John P Hayes
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Temporal variation in activity of bats and the design of echolocation-monitoring studies
JP Hayes
Journal of Mammalogy 78 (2), 514-524, 1997
Statistical power analysis in wildlife research
RJ Steidl, JP Hayes, E Schauber
The Journal of Wildlife Management, 270-279, 1997
Altering turbine speed reduces bat mortality at wind‐energy facilities
EB Arnett, MMP Huso, MR Schirmacher, JP Hayes
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 9 (4), 209-214, 2011
Bat activity in thinned, unthinned, and old-growth forests in western Oregon
ML Humes, JP Hayes, MW Collopy
The Journal of Wildlife Management, 553-561, 1999
Assumptions and practical considerations in the design and interpretation of echolocation-monitoring studies
JP Hayes
Acta Chiropterologica 2 (02), 2000
Bats in forests: conservation and management
A Kurta, JP Hayes, MJ Lacki
Johns Hopkins University Press, 2007
Wildlife response to thinning young forests in the Pacific Northwest
JP Hayes, SS Chan, WH Emmingham, JC Tappeiner, LD Kellogg, ...
Journal of Forestry 95 (8), 28-33, 1997
The influences of forest management on bats in North America
JP Hayes
Bats in forests: conservation and management, 207-235, 2007
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
Statistical power analysis and amphibian population trends
JP Hayes, RJ Steidl
Conservation Biology 11 (1), 273-275, 1997
Variation in mitochondrial DNA and the biogeographic history of woodrats (Neotoma) of the eastern United States
JP Hayes, RG Harrison
Systematic Biology 41 (3), 331-344, 1992
Variability in sensitivity of Anabat II bat detectors and a method of calibration
DJ Larson, JP Hayes
Acta Chiropterologica 2 (02), 2000
Characteristics of logs used by western red-backed voles, Clethrionomys californicus, and deer mice, Peromyscus maniculatus.
JP Hayes, SP Cross
Canadian field-naturalist. Ottawa ON 101 (4), 543-546, 1987
The influence of forest management on headwater stream amphibians at multiple spatial scales
MA Stoddard, JP Hayes
Ecological applications 15 (3), 811-823, 2005
Response of birds to thinning young Douglas‐fir forests
JP Hayes, JM Weikel, MMP Huso
Ecological Applications 13 (5), 1222-1232, 2003
Effects of thinning on small mammals in Oregon coastal forests
N Suzuki, JP Hayes
The Journal of wildlife management, 352-371, 2003
Influence of vegetation on bat use of riparian areas at multiple spatial scales
HK Ober, JP Hayes
The Journal of Wildlife Management 72 (2), 396-404, 2008
Simulated stand characteristics and wood product yields from Douglas-fir plantations managed for ecosystem objectives
RJ Barbour, S Johnston, JP Hayes, GF Tucker
Forest Ecology and Management 91 (2-3), 205-219, 1997
Day-roosts of female long-eared myotis in western Oregon
DL Waldien, JP Hayes, EB Arnett
The Journal of wildlife management, 785-796, 2000
Effectiveness of changing wind turbine cut-in speed to reduce bat fatalities at wind facilities
EB Arnett, M Schirmacher, MMP Huso, JP Hayes
An annual report submitted to the Bats and Wind Energy Cooperative. Bat …, 2009
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