Acoustic Identification of Eight Species of Bat (Mammalia: Chiroptera) Inhabiting Forests of Southern Hokkaido, Japan: Potential for Conservation Monitoring

@inproceedings{Fukui2004AcousticIO,
  title={Acoustic Identification of Eight Species of Bat (Mammalia: Chiroptera) Inhabiting Forests of Southern Hokkaido, Japan: Potential for Conservation Monitoring},
  author={D. Fukui and N. Agetsuma and D. Hill},
  booktitle={Zoological science},
  year={2004}
}
  • D. Fukui, N. Agetsuma, D. Hill
  • Published in Zoological science 2004
  • Medicine, Biology
  • Abstract Assessing the impact of forest management on bat communities requires a reliable method for measuring patterns of habitat use by individual species. A measure of activity can be obtained by monitoring echolocation calls, but identification of species is not always straightforward. We assess the feasibility of using analysis of time-expanded echolocation calls to identify free-flying bats in the Tomakomai Experimental Forest of Hokkaido University, Hokkaido, northern Japan. Echolocation… CONTINUE READING
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