2 edition of Wildlife mitigation technologies for man-made impacts found in the catalog.
Wildlife mitigation technologies for man-made impacts
Heather J. Musclow
by Utah Dept. of Natural Resources, Division of Wildlife Resources in Salt Lake City, UT (1596 W. North Temple, Salt Lake City 84116)
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 114-139) and index.
|Statement||Heather J. Musclow, Larry B. Dalton.|
|Series||Publication ;, no. 90-3, Publication (Utah. Division of Wildlife Resources) ;, no. 90-3|
|Contributions||Dalton, Larry B., Utah. Division of Wildlife Resources.|
|LC Classifications||SK453 .A25 no. 90-3, QL85 .A25 no. 90-3|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 141 p. :|
|Number of Pages||141|
|LC Control Number||92620246|
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The future of wildlife hazard mitigation. As technology advances, it also advances the techniques and methods used to deter hazardous wildlife behaviours at airports, aerodromes and other impact areas. Read on to learn more and find opinions of experts on this issue: The actuality of wildlife hazard mitigation. A recently published e-book briefly documents these mitigation technologies and captures measures to minimise the negative impacts of conflict on both human and wildlife. As this book has.
Climate change mitigation consists of actions to limit the magnitude or rate of global warming and its related effects. This generally involves reductions in human emissions of greenhouse gases (GHGs).. Fossil fuels account for about 70% of GHG emissions. The main challenge is to eliminate the use of coal, oil and gas and substitute these fossil fuels with clean energy sources. “Whereas outages caused by vehicle accidents and storm events are difficult to tackle, animal-caused outages can be addressed using straightforward methods involving insulation and isolation,” says Rick Harness, Certified Wildlife Biologist, EDM International Inc., an electric utility consulting company.
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Mitigation of Impacts to Fish and Wildlife Habitat 1 Executive Summary I. BACKGROUND Every year, human activities cause significant harm to fish and wildlife habitat and the environment. Many of the impacts to these natural resources are never addressed. In certain cases, however, federal.
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Mitigation The Six Elements of conflict exist in all HWC contexts. Actions in each element must be included within any HWC management program for it to be effective.
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Human-Wildlife Conflicts: Causes and Mitigation Measures in Tsavo Conservation Area, Kenya Stanley M. Makindi1, Mark N. Mutinda2, Nicholas K.W. Olekaikai3, Wilson L. Olelebo4, Abdillahi A.
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REGIONAL IMPACTS OF AND VULNERABILITIES TO CLIMATE CHANGE 18 Africa 18 Asia 20 Latin.Environmental Guide for Mitigating Road Impacts to Wildlife. Part of the Environmental Standards and Practices. ISSUED BY: ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY OFFICE. MINISTRY OF TRANSPORTATION. ST. PAUL STREET ST.
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