Short Science Summary: Risk Retirement and Data Transferability

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The table below contains the relevant literature to this summary.

Title Author Date Sort ascending Content Type Technology Stressor Receptor
2020 State of the Science Report - Chapter 13: Risk Retirement and Data Transferability for Marine Renewable Energy Copping, A., Freeman, M., Gorton, A., Hemery, L. Report Marine Energy, Tidal, Wave EMF, Noise Human Dimensions
Data Transferability and Collection Consistency in Marine Renewable Energy: An Update to the 2018 Report Copping, A., Gorton, A., Freeman, M., Rose, D., Farr, H. Report Marine Energy, Tidal, Wave
Risk Retirement for Environmental Effects of Marine Renewable Energy Copping, A., Freeman, M., Overhus, D. Report Marine Energy Attraction, Avoidance, Changes in Flow, Collision, Displacement, EMF, Habitat Change, Noise Seabirds, Physical Environment, Sediment Transport, Fish, Invertebrates, Marine Mammals
Risk Retirement—Decreasing Uncertainty and Informing Consenting Processes for Marine Renewable Energy Development Copping, A., Freeman, M., Gorton, A., Hemery, L. Journal Article Marine Energy EMF, Noise Fish, Invertebrates, Marine Mammals, Human Dimensions, Legal & Policy
Establishing Marine Renewable Energy: Using Risk Retirement to Simplify Environmental Permitting Copping, A., Freeman, M., Hemery, L., Gorton, A. Presentation Marine Energy Human Dimensions, Environmental Impact Assessment
A Risk Retirement Pathway for Potential Effects of Underwater Noise and Electromagnetic Fields for Marine Renewable Energy Development Copping, A., Freeman, M., Gorton, A., Hemery, L. Conference Paper Marine Energy Human Dimensions, Environmental Impact Assessment
Data Transferability Effectiveness Report Copping, A., Freeman, M., Gorton, A., Rose, D. Report Marine Energy Human Dimensions
Data Transferability and Collection Consistency in Marine Renewable Energy Copping, A., Gorton, A., Freeman, M. Report Marine Energy Human Dimensions
Managing Environmental Effects of Marine Renewable Energy Development through Regulator Engagement, Data Transferability Freeman, M., Copping, A., Gorton, A., Dreyer, S. Presentation Marine Energy, Tidal, Wave Human Dimensions, Legal & Policy, Stakeholder Engagement