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Comprehensive Guide to Studying Wind Energy/Wildlife Interactions

Comprehensive Guide to Studying Wind Energy/Wildlife Interactions

Date: 6/30/2011

The National Wind Coordinating Committee's Wildlife Workgroup recently released Comprehensive Guide to Studying Wind Energy/Wildlife Interactions, a document to guide persons involved in designing, conducting, or requiring wind energy/wildlife interaction studies. The document follows the decision process for a proposed wind project and provides a guide to methods and metrics for use in the necessary studies. Although the focus is on birds and bats, the guide is relevant to the study of any wildlife species.

This information was last updated on 8/2/2011

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