Bat Monitoring Fort Leonard Wood, MO

The non-federal entity will perform the required program support for seismic, acoustic, and noise monitoring in and around caves surrounding the Mine Clearing Line Charge (MICLIC) training range located at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri.

The project is to evaluate effects of military operations,


at the MICLIC training range, on bats inhabiting caves within a 2 mile radius of the range.
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Agency: Department of Defense

Office: Kansas City District

Estimated Funding: $126,000

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