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View Resource Wind Turbines Give Bats the "Bends," Study Finds

Wind turbines can kill bats without touching them by causing a bends-like condition due to rapidly dropping air pressure, new research suggests.

http://news.nationalgeographic.com/news/2008/08/080825-bat-b...
View Resource Operational Mitigation & Deterrents

Patterns of bat fatality, relationships between weather and turbine variables, and observations with thermal imaging all corroborate and suggest bat fatalities occur primarily on low wind nights, but...

http://www.batsandwind.org/main.asp?page=research&sub=operat...
View Resource Assessing Impacts of Wind-Energy Development on Nocturnally Active Birds and Bats: A Guidance Document

Our purpose is to provide researchers, consultants, decision-makers, and other stakeholders with guidance to methods and metrics for investigating nocturnally active birds and bats in relation to...

http://www.batsandwind.org/pdf/jwm_m&m.pdf
View Resource Ecological Impacts of Wind Energy Development on Bats: Questions, Research Needs, and Hypotheses

At a time of growing concern over the rising costs and long-term environmental impacts of the use of fossil fuels and nuclear energy, wind energy has become an increasingly important sector of the...

http://www.batsandwind.org/pdf/batswind2007.pdf
View Resource A Preliminary Evaluation on the Use of Dogs to Recover Bat Fatalities at Wind Energy Facilities

I assessed the ability of dog?handler teams to recover dead bats (Chiroptera) during fatality searches typically performed at wind energy facilities to determine fatality rates for birds and bats. I...

http://www.batsandwind.org/pdf/arnett2006doguse.pdf
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