Birds and air traffic safety on Zagreb airport (Croatia)

@article{Kuir1999BirdsAA,
  title={Birds and air traffic safety on Zagreb airport (Croatia)},
  author={Snje{\vz}ana Ku{\vz}ir and Jasmina Mu{\vz}ini{\'c}},
  journal={Environmentalist},
  year={1999},
  volume={18},
  pages={231-237}
}
One of the objectives of the new State of Croatia, as a Mediterranean country oriented towards tourism, is safety of its air traffic. The frequency of use of Zagreb airport is currently 688 flights, or about 20000 passengers a week. In 1996, research was carried out at the airport concerning air traffic safety with respect to the presence of birds on the airfield. Biological methods, in which birds were chased away by means of trained birds of prey, were used. For the Zagreb airport experiment… 
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