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RECOMMENDATIONS ON DOBROGEA AREAS, ROMANIA, WHERE THE EOLIEN CENTRALS LOCATION TO BE RESTRICTED FROM THE CAUSE OF BIRDS MIGRATION CORRIDORS

R. F. CRETU, P. STEFAN, R. C. CRETU
Wednesday 19 December 2018 by Libadmin2018

ABSTRACT

Renewable energies are considered among those that do not produce pollutant emissions and therefore have world-wide benefits, their exploitation indirectly contributing to reducing local pollution but also global phenomena (primarily greenhouse gases). As a result, the development of technologies to exploit these significant and non-polluting energy sources is one of the main objectives of global energy policies that, in the context of sustainable development, aim to increase energy supply security, protect the environment and develop commercially- energy-efficient. Lately, there has been a significant increase in demand for the construction of wind farms and related infrastructure. Most of the plans concerned areas in Dobrogea, Romania. In this paper we analyzed and interpreted issues related to the impact of wind farms on bird groups and having recommendations to avoid future problems due to improper wind power stations in areas sensitive to biodiversity, are part of the Natura 2000 network and in areas that constitute bird migration corridors. The field studies were carried out by the NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF RESEARCH - DEVELOPMENT "DANUBE DELTA" - TULCEA. Based on the analysis and interpretation of the information, the maps with the distribution of the feeding and resting places of the geese and swans in Dobrogea, the map of the Dobrogea areas were suitable, in which it is recommended to exclude the location of the wind farms and the related infrastructures and the map of the Dobrogea areas where wind power is allowed, but their construction or operation will have to be restricted due to the migration of planted birds and / or the geese and swans wintering populations.

Keywords: Birds migration, Dobrogea, renewable energies, wind.


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