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Naylor, Lauren
Gone with the Wind: Implications of Wind Development for Raptor Populations
As climate change continues to be a salient topic in both the scientific and political realms, investigations into how we can best address climate change have become increasingly popular and, in some cases, controversial. In the U.S, energy production is a primary contributor to overall emission rates, with as much as 40% of all carbon emissions produced by the electric sector alone. With a projected growth of 39% in U.S. electricity demands by 2030, high emission rates will continue to . . . Complete article »

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