Please use this identifier to cite or link to this item: https://hdl.handle.net/1959.11/56949
Title: Quantifying insectivorous-bat-mediated pest control in cotton production landscapes - Dataset
Contributor(s): Kolkert, Heidi  (creator); Reid, Nicholas  (supervisor)orcid ; Smith, Rhiannon  (supervisor); Rader, Romina  (supervisor)orcid 
Publication Date: 2020
Open Access: Yes
DOI: 10.25952/cs68-cs43Open Access Link
Handle Link: https://hdl.handle.net/1959.11/56949
Related Research Outputs: https://hdl.handle.net/1959.11/56948
Abstract/Context: The following data accompanies the thesis “Quantifying insectivorous-bat-mediated pest control in cotton production landscapes.” Chapters 2-7 and Appendix 7 to the thesis are written in paper format. Each excel data file is specific to each chapter and named accordingly. Data collection, analysis and methodology is described in each respective chapter of the thesis.
Publication Type: Dataset
Fields of Research (FoR) 2020: 410203 Ecosystem function
310302 Community ecology (excl. invasive species ecology)
310307 Population ecology
Socio-Economic Objective (SEO) 2020: 180602 Control of pests, diseases and exotic species in terrestrial environments
180301 Assessment and management of freshwater ecosystems
180606 Terrestrial biodiversity
Keywords: Bats
Diet
Insectivore
Agro-ecosystem
Agriculture
Cotton
Location: Boggabri, New South Wales, Australia
HERDC Category Description: X Dataset
Project: Quantifying insectivorous-bat-mediated pest control in cotton production landscapes
Dataset Managed By: Heidi Kolkert
Rights Holder: Heidi Kolkert
Dataset Stored at: University of New England
Primary Contact Details: Heidi Kolkert - Heidelberg_melon@hotmail.com
Dataset Custodian Details: Heidelberg_melon@hotmail.com - Heidelberg_melon@hotmail.com
Appears in Collections:Dataset
School of Environmental and Rural Science

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opendataset/Data file.xlsxDiet of two threatened insectivorous bats in a cotton agroecosystem: insights from a molecular study - Appendix 749.48 kBMicrosoft Excel XMLView/Open
opendataset/FMR equations (1).xlsxChapter 7. Insectivorous bats provide significant economic value to the Australian cotton industry - Chapter 7374.78 kBMicrosoft Excel XMLView/Open
opendataset/Studies3.xlsxChapter 2. Linkages between the economic value of insectivorous bats in crops and landscape factors: a systematic review - Chapter 29.12 MBMicrosoft Excel XMLView/Open
opendataset/Data for - Insectivorous bats selectively source moths and eat mostly pest insects on dryland and irrigated cotton farms.xlsChapter 3. Insectivorous bats selectively source moths and eat mostly pest insects on dryland and irrigated cotton farms - Chapter 33 MBMicrosoft ExcelView/Open
opendataset/R2_UNI.csvInsectivorous bats foraging in cotton crop interiors is driven by moon illumination and insect abundance, but diversity benefits from woody vegetation cover - Chapter 439.5 kBUnknownView/Open
opendataset/DataChp5.xlsxChapter 5. Prey removal in cotton crops next to woodland reveals periodic diurnal and nocturnal invertebrate predation gradients from the crop edge - Chapter 5985.3 kBMicrosoft Excel XMLView/Open
opendataset/Exclosure data- Chap6.xlsxChapter 6. Exclosures suggest that birds and bats are responsible for reduced arthropod pests at the crop edge in dryland cotton - Chapter 6115.02 kBMicrosoft Excel XMLView/Open
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