Data from: Automated curtailment of wind turbines reduces eagle fatalities

Christopher McClure, Brian Rolek, Leah Dunn, Jennifer McCabe, Luke Martinson & Todd Katzner
Collision-caused fatalities of animals at wind power facilities create a ‘green versus green’ conflict between wildlife conservation and renewable energy. These fatalities can be mitigated via informed curtailment whereby turbines are slowed or stopped when wildlife are considered at increased risk of collision. Automated monitoring systems could improve efficacy of informed curtailment, yet such technology is undertested. We test the efficacy of an automated curtailment system—a camera system that detects flying objects, classifies them, and...
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