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View Resource Behavioral Responses of Bats to Operating Wind Turbines

Wind power is one of the fastest growing sectors of the energy industry. Recent studies have reported large numbers of migratory tree-roosting bats being killed at utility-scale wind power facilities...

http://www.bu.edu/cecb/files/2009/08/Horn_et_al_2008.pdf
View Resource Impacts of Wind Energy Development on Wildlife: Key Issues of Concern

This is a more balanced document. It presents a way for wind and wildlife to coexist with some compromises from both the industry and the wildlife advocates. It is a good resource for the collection.

http://www.vawind.org/Assets/Docs/Key%20Issues%2001-06-06.pd...
View Resource Siting Wind Generators

Is Wind Right for you? Wind generators are an effective source of renewable energy in many areas across the world. The American Wind Energy Association estimates there are as many as 13 million homes...

http://www.windenergy.com/documents/guides/0372_Siting_guide...
View Resource The Wind Business

It can take years to plan and engineer these state-of-the-art wind farms. It?s a problem-solving process that draws on an understanding of algebra, geometry, kinetic energy, electronics and just a...

http://www.thefutureschannel.com/dockets/science_technology/...
View Resource Wind Powering America

Wind Powering America is a commitment to dramatically increase the use of wind energy in the United States. This initiative will establish new sources of income for American farmers, Native Americans...

http://www.windpoweringamerica.gov/
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