The National Wind Coordinating Collaborative (NWCC) Wildlife Workgroup and American Wind Wildlife Institute (AWWI) hosted three research webinars in the fall of 2011 to present the latest wind power-related wildlife research.
To see the flier announcing these webinars, please click here.
The recordings and available presentations from the three webinars can be found below.
Presentations (these presentations contain preliminary information and should not be quoted or cited)
Evaluating large scale collision risks of songbirds and tree-bats with wind turbines using spatial habitat modeling, Greg Forcey, Normandeau Associates, Inc.
The impact of energy sprawl on biodiversity and ecosystem services, Nathan Jones, Colorado State University
October 31 Webinar Recording and Presentations
Software to Estimate Bird and Bat Mortality at Wind Power Facilities, Manuela Huso, US Geological Survey
Pre- and post-construction monitoring of bald eagle use at the Pillar Mountain Wind Project, Kodiak, Alaska, 2007-2011, Lynn Sharp, Tetra Tech EC
A Simulation Model for Assessing Marbled Murrelet–Wind Turbine Collision Risk, Christopher Nations, WEST, Inc.
November 21 Webinar Recording and Presentations
Landscape use during migration; North Dakota bats in agricultural and riparian corridors, Caitlin Coberly, Merlin Ecological
Current Coastal and Offshore Bat Studies in the New England Atlantic Region, Steven Pelletier, Stantec, email
Various Approaches To Species Identification Of Bat Echolocation Calls Used In Pre-Construction Monitoring At Wind Energy Facilities, Kevin Murray, Donald Solick, & Jeff Gruver, WEST, Inc.
Species Codes Used in Presentation