During recent years the
interest for bats, bat mapping and research has escalated in the Nordic
countries. A number of persons are now involved in several projects. First it
was discussed whether or not to make a Norwegian newsletter. However, from an
ecological standpoint, it would be more appropriate to include Fennoscandia as a
geographic region. This would promote cooperation, development and awareness
within this region. Secondly, this newsletter would give useful information for
the authorities managing bats through
the European Bats Agreement.
Fennoscandian Bats logo by Martin Tjernberg.
Fennoscandian Bats is an international newsletter distributed to more than 25 countries with a circulation of 500. In addition, Fennoscandian Bats is distributed to other newsletter publishers, scientists, libraries and management authorities.
The newsletter is being published occasionally with a biannual preference.
Fennoscandian Bats include news primarily from Norway, Sweden, Finland and the Russian Karelia. For practical reasons Denmark has been included.
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Any person or organization may contribute with articles or notes to Fennoscandian Bats. However, news concerning Fennoscandia will be given a priority.
Except for the names of countries, all names of places are to be written in the local language. If the local name (e.g. Lappish) deviates from the common usage, please include both names. If possible, please avoid to consider political boundaries in your text.
The standard language being used is US English. However, articles are also excepted in Danish, Finnish, Lappish, Norwegian, Russian and Swedish.
When writing the reference list to your article, please follow the lay-out of Mammalian Species, or preferably, check back issues of Fennoscandian Bats. International standard book number1 (ISBN) and international standard serial number2 (ISSN) must be included, as recommended by the United Nations Educational, Scientific, and Cultural Organization (UNESCO). If a publication does not have such a number, this most be indicated (e.g. "No ISBN").
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This list will soon be updated.
Index for Fennoscandian Bats nos. 1 - 5 (1994-1997)
Auguiar, Ludmilla M. de S. & Valdir A. Taddei. 1996. Chiroptera Neotropical. Fennoscandian Bats 4: 4.
Blencowe, Eric. 1996. The EUROBATS Secretariat. Fennoscandian Bats 4: 1-2.
Blencowe, Erik & Peter Boye. 1996. New Initiatives for the Conservation of Bats in Europe. Fennoscandian Bats 4: 2.
Gjerde, Leif. 1994. Background for Fennoscandian Bats. Fennoscandian Bats 1: 1.
Gjerde, Leif. 1994. Pettersson Elektronik AB launches new detectors. Fennoscandian Bats 2: 1.
Gjerde, Leif. 1994. Hibernocula destroyed, 3000 bats killed in Rogaland County. Fennoscandian Bats 2: 2-3.
Gjerde, Leif. 1995. Mapping advertisement calling Vespertilio murinus. Fennoscandian Bats 3: 1,4.
Gjerde, Leif & Halvard Helgø. 1995. First record of Nyctalus noctula (Schreber, 1774) in Norway. Fennoscandian Bats 3: 2-4.
Haukkovaara, Olli. 1997. The first bat conservation area of Finland. Fennoscandian Bats 5: 1-2.
Jong, Johnny de. 1994. Distribution patterns and habitat use by bats in relation to landscape heterogeneity, and and consequences for conservation. Fennoscandian Bats 2: 2.
Prieman, Julia. 1997. Atlas of Dutch Bats. Investigation on distriburtion and ecology. Fennoscandian Bats 5: 4.
Fennoscandian Bats 1 - 1. June 1994.
NØBI and Pettersson donate detectors to Bulgaria. Pp. 1.
Atlas on bats in South-Eastern Norway. Pp. 1.
Popular Bat Excurtions. Pp. 1.
Østensjøvannet - an eldorado of bats. Pp. 1.
Book reviews and meeting announcements are not included in this index.
Last updated 19 October 2018