Sheehan, E.

Background: Researcher
Organization: Plymouth University
Department: Marine Institute
Interest: Marine Ecology
Country: United Kingdom

Total results: 11
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PelagiCam: a novel underwater imaging system with computer vision for semi-automated monitoring of mobile marine fauna at offshore structures Sheehan, E., Bridger, D., Nancollas, S. Journal Article Marine Energy, Wind Energy, Offshore Wind Fish, Invertebrates
Current and projected global extent of marine built structures Bugnot, A., Mayer-Pinto, M., Airoldi, L. Journal Article Human Dimensions, Marine Spatial Planning
Development of epibenthic assemblages on artificial habitat associated with marine renewable infrastructure Sheehan, E., Cartwright, A., Witt, M. Journal Article Marine Energy Habitat Change Invertebrates
Assessing the impact of introduced infrastructure at sea with cameras: A case study for spatial scale, time and statistical power Bicknell, A., Sheehan, E., Godley, B. Journal Article Marine Energy, Wave Habitat Change Invertebrates
Turning Off the DRIP ('Data-Rich, Information-Poor') - Rationalising Monitoring with a Focus on Marine Renewable Energy Developments and the Benthos Wilding, T., Gill, A., Boon, A. Journal Article Marine Energy Invertebrates, Ecosystem Processes
Camera technology for monitoring marine biodiversity and human impact Bicknell, A., Godley, B., Sheehan, E. Journal Article Wind Energy, Wave, Tidal, Offshore Wind, Marine Energy Invertebrates, Fish
Marine Renewables, Biodiversity and Fisheries Attrill, M., Godley, B., Thompson, R. Report Marine Energy, Wind Energy, Offshore Wind Birds, Fish, Marine Mammals, Human Dimensions, Fisheries
Epibenthic Assessment of a Renewable Tidal Energy Site Sheehan, E., Gall, S., Cousens, S. Journal Article Tidal, Marine Energy Physical Environment, Invertebrates
Assessing Wave Energy Effects on Biodiversity: The Wave Hub Experience Witt, M., Sheehan, E., Broderick, A. Journal Article Marine Energy, Wave Birds, Fish, Invertebrates, Marine Mammals
A Quantitative, Non-Destructive Methodology for Habitat Characterisation and Benthic Monitoring at Offshore Renewable Energy Developments Sheehan, E., Stevens, T., Attrill, M. Journal Article Marine Energy Physical Environment, Invertebrates
Marine Renewable Energy: Potential Benefits to Biodiversity? An Urgent Call for Research Inger, R., Attrill, M., Bearhop, S. Journal Article Wind Energy, Offshore Wind, Marine Energy Ecosystem Processes