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    Aligning Energy Transition Policy with Endangered Species Conservation Needs
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    Automated remote monitoring and species detection of birds in wind farms.
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    Bioseco Bird Protection System – easy way to protect birds at windfarms
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    Comparison of Bat Activity Recorded by Acoustic Detectors and Thermal Cameras at a Meteorological Tower.
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    Deep Learning and Computer Vision for Wildlife Observation at Renewable Energy Sites
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    Eagle Protection and Offset Program
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    Effective power pole mitigation for offsetting eagle incidental take at renewable energy facilities
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    Effective stakeholder engagement: New York State’s Technical Working Groups
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    Expanding Corporate Sustainability Reporting: the role of vegetation at ground-mounted solar facilities
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    Initial Results - A Multi-Sensor Approach for Measuring Bird and Bat Collisions with Wind Turbines
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    Integrating AI to Streamline Image Analysis and Improve Detection for Industry-related Wildlife Surveys
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    Meeting the Money: Siting and Permitting a Renewable Energy Project For Successful Project Financing
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    Permitting Deterrents, or Deterrents to Permitting?
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    Pollinator-Friendly Photovoltaic (PV) Solar Energy: A Review and Comparison of State Policies and Programs
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    Review and Cost Summary of Published Wind Habitat Conservation Plans (HCPs)
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    Stakeholder Engagement: How to Connect in Times of Social Distancing
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    The Regulatory Void of Battery Energy Storage Systems
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    Up Scaling: Capacity Maximization under Noise Siting Constraints as Turbines Grow in Size
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    Use of Technology for Detecting Wildlife Mortality at Wind Turbines
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    What We've Learned About Wildlife Fatalities and Increasing Turbine Size