Do Windmill Parks Function as a Refugium?

Journal Article

Title: Do Windmill Parks Function as a Refugium?
Publication Date:
February 12, 2012
Journal: Book of abstracts – VLIZ Young Scientists’ Day
Volume: 55
Issue: xi
Pages: 1-28
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Citation

Derweduwen, J.; Hostens, K.; Reubens, J.; Vandendriessche, S. (2012). Do Windmill Parks Function as a Refugium?. Book of abstracts – VLIZ Young Scientists’ Day, 55(xi), 1-28.
Abstract: 

Many countries are in the process of installing offshore windmill farms to comply with the European obligations to get 20% of their electricity consumption out of renewables by 2020. Two companies already exploit part of their wind farm in the Belgian part of the North Sea, located in a predefined offshore zone near the Dutch EEZ border. As part of the environmental impact monitoring, we investigate the effect of the wind farms on the soft-bottom epibenthic and demersal fish fauna.

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