H. Emmingham, S. Andrew Carter, and David A. Saugey
8. The Influences of Forest Management on Bats in North America
John P. Hayes and Susan C. Loeb
9. Ecological Considerations for Landscape-level Management of Bats
Joseph E. Duchamp, Edward B. Arnett, Michael A. Larson, and Robert K. Swihart
10. Assessing Population Status of Bats in Forests: Challenges and Opportunities
Theodore J. Weller
11. Planning for Bats on Forest Industry Lands in North America
T. Bently Wigley, Darren A. Miller, and Greg K. Yarrow
Author Index
Species Index
Subject Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Bats -- Ecology -- North America.
Bats -- Effect of forest management on -- North America.
Bats -- Conservation -- North America.