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  • Roost selection by male northern long-eared bats (Myotis septentrionalis) in a managed fire-adapted forest 

    Author(s):Alston, Jesse; Abernethy, Ian; Keinath, Douglas; Goheen, Jacob; Alston, Jesse; Abernethy, Ian; Keinath, Douglas; Goheen, Jacob
    Date:2019-05
    Wildlife conservation in multi-use landscapes requires identifying and conserving critical resources that may otherwise be destroyed or degraded by human activity. Summer day-roost sites are critical resources for bats, ...
  • Reciprocity in restoration ecology: when might large carnivore reintroduction restore ecosystems? 

    Author(s):Alston, Jesse; Goheen, Jacob; Maitland, Bryan; Brito, Brittany; Hays, Brandon; Esmaeili, Saeideh; Jesmer, Brett; Molina, Francisco; Alston, Jesse; Goheen, Jacob; Maitland, Bryan; Brito, Brittany; Hays, Brandon; Esmaeili, Saeideh; Jesmer, Brett; Molina, Francisco
    Date:2019
    Carnivore reintroduction is often expected to revert community and ecosystem properties to their natural states via risk effects and the direct killing of prey. Because large carnivore extirpation and reintroduction are ...