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|Habitat Use and Selection of Black Scoters in Southern New England and Siting of Offshore Wind Energy Facilities||Loring, P.; Paton, P.; Osenkowski, J.; et al.||Journal Article||Wind Energy, Fixed Offshore Wind||Habitat Change||Birds|
|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.; et al.||Journal Article||Wind Energy, Wave, Tidal, Fixed Offshore Wind, Marine Energy||Habitat Change, Displacement, Collision, Chemicals, Changes in Flow, Avoidance, Attraction||Marine Mammals, Fish, Birds|
|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.; et al.||Journal Article||Wind Energy, Fixed Offshore Wind||Collision, Habitat Change||Bats, Birds, Seabirds, Fish, Marine Mammals, Reptiles|
|Impact Hypothesis for Offshore Wind Farms: Explanatory Models for Species Distribution at Extremely Exposed Rocky Areas||Schläppy, M.; Saskov, A.; Dahlgren, T.||Journal Article||Wind Energy, Fixed Offshore Wind||Habitat Change||Invertebrates|
|Takes of Marine Mammals Incidental to Specified Activities; Taking Marine Mammals Incidental to Construction of the Block Island Wind Farm||National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS)||Journal Article||Wind Energy, Fixed Offshore Wind, Floating Offshore Wind||Changes in Flow, Habitat Change||Marine Mammals, Physical Environment|
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