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Quick Hits:  Reducing Wildlife Hazards Around Water Sources at the Airport
Quick Hits: Reducing Wildlife Hazards Around Water Sources at the Airport
This is the first installment of Digicast's new series called "Quick Hits". This series touches on a variety of topics with helpful information. The first segment is about how to minimize the prey at water sources around the airport. John Metcalf, Orlando International Airport's Wildlife Management Supervisor and Biologist, reviews their fish thinning mitigation techniques.
 
Duration: 4 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1510-1501
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Risk Assessment Procedures
Risk Assessment Procedures
Dr. Nicholas Carter, Birdstrike Control Program for WBA/CARSAMPAF, and Albert de Hoon, of NATO Wildlife Strike Prevention for Military Aviation Authority NLD, reviewed their proposed new standard measure of performance for wildlife strike prevention. Recorded August 14, 2014.
 
Duration: 38 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1495-1409
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Environmental/Planning
 
Habitat Management
Habitat Management
Jim Merchlewitz, Civil Engineer for Advanced Drainage Systems, discussed new techniques to limit surface water, plan and manage stormwater, and reduce wildlife threats to aircraft safety. Recorded August 13, 2014.
 
Related Document(s):  AC 150/5200-33B
 
Duration: 24 min
ATSI Test Status:  Test Available
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Wild Alaska:  A Tale of Two Airports
Wild Alaska: A Tale of Two Airports
Paul Khera, CM, Southeast Region Airport Safety & Security Officer for Alaska DOT & Public Facilities, reviewed bird strike cases at Klawock and Sitka Airports. Also, he discussed the challenges in managing bird strikes. Recorded August 13, 2013.
 
Duration: 23 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1454-1310
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Effects of Vehicle Speed on Flight Initiation By Turkey Vultures Feeding on Roads
Effects of Vehicle Speed on Flight Initiation By Turkey Vultures Feeding on Roads
There are roughly 80 million bird-automobile collisions and 10,000 birdstrikes with aircraft annually in the United States. Travis DeVault, of the USDA Wildlife Services, discussed the integration of sensory ecology and antipredator behavior to understand animal reactions to moving vehicles. Recorded August 14, 2013.
 
Duration: 27 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1453-1310
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Why Did the Terrapin Cross the Runway?
Why Did the Terrapin Cross the Runway?
Laura Francoeur, of The Port Authority of NY and NJ, discussed the terrapin problem at JFK Airport. She reviewed terrapin strikes and the prevention measures taken to lower the risk of strikes. Recorded August 14, 2013.
 
Duration: 20 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1452-1309
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Hot Topic:  Avian Radar - Use of Avian Radar Units to Manage Risk at Airports
Hot Topic: Avian Radar - Use of Avian Radar Units to Manage Risk at Airports
DFW Airport is the host site of a project sponsored by the FAA and managed by C.E.A.T. The information shared in this presentation involves avian radar research. Catherine Boyles, Wildlife Administrator, Dallas/ Fort Worth International Airport, gave her insights on deploying radar at the airport. She focused her presentation on SRC, Inc. and GEO Marine, Inc. installations. Recorded August 14, 2013.
 
Duration: 25 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1451-1309
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Strike, Snarge & Safety:  Your Guide to Wildlife Strike Reporting
Strike, Snarge & Safety: Your Guide to Wildlife Strike Reporting
Managing wildlife hazards at airports can be a complex activity. This video is your guide to reporting birdstrikes. You will learn how to collect evidence from a birdstrike, how to ship the evidence and the reporting process. This video was produced by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA).
 
Related Document(s):  Form FAA 5200-7
 
Duration: 12 min
ATSI Test Status:  Test Available
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Environmental/Planning
 
What are the Benefits of Hosting a Solar Farm on Airport Property?
What are the Benefits of Hosting a Solar Farm on Airport Property?
In this video, you will learn how Lakeland Linder Regional Airport (LAL) was contacted to host a solar farm on airport property. Jeff Curry, of Lakeland Electric, gives an overview on the benefits and the challenges with having a Solar Farm on airport property. ARFF Lt. Blake Monroe discusses the dangers and guidelines for ARFF personnel dealing with an emergency at the solar farm. Also, airport director, Eugene Conrad, III, C.M. shares the successes of hosting a solar farm at the airport.
 
Related Document(s):  Firefighter Safety and Photovoltaic Installations Research Project
 Response to Solar Power Equipped Strutures
 
Duration: 31 min
ATSI Test Status:  Test Available
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Orlando International Airport's Wildlife Hazard Management Program
Orlando International Airport's Wildlife Hazard Management Program
John Metcalf, Orlando International Airport's Wildlife Management Supervisor and Biologist, reviews his comprehensive wildlife program. He discusses procedures for handling wildlife issues inside and outside the fence. A special thank you to Orlando International Airport for their assistance in the production of this video.
 
Duration: 23 min
ATSI Test Status:  Test Available
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Environmental/Planning
 
Part 139.337: Wildlife Hazard Management
Part 139.337: Wildlife Hazard Management
This video covers airport wildlife hazard management issues, including required-training elements detailed in FAR Part 139.337.
 
Duration: 6 min
ATSI Test Status:  Test Available
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Operations/Maintenance
Environmental/Planning
 
Wildlife Hazard Awareness
Wildlife Hazard Awareness
This video will raise awareness of wildlife strike hazards at airports, explain the purpose of a Wildlife Hazard Management Plan, illustrate the techniques used to reduce wildlife strikes with aircraft, and describe documents and procedures relevant to wildlife hazard management.
 
Related Document(s):  FAA's Wildlife Hazard Management Plan Outline
 CFR Title 50 for Wildlife and Fisheries
 
Duration: 8 min
ATSI Test Status:  Test Available
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Environmental/Planning
 
Florida Airports & The Environment
Florida Airports & The Environment
ANTN takes a look at how several Florida airports, including Fort Lauderdale and Southwest Florida International, tackle day-to-day environmental issues. Topics covered include noise abatement, wildlife management and stormwater run-off.
 
Duration: 11 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1146-073
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Environmentally Friendly Wildlife Abatement
Environmentally Friendly Wildlife Abatement
See firsthand how a dog becomes a valuable employee at Southwest Florida International Airport and how dogs can be one of the best tools when it comes to helping keep birds off the airfield. (5:10)
 
Duration: 5 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 1134-0612
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Environmental/Planning
 
Airports A-Z Series 2: GIS and the Environmentally Safe Airport
Airports A-Z Series 2: GIS and the Environmentally Safe Airport
In this video, learn how Port Columbus International Airport uses their Geographical Information System to store, track and respond to environmentally sensitive issues on airport grounds.
 
Duration: 6 min
ATSI Test Status:  Test Available
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Operations/Maintenance
Environmental/Planning
 
Airports A-Z Series 2: Creating Wetlands at Detroit
Airports A-Z Series 2: Creating Wetlands at Detroit
A profile of the very successful wetland creation program at Detroit Metro Airport. The program discusses not only the airports role but how it worked together with Wayne County Parks and Recreation to create an environment with a wide variety of mammals and plant life.
 
Duration: 7 min
ATSI Test Status:  No Test Available
Tape Number: 204-001-1
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Airports A-Z Series 2: Glycol Recycling at Albany International Airport
Airports A-Z Series 2: Glycol Recycling at Albany International Airport
Learn about Albany’s environment-friendly way of getting rid of glycol runoff. Micro organisms eat the glycol and also create methane gas used to heat buildings around the airport. This procedure has won many awards for its low envirnomental impact.
 
Duration: 4 min
ATSI Test Status:  Test Available
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