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View Resource Antecedents and consequences of monitoring domestic electricity consumption

Despite evidence that monitoring domestic electricity usage can reduce consumption, there is currently little information on what factors motivate people to monitor their consumption. The present...

http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0272494414...
View Resource Laboratory and Field Studies of Cadmium Effects on Hyalella Azteca in Effluent Dominated Systems

Library Holdings. Laboratory single-species toxicity tests are used to assess the effects of contaminants on aquatic biota. Questions remain as to how accurately these controlled toxicity tests...

http://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc4291/
View Resource The Kalahari Transect: Research on Global Change and Sustainable Development in Southern Africa

Library Holdings. The Kalahari Transect is proposed as one of IGBPs Transects (see Koch et al. 1995 [IGBP Report 36]). It is located so as to span the gradient between the arid subtropics and the...

http://digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc11999/
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 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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