Jethro Gauld

Jethro Gauld recently completed a PhD project “Improving the detection and estimation of birds’ collision risk with energy infrastructure using new and emerging tracking technologies” at the University of East Anglia, Norwich, UK and will graduate later this year. In his PhD he used GPS tracking of birds to map the areas where they are most sensitive to collision risks in relation to wind farms and power lines.

Wind Farms and Birds Are Learning to Coexist

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With bird-tracking AI and turbines that grind to a halt before strikes occur, today's wind farms are safer than ever for travelers on the wing.

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