Impacts of transmission lines on birds in flight: proceedings of a workshop, Oak Ridge Associated Universities, Oak Ridge, Tennessee, 31 January-2 February 1978
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INTRODUCTION Kenneth Hoover
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500 kV line altitude Anderson l978 avoid behavior bird collisions bird flights bird migration Blue-winged Teal breeding Bruneau River Bybee Lake ceilometer collision mortality collisions with power conductors corridor costs crossing dead birds distribution lines ducks eagles effects electric electrocution environmental evaluate factors feeding flights Fish and Wildlife flight patterns forest Gauthreaux Geese gulls habitat height impacts of transmission Klamath Basin kV transmission line land large numbers lines on birds losses Management Options migratory birds mission lines mitigation Mute Swans nocturnal migration North number of birds Oak Ridge Oregon overhead groundwire passerines percent potential power lines Prairie Island problem proposed route radar study raptors reduced reported right-of-way shorebirds spans species spring static wire structures Tennessee Valley Authority transmission lines U.S. Fish utility visibility voltage waterfowl wetlands Wildl Wildlife Refuge Wildlife Service Willard Wilson Bull wire strikes