Adams, E.

Name: Evan Adams
Background: Researcher
Organization: Biodiversity Research Institute
Interest: Quantitative Ecology
Country: United States of America

Affiliated Marine and Wind Energy Environmental Documents

Total results: 8
Title Author Date Content Type Technology Stressor Receptor
Surface and subsurface oceanographic features drive forage fish distributions and aggregations: Implications for prey availability to top predators in the US Northeast Shelf ecosystem Goetsch, C., Gulka, J., Friedland, K. Journal Article Fish, Pelagic Fish
Assessing individual movement, habitat use, and behavior of non-breeding marine birds in relation to prey availability in the US Atlantic Gulka, J., Berlin, A., Friedland, K. Journal Article Birds, Fish, Pelagic Fish
Forage Fish Species Prefer Habitat within Designated Offshore Wind Energy Areas in the U.S. Northeast Shelf Ecosystem Friedland, K., Adams, E., Goetsch, C. Journal Article Wind Energy, Fixed Offshore Wind Fish, Pelagic Fish, Human Dimensions, Fisheries
Monitoring Framework for Automated Radio Telemetry at Offshore Wind Projects in the U.S. Atlantic Loring, P., Carlson, E., Gobeille, D. Report Wind Energy, Fixed Offshore Wind, Floating Offshore Wind Bats, Birds
NABat ML: Utilizing deep learning to enable crowdsourced development of automated, scalable solutions for documenting North American bat populations Khalighifar, A., Gotthold, B., Adams, E. Journal Article Bats
A review of the effectiveness of operational curtailment for reducing bat fatalities at terrestrial wind farms in North America Adams, E., Gulka, J., Williams, K. Journal Article Wind Energy, Land-Based Wind Avoidance, Collision Bats
Resource Occurrence and Productivity in Existing and Proposed Wind Energy Lease Areas on the Northeast US Shelf Friedland, K., Methratta, E., Gill, A. Journal Article Wind Energy, Fixed Offshore Wind Fish, Invertebrates
Stereo-Optic High Definition Imaging: A New Technology to Understand Bird and Bat Avoidance of Wind Turbines Adams, E., Burns, S., Dorr, C. Report Wind Energy Birds, Bats