The reading passage explores the issue that there are three ways to prevent bats from being harmed by wind turbines. The professor in the lecture, however, opposes those methods by providing three specific points.
First, the reading passage suggests that wind turbines can be constructed in the area where bats seldom live or forage, so that the harm caused by wind turbines can be decreased. Although the professor in the lecture admits that the first method is beneficial to bats, the area with frequent appearance of bats can not be powered by the wind turbines, which is inconvenient to people living in the same area. Therefore, the professor's argument disproves its counterpart in the reading.
Moreover, the writer states that we can turn off the wind turbines to avoid the harm towards bats. However, the professor contends that bats still can be hurt by the turbines in the morning, because if the turbines are turned off, bats tent to take a rest on the them.
Finally, the writer asserts that wind turbines can be facilitated radar which emits special range of sound waves to irritate bats, in which keeps bats away from those turbines. By contrast, the professor provides that the certain sound waves are bad for bats’ reproductive systems, so that the third method can cause more damage to bats species.