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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
452017
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
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
422021
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
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
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
Satellite megaclusters could fox night-time migrations
C Lintott, P Lintott
Nature 586 (7831), 674-675, 2020
62020
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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