Peer Reviewed Papers
Wakefield, A., Broyles, M., Stone, E., Jones, G., Harris, S. (2016) Experimentally comparing the attractiveness of domestic lights to insects: do LEDs attract fewer insects than conventional light types?" Ecology and Evolution, DOI: 10.1002/ece3.2527.
Wakefield, A., Broyles, M., Stone, E., Harris, S., Jones, G. (2016) Quantifying the attractiveness of new and old street light technologies to aerial nocturnal insects. Journal of Applied Ecology, in submission.
Zeale, M.R.K., Bennitt, E., Newson, S.E., Packman, C., Browne, W.J., Harris, S., Jones, G., & Stone, E.L. (2016) Mitigating the impact of bats in historic churches: the response of Natterer’s bats (Myotis nattereri) to artificial roosts and deterrence. PLOS ONE, 11, doi.org / 10.1371/journal. pone.0146782.
Rowse, E.G., Lewanzik, D., Stone, E.L., Harris, S., Jones, G. (2016) Dark matters: the effects of artificial lighting on bats. In Bats in the Anthropocene: Conservation of Bats in a Changing World. C.C. Voigt and T. Kingston, (eds.). Springer International Publishing: Cham. p. 187-213.
Stone, E.L., Harris, S., & Jones, G. (2015) Invited paper, Impact of artificial lighting on bats: A review of challenges and solutions. Mammalian Biology, doi:10.1016/j.mambio.2015.02.004
Stone, E.L., Zeale, M.R.K., Newson, S., Browne, W.J., Harris, S., & Jones, G. (2015) Managing bat-human conflict: the response of house-dwelling soprano pipistrelles (Pipistrellus pygmaeus) to exclusion. PLOS ONE, 10, e0131825, doi/ 10.1371/journal.pone.0131825
Stone, E.L., Wakefield, A., Jones, G., & Harris, S. (2015) invited paper, The impacts of new street light technologies: experimentally testing the effect on bats of changing from low-pressure sodium to white metal halide. Phil. Trans. B. 370, 20140127, doi/10.1098/rstb.2014.0127
Stone, E.L., Wakefield, A., Jones, G., & Harris, S. (2014) invited paper in press, Testing the impacts of new street lighting technologies: comparisons of low pressure sodium and white CosmoPolis lights on bats. Proceedings of the Royal Society B.
Stone, E.L., Harris, S., & Jones, G. (2014) invited paper in press, Impact of artificial lighting on bats: challenges and solutions a review, Mammalian Biology.
Stone, E.L., Jones, G., & Harris, S. (2013) Mitigating the effect of development on wildlife: patterns of impact and effectiveness of legislation for bats in England. Conservation Biology, 27 (6) 1324-1334.
Stone, E.L., Jones, G., & Harris, S. (2012) Conserving energy at a cost to biodiversity? Impacts of LED lighting on bats. Global Change Biology. 18, p2458-2465.
Stone, E.L., Jones, G., & Harris, S. (2009) Street-lighting disturbs commuting bats. Current Biology. 19, p1223-1227.
Baker, P.J., Molony, S.E., Stone, E.L., Cuthill, I.C., & Harris, S. (2008) Cats about town: is predation by free-ranging pet cats Felis catus likely to affect urban bird populations?. Ibis. 150, p86-99.
Abbott, I., Berthinussen, A., Stone, E.L., Boonman, M., Melber, M., & ALtringham, J. (2015) Bats and roads. In Handbook of Road Ecology. van der Ree, R., Smith, D.J. and Grilo, C (eds.). John Wiley & Sons, Oxford. 552 pp. ISBN: 978-1-118-56818-7.
Rowse, E.G., Lewanzik, D., Stone E.L., Harris, S., & Jones, G. (2014) Dark matters: the effects of artificial lighting on bats, In Bats in the Anthropocene: conservation of bats in a changing world. In submission.
Stone, E.L. (2013). Bats and lighting: Overview of current evidence and mitigation. University of Bristol, and Bat Conservation Trust UK (Download a copy of this guidance document here).