Michael J Lacki
Michael J Lacki
Professor of Wildlife Ecology and Management, University of Kentucky
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Bats in forests: conservation and management
MJLJP Hayes, A Kurta, MD Tuttle
JHU Press, 2007
Habitat management for forest-roosting bats of North America: a critical review of habitat studies
DA Miller, EB Arnett, MJ Lacki
Wildlife Society Bulletin 31 (1), 30-30, 2003
An assessment of habitat quality for northern bobwhite in tall fescue-dominated fields
TG Barnes, LA Madison, JD Sole, MJ Lacki
Wildlife Society Bulletin, 231-237, 1995
Foraging ecology of bats in forests
MJ Lacki, SK Amelon, MD Baker
Bats in forests: conservation and management (MJ LACKI, JP HAYES, and A …, 2007
Day-roost characteristics of northern bats in mixed mesophytic forest
MJ Lacki, JH Schwierjohann
The Journal of Wildlife Management, 482-488, 2001
Selection of day roosts by red bats in mixed mesophytic forests
JT Hutchinson, MJ Lacki
The Journal of wildlife management, 87-94, 2000
Response of northern bats (Myotis septentrionalis) to prescribed fires in eastern Kentucky forests
MJ Lacki, DR Cox, LE Dodd, MB Dickinson
Journal of Mammalogy 90 (5), 1165-1175, 2009
Foraging areas and habitat use of the Virginia big-eared bat in Kentucky
MD Adam, MJ Lacki, TG Barnes
The Journal of wildlife management, 462-469, 1994
Habitat use by bats in fragmented forests
SD Grindal
Bats and Forests Symposium, Victoria, British Columbia 19, 21, 1995
Effects of wild pigs on beech growth in Great Smoky Mountains National Park
MJ Lacki, RA Lancia
The Journal of wildlife management, 655-659, 1986
Short-term changes in bird communities in response to silvicultural prescriptions
MD Baker, MJ Lacki
Forest ecology and management 96 (1-2), 27-36, 1997
Forest structure affects trophic linkages: how silvicultural disturbance impacts bats and their insect prey
LE Dodd, MJ Lacki, ER Britzke, DA Buehler, PD Keyser, JL Larkin, ...
Forest Ecology and Management 267, 262-270, 2012
Roost selection, population size and habitat use by a colony of Rafinesque's big-eared bats (Corynorhinus rafinesquii)
TE Hurst, MJ Lacki
The American Midland Naturalist 142 (2), 363-371, 1999
Migration and use of autumn, winter, and spring roosts by tree bats
PM Cryan, JP Veilleux
Bats in Forests. Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, MD, 153-175, 2007
Occurrence of moths among habitats in a mixed mesophytic forest: implications for management of forest bats
LS Burford, MJ Lacki, CV Covell Jr
Forest Science 45 (3), 323-332, 1999
Day‐roosting habitat of female long‐legged myotis in ponderosa pine forests
MD Baker, MJ Lacki
The Journal of wildlife management 70 (1), 207-215, 2006
Bats in forests: what we know and what we need to learn
RM Brigham
Bats in forests: conservation and management. Johns Hopkins University Press …, 2007
Insectivorous bats and silviculture: balancing timber production and bat conservation
B Law, KJ Park, MJ Lacki
Bats in the Anthropocene: conservation of bats in a changing world, 105-150, 2016
Meta-analysis of summer roosting characteristics of two species of Myotis bats
MJ Lacki, DR Cox, MB Dickinson
The American Midland Naturalist 162 (2), 318-326, 2009
Variation in moth occurrence and implications for foraging habitat of Ozark big-eared bats
LE Dodd, MJ Lacki, LK Rieske
Forest Ecology and Management 255 (11), 3866-3872, 2008
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