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Paul Lintott
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Ecological impact assessments fail to reduce risk of bat casualties at wind farms
P Lintott, S Richardson, D Hosken, S Fensome, M Fiona
Current Biology 26 (21), 1135-1136, 2016
572016
Testing the effectiveness of surveying techniques in determining bat community composition within woodland
PR Lintott, E Fuentes-Montemayor, D Goulson, KJ Park
Wildlife Research 40 (8), 675-684, 2014
562014
Differential responses of cryptic bat species to the urban landscape
PR Lintott, K Barlow, N Bunnefeld, P Briggs, C Gajas Roig, KJ Park
Ecology and Evolution 6 (7), 2044-2052, 2016
542016
Opportunities for improving the foraging potential of urban waterways for bats
PR Lintott, N Bunnefeld, KJ Park
Biological Conservation 191, 224-233, 2015
532015
Moth species richness, abundance and diversity in fragmented urban woodlands: implications for conservation and management strategies
PR Lintott, N Bunnefeld, E Fuentes-Montemayor, J Minderman, ...
Biodiversity and Conservation 23, 2875-2901, 2014
472014
Bat use of commercial coniferous plantations at multiple spatial scales: Management and conservation implications
L Kirkpatrick, SJ Maher, Z Lopez, PR Lintott, SA Bailey, D Dent, KJ Park
Biological Conservation 206, 1-10, 2017
442017
City life makes females fussy: sex differences in habitat use of temperate bats in urban areas
PR Lintott, N Bunnefeld, E Fuentes-Montemayor, J Minderman, ...
Royal Society Open Science 1 (3), 140200, 2014
442014
Differential responses to woodland character and landscape context by cryptic bats in urban environments
PR Lintott, N Bunnefeld, J Minderman, E Fuentes-Montemayor, ...
PLoS One 10 (5), e0126850, 2015
402015
Peaks in bat activity at turbines and the implications for mitigating the impact of wind energy developments on bats
SM Richardson, PR Lintott, DJ Hosken, T Economou, F Mathews
Scientific Reports 11 (1), 3636, 2021
392021
Understanding the risk to European protected species (bats) at onshore wind turbine sites to inform risk management
F Mathews, S Richardson, P Lintott, D Hosken
192016
Ecobat: An online resource to facilitate transparent, evidence‐based interpretation of bat activity data
PR Lintott, S Davison, J van Breda, L Kubasiewicz, D Dowse, J Daisley, ...
Ecology and Evolution 8 (2), 935-941, 2018
122018
An evidence-based approach to specifying survey effort in ecological assessments of bat activity
SM Richardson, PR Lintott, DJ Hosken, F Mathews
Biological Conservation 231, 98-102, 2019
102019
Satellite megaclusters could fox night-time migrations
C Lintott, P Lintott
Nature 586 (7831), 674-675, 2020
72020
Reviewing the evidence on mitigation strategies for bats in buildings: informing best-practice for policy makers and practitioners
P Lintott, F Mathews
Chartered Institute of Ecology and Environmental Management (CIEEM), 2018
72018
Lighting up our waterways: Impacts of a current mitigation strategy on riparian bats
J Hooker, P Lintott, E Stone
Environmental Pollution 307, 119552, 2022
62022
Basic mathematical errors may make ecological assessments unreliable
PR Lintott, F Mathews
Biodiversity and conservation 27, 265-267, 2018
52018
The distribution and habitat preferences of bats in a temperate urban landscape
P Lintott
University of Stirling, 2015
32015
Assessing the impact of festival music on bat activity
J Hooker, E Daley, E Stone, P Lintott
Ecological Solutions and Evidence 4 (2), e12250, 2023
22023
What drives bat activity at field boundaries?
T Foxley, P Lintott, E Stone
Journal of Environmental Management 329, 117029, 2023
22023
Standardised and referenced acoustic monitoring reliably estimates bat fatalities at wind turbines: comments on ‘Limitations of acoustic monitoring at wind turbines to evaluate …
O Behr, K Barré, F Bontadina, R Brinkmann, M Dietz, T Disca, ...
Mammal Review 53 (2), 65-71, 2023
12023
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