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|Negative Long Term Effects on Harbour Porpoises from a Large Scale Offshore Wind Farm in the Baltic - Evidence of Slow Recovery||Teilmann, J., Carstensen, J.||Journal Article||Wind Energy (General), Offshore Wind||Habitat Change||Marine Mammals, Cetaceans|
|Impacts of Offshore Wind Farm Construction on Harbour Porpoises: Acoustic Monitoring of Echolocation Activity using Porpoise Detectors (T-PODs)||Carstensen, J., Henriksen, O., Teilmann, J.||Journal Article||Wind Energy (General), Offshore Wind||Habitat Change, Noise||Marine Mammals, Cetaceans|
|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|
|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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