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Wind Turbines and Bat Populations Workshop Notes
In 2007 BCT hosted a workshop on Wind Turbines and Bat Populations. Notes are brief, summarise discussions at the workshop, and need to be interpreted carefully. Site survey work and project proposals should not be drawn up based on the content of these…


Habitats Regulations - Scottish Statutory Instrument 2007 No. 80
Amendments to the Habitats Regulations in Scotland


BCT's Response to Proposed Licencing Procedures: 2007
BCT's response to proposed procedures for licences to possess bats under the revised Habitats Regulations


Impacts on bats - the european experience
Impacts on bats - the European experience Bach & Harbusch


Bats and Windfarms in England
Bats and Windfarms in England Caitríona Carlin and Tony Mitchell-Jones Natural England


Bats and Windfarms - Radar as a method of mitigation?
Bats and Windfarms Radar as a method of mitigation ? *P.A. Racey & B. Nicholls


Windturbines and Bat Populations
Resolution 5.6: Windturbines and Bat Populations, guidelines for the planning process and impact assessments The development of a new obligation by Dr. Christine Harbusch & Lothar Bach, Germany


Wind Energy in UK
Wind Energy in UK: current and future capacity Jason Ormiston - Acting Chief Executive Scottish Renewables


Resolution 5.6: Windturbines and Bat Populations, guidelines for the
Resolution 5.6: Windturbines and Bat Populations, guidelines for the planning process and impact assessments The development of a new obligation by Dr. Christine Harbusch & Lothar Bach, Germany


Mini-Turbines and Bats Questionnaire
A questionnaire that bat workers may like to give to owners of mini-turbines in an effort to gain more information to enable us to gauge their impact on bats.


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