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Midwest Bat Working Group
Indiana State University
Terre Haute, Indiana
April 3-4, 2014

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Day Two: April 4, 2014

Oral Presentations

Does Geomyces Destructans Infection Impair Reproductive Capacity in Myotis lucifugus?
L. Powers — University of Illinois

Biotic and Abiotic Factor Influencing the Environmental Persistence and Growth of Pseudogymnoascus destructans
D.B. Raudabaugh - University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Impacts of White-nose Syndrome on Bat Community Near Plainfield, Indiana
J.L. Pettit - Indiana State University

Bats and Pools
Z. Nickerson - Indiana State University

State Reports

Don't Forget the Guys! Male Indiana Bat Roost Selection in a Managed Forest
S.M. Bergeson - Indiana State University

Using Spatial Models to Predict Relative Bat Mortality at Wind Farms in the Central United States
L.A. Hooton - Normandeau Associates, Inc.

Digital Application for Bat Field Data Collection
K.A. Cunningham- Jackson Group

Factors Affecting the Probability of Acoustic Detection and Site Occupancy of Indiana Bats
Z. Kaiser and J.M. O'Keefe - Indiana State University

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