Abstract Submission Guide
The American Wind Wildlife Institute (AWWI) is now accepting abstracts for oral presentations, panels, and posters to be presented at the all virtual meeting, December 1-4.
- Download Call for Abstracts
- Abstract Submission Deadline EXTENDED: Friday, June 19
Please review the complete Call for Abstracts before beginning your submission.
- For oral presentations or posters please visit https://wwrm2020.exordo.com/ and follow the instructions provided to submit abstracts.
- For panel submissions, please contact AWWI at email@example.com for instructions.
General topics of interest include (but are not limited to):
- Assessing direct and indirect effects, at both the individual and population level, on wildlife and their habitats at land-based and offshore wind energy facilities
- Evaluating novel approaches (e.g., conceptual, methodological, technological) to avoiding and assessing impacts of wind energy on birds, bats, and other wildlife, including approaches from non-wind sectors as appropriate
- Considering the effects of wind energy development in the larger context of our energy choices and their significance to wildlife
- Evaluating minimization and/or compensatory efforts against impacts to species from wind energy development and operation
- Applying the results of research to implement effective and practicable solutions to wind-wildlife challenges
- Considering the effects (negative and positive) of wind energy development on a landscape scale in the context of conservation efforts across all activities
- International wind-wildlife studies that have broad implications