Date: November 29, 2016 – December 2, 2016
Location: Broomfield, Colorado, United States

The biennial Wind Wildlife Research Meeting provides an internationally recognized forum for researchers and wind-wildlife stakeholders to learn about the most recent wind power-related wildlife research. Academics, researchers, conservation scientists, consultants, federal and state officials, NGO representatives, and wind industry professionals come together every other year for this unique opportunity. For more information, visit NWCC.

Tetra Tech is a leader in the wind energy market and is ranked #1 in Wind by Engineering News-Record. We provide integrated environmental, engineering, construction management, and operational services solutions for all phases of wind energy project development. Tetra Tech supports projects for the top wind power developers and wind industry original equipment manufacturers. During the last few years, our teams have worked on more than 700 wind projects worldwide. Our project experience extends across all 50 U.S. states and 8 Canadian provinces. Learn more about Tetra Tech’s wind energy services.

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Conference Presentations

Tetra Tech is proud to be home to leading experts across the markets we serve. Our staff regularly share their knowledge by researching, presenting, and facilitating discussion on emerging topics in their fields.

Wednesday, November 30

Morning

Title: Golden Eagles and Wind Energy – Predicting Interactions, Migratory Corridors and Range, and More
Presenter: Mark Martell

Afternoon

Poster: Golden Eagle Movements in the Upper Midwest: New Insight into Wind Energy Siting
Presenters: Mark Martell, Tetra Tech; Kristin Hall, National Audubon Society

Poster: Challenges in Estimating the Effectiveness of Low Wind Speed Curtailment to Reduce Take of Bats in Hawaii
Presenters: Thomas Snetsinger, Jonathan Plissner, Brita Woeck, and Alicia Oller, Tetra Tech; Marie VanZandt, Auwahi Wind Energy

Thursday, December 1

Afternoon

Poster: Golden Eagle Movements in the Upper Midwest: New Insight into Wind Energy Siting
Presenters: Mark Martell, Tetra Tech; Kristin Hall, National Audubon Society

Title: Challenges in Quantifying the Effectiveness of Impact Avoidance and Minimization Measures and Potential Solutions
Presenter: Julie Garvin

Friday, December 2

Morning

Title: Estimating Inter-annual Variability in Project Take for Rare Events
Presenter: Jonathan Plissner

Afternoon

Poster: Wind Energy Habitat Conservation Plans: Overview of Species, Monitoring, Mitigation, and Take Estimation Methods
Presenter: Alicia Oller

Poster: Eagle Nest Surveys – Insights Gained for Bald Eagles and Implications for the Future
Presenters: Jenny Taylor, Julie Garvin, and Rich Young