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Warsaw Sheehy, S.; Kelly, T. and Bourke, P. A comparison of the injury syndromes associated with dofferent sources of Avian Mortality
Warsaw Briot, J. L. and Bataille, P. A new laser equipment designed for Avain dispersal in airport environment
Warsaw Carter, N. B. and Cohen, Col. E. A paradigm shift in Birdstrike prevention by the israeli Force
Warsaw Carter, N. B. Agriculture on Airfields: Short-term benefit, long-term loss
Warsaw Dolbeer, R. A. and Eschenfelder, P. Amplified bird-strike risks related to population increases of large birds in North America
Warsaw Beason, Dr. R. C. Avian sensory perception: what do we need to know to improve avian detection of aircraft?
Warsaw Fennessy, G.; Kelly, T. C.; O'Callaghan, M. J. A.; Bourke, P. D.; Sheehy, S. and Bolger, R. Bird Aircraft interactions in relation to Ambient Light conditions
Warsaw Rochard, B. and Deacon, N. Bird hazard created by wetlands near aerodromes
Warsaw Shamoun-Baranes, J. Bird migration, weather and flight safety: towards a bird avoidance model in the middle east
Warsaw Matijaca, A. Bird Strike outside airport boundaries
Warsaw Ramaakrishnan Palat, M. and Mahesh-Kumar, M. Bird strike rates in the aerodromes of Kerala, India in relation to preventive measures 1999-2002
Warsaw Anagnostopoulos, A. Bird Strike risk assessment for athers international airport
Warsaw Nikolaidis, E. D. Bird Strike statistics in Hellas civil aviation
Warsaw Battistoni, Dr. V. Bird Strikes and the courts: The Genoa Case
Warsaw Zolotarev, S. and Silaeva, O. Co-ordination center for ornithological safety of aerodromes: the main purposes and tasks
Warsaw Szczepanik, Dr. R. I. Collisions of military aircraft with birds in the airfield airspace in Poland
Warsaw Shao-pin Yo & Chien-Cheng Lee Community dynamic study of insect foraging guild at CCK Air fore base in Taiwan
Warsaw Szczepanik, R. Compressor blades technical condition monitoring system of turbine aero-engines in regard to bird strike aspect
Warsaw Lensink, R. and Dirksen, S. Dealing with restrictions due to the airport surroundings directive schiphol in the Netherlands
Warsaw Delichatsiou-Kolokotroni, A. Delichatsiou-Kolokotroni Anastasia, Antoniou Dimitrios, Anagnostopoulos
Warsaw Allan, J. R.; Orosz, A.; Badham, A. and Bell, J. Development of birdstrike assessment procedures, their use on airports and potentail benefits to the aviation industry
Warsaw Bloise, C.; Reis, S.; Miravent, V.; Cabral, H. and Rufino, R. Diurnal local bird movements in the area of the new Lisbon airport
Warsaw Dolbeer, R. A.; Chipman, R. B.; Gosser, A. L.; Barras, S. C. Does shooting alter flight patterns of gulls to avoid an airport: case study at John F.Kennedy International Airport
Warsaw Komenda-Zehnder, M. and Bruderer, Dr. B. Effects of disturbance by aircraft overflight on waterbirds - An experimental approach
Warsaw Dekker, A. and Gasteren, H. Eurbase, Progress report and first impressions on bird species
Warsaw Thorpe, J. Fatalities and destroyed civil aircraft due to bird strikes, 1912-2002
Warsaw Leshem, Y. and Froneman, A. Flight safety and nature conservation - the ultimate connection, the Great Rift Valley case study
Warsaw Mountain, P. and Conyers, C. Further developments of identification of birdstrike remains by DNA Analysis
Warsaw Buurma, L. S. Hunting or Scaring
Warsaw Eschenfelder, P. ICAO Wildlife Mitigation - The Next Step?
Warsaw Ball, S. A. Justification to combine fod and bash control into a Civilian Job
Warsaw Short, J. J. and Sullivan, N. Managing airfield bird hazards using an environmental management system
Warsaw Eschenfelder, P. Mandatory strike reporting - The time has come
Warsaw Radek Krupka, Maj. M. V. D. Military project "Ornit" - The way of ornithological data spreading insode armed forces (CAF)
Warsaw Klein, L. A.; Hovan, M.; Genello, G. and Antonik, P. MMW Radar for dedicated bird detection at airports and airfields
Warsaw Budgey, R. Modelling bird abundance across a range of land use types for use in a bird avoidance model
Warsaw Speelman, R. J. Need resources for your project? Get investors to say Yes!
Warsaw de Hoon, A. and Buurma, L. S. Number of birds on the ground and in the air in t=relation to Bird Strike Data
Warsaw Baxter, A.; St. James, K.; Thompson, R. and Laycock, H. Predicting the birdstrike hazard from Gulls at Landfill Sites
Warsaw Wattel, J. Prevention and Indication
Warsaw Ruhe, W. Radar bird observation and bird strike warnings in the Western Baltic Region
Warsaw Morgenroth, C. Recommendations for the official approval of gravel excavations below groundwater level with a view to birdstrike prevention
Warsaw Rao, A. K. R. Review of Annex 14, Volume 1 Provisions on Bird Strike Hazard Reduction
Warsaw Ramaakrishnan Palat, M. and Mahesh-Kumar, M. Review of the bird strike reports sent to BNHS India (1997-2000)
Warsaw Anagnostopoulos, A.; Nikolaidis, E. and Koumantakis, E. Risk Assessment Model case study hellenic airports
Warsaw Weitz, Dr. H. Rooks (Corvus Frugilegus) at Giebelstadt US Army airfield protecting the birds or reducing the birdstrike risk?
Warsaw Richardson, W. J. and West, T. Serious birdstrike accidents to military aircraft of many countries: Additions and known totals
Warsaw Dekker, A. Taking Habitat management one step further
Warsaw Thorpe, J. The birdstrike implicaton oflow-cost airlines, using smaller airports
Warsaw Vandel, R. The birdstrike problem in the view of Flight Safety Foundation
Warsaw Kelly, Dr. T. C. and Bolger, R. The changing pattern of bird strikes caused by pigeons at an Irish airport
Warsaw Kelly, T. C.; Bourke, P. D.; O'Callaghan, M. J. A.; Fennessy, G.; Bolger, R. and Sheehy, S. The effect of length of daylight on bird-strike rates
Warsaw Aas, C. K.; Bentz, P. G. and Stenman, O. The Nordic bird strike advisory group - a Short presentation
Warsaw Yohannes, E. The role of local weather conditions on the rate of bird strike incidents: a case study at addis ababa Airport, Ethiopia
Warsaw Froneman, A. and Rooyen, M. The successful implementation of a border collie bird scaring program at Durban International Airport, South Africa
Warsaw Deacon, N. The use of birdstrike statistics as an aerodrome bird hazard control auditing tool
Warsaw Deacon, N. The use of natural and artificial line of sight obstructions as bird deterrents on near and aerodromes
Warsaw Bouten, W; Belle, J; Benabdelkader, A; Buurma, L; Gasteren, H; Hoon, A; Heuvelink, G; Foppen, R; Ree Towards an operational Bird Avoidance System: combining models and mesaurements
Warsaw Sierdsema, H. Using bird atlas and monitoring data for a european bird avoidance model
Warsaw Dekker, A. and Buurma, L. S. Zero-tolerance a panacea

 

The pages below show lists of papers from each conference. Links are available to all papers listed.

 

29th - Cairns 2010 28th - Brasil 2008
27th - Athens 2005 26th - Warsaw 2003 25th - Amsterdam 2000
24th - Slovakia 1998 23rd - London 1996 22nd - Vienna 1994
21st - Jerusalem 1992 20th - Helsinki 1990 19th - Madrid 1988
18th - Copenhagen 1986 17th - Rome 1984 16th - Moscow 1982
15th - Brussels 1981 14th - The Hague 1979 13th - Bern 1978
12th - Paris 1977 11th - London 1976 10th - Stockholm 1975
9th - Frankfurt 1974 8th - Paris 1973 7th - London 1972
6th - Copenhagen 1971 5th - The Hague 1970 4th - The Hague 1969
3rd - Brussels 1968 2nd - The Hague 1967 1st - Frankfurt 1966 - no papers

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