Offshore wind bird and bat post-construction monitoring with Acoustic and Thermographic Offshore Monitoring (ATOM)
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ThermalTracker-3D uses thermal and visible-light cameras and image recognition software for bird and bat activity monitoring offshore.
On March 31, 2023, the northern long-eared bat became listed as an endangered species, primarily due to population declines from white-nose syndrome.
Smart curtailment technology reduces bat mortality by shutting down turbines when bats are present and wind speeds are moderate
Floating offshore wind turbines promise the ability to develop wind capacity in deep water, but what challenges will wildlife face?
BatRack is a remote sensing tool that uses a combination of acoustic, video, and radio telemetry to survey bats within small, defined areas.
We collaborated with a wind developer and the US Fish and Wildlife Service to develop an Eagle Conservation Plan for an Oklahoma wind facility.
We present a model for predicting electrocution risk of bald eagles and wood storks on distribution poles in Florida.
This study presents the results of a landfill’s bird surveys and recommends a bird control plan to minimize gull activity and associated hazards.
Eagle nest monitoring is required when human disturbance occurs within 660 feet of an active nest. Here the basic nest monitoring and reporting requirements are described.