The conference in Kingston in 2007 was the 9th combined meeting of Bird Strike Committee USA and Bird Strike Committee Canada. Previous separate meetings of the two organizations have occurred over the last decade throughout the U.S. and Canada. Presentations have included papers, posters and demonstrations on wildlife control techniques, new technologies, land-use issues, training, engineering standards, and habitat management. These presentations have all contributed to an enhanced awareness of the bird hazard issue.

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2007

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FACING BIRD ATTRACTING FACTORS OUTSIDE AIRPORTS: THE ITALIAN APPROACH (*), Valter Battistoni

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Laser dispersal of gulls from reservoirs near airports, Andy Baxter

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Integration and Validation of Networked Avian Radar (IVAR), Marissa Brand

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WWW Integration of FAA and SWA Birdstrike Reporting Systems, Stanley D. Clark

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A successful case study: The bird control program of Waste Management Outer Loop Recycling and Disposal Facility, Louisville, Kentucky, USA, Russell P. DeFusco

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Airport Wildlife Strike Summary and Risk Analysis Report: a new addition to the FAA’s Wildlife Hazard Mitigation Website, Richard A. Dolbeer, Heather Marriot, and Allen Newman

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THE BIRDSTRIKE IDENTIFICATION PROGRAM AT THE SMITHSONIAN INSTITUTION AND NEW RECOMMENDATIONS FOR DNA SAMPLING, Carla J. Dove, Marcy Heacker, and Nancy Rotzel

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Managing Bird Populations at an Incompatible Land Use near an Airport: Dike 10B Confined Disposal Facility, Craig R. Hicks, Randy J. Outward, Jonathon D. Cepek, and Thomas W. Seamans

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Using Zena™ Prototypes as Perching Deterrents on Airfield Signage, Noel K. Jinings

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An Advanced Avian Radar Display for Automated Bird Strike Risk Determination for Airports and Airfields, T. Adam Kelly, Ron Merritt, and Gary W. Andrews

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Bald Eagle Nest Removal: Making a Case and Building Consensus among Various Agencies and Organizations for Amicable Removal, Johnny C. Metcalf

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BIRD STRIKE RISK ASSESSMENT AT A PROPOSED U.S. NAVY OUTLYING LANDING FIELD IN NORTHEASTERN NORTH CAROLINA, Greg Netti, Christine M. Sousa, Michael J. Begier, Robert C. Beason, and J. Dan Cecchini

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An Overview of Avian Radar Developments – Past, Present and Future, Tim J. Nohara, B. Eng, M. Eng, Peter Weber, Andrew Ukrainec, Al Premji, and Graeme Jones

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Further Discussion of Bird Strike Design Issues for Engines with Obscured Fans, Julian M. Reed

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Dead bird effigies: A nightmare for gulls?, Thomas W. Seamans, Craig R. Hicks, and Kenneth J. Preusser

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Airport Bird Hazard Risk Assessment Process, Richard Sowden, Terry Kelly, and Stewart Dudley

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Bald Eagles: A Threatened Species becomes a Threat to Aviation, Sandra E. Wright