Presentations

  • Bernard, R., J. Foster, E. Willcox, K. Parise & G. McCracken. Variation in load and prevalence of Pseudogymnoascus destructans on active bats during winter in Tennessee.
    • 2014 Tennessee Bat Working Group Meeting, Oral Presentation
      • Fall Creek Falls State Park, TN
  • Bernard, R., J. Foster, E. Willcox, K. Parise & G. McCracken. Variation in load and prevalence of Pseudogymnoascus destructans on active bats during winter in the Southeastern United States.
    • 44th Annual North American Society for Bat Research, Oral Presentation
      • Albany, NY
  • Bernard, R., J. Foster, E. Willcox, K. Parise & G. McCracken. Surveillance for the presence of Pseudogymnoascus destructans on captured bats in the Southeastern United States. 
    • 2014 USFWS WNS Workshop, Oral Presentation
      • St. Louis, MO
  • Bernard, R., J. Carr & G. McCracken. Changes in winter activity of bats in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park due to White-nose Syndrome, Oral presentations
    • 2013 NASBR/IBRC
      • San Jose, Costa Rica
    • 2013 Tennessee Bat Working Group Meeting
      • Fall Creek Falls, TN
    • 2014 Discover Life in America Annual Conference
      • Gatlinburg, Tennessee
  • Bernard, R., J. Carr & G. McCracken. 2013. Changes in winter activity of bats in the Great Smoky Mountains National Park due to White-nose Syndrome. 
    • Oak Ridge National Laboratory Women in Science poster session, Poster presentation
    • Oak Ridge, Tennessee
  • Bernard, R. Bat ecology and the relevance of White-nose Syndrome, Invited oral presentation
    • Wildlife Disease Association: White-nose Syndrome Workshop
    • Knoxville, Tennessee
  • Bernard, R.  Biology, Behavior, & Benefits of Bats in Tennessee.
    • Guest Lecture: 2013, 2014
    • Wildlife & Fisheries Science Class at the University of Tennessee, Oral presentation
    • Knoxville, Tennessee
  • Bernard, R. 2012. Biology, Behavior, & Benefit of Bats.
    • Community Education Talk at the Silver Falls Library, Oral presentation
    • Silverton, Oregon
  • Bernard, R. & G. McCracken. 2012. Winter behavior of bats in Tennessee: Possibility for refugia from White-nose Syndrome.
    • Tennessee Bat Working Group Meeting, Oral presentation
    • Fall Creek Falls State Park, Tennessee  
  • Bernard, R. & G. McCracken. 2012. Winter behavior of bats in Tennessee: Possibility for refugia from White-nose Syndrome.
    • North American Society for Bat Research Symposium (42nd Annual), Oral presentation
    •  San Juan, Puerto Rico
  • Bernard, R. 2011. What do coqui frogs eat? A look into an invasive frog's diet.
    • 3rd Annual TCBES Student Symposium, Oral presentation
    • University of Hawaii at Hilo
  • Bernard, R. 2010. Dietary overlap: Links between an invasive frog and an endemic bat on the Island of Hawaii
    • North American Society for Bat Research Symposium (40th Annual), Oral presentation
    • Denver, Colorado
  • Bernard, R. 2010. Dietary overlap: Links between an invasive frog on an endemic bat on the Island of Hawaii
    • USGS Brown Bag Seminar Series, Oral presentation
    • Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Hawaii
  • Bernard, R. 2010. Foraging overlap: The possible impacts of an invasive frog on an endemic bat on the Island of Hawaii (Thesis  Proposal)
    • 2nd Annual TCBES Student Symposium, Oral presentation
    • University of Hawaii at Hilo
  • Bernard, R. 2006. Absence/Presence survey of Mabi 5b Mammals: Providing Baseline data for Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service. Poster presentation
    • Community Environmental Outreach Conference
    • Sponsored by the School for Field Studies Center for Rainforest Studies
    • Yungaburra, North Queensland, Australia 4884

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