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White-Nose Syndrome Bibliography


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4297Book, Whole Reference 1 of 756
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Geological Survey. Bat with White-nose syndrome confirmed in Washington State
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2016
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4380Book, Whole Reference 2 of 756
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Geological Survey. Bat with White-nose syndrome confirmed in Washington State
Source
2016
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4464Book, Whole Reference 3 of 756
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Geological Survey. Bat with White-nose syndrome confirmed in Washington State
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2016
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4269Book, Whole Reference 4 of 756
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White-nose syndrome: the devastating disease of hibernating bats in North America
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2014, Fish and Wildlife Service, Hadley
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4352Book, Whole Reference 5 of 756
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White-nose syndrome: the devastating disease of hibernating bats in North America
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2014, Fish and Wildlife Service, Hadley
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4436Book, Whole Reference 6 of 756
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White-nose syndrome: the devastating disease of hibernating bats in North America
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2014, Fish and Wildlife Service, Hadley
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4309Book, Whole Reference 7 of 756
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Bat White-nose Syndrome (WNS)/Pd surveillance submission guidelines
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2013, USGS National Wildlife Health Center, Madison
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4392Book, Whole Reference 8 of 756
Book Title
Bat White-nose Syndrome (WNS)/Pd surveillance submission guidelines
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2013, USGS National Wildlife Health Center, Madison
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4476Book, Whole Reference 9 of 756
Book Title
Bat White-nose Syndrome (WNS)/Pd surveillance submission guidelines
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2013, USGS National Wildlife Health Center, Madison
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4323Book, Whole Reference 10 of 756
Book Title
Gray Bat (Myotis grisescens) 5-year review: summary and evaluation
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2009, Fish and Wildlife Service, Columbia
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4406Book, Whole Reference 11 of 756
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Gray Bat (Myotis grisescens) 5-year review: summary and evaluation
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2009, Fish and Wildlife Service, Columbia
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4490Book, Whole Reference 12 of 756
Book Title
Gray Bat (Myotis grisescens) 5-year review: summary and evaluation
Source
2009, Fish and Wildlife Service, Columbia
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4322Book, Whole Reference 13 of 756
Book Title
Gray bat recovery plan
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1982, Fish and Wildlife Serivce, St. Louis
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4405Book, Whole Reference 14 of 756
Book Title
Gray bat recovery plan
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1982, Fish and Wildlife Serivce, St. Louis
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4489Book, Whole Reference 15 of 756
Book Title
Gray bat recovery plan
Source
1982, Fish and Wildlife Serivce, St. Louis
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  WNS
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4164Generic Reference 16 of 756
Title, Primary
Brook CE, Dobson AP: Bats as ‘special’ reservoirs for emerging zoonotic pathogens. Trends Microbiol. 2015;23(3):172-180
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4197Generic Reference 17 of 756
Title, Primary
Marsh SGE, Parham P, Barber LD. 11 - HLA POlymorphism, Peptide-binding Motifs and T-Cell Epitopes. In: The HLA FactsBook. London: Academic Press; 2000:61-72
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  WNS
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4273Generic Reference 18 of 756
Title, Primary
Maine JJ, Boyles JG. Bats initiate vital agroecological interactions in corn. Proc Natl Acad Sci. 2015:1–6. doi:10.1073/pnas.1505413112
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4289Generic Reference 19 of 756
Title, Primary
Boyles JG, Boyles E, Dunlap RK, Johnson SA, Brack V. Long-term microclimate measurements add further evidence there is no “optimal” temperature for bat hibernation. Mamm Biol. 2017; doi:10.1016/j.mambio.2017.03.003
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4295Generic Reference 20 of 756
Title, Primary
Bernard RF, McCracken GF. Winter behavior of bats and the progression of White-nose syndrome in the southeastern United States. Ecol Evol. 2017:1–10. doi:10.1002/ece3.2772
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4296Generic Reference 21 of 756
Title, Primary
Weather Underground. 2016. https://www.wunderground.com. Accessed 6 July 2016
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4301Generic Reference 22 of 756
Title, Primary
Flock B. Tennessee bat population monitoring and white nose syndrome surveillance. 2013. Retrieved from: http://www.tnbwg.org/Files/13-22%202013%20Bat%20Population%20Monitoring%20and%20White%20Nose%20Syndrome%20Surveillance.pdf
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4302Generic Reference 23 of 756
Title, Primary
Holliday C. White-nose syndrome disease surveillance and bat population monitoring report. 2012. Retrieved from: http://www.tnbwg.org/2012%20White%20Nose%20Syndrome%20Report.pdf
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4303Generic Reference 24 of 756
Title, Primary
Samoray S. White-nose syndrome monitoring and bat population survey of hibernacula in Tennessee. 2011. Retrieved from: http://www.tnbwg.org/2011%20Tennessee%20Hibernaculum%20Survey%20Report_FINAL.pdf
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4314Generic Reference 25 of 756
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Bates D, Maechler M, Bolker B, Walker S. lme4: Linear mixed-effects models using “Eigen” and S4. In: R package version 1.1–13. 2017
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