Wind Energy and Wildlife: 20 Years of Translational Ecology in Action

Journal Article

Title: Wind Energy and Wildlife: 20 Years of Translational Ecology in Action
Publication Date:
August 01, 2018
Journal: Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment
Pages: 318-319
Publisher: Wiley
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Citation

Allison, T.; Arnold, A. (2018). Wind Energy and Wildlife: 20 Years of Translational Ecology in Action. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment ,, 318-319.
Abstract: 

Frontiers’ Special Issue on translational ecology (TE) focused on the urgent need for “effective translation between good science and informed practice”. As scientists, practitioners, and conveners dedicated to facilitating wind energy development while protecting wildlife, we read that issue with the exciting ring of recognition. We commend such work that advances TE and would like to offer a few supporting observations, based on over 20 years of multi‐stakeholder collaboration in the area of wind energy and wildlife.

 

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