• Krauel, J.J., Westbrook, J.K. & McCracken, G.F. (2015) Weather-driven dynamics in a dual-migrant system: moths and bats. Journal of Animal Ecology, 84, 604-614.  AbstractProof copy.


  • Krauel, J.J. & McCracken, G.F. (2014) Migratory Predators Adjust Foraging Behavior in Response to Migratory Prey. Integrative and Comparative Biology, 54, E115-E115.  Paper presented at SICB conference.


  • Krauel, J.J. & McCracken G.F., 2013. Recent Trends in Bat Migration Research. In: Bat Evolution, Ecology, and Conservation (Adams, R. & S. Pedersen, eds). Springer Science, NY, NY.  Book chapter. The book is pretty expensive, so if you’re a student or can’t afford the whole book but want to read or cite my chapter, email me and I can send you a copy.


  • Krauel, J.J. & LeBuhn, G., Patterns of bat distribution and foraging activity in a highly urbanized environment.  In revision for submission to Urban Ecosystems, based on my Master’s thesis.







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