WNS Bibliography - Grey Literature

Grey Literature
The citations below comprise a partial collection grey literature, theses and dissertations, and opinion articles. Please contact jonathan_reichard@fws.gov with suggestions for additions or corrections.
This list was last updated 11 September 2013.

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References
  • AKIYOSHI D. E. and A. ROBBINS. 2011. Generation of Geomyces destructans specific monoclonal antibodies (oral presentation). 2011 White Nose Syndrome Symposium Abstracts of Presented Papers and Posters.
  • AKIYOSHI D. E., A. ROBBINS, C. STIHLER, S. PUECHMAILLE, D. REEDER, H. MORRISON. 2011. A transcriptome approach to study the host-pathogen interactions in WNS (oral presentation). 2011 White Nose Syndrome Symposium Abstracts of Presented Papers and Posters.
  • ALEY T. 2010. Management strategies for responding to white-nose syndrome in bats. National Speleological Society February:10-14.
  • AMELON S. ET AL. 2012. U.S. Forest Service research and development (USFS R/D) national science strategy on white-nose syndrome (WNS) Washington, DC: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Research and Development. 18 pp.
  • AMELON S. K., L. EGGERT, S. OYLER-MCCANCE. 2011. Conservation implications of WNS to an endangered species: Indiana bat (oral presentation). 2011White Nose Syndrome Symposium Abstracts of Presented Papers and Posters.
  • BAKER M. D. ET AL. 2011. Continuous remote monitoring of bat activity at WNS-affected and unaffected sites (poster presentation). 2011 White Nose Syndrome Symposium Abstracts of Presented Papers and Posters.
  • BALLMANN A. E. 2011. Understanding white-nose syndrome: A diagnostic update. 2011 White Nose Syndrome Symposium Abstracts of Presented Papers and Posters.
  • BARKER I. K. ET AL. 2011. Surveillance for white-nose syndrome in Canada. 2011 White Nose Syndrome Symposium Abstracts of Presented Papers and Posters.
  • BAT CONSERVATION INTERNATIONAL. 2008. White-nose syndrome: Science strategy meeting.
  • BAT CONSERVATION INTERNATIONAL. 2009. White-nose syndrome: Science strategy meeting II.
  • BOYLES J. G. 2009. Physiological and behavioral expression of hibernation in ecologically realistic settings. Doctor of Philosophy, Indiana State University, Terre Haute, IN.
  • CBSG. 2010. Insectivorous bat captive population feasibility workshop report. IUCN/SSC Conservation Breeding Specialist Group, Apple Valley, MN.
  • CHRISTENSEN N. and C. SANDENO. 2012. Social and economic values of caves on national forest lands: The case of the Monongahela National Forest. September 2012: Caves.org.
  • COLEMAN J. T. H. 2011. Current status of the research and management of white-nose syndrome. Pp. 3-12 in Proceedings of protection of threatened bats at coal mines: A technical interactive forum. (VORIES K. C. and A. H. CASWELL, eds.). USDOI Office of Surface Mining and Coal Research Center, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Illinois.
  • COLEMAN L. S. 2013. Assessing the impacts of white-nose syndrome induced mortality on the monitoring of a bat community at fort drum military installation. Masters of Science. Virginia Tech University, Blacksburg, VA.
  • CORNELISON C. T. 2013. Biological and chemical control options for Geomyces destructans and characterization of physiological responses to control effects. Doctor of Philosophy, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA.
  • DIVOLL T. 2013. Effects of white-nose syndrome on the bats of Acadia National Park. Biodiversity Research Institute. Report #N22(ACAD).
  • GRIENEISEN L. 2011. Hibernacula microclimate and white-nose syndrome susceptibility in the little brown myotis (Myotis lucifugus). Masters of Science, Bucknell University, Lewisburg, PA.
  • JULIUSSON L. M., K. S. MAYNE, A. J. TITOLO. 2011. A temperature-based GIS model suggesting risk for white nose syndrome in the west (powerpoint presentation). Caves.org.
  • KUNZ T. H. ET AL. 2011. White-nose syndrome: An overview of ongoing and future research needs. Pp. 195-209 in Proceedings of protection of threatened bats at coal mines: A technical interactive forum. (VORIES K. C. and A. H. CASWELL, eds.). USDOI Office of Surface Mining and Coal Research Center, Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, Illinois.
  • MILLER D. A., C. W. STIHLER, D. B. SASSE, R. REYNOLDS, P. VAN DEUSEN, S. B. CASTLEBERRY. 2011. Conservation and management of eastern big-eared bats (Corynorhinus spp.). Pp. 53-61 in Conservation and management of eastern big-eared bats: A symposium. (LOEB S. C., M. J. LACKI, D. A. MILLER, eds.).
  • MORSE S. 2009. New disease threatens bat conservation. Endangered Species Bulletin 34:10-12.
  • National Park Service. 2011. White-nose syndrome response plan. Mammoth Cave National Park. U.S. Department of the Interior. 47 pp.
  • NATIONAL WILDLIFE HEALTH CENTER. 2011. Sampling methods for detecting white-nose syndrome in bats based on available diagnostic tests (Version 1.2, revised March 27, 2011).
  • NILSSON S. 2012. Surveillance of Geomyces destructans in Swedish bats and bat hibernacula. Second Cycle, Veterinary Medicine Programme, Uppsala: SLU, Dept. of Biomedical Sciences and Veterinary Public Health.
  • PENNSYLVANIA GAME COMMISSION: BUREAU OF WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT. 2010. Annual report: Indiana bat (Myotis sodalis) hibernacula surveys. http://www.portal.state.pa.us/portal/server.pt?open=514&objID=621014&mode=2
  • SHACKELFORD J. 2009. Summer 2009 summary report for white-nose syndrome (WNS) outreach program at mammoth cave national park. USDI, National Park Service, Mammoth Cave, Kentucky:4 pp.
  • SLEEMAN J. 2011. Universal precautions for the management of bat white-nose syndrome (WNS). USGS National Wildlife Health Center, Madison, Wisconsin Wildlife Health Bulletin 2011-05.
  • SULLIVAN M. 2011. Interim policy on management of white nose syndrome in bats. U.S. Department of Defense.
  • SWEZEY C. S. and C. P. GARRITY. 2011. Notes on the geology and meteorology of sites infected with white-nose syndrome before July 2010 in the Southeastern United States. NSS News February 2011.
  • SZYMANSKI J. A., M. C. RUNGE, M. J. PARKIN, M. P. ARMSTRONG. 2009. White-nose syndrome management: Report on structured decision making initiative. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior.
  • U.S. FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE. 2012. North American bat death toll exceeds 5.5 million from white-nose syndrome. News Release January 17, 2012.
  • U.S. FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE. 2011. A national plan for assisting sates, federal agencies, and tribes in managing white-nose syndrome in bats. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of the Interior.17 pp.
  • VORIES K. C., A. H. CASWELL, T. M. PRICE. 2011. Proceedings of protecting threatened bats at coal mines: A technical interactive forum. USDOI Office of Surface Mining and Coal Research Center, Southern Illinois