The Impacts of artificial Electromagnetic Radiation on Wildlife
The reports from a web-conference organised by EKLIPSE in January are now available.
The web-conference discussed the Impacts of artificial ElectroMagnetic Radiation (EMR) on wildlife (flora and fauna). The aim of the web-conference was to highlight the current state of the art in this field, to identify knowledge gaps related to the impacts on different taxonomic groups, to discuss the technical aspects and methodologies used in current studies, and to identify and prioritize key research needs and policy recommendations. This involved the participation of a wide range of experts from different disciplines.
The reports from the EMR conference are now available on the EKLIPSE website, along with the video recordings, the powerpoint presentations and more information on the event.