The Knowledge Base provides access to documents and information about the environmental effects of marine renewable energy, supporting the OES-Environmental initiative. Relevant documents from around the world are compiled into a user-friendly table that displays all content available in Tethys. Results can be narrowed using the keyword filters on the right, or with search terms entered in the text box, including targeted searches (e.g., org:DOE, author:copping). Content may also be sorted alphabetically by clicking on column headers. Some entries will appear on the next page.
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|Title||Author||Date Sort ascending||Content Type||Technology||Stressor||Receptor|
|The effect of artificial reef design on the attraction of herbivorous fish and on coral recruitment, survival, and growth||Hylkema, A.; Debrot, A.; Cammenga, R.; et al.||Journal Article||Attraction, Habitat Change||Ecosystem Processes, Fish|
|A critical review on environmental impacts of renewable energy systems and mitigation strategies: Wind, hydro, biomass and geothermal||Sayad, E. ; Wilberforce, T.; Elsaid, K.; et al.||Journal Article||Marine Energy, Wind Energy||Attraction, Changes in Flow, Collision, EMF, Habitat Change, Noise||Bats, Birds, Ecosystem Processes, Marine Mammals, Physical Environment, Human Dimensions|
|Connectivity of larval stages of sedentary marine communities between hard substrates and offshore structures in the North Sea||van der Molen, J.; García-García, L.; Whomersley, P.; et al.||Journal Article||Marine Energy, Wind Energy, Fixed Offshore Wind||Attraction, Habitat Change||Ecosystem Processes|
|Marine Fish Assemblages Associated with Fish Aggregating Devices (FADs): Effects of Fish Removal, FAD Size, Fouling Communities, and Prior Recruits||Nelson, P.||Journal Article||Marine Energy||Attraction, Habitat Change||Ecosystem Processes, Fish|
|A General Theory on Fish Aggregation to Floating Objects: An Alternative to the Meeting Point Hypothesis||Castro, J.; Santiago, J.; Santana-Ortega, A.||Journal Article||Marine Energy||Attraction, Habitat Change||Ecosystem Processes, Fish|
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