The Knowledge Base provides access to documents and information about the environmental effects of wind energy, supporting the WREN 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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|Fish densities associated with structural elements of oil and gas platforms in southern California||Meyer-Gutbrod, E.; Kui, L.; Nishimoto, M.; et al.||Journal Article||Wind Energy, Fixed Offshore Wind, Marine Energy||Habitat Change||Fish|
|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|
|Ocean sprawl: challenges and opportunities for biodiversity management in a changing world||Firth, L.; Knights, A.; Bridger, D.; et al.||Journal Article||Wind Energy, Fixed Offshore Wind||Habitat Change||Human Dimensions|
|Bat activity during autumn relates to atmospheric conditions: implications for coastal wind energy development||Smith, A.; McWilliams, S.||Journal Article||Wind Energy, Land-Based Wind, Fixed Offshore Wind||Habitat Change||Bats|
|Endangered Atlantic Sturgeon in the New York Wind Energy Area: implications of future development in an offshore wind energy site||Ingram, E.; Cerrato, R.; Dunton, K.; et al.||Journal Article||Wind Energy, Fixed Offshore Wind||Habitat Change||Birds, Seabirds, Fish, Demersal Fish|
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