Proceedings of 2nd Bird Strike Committee USA/Canada Annual Meeting
8-10 August 2000
Minneapolis, Minnesota USA (www.birdstrike.org )

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Proceedings of 2nd Bird Strike Committee USA/Canada Annual Meeting

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AN EVALUATION OF TECHNIQUES FOR THE CONTROL OF BIRDS ON LANDFILLS NEAR AIRPORTS, John Allan and Andy Baxter

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THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN BIRD STRIKES AND WEATHER: A DETAILED SPECIES BASED ANALYSIS, John Allan, Susan Manktelow, and Jennifer Bell

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WILDLIFE CONTROL AT VANCOUVER INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT: INTRODUCING BORDER COLLIES, Dave Ball

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LASERS AS NONLETHAL AVIAN REPELLENTS: PRELIMINARY EXPERIMENTS, Bradley F. Blackwell and Glen E. Bernhardt

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RED-TAILED HAWK TRANSLOCATION FOR REDUCING COLLISIONS WITH AIRCRAFT, Matthew R. Bruggeman

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FEDERAL MIGRATORY BIRD PERMITS AND AIRPORTS, Marlys Bulander

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ANALYSIS OF THE USE OF RADIO-CONTROLLED MODELS IN BIRD DISPERSAL, Nicholas B. Carter

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THE USE OF BORDER COLLIES IN DOVER AIR FORCE BASE’S WILDLIFE CONTROL PROGRAM, Nicholas B. Carter

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CANADA GOOSE MANAGEMENT AT THE MINNEAPOLIS-ST. PAUL INTERNATIONAL AND DOWNTOWN ST. PAUL AIRPORTS, James A. Cooper

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RESOLVING BIRD/AIRCRAFT HAZARDS AT NAVAL AIR STATION NORTH ISLAND, SAN DIEGO, CALIFORNIA, John L. Cummings, John Turman, and Brian V. Archuleta

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CURRENT STATUS OF THE USAF BIRD AVOIDANCE MODEL (BAM), Russell P. DeFusco

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USDA-APHIS-WILDLIFE SERVICES’ INVOLVEMENT AT AIRPORTS DURING FY 1999 (Poster), Jessica Dewey

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MANAGEMENT OF RODENT POPULATIONS AT AIRPORTS, Jessica Dewey and Gary Witmer

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DEFINING AND REDUCING WILDLIFE HAZARDS TO AVIATION IN THE USA, Richard A. Dolbeer, Scott C. Barras, Bradley F. Blackwell, Thomas W. Seamans, Sandra E. Wright, and Edward C. Cleary

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BIRD STRIKE REMAINS IDENTIFIED AT NO COST TO AIRCRAFT OWNERS OR AIRPORTS, Carla Dove and Marcy Heacker-Skeans

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JET ENGINE CERTIFICATION STANDARDS, Paul Eschenfelder

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HIGH RETURN RATES FOR RELOCATED RED-TAILED HAWKS: PRELIMINARY FINDINGS AT PORTLAND INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, Julie Fukuda and Carole Hallett

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DEER MANAGEMENT AT AIRPORTS: A CASE STUDY, J. Harris Glass

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FLIGHT CONTROL AS A GOOSE DETERRENT AT PORTLAND INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, Sharon Gordon and Noel Lyman

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FAA PERSPECTIVE ON FUTURE DIRECTIONS OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT TO REDUCE THE BIRD STRIKE THREAT, Michel J. Hovan and William J. Hughes

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MANAGEMENT OF SILVER GULLS TO PREVENT BIRD STRIKES AT SYDNEY AIRPORT, Aimee Hutchinson

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UTILITY OF TDWR AND ASR-9 DATA TO MITIGATE BIRD STRIKES AT COMMERCIAL AIRPORTS, Mark A. Isaminger and Mark E. Weber

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REDUCING THE PRESENCE OF RAPTORS AT KANSAS CITY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, Robert Johnson and Dan McMurtry

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BIRD STRIKE TRENDS AND BIRD HARASSMENT EFFORTS IN CHINA, Zhou Ming Jun

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THE AVIAN HAZARD ADVISORY SYSTEM (AHAS): OPERATIONAL USE OF WEATHER RADAR FOR REDUCING BIRD STRIKE RISK IN NORTH AMERICA, T. Adam Kelly, Ron Merritt, Andreas Smith, Mark Howera, and Ron White

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DISPERSAL OF SOARING RAPTORS USING RADIO-CONTROLLED AIRCRAFT, Mark Loud

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SUCCESSFUL ACTIONS FOR AVIAN HAZARD CONTROL IN BRAZIL, Luiz Claudio Magalhaes Bastos

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USE OF RADAR SYSTEMS AT COMMERCIAL AIRPORTS FOR BIRD STRIKE HAZARD IDENTIFICATION, Ron Merritt and T. Adam Kelly

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THE USE OF BORDER COLLIES TO DISPERSE BIRDS AT SOUTHWEST FLORIDA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, Bobby D. O'rick

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WILDLIFE MANAGEMENT TOOLS – WHAT’S IN YOUR TOOLBOX?, John E. Ostrom

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SUMMARY OF BIRD INGESTIONS INTO AIRCRAFT ENGINES: CURRENT INDUSTRY ACTIVITY AND BIRD STRIKE REPORTING, Richard Parker

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PRELIMINARY RESULTS FROM SATELLITE AND VHF TRACKING OF RELOCATED RED-TAILED HAWKS AT O’HARE INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, Laurence M. Schafer

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POTENTIAL USE OF ON-BOARD RADAR FOR BIRD DETECTION AND AVOIDANCE, Pete Stephan

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COULD FALCON EFFIGY KITES INCREASE THE EFFICACY OF FALCONRY I.P.M.?, Thomas N. Stephan

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FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH DAMAGING BIRD STRIKES FOR UNITED STATES AIR FORCE AIRCRAFT, Christine A. Tedrow, Patrick F. Scanlon, James A. Parkhurst, and Steve L. McMullin

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A BETTER WAY TO RECORD AND REPORT ON WILDLIFE MOVEMENTS, Greg Winfield

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CREATING A WILDLIFE PROGRAM, Dan Wood

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DEVELOPMENT OF A BIRD AVOIDANCE MODEL FOR NAVAL AIR FACILITY EL CENTRO, CALIFORNIA, Edward Zakrajsek, John Bissonette, and Tricia Cutler