The ninth Wind Wildlife Research Meeting will be held November 27-30, 2012.
The Wind Wildlife Research Meeting is the premier meeting on the latest wind and wildlife research in the United States. Attended by over 340 academics, researchers, federal and state officials, NGO representatives, and industry professionals in 2010, the Research Meeting provides an opportunity for all wind stakeholders to get together, learn about the latest applied technical research on wind and wildlife interactions, and discuss research priorities and other relevant topics.
The location of the meeting has not yet been determined. We will send an annoucement to the NWCC mailing list once it has been set. To ensure that you are on the mailing list, please register here: http://www.nationalwind.org/signup.aspx
Planning for the meeting will begin in March 2012. If you are interested in helping to plan the meeting, please email Lauren Flinn at email@example.com.
About the 2010 Wind Wildlife Research Meeting
During the jam packed three days of the 2010 meeting, participants heard over 30 speakers present on the latest applied technical research related to the fatality impacts to birds and bats, impacts to wildlife habitat and behavior, modeling, cumulative and landscape-scale impacts, on-site mitigation techniques and technology, and offshore wind and wildlife issues. In addition to the sessions and panels, the meeting featured 30 posters on additional wind-wildlife research.
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