Pattern of bat fatalities at wind turbines in Europe: comparing north and south

Presentation

Title: Pattern of bat fatalities at wind turbines in Europe: comparing north and south
Publication Date:
May 02, 2011
Conference Name: Conference on Wind energy and Wildlife Impacts
Conference Location: Trondheim, Norway
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Dubourg-Savage, M.; Rodrigues, L.; Santos, H.; Georgiakakis, P.; Papadatou, E.; Bach, L.; Rydell, J. (2011). Pattern of bat fatalities at wind turbines in Europe: comparing north and south [Presentation]. Presented at the Conference on Wind energy and Wildlife Impacts, Trondheim, Norway.
Abstract: 

In April 2011, a total of 3791 bat fatalities at wind turbines had been reported from 15 countries in Europe (update by authors of the mortality table prepared for EUROBATS). The victims belong to 27 taxa out of 39 living in the European Community. The aim of this poster is to compare the situation in northern and southern Europe based on available data. Only standardized monitoring studies have been analyzed.

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