Environmental Effects of Marine Energy Development on Physical Systems

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Title: Environmental Effects of Marine Energy Development on Physical Systems
Publication Date:
May 05, 2015
Conference Name: DOE Marine and Hydrokinetic Workshop for State and Federal Regulators
Conference Location: Washington DC, USA
Pages: 35
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Roberts, J.; Jones, C. (2015). Environmental Effects of Marine Energy Development on Physical Systems [Presentation]. Presented at the DOE Marine and Hydrokinetic Workshop for State and Federal Regulators, Washington DC, USA.
Abstract: 

Purpose: to present the environmental effects of marine energy development on physical systems within the ocean space, including the change of local ocean ecosystems due to the installation of new MHK devices. Roberts and Jones discussed how the physical environment is changed, whether the changes are significant and cause for concern, and whether effective mitigation strategies exist.

 

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