Caroline has used both acoustics and video to explore the social behavior of bats, earning several research grants to facilitate her studies. A former psychology major, she earned her masters degree in biology from Indiana State University in 2015.
Byrne, C.M., and O’Keefe, J.M. 2014. Describing the social behaviors at Indiana bat day roost sites. Animal Behavior Society Annual Meeting, Princeton, New Jersey.
Byrne, C.M., and O’Keefe, J.M. 2014. Describing the social behaviors at Indiana bat day roost sites. North American Society for Bat Research Annual Meeting, Albany, New York. Awarded: Titley Scientific Award for presentation quality
Byrne, C.M., O’Keefe, J.M., and Walters, B.L. 2013. Acoustic and observable behaviors at Indiana bat day roost sites. International Bat Research Conference, San Jose, Costa Rica.
Byrne, C.M., D.A. Horvath, J.M. O’Keefe. 2010. Roost communication at Indiana bat day roost sites. 20th Colloquium on Conservation of Mammals in the Southeastern United States: Asheville, North Carolina.
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