Marine Aquaculture within Offshore Wind Farms: Social Aspects of Multiple-Use Planning

Journal Article

Title: Marine Aquaculture within Offshore Wind Farms: Social Aspects of Multiple-Use Planning
Publication Date:
June 01, 2009
Journal: GAIA - Ecological Perspectives for Science and Society
Volume: 18
Issue: 2
Pages: 158-162
Publisher: oekom Verlag

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Citation

Michler-Cieluch, T.; Krause, G.; Buck, B. (2009). Marine Aquaculture within Offshore Wind Farms: Social Aspects of Multiple-Use Planning. GAIA - Ecological Perspectives for Science and Society, 18(2), 158-162.
Abstract: 

Combining offshore wind farming and marine aquaculture is an opportunity to share stakeholder resources and can lead to greater spatial efficiency in the offshore environment. Although biological and technical studies have demonstrated the general feasibility of this approach, a number of complex socioeconomic and technical challenges still need to be dealt with. Focusing on selected social aspects of multiple offshore use, this paper presents a short overview of recent research results on the potential and problems of wind farm–mariculture integration in the German Bight.

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