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The Acoustic Ecology Institute: “Animals directly affected by some aspect of living near wind turbines”

The Acoustic Ecology Institute — June 2012 This is the most substantial report I’ve yet seen suggesting that an animal is directly affected by some aspect living near a wind turbine.   In this case, the wind farm company requested that a vet examine the dog after the owner contacted them about a dramatic behavior change […]

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Most Arctic Animals should deal with Climate Change just fine

From the Smithsonian.com — December 21, 2012 In a new study by Anouschka Hof, Roland Jansson and Christer Nilsson, all at Umeå University in Sweden, the trio of scientists found that, in most cases, global warming will actually give a boost to Arctic and subarctic life. Looking at 61 terrestrial mammal species that currently inhabit high-latitude Europe the scientists found that, under […]

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