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
1632007
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
1482003
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
1381995
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
1252007
Day-roost characteristics of northern bats in mixed mesophytic forest
MJ Lacki, JH Schwierjohann
The Journal of Wildlife Management, 482-488, 2001
1202001
Selection of day roosts by red bats in mixed mesophytic forests
JT Hutchinson, MJ Lacki
The Journal of wildlife management, 87-94, 2000
1122000
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
1052009
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
921994
Habitat use by bats in fragmented forests
SD Grindal
Bats and Forests Symposium, Victoria, British Columbia 19, 21, 1995
90*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
841986
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
791997
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
762012
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
711999
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
682007
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
621999
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
552006
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
542007
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
532016
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
522009
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
482008
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