465-Airport Engineering - Part V - Airport Wildlife Hazards
By: Luke Zollinger, P.E.
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This continuing education course is written specifically for professional engineers with the objective of relating to and enhancing the practice of engineering.
The fifth course in the series, this document addresses the hazards of wildlife at airports. This lesson will inform you of the damage wildlife strikes can cause, control methods, features that attract wildlife at airports, and insight to federal regulations. Upon completion, you will know about the various mitigation responses airport personnel can take and why engineers should consider wildlife when planning and designing airport projects.
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Joseph S Johnson
Good course on wildlife hazards.
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