Silvicultural practices and management of habitat for bats

  • Author(s): Guldin, James M.; Emmingham, William H.; Carter, S. Andrew; Saugey, David A.
  • Date: 2007
  • Source: In: Lacki, Michael J.; Hayes, John P.; Kurta, Allen, eds. Bats in forests: Conservation and management. Baltimore, MD: The Johns Hopkins University Press: 177-205

Abstract

The twenty-first century has seen a shift in the philosophy and practice of forestry. Historic assumptions that prevailed as recently as three decades ago have been challenged in light of new-concepts and practices, developed through advances in research and lessons from practical experience. The goals of forcst management today encompass a wider array of resources than in the past, and managers are using a wider range of tools and techniques to provide them.

  • Citation: Guldin, James M.; Emmingham, William H.; Carter, S. Andrew; Saugey, David A. 2007. Silvicultural practices and management of habitat for bats. In: Lacki, Michael J.; Hayes, John P.; Kurta, Allen, eds. Bats in forests: Conservation and management. Baltimore, MD: The Johns Hopkins University Press: 177-205

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