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Because bats need very specific microclimate conditions for hibernation, they are very sensitive to climate change. For many species, range shifts and extinctions are expected. It is therefore very important to investigate to what extent the hibernation objects are or can be made climate-robust. In addition, most species are strongly bound to landscape elements for their migration, and good connectivity is essential to allow movements under the influence of climate.
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Thematic List 2020
- Protected nature
- 2 Lecture and oral contribution
Differences in hibernation strategy of bats in relation to the physical characteristics and availability of hibernacula
Ralf Gyselings (Invited speaker), Luc De Bruyn (Invited speaker), Tomasz Kokurewicz (Invited speaker), Alek Rachwald (Invited speaker), Grzegorz Apoznański (Invited speaker) & Lucinda Kirkpatrick (Invited speaker)7-Aug-2022 → 12-Aug-2022
Activity: Talk or presentation types › Lecture and oral contribution
De Bruyn, L. & Gyselings, R., 2021, In: INBO Nieuwsbrief. maart 2021
Research output: Contribution to journal › Contribution to INBO NieuwsbriefOpen Access
Gyselings, R., De Bruyn, L., Kirkpatrick, L., Rachwald, A., Apoznański, G. & Kokurewicz, T., 5-May-2021. 37 p.
Research output: Contribution to conference › Paper/Powerpoint/Abstract26 Downloads (Pure)
Temperature driven hibernation site use in the Western barbastelle Barbastella barbastellus (Schreber, 1774)De Bruyn, L., Gyselings, R., Kirkpatrick, L., Rachwald, A., Apoznański, G. & Kokurewicz, T., 14-Jan-2021, In: Scientific Reports. 11, 1464.
Research output: Contribution to journal › A1: Web of Science-article › peer-reviewOpen AccessFile2411 Downloads (Pure)