Wood, D.

Daniel WoodDaniel Wood
About Me:

My work is focused towards the studying and mitigating against human effects on the marine environment, with a particular emphasis on marine renewables and construction. Cefas is an executive agency of Defra, UK government. We sit somewhere between applied research and advice to policy makers.  Please feel free to contact me, especially if you are looking to collaborate on renewable energy projects.

Background: Researcher
Organization: Cefas
Interest: Human impacts, underwater noise
Country: United Kingdom

Total results: 8
Title Author Date Content Type Technology Stressor Receptor
Working Group on Marine Benthal Renewable Developments Vanaverbeke, J., Coolen, J., Harrald, M. Report Marine Energy, Tidal, Wave
MaRVEN - Environmental Impacts of Noise, Vibrations and Electromagnetic Emissions from Marine Renewable Energy Thomsen, F., Gill, A., Kosecka, M. Report Marine Energy Attraction, Avoidance, EMF
Effects of Pile Driving on the Behavior of Cod and Sole Thomsen, F., Mueller-Blenkle, C., Gill, A. Book Chapter Wind Energy, Fixed Offshore Wind Noise Fish, Demersal Fish
Field Scale Experiments to Assess the Effects of Offshore Wind Farms on Marine Organisms Gill, A., Mueller-Blenkle, C., McGregor, P. Presentation Wind Energy, Fixed Offshore Wind EMF, Noise Fish
Cetacean Stock Assessments in Relation to Exploration and Production Industry Activity and Other Human Pressures: Review and Data Needs Thomsen, F., McCully, S., Weiss, L. Journal Article Noise Marine Mammals, Cetaceans
Effects of Pile-Driving Noise on the Behaviour of Marine Fish Mueller-Blenkle, C., McGregor, P., Gill, A. Report Wind Energy, Fixed Offshore Wind Noise, Avoidance Fish, Demersal Fish
Marine Fish Response to Pile Driving Sound Mueller-Blenkle, C., McGregor, P., Gill, A. Research Study Marine Energy, Wind Energy, Fixed Offshore Wind Noise Fish, Demersal Fish
Estimating Harbour Seal Abundance and Status in an Estuarine Habitat in North-East Scotland Thompson, P., Tollit, D., Wood, D. Journal Article Pinnipeds, Marine Mammals