View footage of bats exiting a cave taken from a corresponding study done by Dr. Kunz. In this activity, students are guided through "a day in the life" of a bat researcher where they count bats and draw conclusions from this data.
Watch a video interview on new technologies the authors are using in a separate study. How can this technology be used to study WNS?
This activity provides data on the spread of WNS since this study was published (connects to Figure 2).
This activity provides links to articles detailing parallel scientific studies of pathogen pollution in plants.
This is a collection of links to laboratory exercises that can be used in connection with the bat paper.
This activity highlights recommendations from The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service report: A National Plan for Assisting States, Federal Agencies, and Tribes in Managing White-Nose Syndrome in Bats.
Data provided by Dr. Frick that was not presented in the paper but can be used by students in a graphing activity. This activity connects to Figure 3.
Students can use the data in the excell spreadsheet provided below to reconstruct Figure 3.