Report of the IWG on Wind Turbines and Bat Populations 2017

Conference Paper

Title: Report of the IWG on Wind Turbines and Bat Populations 2017
Authors: Rodrigues, L.
Publication Date:
March 29, 2017
Conference Name: 22nd Meeting of the EUROBATS Advisory Committee
Conference Location: Belgrade, Serbia
Pages: 56
Publisher: UNEP/EUROBATS
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Citation

Rodrigues, L. (2017). Report of the IWG on Wind Turbines and Bat Populations 2017. Paper Presented at the 22nd Meeting of the EUROBATS Advisory Committee, Belgrade, Serbia.
Abstract: 

Sub-group topics:

  • Update/reorganizing of the list of references
  • Compilation of data on bat mortality per country
  • Updating of tables on monitoring studies done in Europe and on bats ́ behaviour in relation to windfarms
  • Mitigation and compensation measures
  • Estimation of mortality rate taking into consideration predation, efficiency and controlled area; choose of best estimator for Europe
  • Impact of mortality rate on populations
  • Deterrents
  • Maximum foraging distances of species and Detectability coefficients to compare activity indices
  • Collect national guidelines
  • Use of dogs vs humans during carcass searches
  • Comparing measurement of activity at ground level and rotor height
  • Small Wind Turbines
  • Offshore windfarms
  • Wind farms and forests
  • Implementation of mitigation and post-construction monitoring
  • 200m buffer distance to habitats particularly important for bats
  • Sensitivity maps

 

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