Erin Gillam

Department of Biological Sciences
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Office:  Stevens 327
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Research Interests

Understanding how ecological, evolutionary, and behavioral factors influence the structure of acoustic communication signals.  Behavioral context and function of social calls in a variety of species.  Ecology of bats and other mammals in the Great Plains.

Recent Publications

McCracken, G. F., Lee, Y. F., Gillam, E. H., Frick, W., & Krauel, J. (2021). Bats Flying at High Altitudes. In 50 Years of Bat Research (pp. 189-205). Springer, Cham.

Frick, W. F., Russell, A., & Gillam, E. H. (2021). Contributions of women and creating a culture of inclusivity at the North American society for bat research. In 50 Years of Bat Research (pp. 23-40). Springer, Cham.

Cortes, K. M., & Gillam, E. H. (2020). Assessing the use of rivers as migratory corridors for temperate bats. Journal of Mammalogy101(2), 448-454.

Boyer, A., Karevold, H., Kreuger, D. T., Dochtermann, N. A., & Gillam, E. H. (2020). Behavioural repeatability in the Big Brown Bat, Eptesicus fuscus. Behaviour157(8-9), 699-717.

Nelson, J. J., & Gillam, E. H. (2020). Influences of Landscape Features on Bat Activity in North Dakota. The Journal of Wildlife Management84(2), 382-389.


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