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Bat Activity in Harvested and Intact Forest Stands in the Allegheny MountainsAuthor(s): Sheldon F. Owen; Michael A. Menzel; John W. Edwards; W. Mark Ford; Jennifer M. Menzel; Brian R. Chapman; Petra Bohall Wood; Karl V. Miller
Source: Northern Journal of Applied Forestry. 21(3): 154-159.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
Station: Northeastern Research Station
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CitationOwen, Sheldon F.; Menzel, Michael A.; Edwards, John W.; Ford, W. Mark; Menzel, Jennifer M.; Chapman, Brian R.; Wood, Petra Bohall; Miller, Karl V. 2004. Bat Activity in Harvested and Intact Forest Stands in the Allegheny Mountains. Northern Journal of Applied Forestry. 21(3): 154-159.
KeywordsAnabat, Appalachians, bat activity, riparian forests, timber harvest
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