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Spatial and temporal dynamics of bird movement over the North Sea

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posted on 2024-01-26, 12:14 authored by J.A. van ErpJ.A. van Erp, J.Z. ShamounJ.Z. Shamoun

This report provides the executive summary of the project “Spatial and temporal dynamics of bird movement over the North Sea” (GEM-03-266) and describes the outcomes of the bird radar monitoring at Gemini wind park. The project was divided into two sub-projects (SP): the aim of SP1 was to develop an e-ecology infrastructure to store, manage, and explore dedicated bird radar data from Gemini wind park, the aim of SP2 was to quantify bird migration and bird densities at sea, especially at rotor height, in relation to environmental variables. This document provides the executive summary of the project.

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This study and the project “Spatial and temporal dynamics of bird movement over the North Sea” (GEM-03-266) was funded by Gemini wind park, and additionally supported through the Open Technology Programme, project “Interactions between birds and offshore wind farms: drivers, consequences and tools for mitigation” (project number 17083), which is financed by the Dutch Research Council (NWO) Domain Applied and Engineering Sciences, in collaboration with the following public and private partners: Rijkswaterstaat and Gemini wind park. The use of the national computer facilities in this research was subsidized by NWO Domain Science with the support of SURF Cooperative.

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