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Kirstie J. Lawson, Cori L. Lausen, Kristen A. Mancuso, Logan A. Volkmann, T. J. Gooliaff, Jenna Hutchen, Kristine J. Teichman, Angelina J. Kelly, and Karen E. Hodges 2019. Bat activity and richness in beetle-killed forests in southern British Columbia, Journal of Mammalogy
Cori Lausen, Michael F. Proctor, David Nagorsen, Doug Burles, D. Paetkau, Erin Harmston, Karen Blejwas, Purnima Govindarajulu, Laura Friis 2018. Population genetics reveal Myotis keenii (Keen's myotis) and Myotis evotis (long-eared myotis) to be a single species, Canadian Journal of Zoology
Delanie Player, Cori Lausen, Beryl Zaitlin, Jori Harrison, David Paetkau, Erin Harmston 2017. An alternative minimally invasive technique for genetic sampling of bats- Wing swabs yield species identification, Wildlife Society Bulletin
Peter Ommundsen, Cori Lausen, and Laura Matthias 2017. First Acoustic Records of the Brazilian Free-Tailed Bat (Tadarida brasiliensis) In British Columbia, Northwestern Naturalist
Loeb, S.C., T.J. Rodhouse, L.E. Ellison, C.L. Lausen, J.D. Reichard, K.M. Irvine, T.E. Ingersoll, J.T.H. Coleman, W.E. Thogmartin, J.R. Sauer, C.M. Francis, M.L. Bayless, T.R. Stanley, and D.H. Johnson 2015. A plan for the North American Bat Monitoring Program (NABat),
Rosana Soares 2016. Environmental correlates and energetics of winter flight by bats in Southern Alberta, Canada, Canadian Journal of Zoology
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