Dr. Beyea on Other Environmental Issues.

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Dr. Beyea on Other Environmental Issues

Other Environmental Issues

Supervised Studies

^ Other Environmental Issues

Beyea, J., The smart electricity grid and scientific research, Science, 2010, 328:979-980

America's Energy Future - Technology and Transformation", Committee Report, National Research Council, National Academies of Science, 2009

"What is an appropriate Adaptive Management formulation in the wind-energy context?" Presentations to 1) National Wind Coordinating Council Wildlife Research Meeting VI, San Antonio, Nov. 15, 2006, and 2) NYSERDA Wind/Wildlife Dialogue Technical Workshop, Albany, Aug. 3, 2006.

Review of report, “Developing Methods to Reduce Bird Mortality in the Altamont Pass Wind Resource Area," in the context of criticisms by WEST, Inc. and comments by the California Energy Commission in its draft 2005 Integrated Energy Policy Report. Prepared at the request of The California Institute for Energy and Environment, 2005

"Avian Issues in Wind Development," in Proceedings of the 1995 Annual Meeting of the American Wind Energy Association, March 1995

"Principles for a National Avian-Wind Power Research Plan, " Proceedings of National Avian-Wind Power Planning Meeting, Denver, CO, Department of Energy, February 1995.

"Environmental Concerns Regarding Electric Power Transmission in North American," (with John DeCicco and Stephen Bernow of Tellus Institute), Energy Policy, Jan. 1992.

Interview of Jan Beyea by Valerie Harms, Annals of Earth, Sept. 1991.

"The Impact of Environmental Issues on Public Support for Fusion Research," Physics and Society, 19(1), p. 6-7, January, 1990.

"Biotechnology's Promise - and Danger," (with J. P. Myers), St. Louis Post Dispatch, 1989.

"Physics Pro Bono," letter to Physics Today, (40,10), October 1987. Also, "Physics Pro Bono Redux," response, (41,8) August 1988.

"Protecting the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge," (with Brock Evans) before the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources, U.S. Senate, June 11, 1987.

"Oil and Gas Resources on Federal Lands: Wilderness and Wildlife Refuges," (Stege and Beyea), Annual Review of Energy, ll, p. l43, 1986.

"Land Use Issues and the Media," published debate, Center for Communication, NYC, Oct., 1984.

Implications for Mortality of Weakening the Clean Air Act, (with G. Steve Jordan), Audubon EPAD Report #18, May, 1982.

"In the Matter of Application of Orange and Rockland Counties, Inc. for Conversion to Coal of Lovett Units 4 and 5," testimony and cross-examination on the health impacts of eliminating scrubbers as a requirement for conversion to coal; Department of Environmental Resources, State of N.Y., Nov. 5, 1981.

^ Supervised Studies

Ecological Guidelines for Commercial Forestry in Pennsylvania: A partnership project of the National Audubon Society. (On going.)

"Compost and the Regeneration of our Nation's Degraded Lands" (a series of Audubon essays and brochures), 1995.

"Easthampton Residential Compost Pilot," National Audubon Society, 1995

The National Audubon Society's Almanac for the Environment: The Ecology of Everyday Life, Grosset/Putnam, NY, 1994

Alaskan Wildlife Species and Habitats That Are Sensitive to Offshore Oil and Gas Development, by Dorene A. Bolze, EPAD Report #30, January, 1987.

"Side Effects of Renewable Energy Sources," by Larry Medsker, Revised Edition, Audubon EPAD Report #15, December, 1982.

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