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View Resource A Bibliography of Bat Fatality, Activity, and Interactions with Wind Turbines

A bibliography of available literature, both published and unpublished "gray" literature was compiled by Greg Johnson, Western Ecosystems Technology and Ed Arnett, Bat Conservation International and...

http://www.batsandwind.org/pdf/Bibliography%202-3-10.pdf
View Resource In the Air

IAQA publishes an advertising-free, monthly newsletter called In The Air. The newsletter features technical abstracts from the latest scientific and engineering journals, IAQA chapter news, and...

http://www.iaqa.org/intheair.htm
View Resource Global Change Project

The Paleontological Research Institution and its Museum of the Earth recognize, based on scientific research, that humans are responsible for a large proportion of current climate change. Throughout...

http://priweb.org/globalchange.html
View Resource Extreme Weather

Most of the potentially damaging consequences relating to climate change are associated with extremes- the number of heat waves, floods, or severe storms, for example. Since extreme weather events...

http://www.climate.org/topics/extreme-weather/index.html
View Resource Ecosystems & Wildlife

An ecosystem (short for "ecological system") is generally defined as a community of organisms living in a particular environment and the physical elements with which they interact. An ecosystem is an...

http://www.climate.org/topics/ecosystems/index.html
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