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NABat featured in new BCI publication

Updated: Feb 3

A recently published book from Bat Conservation International, Bat echolocation research: A handbook for planning and conducting acoustic studies, includes a chapter featuring case studies using NABat acoustic data. "Case Study 4: NABat acoustic monitoring allows inferences about bat populations at multiple spatial scales" lays out three examples of the program's utility in assessing current and future threats to bat species at multiple spatial scales. Read the full chapter, beginning on page 93, here.


Reichert, B.E., T.J. Rodhouse, S. Loeb, and J. Rae. 2020. Case Study 4: NABat acoustic monitoring allows inferences about bat populations at multiple spatial scales. In Fraser et al. (Eds.), Bat Echolocation Research: A handbook for planning and conducting acoustic studies (pp. 93-97). Second Edition. Bat Conservation International. Austin, TX.

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