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Stavanger Presentations 2012

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NATO multi-year research proposal I  
Albert de Hoon, NL

The Art of Bird Control I
Anastasios Anagnostopoulos, GR
Creating new habitats for great cormorants to reduce the risk of collisions at the Barcelona Airport I 
Ferran Navás, SP
Hunting dogs as a tool for the bird control I
Lars Corse, DK
Bird Strike Control and Reduction system in JAPAN I
Tokui Takahiro, JAP
Will conspicuous pied propellers keep birds away from the aircraft? I
Christian Kierulf Aas & Bjørn Johansen, NO
Informing air traffic on bird hazards I
Ossi Korhonen, FI
Birds in the “long grass”-the emergence of the Curlew (Numenius arquata)
- as an airfield bird hazardspecies in autumn and winter 
Thomas Kelly, IRL
Insufficient Registration of Birdstrikes in Russian Civil Aviation I
Sergey Ryzhov, RUS
Using DNA barcoding to identify birdstrike remains in Norway I
Christian Kierulf Aas, NO
An Aviation Wildlife Hazard Syllabus for Pilots: What would it look like? I
Jeff McKee, AUS
Risk Management of Wildlife in Brazil: actions at INFRAERO airports I
Thaise Leandro Barbosa, BRA
What prevents implementing integrated bird hazard management in Brazil? 
Challenges to integrate Regulation, Data collection and Risk Assessment I 
Henrique Oliveira, BRA
Birds vs. offshore helicopter operations I
Glenn Christiansen, NO
New standards for preventing wildlife strike hazard at Italian airports: results of the first year
of application I 

Alessandro Montemaggiori, ITA

100 years of fatalities and destroyed civil aircfaft due to bird strikes I  I  I
John Thorpe, UK

Bird strike prevention, how to proceed? I
Arie Dekker, NL
Bird strike prevention is an interface resolving effort I I 
Kas Beumkes, NL

Pilots and birds, can we share the skies? I
Dominique Schilderman-Karelse, NL 

Managing the unmanageable - views on the role airline companies can play I
Antal Pekk, UNG
Use of embedded systems to reduce birdstrike likelihood - Research on pertinent acoustic/visual
Nathalie Papin, FRA
Future development of mitigation of bird hazard to aircraft - an airport perspective I
Jill Holdsworth, AUS
Training of ATC personel regarding prevention of birdstrikes I
How the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) can contribute to improve the standards of
bird strike prevention and how to come to a more integrated approach for aviation industry? I

Zsofia Olah, GER
Observing birds at airports – some considerations to deal with radar data I
Coronula Grauf, GER
A multi-stakeholder approach to mitigate the risk of aircraft-wildlife collisions at Namibian airports I
Morgan Hauptfleisch, NAM
Aviation stakeholder management of bird strike risks – enhancing communication processes to pilots
air traffic controllers for information derived from avian radar I
Tim Nohara, CAN
New Chair I
Rob van Eekeren, NL
Risk of bird strikes, A discussion of current tools and practices I I
Ove Njå, NO
Comparison of wildlife strike data among airports to improve aviation safety I I
Richard Dolbeer, USA
Through the eyes of the birds I
Kristian Arntsen, NO
How IBSC Standards are understood and implemented across Europe I
Phil Mountain, UK
Meteorological forecasting of arctic bird migration to warn air traffic in Finland I  I 
Olavi Stenman, FI
Be real; the effectiveness of avian radars I
Addy Borst, NL
Bird Control at Schiphol I
Sanne Patijn, NL
Description of project Bird Detection System at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol
Alex Vreeke, NL
Training for airport wildlife control personnel: The IBSC recommendation I
Anastasios Anagnostopoulos, GR
An Aviation Syllabus for Biologists: What would it look like? I
Kylie Patrick, AUS
The databased e-Diary for airport bird patrols I I
Juha Joutsen, FIN
Ecosystem factors at two Namibian airports and their influence on the risk of aircraft-wildlife collisions I
Morgan Hauptfleisch, NAM
Characterizing Bird Movement On, and Around, Airports Using Avian Radars I
Edwin Herricks, USA
Operational Use of Bird Avoidance Radar Systems at Three Commercial Airports I
Ron Merrit, USA
Bird Detection System Deployment for Tokyo International Airport I
Eichler Rafal, JAP
A Real-Time Bird Detection System for Near-Airfield Airspace Utilizing a Thermo-Optical
Scanning System Movie.  (mp4 format - right click - "Save As") Movie.  (avi format)   (Flash version)
Nicholas Carter, USA
Image sensing technique for flying bird detection and classification in natural background I
Takeshima Kotaro, JAP
Real Time Warning System in the Israeli Air Force – Authority and responsibility I
Oded Ovadia, ISR
Maritime low level flying I
Ørjan Funderud, NO
The FlySafe project: How weather radars can improve the en-route bird strike warning system I
Hans van Gasteren, NL

Bird Hazards to Aircrafts in Kochi Naval Aerodrome INS GARUDA, Naval Base, Kochi, India 682004,
during 2003 – 2011 I
Daniel Mathew, IND
Height distribution of BS occurence - some analysis of worldwide BS database I
Yasushi Takeda, JAP
3 Decades of Reducing Bird Strikes in Israel – a Case Study I
Yossi Leshem, ISR
ESA future I
Amnon Ginati, NL

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