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RAPTOR STRIKE AVOIDANCE AT SEATTLE-TACOMA INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT: A BIOLOGICAL APPROACH, Clifford Anderson and Steve Osmek
Adopting an integrated, flexible approach to reducing the birdstrike risk from Canada geese, Andy Baxter and Ian Witter
North American Bird Strike Advisory System: Strategic Plan, Russell P. DeFusco , USAF (ret.); Michel J. Hovan; James T. Harper , Lt. Col., USAF; and Kurt A. Heppard
ENHANCEMENT OF THE FAA’s ON-LINE WILDLIFE AIRCRAFT STRIKE DATABASE WITH AN INTERACTIVE GRAPHICS CAPABILITY, Archie M. Dickey, Allen R. Newman, and Michel Hovan
HIGH SPEED FLIGHT AT LOW ALTITUDE: HAZARD TO COMMERCIAL AVIATION ?, Paul F. Eschenfelder , Capt.
Efficacy of Aircraft Mounted Lighting to Reduce Bird Strikes, Scott T. Philibin
Wildlife Risk Management at Vancouver International Airport, Gary F. Searing
TRASH AND WATER: MANAGING ON-AIRPORT WILDLIFE ATTRACTANTS AT PAINE FIELD, WASHINGTON, Matthew R. Stevens, Laurence M. Schafer, and Brian E. Washburn
Affordable, Real-Time, 3-D Avian Radar Networks For Centralized North American Bird Advisory Systems, Peter Weber, Tim J. Nohara, and Sidney A. Gauthreaux Jr.
PERCENTAGE OF WILDLIFE STRIKES REPORTED AND SPECIES IDENTIFIED UNDER A VOLUNTARY REPORTING SYSTEM, Sandra E. Wright and Richard A. Dolbeer
THE BIOLOGICAL PROTECTION OF THE CZECH AIR FORCE´S., Milan ŽUFFA-KUNČO