Robert M R Barclay
Robert M R Barclay
Professor, Biological Sciences, University of Calgary
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Barotrauma is a significant cause of bat fatalities at wind turbines
EF Baerwald, GH D'Amours, BJ Klug, RMR Barclay
Current biology 18 (16), R695-R696, 2008
Variation in bat and bird fatalities at wind energy facilities: assessing the effects of rotor size and tower height
RMR Barclay, EF Baerwald, JC Gruver
Canadian Journal of Zoology 85 (3), 381-387, 2007
Myotis lucifugus
MB Fenton
Mammalian species, 1-8, 1980
Population structure of temperate zone insectivorous bats in relation to foraging behaviour and energy demand
RMR Barclay
The Journal of Animal Ecology, 165-178, 1991
Roost-site selection and roosting ecology of forest-dwelling bats in southern British Columbia
MJ Vonhof, RMR Barclay
Canadian Journal of Zoology 74 (10), 1797-1805, 1996
Life histories of bats: life in the slow lane
RMR Barclay, LD Harder
Bat ecology 209, 253, 2003
Causes of bat fatalities at wind turbines: hypotheses and predictions
PM Cryan, RMR Barclay
Journal of Mammalogy 90 (6), 1330-1340, 2009
Foraging by bats in cleared, thinned and unharvested boreal forest
KJ Patriquin, RMR Barclay
Journal of Applied Ecology 40 (4), 646-657, 2003
Prey detection, dietary niche breadth, and body size in bats: why are aerial insectivorous bats so small?
RMR Barclay, RM Brigham
The American Naturalist 137 (5), 693-703, 1991
Bats are not birds—a cautionary note on using echolocation calls to identify bats: a comment
RMR Barclay
Journal of Mammalogy 80 (1), 290-296, 1999
A large‐scale mitigation experiment to reduce bat fatalities at wind energy facilities
EF Baerwald, J Edworthy, M Holder, RMR Barclay
The Journal of Wildlife Management 73 (7), 1077-1081, 2009
Patterns of daily torpor and day-roost selection by male and female big brown bats (Eptesicus fuscus)
IM Hamilton, RMR Barclay
Canadian Journal of Zoology 72 (4), 744-749, 1994
Ecomorphology of insectivorous bats: a test of predictions using two morphologically similar species
MB Saunders, RMR Barclay
Ecology 73 (4), 1335-1345, 1992
Interindividual use of echolocation calls: eavesdropping by bats
RMR Barclay
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 10 (4), 271-275, 1982
Social behavior of the little brown bat, Myotis lucifugus: I. Mating behavior
DW Thomas, MB Fenton, RMR Barclay
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 129-136, 1979
Selection of roosting and foraging habitat by bats in different‐aged aspen mixedwood stands
LH Crampton, RMR Barclay
Conservation Biology 12 (6), 1347-1358, 1998
Roosting Behavior and Roost-Site Preferences of Forest-Dwelling California Bats (Myotis californicus)
RM Brigham, MJ Vonhof, RMR Barclay, JC Gwilliam
Journal of mammalogy 78 (4), 1231-1239, 1997
Genetic analysis reveals demographic fragmentation of grizzly bears yielding vulnerably small populations
MF Proctor, BN McLellan, C Strobeck, RMR Barclay
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 272 (1579), 2409-2416, 2005
Long-versus short-range foraging strategies of hoary (Lasiurus cinereus) and silver-haired (Lasionycteris noctivagans) bats and the consequences for prey selection
RMR Barclay
Canadian Journal of Zoology 63 (11), 2507-2515, 1985
Ecology and behavior of bats roosting in tree cavities and under bark
RMR Barclay
Bats in forests, 17-59, 2007
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