Universidad Pablo de Olavide
Pablo de Olavide University (Universidad Pablo de Olavide (UPO) in Spanish) is a public university in Seville, Spain. UPO offers bothundergraduate and graduate programs in the traditional majors, as well as in biotechnology, environmental sciences, humanities, labor relations, second language acquisition, social work, sports sciences, and translation. Pablo de Olavide University (UPO) was founded in 1997, making it one of the newest public universities in Spain. The UPO has over 10,000 students and is growing constantly since its inception. The university is named after the Spanish-Peruvian politician Pablo de Olavide (1725–1803), who contributed notably to planning the city of Seville.
|Title||Author||Date||Type of Content||Technology Type||Stressor||Receptor|
|Using network analysis to identify indicator species and reduce collision fatalities at wind farms||Sebastian-Gonzalez, E., et al.||August 2018||Journal Article||Wind Energy general, Land-Based Wind||Dynamic Device||Bats, Birds|
|Effects of Renewable Energy Production and Infrastructure on Wildlife||Sanchez-Zapata, J., et al.||May 2016||Book Chapter||Marine Energy general||Ecosystem|
|Mortality at wind-farms is positively related to large-scale distribution and aggregation in griffon vultures||Carrete, M., et al.||January 2012||Journal Article||Wind Energy general, Land-Based Wind||Dynamic Device, Static Device||Birds, Raptors|
|The precautionary principle and wind-farm planning: data scarcity does not imply absence of effects||Carrete, M., et al.||August 2010||Journal Article||Wind Energy general, Land-Based Wind||Bats, Birds, Raptors|