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|Guidance on Environmental Impact Assessment of Offshore Renewable Energy Development on Surfing Resources and Recreation||Surfers Against Sewage||Report||Wind Energy (General), Offshore Wind, Marine Energy (General)||Changes in Flow||Recreation & Tourism, Human Dimensions, Environmental Impact Assessment|
|Review of Wave Hub Technical Studies: Impacts on Inshore Surfing Beaches||Black, K.||Report||Wave, Marine Energy (General)||Changes in Flow||Recreation & Tourism, Human Dimensions|
|Economic Evaluation of the Recreational Value of the Coastal Environment in a Marine Renewables Deployment Area||Voke, M., Fairley, I., Willis, M.||Journal Article||Marine Energy (General), Tidal, Wave||Changes in Flow||Human Dimensions, Recreation & Tourism, Social & Economic Data|
|Strategic Environmental Assessment (SEA) of Offshore Wind and Marine Renewable Energy in Northern Ireland||Department of Enterprise, Trade and Investment||Report||Marine Energy (General), Tidal, Wave, Offshore Wind||Attraction, Avoidance, Changes in Flow, Chemicals, Collision, Displacement, EMF, Habitat Change, Noise||Bats, Birds, Passerines, Seabirds, Waterfowl, Physical Environment, Sediment Transport, Water Quality, Fish, Demersal Fish, Pelagic Fish, Invertebrates, Marine Mammals, Cetaceans, Reptiles, Climate Change, Environmental Impact Assessment, Fisheries, Legal & Policy, Recreation & Tourism, Social & Economic Data, Stakeholder Engagement, Visual Impacts|
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