Vanessa Rojas

Vanessa Rojas
PhD Student
Biology Department
Indiana State University sets up an Anabat bat detector along a road in the Cherokee National Forest, Tennessee. The sensor will record the ultrasonic calls of bats in the area for several nights, and can determine species based upon call acoustics.

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Vanessa Rojas
PhD Student
Biology Department
Indiana State University sets up an Anabat bat detector along a road in the Cherokee National Forest, Tennessee. The sensor will record the ultrasonic calls of bats in the area for several nights, and can determine species based upon call acoustics.

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  1. Great to see that you are doing well! I love the site! I was the middle-aged guy that biked with you on That Dame Ride when it was pouring down rain on the GAP. I think you were doing research near Somerset at the time…

    • Hi Mike, that’s so cool! That was a really fun ride and it was nice to get to chat with you to pass the time through the rain. Yeah I was working down in the Ohiopyle area back then. Hope all is well for you and you have been on some nice bike rides. I really need to update this blog again!

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