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Oct
12
Wed
NASBR Meeting
Oct 12 – Oct 15 all-day

The North American Society for Bat Research (NASBR) is a society dedicated to the promotion and development of the scientific study of bats (Chiroptera) in all its branches, including conservation and public education. The society holds an annual meeting called the North American Symposium on Bat Research, usually in October, of professional bat researchers from throughout North America, with occasional attendees from Europe, Asia, Africa, and Central and South America.

Oct
15
Sat
The Wildlife Society Annual Conference
Oct 15 – Oct 20 all-day
Oct
16
Sun
Annual Meeting of the Raptor Research Foundation
Oct 16 – Oct 20 all-day
Nov
15
Tue
AWEA Wind Energy Fall Symposium
Nov 15 – Nov 17 all-day
Nov
29
Tue
Wind Wildlife Research Meeting XI @ Omni Interlocken Hotel
Nov 29 – Dec 2 all-day
Wind Wildlife Research Meeting XI @ Omni Interlocken Hotel | Broomfield | Colorado | United States

The biennial Wind Wildlife Research Meeting provides an internationally recognized forum for researchers and wind-wildlife stakeholders to hear contributed papers, view research posters, and listen to panels that synthesize the most recent wind power-related wildlife research. Academics, researchers, conservation scientists, consultants, federal and state officials, NGO representatives, and wind industry professionals come together every other year for this unique opportunity. The meeting is organized and presented by the American Wind Wildlife Institute (AWWI).

Visit the meeting website for the latest details.

Mar
21
Tue
AWEA Wind Project Siting & Environmental Compliance Conference 2017
Mar 21 – Mar 22 all-day
May
22
Mon
AWEA WINDPOWER 2017 Conference & Exhibition
May 22 – May 25 all-day
Sep
6
Wed
Conference on Wind Energy and Wildlife Impacts @ Estoril Congress Centre
Sep 6 – Sep 8 all-day

The 4th Conference on Wind energy and Wildlife impacts (CWW 2017) will be held in Estoril, Portugal on 6 – 8 September, 2017.

Despite significant advances in recent years in our understanding of the impacts of wind energy on wildlife, challenges remain regarding planning and policy, assessment of direct and indirect effects on wildlife, methodological approaches, technology development, and mitigation strategies and their effectiveness. The CWW 2017 aims to maintain and promote the international cooperation among researchers, developers, regulators and stakeholders that over the years have contributed to building knowledge on this topic.

Based on the success of previous conferences, organizers expect to reach over 300 participants representing private and public companies, universities, professional groups and governmental agencies worldwide. The conference venue will include ample space for technical sessions as well as an exhibition area where developers, technology suppliers and other members of the industry can present their services and products.