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Resource Documents by Balotari-Chiebao, Fabio

Balotari-Chiebao, Fabio; et al.
Proximity to wind-power plants reduces the breeding success of the white-tailed eagle
Abstract. As a clean and renewable energy source, wind power is expected to play a major role in climate change mitigation. Despite its benefits, the construction of large-scale wind farms in many parts of the world is a cause of concern for wildlife, including the often vulnerable raptor populations. Here, we examined the influence of distance to wind-power plants on the white-tailed eagle Haliaeetus albicilla in terms of (1) breeding success; (2) post-fledging survival; and (3) territory occupancy and turbine . . . Complete article »

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