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|Environmental Risk Evaluation System - An Approach to Ranking Risk of Ocean Energy Development on Coastal and Estuarine Environments||Copping, A., Hanna, L., Van Cleve, B.||Journal Article||Wind Energy (General), Wave, Tidal, Offshore Wind, Marine Energy (General)||Habitat Change, Displacement, Collision, Chemicals, Changes in Flow, Avoidance, Attraction||Marine Mammals, Fish, Birds|
|Epibenthic Colonization of Concrete and Steel Pilings in a Cold-Temperate Embayment: A Weld Experiment||Andersson, M., Berggren, M., Wilhelmsson, D.||Journal Article||Marine Energy (General), Wind Energy (General), Offshore Wind||Habitat Change||Fish, Demersal Fish, Invertebrates|
|Fish densities associated with structural elements of oil and gas platforms in southern California||Meyer-Gutbrod, E., Kui, L., Nishimoto, M.||Journal Article||Wind Energy (General), Offshore Wind, Marine Energy (General)||Habitat Change||Fish|
|Temporal Variation in Environmental Conditions and the Structure of Fish Assemblages around an Offshore Oil Platform in the North Sea||Fujii, T.||Journal Article||Wind Energy (General), Offshore Wind, Marine Energy (General)||Habitat Change||Pelagic Fish, Fish, Demersal Fish|
|Underwater Visual Records of Marine Megafauna Around Offshore Anthropogenic Structures||Todd, V., Lazar, L., Williamson, L.||Journal Article||Marine Energy (General), Wind Energy (General), Offshore Wind||Attraction, Avoidance, Habitat Change||Birds, Seabirds, Fish, Marine Mammals, Cetaceans, Pinnipeds, Reptiles|
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