• Posted April 02, 2019

Smart Curtailment Study Shows 85% Reduction In Bat Fatalities Associated With Wind Turbines

A new study by Normandeau scientists and colleagues demonstrated an 85% reduction in bat fatalities at a wind energy facility in Wisconsin. Learn more

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  • Posted March 25, 2019

Normandeau Federal Program Director Serves As SAME Sustainability Forum Planning Committee Chair

Normandeau’s Wendy Oresik serves as the planning committee chair for the upcoming Society of American Military Engineers (SAME) Sustainability Forum for Puget Sound Recovery and the Built Environment.

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  • Posted March 18, 2019

DOE selects Normandeau Team for $1 Million Smart Curtailment Project

The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) awarded a $1 million research project to test Normandeau’s Turbine Integrated Mortality Reduction (TIMRSM) approach.

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  • Posted November 30, 2018

Offshore Wildlife Surveys for Empire Wind Completed

Normandeau Associates and its partner APEM have completed ultra-high resolution aerial surveys of offshore wildlife in the proposed Empire Wind area off the coast of New York state. Learn more...

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  • Posted August 09, 2018

Environmental Consulting Firm Has An Unusual Tie To Space Satellites

Normandeau has an unusual tie to CubeSats satellites. It hosts a camera manufactured by Gumstix, the same firm that supplies the miniature Overo computers that are part of Normandeau’s ReCON technology. Learn more...

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  • Posted July 11, 2018

Normandeau Scientist Co-Authors Paper On Lobster Population Rates

Normandeau environmental consulting scientist Paul Geoghegan co-authors paper with first ever evidence linking trends in lobster late larval stage abundance and juvenile recruitment success to the availability of a specific zooplankton food source. Learn more...

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  • Posted July 06, 2018

Normandeau Scientist Models the Distributions of Invasive Tegu Lizards

Normandeau scientists use advanced modeling tools to research invasive species and their impact on environmental and natural resources. Learn more about our work with Tegu lizards.

  • Posted May 17, 2018

NYSERDA and Normandeau Announce World's Largest Offshore Wildlife Aerial Survey Off New York's Atlantic Coast Reaches Halfway Point

The New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) and Normandeau Associates announced that the halfway point has been reached... 

  • Posted February 26, 2018

Normandeau and USDA Model the Effects of Climate Change on Vampire Bats

Often viewed as a staple of popular culture's fascination with horror stories, the common vampire bat typically feeds on the blood of Central and South American wildlife and livestock...

  • Posted October 23, 2017

Normandeau to Conduct Ecological Studies in Support of Off-Shore Energy

Normandeau Associates, Inc. has been awarded a five-year IDIQ contract with the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM)...