Wildlife Hazard Management at Airports

Wildlife Hazard Management at Airports

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This manual is designed to inform airport personnel about the scope of the wildlife strike problem and to serve as a ready reference on legal authority, regulations, and the development, implementation, and evaluation of Wildlife Hazard Management Plans for airports. Although the economic costs of wildlife strikes are extreme, the cost in human lives lost when aircraft crash as a result of strikes best illustrates the need for management of the wildlife strike problem. Birds are not the only wildlife problem for aircraft. Deer, coyotes, and even alligators wandering onto runways can create serious problems for departing and landing aircraft.This manual is designed to inform airport personnel about the scope of the wildlife strike problem and to serve as a ready reference on legal authority, regulations, and the development, implementation, and evaluation of Wildlife Hazard ...


Title:Wildlife Hazard Management at Airports
Author: Edward C. Cleary, Richard A. Dolbeer, National Wildlife Research Center (U.S.), United States. Federal Aviation Administration. Airport Safety and Compliance Branch
Publisher: - 1999*
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