López-Baucells, A., Rowley, S., Rocha, R., Bobrowiec, P.E., Palmeirim, J.M., Farneda, F.Z., & Meyer, C.F. (in press) Interplay between local and landscape-scale effects on the taxonomic, functional and phylogenetic diversity of aerial insectivorous Neotropical bats. Landscape Ecology DOI : 10.1007/s10980-022-01493-x
Sarah Rowley, Adrià López-Baucells, Ricardo Rocha & Christoph F. J. Meyer (2021) Interplay between local- and landscape-scale characteristics in shaping aerial insectivorous bat responses across a fragmented Amazonian landscape.
- British Ecological Society – Ecology Across Borders. 13-15 December 2021. Liverpool, UK.
- Association for Tropical Biology and Conservation. 21-23 July 2021. Virtual meeting.
- 15th European Bat Research Symposium. 4-7 May 2021. Virtual meeting. (Third place, in student competition for best oral presentation)
- 5th British Bat Research Symposium. 11 March 2021. Virtual meeting.
Social Media @sarahrowley1980
2nd World Bat Twitter Conference – #WBTC2. 26 May 2021.
The BES Conservation Ecology & Tropical Ecology Joint Twitter Conference – #TropiCon20. 6 Nov 2020.
Bats – they’re not just for Halloween – Cheshire Life (Oct 2020)
Rowley, S. (2019) Comparing insectivorous bat community structure between locally defined forest types in the Ecuadorian Amazon. BSc thesis. Manchester Metropolitan University, UK.