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Title: Wind turbines aren't quite 'apex predators', but the truth is far more interesting
Author(s): Minderman, Jeroen
Keywords: Wind farms
birds of prey
wind turbines
Issue Date: 7-Nov-2018
Publisher: The Conversation Trust
Citation: Minderman J (2018) Wind turbines aren't quite 'apex predators', but the truth is far more interesting. The Conversation. 07.11.2018.
Abstract: First paragraph: Wind turbines are, it appears, everywhere. Even if you can't see some on the horizon on your way into work every day, it is hard to miss the continual news coverage of new developments. Clearly, efforts to move away from fossil fuels are – at least in part – working, and from the perspective of combating climate change, this must surely be a good thing. However, much of the news coverage of turbines highlights negatives such as a perceived degradation of the landscape, or their impacts on wildlife. There is good cause for concern in this regard, particularly with respect to wildlife.
Type: Newspaper/Magazine Article
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Affiliation: Biological and Environmental Sciences

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