Pre- and post-construction studies of conflicts between birds and wind turbines in coastal Norway – Status report 1st January 2008
Bevaner, Kjetil; Follestad, Arne; Gjershaug, Jan Ove; et al.
This report from the Norwegian Institue for Nature Research (NINA) includes status summaries of several ongoing projects, primarily in connection with the wind park on Smøla, including: sea eagle telemetry; weekly search for dead birds; behavioral response of sea eagles; genetic analyses of sea eagles; monitoring of breeding success in sea eagles; removal of living sea eagle chicks for export to Scotland; purchase and development of bird radar and other detector and sensor systems; auditory and visual measures; learning about the populations of and effects of wind turbines on waders and smaller passerines, red-throated divers, willow grouse, eagle owl, and golden eagle; data flow, visualization, and modeling.
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