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Anabat II detector mounted on a 3m pole oriented straight down toward a reflector plate angled at 45 degrees.   Detector was one component of a study to evaluate bat use of remnant trees within vineyards. This detector was placed in the middle of a nearby savannah, far from any tree.
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Anabat II detector mounted on a 3m pole oriented straight down toward a reflector plate angled at 45 degrees.   Detector was one component of a study to evaluate bat use of remnant trees within vineyards. This detector was placed in a nearby savannah just outside the canopy of a large oak tree.
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Detector placed at the edge of Searsville Lake.
Aeroecology focuses "on the planetary boundary layer, or aerosphere, and the myriad of organisms that, in large part, depend upon this environment for their existence" (Kunz et al. 2008). The primary mission of the Aeroecology Community is to act as a clearing house for remotely sensed data related to biological use of the aerosphere. This community aims to provide biological data collected from weather radar, portable radar, thermal imaging, and other applicable and emerging technologies.
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These raster data represent the results of a case study in Arizona on how vertebrate richness metrics can be used with existing state and federal guidance in wind and solar energy facility siting. Each of the four geodatabases (see Cross References) contain eight native terrestrial wildlife group models in Arizona: 1) all vertebrates, 2) amphibians, 3) reptiles, 4) birds, 5) mammals, 6) bats, 7) raptors and 8) long-distant migratory birds. An XML workbook is included that lists all terrestrial native vertebrate species in Arizona which cross-walks these species to the name of the National Gap Analysis Project species distribution model.
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Anabat II detector mounted on a 3m pole oriented straight down toward a reflector plate angled at 45 degrees. The detector was placed between a small grove of trees and pond behind Dows Prairie Elementary School. The objective of this detector was to determine species presence and activity levels throughout the year and to correlate them with weather variables from the ACV airport and compare to a similarly situated detector in Arcata.
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Detector placed by the San Lorenzo River along the Big Trees patch of old-growth in Henry Cowell State Park. The purpose of the detector was to measure passage of migratory tree bats during Fall 2012 and to provide some initial insights into use of old-growth vs 2nd growth habitat. The detector was part of a larger effort to understand the use of Coast Redwood throughout NW California by migratory bats.
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Anabat II detector with microphone on 1.5 m pole oriented straight down toward a reflector plate angled at 45 degrees. The detector was placed near the edge of a patch of conifers and directed toward the surrounding coastal grassland and abandoned nursery lands. The objective of this detector was simply to characterize species composition and activity levels throughout the year.
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These bat location estimates have been reported by Bogan and others (In press) and come in the form of a GIS shape file. Three species of nectar-feeding phyllostomid bats migrate north from Mexico into deserts of the United States (U.S.) each spring and summer to feed on blooms of columnar cacti and century plants (Agave spp). However, the habitat needs of these important desert pollinators are poorly understood. We followed the nighttime movements of two species of long-nosed bats (Leptonycteris yerbabuenae and L. nivalis) in an area of late-summer sympatry at the northern edges of their migratory ranges. We radiotracked bats in extreme southwestern New Mexico during 22 nights over two summers and acquired location...
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In this observational pilot study, we worked at the largest existing solar tower facility in the world (Ivanpah Solar Electric Generating System - ISEGS) to assess the efficacy of using radar, surveillance video, and insect trapping to monitor animals flying near the towers. During week-long site visits in May and September, we monitored the airspace surrounding towers and observed insects, occasional birds, and bats under a variety of environmental and operational conditions. This dataset consists of raster portable network graphics (png) images of the planned position indicator (ppi) display from a Furuno FR2127 portable radar unit to a maximum range of 1.5 km. A new image is written with each rotation of the...
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In this observational pilot study, we worked at the largest existing solar tower facility in the world (Ivanpah Solar Electric Generating System - ISEGS) to assess the efficacy of using radar, surveillance video, and insect trapping to monitor animals flying near the towers. During week-long site visits in May and September, we monitored the airspace surrounding towers and observed insects, occasional birds, and bats under a variety of environmental and operational conditions. This dataset enumerates invertebrates captured using both malaise and funnel traps placed on the ground in the immediate vicinity of solar towers in the locations shown in Figure 2 of the associated paper. The locational information below...
Our model is a full-annual-cycle population model {hostetler2015full} that tracks groups of bat surviving through four seasons: breeding season/summer, fall migration, non-breeding/winter, and spring migration. Our state variables are groups of bats that use a specific maternity colony/breeding site and hibernaculum/non-breeding site. Bats are also accounted for by life stages (juveniles/first-year breeders versus adults) and seasonal habitats (breeding versus non-breeding) during each year, This leads to four states variable (here depicted in vector notation): the population of juveniles during the non-breeding season, the population of adults during the non-breeding season, the population of juveniles during the...


map background search result map search result map Paso Robles Savannah -- No Tree -- 2013 Paso Robles Savannah -- Tree -- 2013 McKinleyville Land Trust -- 2nd half 2012 Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve-Lake1 Forest Service Nursery, McKinelyvill, CA. First half of 2012. Henry Cowell State Park - Big Trees - Fall 2012 Aeroecology Invertebrate Data Radar Data Radio telemetry data on nighttime movements of two species of migratory nectar-feeding bats (Leptonycteris) in Hidalgo County, New Mexico, late-summer 2004 and 2005 Landscape-scale wildlife species richness metrics McKinleyville Land Trust -- 2nd half 2012 Forest Service Nursery, McKinelyvill, CA. First half of 2012. Jasper Ridge Biological Preserve-Lake1 Henry Cowell State Park - Big Trees - Fall 2012 Paso Robles Savannah -- No Tree -- 2013 Paso Robles Savannah -- Tree -- 2013 Invertebrate Data Radar Data Radio telemetry data on nighttime movements of two species of migratory nectar-feeding bats (Leptonycteris) in Hidalgo County, New Mexico, late-summer 2004 and 2005 Landscape-scale wildlife species richness metrics