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Di ff erential use of highway underpasses by bats

@inproceedings{Bhardwaja2017DiFE,
  title={Di ff erential use of highway underpasses by bats},
  author={Manish Bhardwaja and K. Soanesa and T. M. Strakaa and J. J. Lahoz-Monforta and L. F. Lumsdenc and R. van der Reea},
  year={2017}
}
  • Manish Bhardwaja, K. Soanesa, +3 authors R. van der Reea
  • Published 2017
  • Roads can form barriers to movement for many species, and may reduce the ability of individuals to access foraging and breeding habitat. The impacts of roads on terrestrial fauna has been well studied, however little is known of the impact of roads on insectivorous bats. Wildlife crossing structures (e.g. fauna underpasses) may reduce the barrier impacts of roads and improve connectivity across roads. Use of underpasses by wildlife likely varies among species depending on their movement… CONTINUE READING

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