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Please provide the following documents referenced in Humboldt Wind Energy Project Final Enviromental Impact Report, its appendices, and/or responses to comments. 

Citations incorporated into Humboldt Wind Final EIR - revisions to Draft EIR (FEIR Chapter 9)

  1. Ward et al. 1998 (cited on FEIR p. 9-101).
  2. FEIR page 9-110 provides a web link to California Forest Practice Rules. The link does not work.  However, Stantec’s NSO Habitat Assessment indicates the NSO habitat definitions come from the 2017 Forest Practice Rules.  Please provide that version of the Forest Practice Rules.  The 2019 version is available online, but that version does not contain the NSO habitat definitions.
  3. Kerlinger et al. 2005, WEST 2008, Erickson et al. 2002 (cited on FEIR p. 9-120).
  4. Rodhouse et al. 2019 (FEIR, p. 9-145).

 

FEIR Chapter 10

  1. 2019. Test of Acoustic Bat Deterrent with moderate blade feathering at Pilot Hill, Illinois. Presentation at American Wind Energy Association Wind Project Siting and Environmental Compliance Conference. March 26-28, 2019 Albuquerque, NM.
  2. Goldenberg T. L. George and J. M. Black. 2016. Steller’s Jay (Cyanocitta stelleri) Space use and Behavior in Campground and Non-Campground Sites in coastal Redwood Forests. The Condor 118(3): 532-541.
  3. Naslund, N.L. and O’Donnell, B.P. 1995. Chapter 12: Daily Patterns of Marbled Murrelet Activity at Inland Sites. 129–134.
  4. Nelson, S. K., and R. W. Peck. 1995. Behavior of Marbled Murrelets at Nine Nest sites in Oregon. Northwestern Naturalist 76:43–53.
  5. Paton, P.W.C. and Ralph, C.J. 1990. Distribution of the Marbled Murrelet at Inland Sites in California. Northwestern Naturalist 71:72-84.
  6. Weaver, S., T. Hayes, G. Aldrich, T. Nostrand, B. Morton, M. Schirmacher, A. Nichols, T. Haan and M. Huso. 2019. Testing Ultrasonic Acoustic Deterrents for Reducing Bat Fatalities at Wind Turbines in South Texas.
  7. West, E. H., K. Brunk and M. Z. Peery. 2019. When Protected Areas Produce Source Populations of Overabundant Species. Biological Conservation Volume 238, October 2019.
  8. West, E. H., W. R. Henry, W. Goldenberg, and M.Z. Peery. 2016. Influence of Food Subsidies on the Foraging Ecology of a Synanthropic Species in Protected Areas. Ecosphere 7:1–15.
  9. 2008. Diablo Winds Wildlife Monitoring Progress Report: March 2005 – February 2007. Prepared by WEST, Cheyenne, Wyoming. August 2008.

 

Citations in FEIR Responses

  1. Meyer et al. 2002, Meyer and Miller 2002, Meyer et al. 2007, USFWS 2009, Falxa et al. 2016 (cited in Response O7-20).
  2. West et al. 2016 and others (cited in Response O7-28).
  3. Thomson et al. 2016 and Morey 2000b (cited in Response O7-42).
  4. Hunter et al. 2005 (cited in Response S4-12).
  5. Stantec, unpublished data (cited in Response S4-12).
  6. T. Harvey 2018 (cited in Response S4-13).
  7. Young et al. 2007a (cited in Master Response 6)
  8. Estlow, T. Pers. Comm. 2019. Email from Trevor Estlow, Humboldt County to John Ford, Planning Director, Humboldt County. (cited in Master Response 7).

 

Citations in FEIR Technical Reports

Marbeled Murrelet Collision Risk Assessment

  1. Aschwanden, J., H. Stark, D. Peter, T. Steuri, B. Schmid, and F. Liechti. 2018. Bird collisions at wind turbines in a mountainous area related to bird movement intensities measured by radar. Biological Conservation 220:228-236.
  2. Band, W., M. Madder, and D.P. Whitfield. 2007. Developing field and analytical methods to assess avian collision risk at wind farms. Pages 259-271 in Birds and wind farms: risk assessment and mitigation (M. de Lucas, G.F.E. Janss, M. Ferrer, Eds.). Quercus, Madrid.
  3. Barrios, L. and A. Rodriguez. 2004. Behavioral and environmental correlates of soaring-bird mortality at on-shore wind turbines. Journal of Applied Ecology 41:72-81.
  4. Beason, R.C., T.J. Nohara, and P. Weber. 2013. Beware of the Boojum: Caveats and strengths of avian radar. Human-Wildlife Interactions 7:16-46.
  5. Becciu, P. M.H.M. Menz, A. Aurbach, S.A. Cabrera-Cruz, C.E. Wainwright, M. Scacco, M. Ciach, L.B. Pettersson, I. Maggini, G.M. Arroyo, J.J. Buler, D.R. Reynolds, and N. Sapir. Environmental effects on flying migrants revealed by radar. Ecography 42:942-955. DOI: 10.1111/ecog.03995.
  6. Bevanger, K., F. Bernsten, S. Clausen, E.L. Dahl, O. Flagstad, A. Follestad, D. Halley, F. Hanssen, P.L. Hoel, L. Johnsen, P. Kvaloy, R. May, T. Nygard, H.C. Pedersen, O. Reitan, Y. Steinheim, R. Vang. 2008. Pre- and post-construction studies of conflicts between birds and wind turbines in coastal Norway. NINA Report 409. Norwegian Institute for Nature Research, Norway. 55 pp.
  7. Bevanger, K., F. Berntsen, S. Clausen, E.L Dahl, E.L., Ø. Flagstad, A. Follestad, D. Halley, F. Hanssen, L. Johnsen, P. Kvaløy, P. Lund-Hoel, R. May, T. Nygård, H.C. Pedersen, O. Reitan, E. Røskaft, Y. Steinheim, B. Stokke, and R. Vang. 2010. Pre- and post-construction studies of conflicts between birds and wind turbines in coastal Norway (BirdWind): Report on findings 2007-2010. NINA Report 620. Norwegian Institute for Nature Research, Norway. 152 pp.
  8. Bigger, D., M.Z. Peery, J. Baldwin, S. Chinnici, and S.P. Courtney. 2006. Power to detect trends in marbled murrelet breeding populations using audiovisual and radar surveys. Journal of Wildlife Management 70:493–504.
  9. Chamberlin, D.S. Freeman, and M. Rehfisch. 2005. Appraisal of Scottish Natural Heritage’s wind farm collision risk model and its application. British Trust for Ornithology Research Report 401. 53 pp.
  10. Cook, A.S.C.P, E.M. Humphreys, E.A. Masden, and N.H.K. Burton. 2014. The avoidance rates of collision and offshore wind turbines. British Trust for Ornithology Research Report 656. 244 pp.
  11. Cook, A.S.C.P, E.M. Humphreys, F. Bennet, E.A. Masden, and N.H.K. Burton. 2018. Quantifying avian avoidance of offshore wind turbines: current evidence and key knowledge gaps. Marine Environmental Research 140: 278-288.
  12. Cooper, B.A. 2010. Memorandum regarding field and data summary for Duckabush avoidance study (Attachment B of Appendix J). In: TetraTech EC. Final Environmental Impact Statement for the Everpower Coyote Crest Wind Park. Chehalis, WA: Lewis County Community Development.
  13. Cooper, B.A. and T.J. Mabee. 2010. A radar study of marbled murrelets at the proposed Coyote Crest Wind Power Project, summer 2008 and 2009. Unpublished report from ABR, Inc., Forest Grove, OR to TetraTech EC, Portland, OR and Everpower Wind Holdings Inc, Portland, OR. 18 pp.
  14. Cooper, B.A. and P.M. Sanzenbacher. 2006. A radar study of marbled murrelets at the proposed Bear River Windpark, California, Summer 2006. Unpublished report from ABR, Inc., Forest Grove, OR to Shell Wind Energy, Inc., Houston, TX. 18 pp.
  15. Cooper, B.A., M.G. Raphael, and D.M. Evans. 2001. Radar-based monitoring of marbled murrelets. Condor 103: 219–229.
  16. Cooper, B. A., R. J. Blaha, and J. H. Plissner. 2005. Determining local population trends of marbled murrelets in that portion of Conservation Zone Four North of the Palco HCP Area. 2004. Unpublished. Report prepared for Pacific Lumber Company (Palco), U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service, and California Department of Fish and Game, Scotia, CA, by ABR, Inc., Forest Grove, OR. 26 pp.
  17. Erickson, W., J. Jeffrey, K. Kronner, and K. Bay. 2004. Stateline wind project wildlife monitoring final report, July 2001 - December 2003. Technical report by Western EcoSystems Technology Inc. and Northwest Wildlife Consultants Inc.
  18. Everaert, J. and E.W.M. Stienen. 2007. Impact of wind turbines on birds in Zeebrugge (Belgium): significant effect on breeding tern colony due to collisions. Biodiversity and Conservation 16: 3345–3359.
  19. Furnace, R.W. 2013. Review of avoidance rates for seabirds. Appendix 3 in Review of avoidance rates in seabirds at offshore wind farms and applicability of use in the Band collision risk model—December 2013. Prepared by MacArthur Green Ltd., Glasgow, for the Hornsea Offshore Windfarm Project Two, United Kingdom. 16 pp.
  20. Furness, R.W., H.M. Wade, and E.A. Masden. 2013. Assessing vulnerability of marine bird populations to offshore wind farms. Journal of Environmental Manag.ment1 19:56–66.
  21. Golightly, R.T. and S.R. Schneider. 2009. Year 8 of a long-term monitoring effort at a marbled murrelet nest in northern California. Unpublished Report by Humboldt State University Department of Wildlife, Arcata, CA.
  22. Golightly, R.T. and S.R. Schneider. 2011. Years 9 and 10 of a long-term monitoring effort at a marbled murrelet nest in northern California. Unpublished Report by Humboldt State University Department of Wildlife, Arcata, CA.
  23. Grünkorn, T., J. Blew, O. Krüger, A. Potiek, M. Reichenbach, J. von Rönn, H. Timmermann, S. Weitekamp, and G. Nehls. 2017. A large-scale, multispecies assessment of avian mortality rates at land-based wind turbines in northern Germany. Pages 43-65 in Wind Energy and Wildlife Interactions (Köppel, J., Ed.). Springer International Publishing, Berlin, Germany.
  24. Hamer Environmental. 2009. Use of Radar to Determine Passage Rate and Height Distributions of Marbled Murrelets at the Proposed Radar Ridge Wind Resource Area, Pacific County, WA. Prepared by Hamer Environmental, Mt. Vernon, WA, for Energy Northwest, Richland, WA.
  25. Harper, W.L, B.K. Schroder, I.A. Manly, and J.A. Deal. 2004. Direct comparison of tilted and untilted radar for monitoring Marbled Murrelet Brachyramphous marmoratus Marine Ornithology 32:35-41.
  26. Hébert, P.N. and R.T. Golightly. 2006. Movements, nesting, and response to anthropogenic disturbance of marbled murrelets (Brachyramphus marmoratus) in Redwood National and State Parks, California. Report 2006-02 by Humboldt State University Department of Wildlife, Arcata, CA to California Department of Fish and Game, Sacramento, CA. 321 pp.
  27. Johnson, G.D., W.P. Erickson, M.D. Strickland, M.F. Shepherd, and D.A Shepherd. 2000. Avian monitoring at the Buffalo Ridge, Minnesota wind resource area: results of a 4-year study. A report by Western EcoSystems Technology Inc. 262 pp.
  28. Johnson, G.D., W.P. Erickson, and K. Bay. 2002. Baseline ecological studies for the Klondike Wind Project, Sherman County, Oregon. A report by Western EcoSystems Technology Inc. 50 pp.
  29. Johnson, G.D., W.P. Erickson, J. White, and R. McKinney. 2003. Avian and bat mortality during the first year of operation at the Klondike Phase 1 Wind Project, Sherman County, Oregon. A report by Western EcoSystems Technology Inc. 17 pp.
  30. Krijgsveld, K.L., K. Akershoek, F. Schnenk, F. Dijk, and S. Dirksen. 2009. Collision risk of birds with modern large wind turbines. Ardea 97:357-366.
  31. Lorenz, T.J., M.G. Raphael, and T.D. Bloxton. 2019. Nesting behavior of Marbled Murrelets Brachyramphus marmoratus in Washington and British Columbia. Marine Ornithology 47: 157-166.
  32. Masden, E.A. 2015. Developing an avian collision risk model to incorporate variability and uncertainty. Unpublished report from the University of Highlands and Islands Environmental Research Institute, UK, to the Natural Environment Research Council, UK. 26 pp.
  33. Masden, E.A. and A.S.C.P. Cook. 2016. Avian collision risk model for wind energy impact assessments. Environmental Impact Assessment Review 56:43-49.
  34. Mateos, M., G.M. Arroyo, A. Rodriguez, D. Cuenca, A. De La Cruz. 2010. Calibration of visually estimated distances to migrating seabirds with radar measurements. Journal of Field Ornithology 83:302-309.
  35. May, R. 2015. A unifying framework for the underlying mechanisms of avian avoidance of wind turbines. 190:179-187.
  36. May, R, A.B. Gill, J. Köppel, R.H.W. Langston, M. Reichenbach, M. Scheidat, S. Smallwood, C.C. Voight, O. Hüppop, and M. Portman. 2017. Future Research Directions to Reconcile Wind Turbine–Wildlife Interactions. Pages 255-276 in Wind Energy and Wildlife Interactions (J. Köppel, Ed.). Springer Nature, Switzerland.
  37. Nations, C.S. and W.P. Erickson. 2009. Marbled murrelet—Wind turbine collision model for the Radar Ridge Wind Resource Area. Prepared by Western EcoSystems Technology, Inc., Cheyenne, WY for Energy Northwest, Richland, WA. 38 pp.
  38. Panuccio et al. 2018 Migrating birds avoid flying through fog and low clouds International Journal of Biometeorology. (web link provided in report only leads to abstract).
  39. Peery, M.Z., S.R. Beissinger, S.H. Newman, B.H. Becker, E.B. Burkett, and T.D. Williams 2004b. Individual and temporal variation in inland flight behavior of marbled murrelets: implications for population monitoring. Condor 106:344-353.
  40. Plissner, J.H., B.A. Cooper, R.H. Day, P.M. Sanzenbacher, A.E. Burger, and M.G. Raphael. 2015. A review of Marbled Murrelet research related to nesting habitat use and nest success. ABR. Inc., Environmental Research and Services, Forest Grove, OR.
  41. Rodway, M.S. and H.M. Regehr. 2000. Measuring Marbled Murrelet activity in valley bottom habitat: bias due to station placement. Journal of Field Ornithology 71:415-422.
  42. RPS 2011. Galloper Offshore Wind Farm Ornithological Technical Report, Appendix 3: Avoidance Rates. Unpublished Report for Galloper Wind Farm Ltd.
  43. Rydell, J., R. Ottvall, S. Pettersson, and M. Green. 2017. The effects of wind power on birds and bats: An updated synthesis report 2017. Report by the Swedish Environmental Protection Agency. 132 pp.
  44. Sanzenbacher, P.M. and B.A. Cooper. 2010. Marbled murrelet fatality models for the proposed bear river wind project, California: Collision fatality estimates at wind turbines. Prepared by ABR, Inc.—Environmental Research & Services, Forest Grove, OR. Prepared for Shell WindEnergy Inc., Houston, TX. 35 pp.
  45. Sanzenbacher, P.M., B.A. Cooper, J.H. Plissner, and J. Bond. 2014. Intra-annual patterns in passage rates and flight altitudes of Marbled Murrelets Brachyramphus marmoratus at inland sites in northern California. Marine Ornithology 42:169-174.
  46. Sanzenbacher, P.M., T.J. Mabee, and B.A. Cooper. 2015 A radar and visual study of marbled murrelets at the proposed Skookumchuck Wind Energy Project, Summer 2013 and 2014. Prepared by ABR, Inc. Environmental Research & Services, Forest Grove, OR for RES America Developments, Broomfield, CO. 38 pp.
  47. SNH [Scottish Natural Heritage]. 2000. Windfarms and birds - calculating a theoretical collision risk assuming no avoiding action. Scottish Natural Heritage Guidance Note.
  48. SNH [Scottish Natural Heritage]. 2010. Use of avoidance rates in the SNH wind farm collision risk model. Scottish Natural Heritage Guidance Note.
  49. SNH [Scottish Natural Heritage] Database. 2014. Data used to derive avoidance rates from studies combining collision rates with estimates of the rate at which birds pass through a windfarm. Appendix 7 of the Scottish Marine and Freshwater Science (Volume 5 Number 16): The avoidance rates of collision and offshore wind turbines (Cook, A.S.C.P, E.M. Humphreys, E.A. Masden, and N.H.K. Burton, Eds.). British Trust for Ornithology Research Report 656. 244 pp. URL https://www.gov.scot/binaries/ content/documents/govscot/publications/progress-report/2014/12/scottish-marine-freshwater-science-volume-5-number-16-avoidance-rates/documents/00464980-xls/00464980-xls/govscot%3Adocument [Accessed 11 April 2019].
  50. SNH [Scottish Natural Heritage]. 2017. Avoidance rates for the onshore SNH wind farm collision risk model. Scottish Natural Heritage Guidance Note. 3 pp.
  51. Stumpf, J.P., N. Denis, T.E. Hamer, G. Johnson, and J. Verschuyl. 2011. Flight height distribution and collision risk of the marbled murrelet Brachyramphus marmoratus: Methodology and preliminary results. Marine Ornithology 39:123-128.
  52. The Landmark Practice 2010. Birds and wind turbines at Avonmouth Docks Year 2 Monitoring Report for Ecotricity. Landmark Ref: 06/EC/P1931/ECOTR. 20 pp.
  53. The Landmark Practice 2011. Birds and wind turbines at Avonmouth Docks Year 3 Monitoring Report for Ecotricity. Landmark Ref: 06/EC/P1931/ECOTR. 31 pp.
  54. The Landmark Practice 2013. Birds and Wind Turbines at Avonmouth Docks Year 5 Monitoring Report for Ecotricity. Bristol. Landmark Ref: 06/EC/P1931/ECOTR.
  55. Winkelman, J.E. 1992a. De invloed van de Sep-proefwindcentrale te Oosterbierum (Friesland) op vogels, 1: aanvaringsslachtoffers. [The impact of the Sep wind park near Oosterbierum (Friesland), The Netherlands, on birds, 1: collision victims]. RIN-rapport 92/2. DLO-Institute for Forestry and Nature Research, The Netherlands. 144 pp.
  56. Winkelman, J.E. 1992b. De invloed van de Sep-proefwindcentrale te Oosterbierum (Friesland) op vogels, 2: nachtelijke aanvaringskansen [The impact of the Sep wind park near Oosterbierum (Friesland), The Netherlands, on birds, 2: nocturnal collision risks]. RIN-rapport 92/3. DLO-Institute for Forestry and Nature Research, The Netherlands. 206 pp.
  57. Winkelman, J.E. 1994. Bird/Wind turbine investigation in Europe. Proceedings of the National Avian Wind Power Planning Meeting, Lakewood, CO. Pages 43-47 and 120-150.

 

NSO Survey Results

  1. Humboldt Redwood Company. 2018. Electronic spatial (GIS) data for Northern Spotted Owls within 0.7 miles of the Humboldt Wind Energy Project Area. Unpublished ESRI GIS shapefiles and geodatabase provided December 2018.
  2. Humboldt Redwood Company. 2019. Electronic spatial (GIS) data for Northern Spotted Owl Surveys within 0.7 miles of the Humboldt Wind Energy Project Area. Unpublished ESRI GIS shapefiles and geodatabase provided September 2019.
  3. Henry, Jack. Wildlife Biologist. Timberland Resource Consultants, Fortuna, CA. August 15, 2019— Email regarding Northern Spotted Owl survey data collected for the Samuelson Nonindustrial Timber Management Plan in 2018 and 2019.
  4. Lommori, Michael. Forester. Sierra Pacific Industries, Fortuna, CA. July 15, 2019— Email regarding Northern Spotted Owl survey data collected for the Swish Timber Harvest Plan from 2012-2019.

 

Operational Impacts to Raptors

Please provide copies of all literature cited in this document.

 

Supplement to Compensatory Mitigation Strategy for Marbled Murrelets Impacted by Operation of the Humboldt Wind Project

 

Please provide copies of all literature cited in this document.

Willow Flycatcher Status and Risk Evaluation

  1. Mad River Biologists. 2008. A Survey of Birds and Bats at a Proposed Wind Energy Site on Bear River Ridge, Humboldt County, California.
  2. Ralph, C. J., and K. Hollinger. 2003. The status of the willow and pacific-slope flycatchers in northwestern California and southern Oregon. Studies in Avian Biology 26:104–117.

 


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ICF International 2012.pdf
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Jeffrey et al. 2009a.pdf
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Stantec Ltd. 2015.pdf
Tetra Tech 2013.pdf
WEST 2018.pdf
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Whitfield and Madders 2006.pdf
WEST 2017a.pdf
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WEST 2008.pdf
URS Corporation 2010c.pdf
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Tidhar et al. 2013.pdf
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Stantec 2015.pdf
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Shasta County 2007 - Hatchet Ridge DEIR - Bio Resources.pdf
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Normandeau Associates 2011.pdf
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Nicholson et al. 2005.pdf
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MacWhirter and Bildstein 1996.pdf
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Aschwanden et al 2018 Bird Collisions at Wind Turbines.pdf
Barrios and Rodriguez 2004 Behavior and environmental.pdf
Biol Conserv Identiflight.pdf
Blew et al 2017 A Large-Scale, Multispecies Assessment_Screenshot and Abstract.pdf
California Energy Commission. 2019. 2017 Power Content Labels (11-12-19S).pdf
California Forest Practice Rules 2019.pdf
Chamberlin Freeman and Rehfisch 2005 Apprasial of Scottish Natural.pdf
Cook Humphreys Masden Burton 2014 Avoidance Rates of Collission.pdf
Cooper 2010 A Radar Study _ EverPower Coyote Crest Wind Park_ Draft EIR _ Screenshot.pdf
Erikson Jeffrey Kronner Bay 2004 State Wind Project Wildlife Monitoring Final Report.pdf
Everaert Stienen 2007 Impact_of_wind_turbines_on_birds_in_Zeeb.pdf
Fog Over Water National Weather Service (11-12-19S).pdf
Furnace 2013 Review of Avoidance Rates for Seabirds.pdf
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Mad River Biologist 2008 A Survey of Birds and bats at a Proposed Wind Energy.pdf
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Meyer et al 2002 Multi-scale landscape and seascape patterns.pdf
Morey 2000b Western Pond Turtle (Emys marmorata) Life History Account.pdf
Panuccio et al 2018 Migrating birds avoid flying through fog and low clouds.pdf
Peert et al 2004b Individual and temporal variation in inland flight behavior.pdf
Piatt Abundance, distribution, and population status of Marbled Murrelets in Alaska (11-12-19S).pdf
Plissner et al 2015 ReviewofMAMUResearchRelatedToNestingHabitatUseandNestSuccess.pdf
Program Notes - Falxa and McAllister 2016 Presentation.pdf
RPS 2001_Galloper-Wind-Farm_Appendix.pdf
Ralph, et al. In Ecology and Conservation of the Marbled Murrelet. Gen. Tech. Rep. (11-12-19S).pdf
Rydell et al 2017 Effects of wind power on birds and bats.pdf
SNH 2000 windfarms and birds - Calculating a theoretical collision risk.pdf
SNH_2017_Avoidance Rates for the onshore SNH.pdf
Stumpf et al 2011 Flight heigh distribution and collision risk of MAMU.pdf
USFWS 2009 Marbled Murrelet (Brachyramphus marmoratus) 5-year review.pdf
Ward et al 1998 Habitat Delection by NSO.PDF
WEST 2008. Diablo Winds Wildlife Monitoring Progress Report March 2005 – February 2007 (11-12-19S).pdf
Hamer 1995. Use of Radar to Study the Movements of Marbled Murrelets at Inland Sites (11-12-19S).pdf
2004. Evaluation report for the 5-year status review of the Marbled Murrelet in Washington, Oregon, and California (11-12-19S).pdf
2004. Protocol for Evaluating Bald Eagle Habitat and Populations in California (11-12-19S).pdf
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