Robert M R Barclay
Robert M R Barclay
Emeritus 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
Life histories of bats: life in the slow lane
RMR Barclay, LD Harder, TH Kunz, MB Fenton
Bat ecology 209, 253, 2003
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
Causes of bat fatalities at wind turbines: hypotheses and predictions
PM Cryan, RMR Barclay
Journal of mammalogy 90 (6), 1330-1340, 2009
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
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
Fatalities at wind turbines may threaten population viability of a migratory bat
WF Frick, EF Baerwald, JF Pollock, RMR Barclay, JA Szymanski, ...
Biological Conservation 209, 172-177, 2017
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
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
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
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
Interindividual use of echolocation calls: eavesdropping by bats
RMR Barclay
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 10, 271-275, 1982
Ecology and behavior of bats roosting in tree cavities and under bark
RMR Barclay, A Kurta
Bats in forests: conservation and management (MJ LACKI, JP HAYES, and A …, 2007
Ecomorphology of insectivorous bats: a test of predictions using two morphologically similar species
MB Saunders, RMR Barclay
Ecology 73 (4), 1335-1345, 1992
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
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
The effect of reproductive condition on the foraging behavior of female hoary bats, Lasiurus cinereus
RMR Barclay
Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 24, 31-37, 1989
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