Publications & Science Communiation


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.

Presented at:

  • 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.

Lightening Tweet #TropiCon20
Science Communication

Bats – they’re not just for Halloween – Cheshire Life (Oct 2020)

Writing for Cheshire Wildlife Trust

Rowley, S. (2019) Comparing insectivorous bat community structure between locally defined forest types in the Ecuadorian Amazon. BSc thesis. Manchester Metropolitan University, UK.

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