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1 Introduction and common questions
1.2 Why do we need wind farms?
1.3 What’s covered in the Guidelines?
1.4 What’s NOT covered in the Guidelines?
1.5 Are direct health impacts covered?
1.6 How do these Guidelines interact with existing guidelines
1.7 What constitutes a wind farm?
1.8 Who is the audience for the Guidelines?
1.9 How will these Guidelines be used?
2 Principles for responsible wind farm development
3 Wind Farm Specific Issues
3.1 Community and stakeholder consultation
3.2 Wind Turbine Noise
3.3 Landscape
3.4 Birds and bats
3.5 Shadow flicker
3.6 Electromagnetic interference (EMI)
3.7 Aircraft safety
3.8 Blade glint
3.9 Fire risk
3.10 Heritage
3.11 Indigenous Heritage
4 Wind Farm Development Process
4.1 Overview of the development process
A Community and Stakeholder Consultation
A.1 Introduction
A.1.1 What is a “Stakeholder”?
A.1.2 How can stakeholders use this appendix?
A.2 Background
A.3 Principles of stakeholder participation for wind farm developments
A.4 Planning for stakeholder participation
A.4.1 Commitment to level of stakeholder participation
A.4.2 Familiarisation with locality and identification of stakeholders
A.4.3 The Communications and Consultation Plan
A.5 Stakeholder participation methodology (by project stage)
A.6 Development stages and tasks
A.6.1 Site Selection
A.6.2 Project Feasibility
A.6.3 Planning Application
A.6.4 Construction
A.6.5 Operation
A.6.6 Decommissioning
A.7 Cumulative Impacts
A.8 Practice notes
A.8.1 Stakeholder Identification Checklist
A.9 Glossary & acronyms
B Noise
B.1 Introduction
B.2 Recommended Form of Noise Criteria
B.2.1 Basic description of issues addressed in the Guidelines
B.2.2 Issues not addressed in the Guidelines
B.2.3 Related documents and standards
B.3 Overview of the Methodology
B.4 Task methodologies
B.4.1 Project Feasibility
B.4.2 Planning Application
B.4.3 Construction
B.4.4 Operations
B.4.5 Decommissioning
B.5 Cumulative impacts
B.5.1 Approach to staged development
B.5.2 Assessment of staged and cumulative development
B.5.3 Cumulative assessment scenarios
B.6 Glossary & acronyms
B.7 Technical discussion of key concepts/issues
B.7.1 Basic acoustic concepts
B.7.2 Audible Characteristics
C Landscape
C.1 Introduction
C.1.1 Basic description of issues addressed in the Guidelines
C.1.2 Issues not addressed in the Landscape Methodology
C.1.3 Related documents and standards
C.2 Overview of Methodologies
C.3 Task Methodologies
C.3.1 Project Feasibility/site selection
C.3.2 Preliminary Landscape Assessment
C.4 Planning Application
C.4.1 Full Landscape Assessment
C.4.2 Visual Impact Assessment
C.4.3 Response to Impacts
C.5 Construction
C.6 Decommissioning
C.7 Practice notes
C.7.1 Landscape character units
C.7.2 Levels of significance
C.7.3 3D computer modelling
C.7.4 Viewshed mapping
C.7.5 Photomontage
C.7.6 3D Simulation
C.7.7 Virtual Reality (VR) Modelling
What is Virtual Reality (VR) Modelling?
C.7.9 Glossary & acronyms
D Birds and Bats
D.1 Introduction
D.1.1 Principles
D.1.2 Underlying approach
D.2 Background
D.2.1 Basic description of issues addressed in the Guidelines
D.2.2 Issues not addressed in the Guidelines
D.2.3 Related documents and standards
D.3 Overview of the Methodology
D.4 Task methodologies
D.4.1 Site Selection
D.4.2 Project Feasibility
D.4.3 Planning Application
D.4.4 Construction
D.4.5 Operations
D.4.6 Decommissioning
D.5 Cumulative impacts
D.5.1 Definition
D.5.2 Scope
D.5.3 Data standardisation
D.5.4 Method
D.6 Glossary & acronyms
D.7 Technical discussion of key concepts/issues
D.7.1 Potential investigation & assessment methods
D.7.2 Specific investigation methods for bats
D.8 Selected bibliography
E Shadow Flicker
E.1 Introduction
E.2 Background
E.2.1 What is shadow flicker?
E.2.2 Issues not addressed in the Guidelines
E.2.3 Related documents and standards
E.3 Overview of the Methodology
E.4 Stage and Task methodologies
E.4.1 Site Selection
E.4.2 Project Feasibility
E.4.3 Planning Application
E.6 Glossary & acronyms
E.7 Technical discussion of key concepts/issues
E.7.1 Other international standards
E.7.2 Explanation of modelling parameters
E.7.3 Basis for mitigation measures
F Electromagnetic Interference
F.1 Introduction
F.2 Background
F.2.1 Types of EMI considered
F.2.2 Services potentially affected
F.2.3 Issues not addressed in the Guidelines
F.2.4 Related documents and standards
F.3 Overview of the Methodology
F.4 Task methodologies
F.4.1 Project Feasibility
F.4.2 Planning Application
F.4.3 Construction
F.4.4 Operations
F.4.5 Decommissioning
F.5 Cumulative impacts
F.6 Glossary & acronyms
G Wind Farm Development Process
G.1 Introduction
G.2 Detailed description of the development process
G.2.1 Site selection
G.2.2 Project feasibility
G.2.3 Planning Application
G.2.4 Construction
G.2.6 Decommissioning
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CSIRO, Draft National Wind Farm Development Guidelines - July 2010

CSIRO, Draft National Wind Farm Development Guidelines - July 2010

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