Klimley, A.

Affiliated Marine and Wind Energy Environmental Documents

Total results: 8
Title Author Date Content Type Technology Stressor Receptor
A call to assess the impacts of electromagnetic fields from subsea cables on the movement ecology of marine migrants Klimley, A., Putnam, N., Keller, B. Journal Article Marine Energy, Wind Energy EMF Fish, Invertebrates
Behavioral responses by migrating juvenile salmonids to a subsea high-voltage DC power cable Wyman, M., Klimley, A., Battleson, R. Journal Article EMF Fish, Pelagic Fish
Chinook salmon and green sturgeon migrate through San Francisco Estuary despite large distortions in the local magnetic field produced by bridges Klimley, A., Wyman, M., Kavet, R. Journal Article Marine Energy EMF Fish, Demersal Fish, Pelagic Fish
Assessment of Potential Impact of Electromagnetic Fields from Undersea Cable on Migratory Fish Behavior Kavet, R., Wyman, M., Klimley, A. Report Marine Energy Attraction, EMF Fish, Demersal Fish, Pelagic Fish
Modeling Magnetic Fields from a DC Power Cable Buried Beneath San Francisco Bay Based on Empirical Measurements Kavet, R., Wyman, M., Klimley, A. Journal Article EMF
Evidence for Geomagnetic Imprinting as a Homing Mechanism in Pacific Salmon Putman, N., Lohmann, K., Putman, E. Journal Article EMF Fish, Pelagic Fish
Spatial and Seasonal Relationships Between Pacific Harbor Seals (Phoca vitulina richardii) and their Prey, at Multiple Scales Grigg, E., Klimley, A., Allen, S. Journal Article Ecosystem Processes, Marine Mammals, Pinnipeds
Highly directional swimming by scalloped hammerhead sharks, Sphyrna lewini, and subsurface irradiance, temperature, bathymetry, and geomagnetic field Klimley, A. Journal Article Marine Energy Attraction, Avoidance, EMF Fish