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Web Tools

Explore Energy & Wildlife science using the web applications below.

North American Bat Monitoring Program (NABat) Partner Portal

NABat is an international and interagency program that aims to conserve North American bat populationsby providing standardized survey data from across the continent.

U.S. Wind Turbine Database Viewer

The USWTDB Viewer, created by the USGS Energy Resources Program, lets you visualize, inspect, interact, and download the most current USWTDB through a dynamic web application. The USWTDB Viewer replaces an earlier web application called WindFarm and includes many enhancements made based on comments and suggestions from WindFarm users.

SWEDD Project Interactive Map for the Colorado Plateau

The Southwest Energy Exploration, Development, and Drought (SWEDD) project provides robust scientific tools and information to inform natural resource management decision making to address complex social-ecological issues on the Colorado Plateau.

Statistical Tools for Wind and Solar Energy Development and Operations

Solar and wind power development is increasing exponentially in the United States. However, these energy sources may affect wildlife, either directly from collisions with the turbine blades or photovoltaic arrays or indirectly from loss of habitat and migration routes. An important component to understanding the effects of these renewable energy projects on wildlife is accurate and precise estimates of fatality.

Native Bee Inventory and Monitoring Lab (BIML)

Species occurrence records for native and non-native bees, wasps and other insects collected using mainly pan, malaise, and vane trapping; and insect netting methods in Canada, Mexico, the non-contiguous United States, U.S. Territories (specifically U.S. Virgin Islands), U.S. Minor Outlying Islands and other global locations.