Event Details

Great Lakes Regional Workshop: State of the Science on the Ecological Effects of Wind

March 9 - March 10 @ - IUPUI Campus Center, Indianapolis, Indiana

Cohosted by: Richard G. Lugar Center for Renewable Energy at IUPUI

Purpose
Enhance the understanding of wind development effects on the biota and ecosystems of the Great Lakes region, including birds, bats, fisheries and both terrestrial and aquatic habitats.

View the Workshop Prospectus

Objectives

  • Provide a forum to share information on the state of research on ecological effects of wind.
  • Identify research needs based on workshop discussion and in consultation with the GLWC Wind Atlas, Siting & Permitting Workgroup.
  • Provide a networking opportunity for regional researchers and stakeholders.
  • Develop regional project ideas and facilitate partnerships in pursuing research priorities.

 

Program:

A call for abstracts was issued in November 2010. More than 25 abstracts, both for oral and poster presentations, were received and have been reviewed by a committee comprised of members of the GLWC Wind Atlas, Siting & Permitting Workgroup. A draft agenda is being developed and will be available on this webpage in the near future.

For more information:
Contact Julie Hinderer, Catherine Thibault or John Hummer.

 

More Information

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