2 edition of Ecological effects of wave energy development in the Pacific Northwest found in the catalog.
Ecological effects of wave energy development in the Pacific Northwest
by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Marine Fisheries Service in Seattle, Wash
Written in English
|Statement||George W. Boehlert, Gregory R. McMurray, and Cathryn E. Tortorici, editors.|
|Series||NOAA technical memorandum -- NMFS-F/SPO-92|
|Contributions||Boehlert, George W., McMurray, Gregory R., Tortorici, Cathryn E., Hatfield Marine Science Center.|
|LC Classifications||TK1423.7 .E26 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 173 p. :|
|Number of Pages||173|
|LC Control Number||2008397791|
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Ecological Effects of Wave Energy Development in the Pacific Northwest A Scientific Workshop, October 11–12, George W. Boehlert1, Gregory R. McMurray2, and Cathryn E. Tortorici3, editors Workshop Steering Committee: George Boehlert, OSU Hatfield Marine Science Center; Robin Hartmann, Oregon.
An important part of moving this agenda forward must include understanding the potential effects of wave energy technology on the ecological and physical components of our coastal ecosystems. A workshop to address these issues was organized by a steering committee at the Hatfield Marine Science Center in Newport, Oregon, on October Get this from a library.
Ecological effects of wave energy development in the Pacific Northwest: a scientific workshop, October[George W Boehlert; Gregory R McMurray; Cathryn E Tortorici; United States.
National Marine Fisheries Service.; Hatfield Marine Science Center.;]. NOTE: OWET renamed this report "Ecological Effects Workshop" and gave it a new cover. The content is the same in both versions. Resource Type: Technical Report; Date Available: T+; Date Issued: ; Citation: Boehlert, G. W, G.
McMurray, and C. Tortorici (editors). Ecological effects of wave energy in the Cited by: Wave Energy Ecological Effects Workshop page 1 of 4 Ecological Effects of Wave Energy Development in the Pacific Northwest A Scientific Workshop Workshop Summary The State of Oregon is interested in developing the capacity to harvest wave energy off its coast as a clean, renewable resource.
Wave energy ecological effects workshop: Ecological assessment briefing paper. in Ecological Effects of Wave Energy Development in the Pacific Northwest: A Scientific Workshop.
October, G.W. Boehlert, G.R. McMurray, and C.E. Tortorici, eds, NOAA Technical Memorandum NMFS-F/SPO PNNL leads State of the Science report on environmental effects of marine renewable energy development. DOE/Pacific Northwest National Laboratory wave energy in U.S. waters could result. environmental effects of marine renewable energy development around the world iii.
authors. pacific northwest national laboratory (united states) andrea copping nichole sather luke hanna jonathan whiting university of maine (united states) gayle zydlewski garrett staines cranfield university (united kingdom) andrew gill aquatera limited (united.
The book has a twofold objective: to provide an overview of wave and tidal energy suitable for newcomers to the field and to serve as a reference text for advanced study and practice. Including detail on key issues such as resource characterisation, wave and tidal technology, power systems, numerical and physical modelling, environmental impact.
3. Environmental impact remains unknown: Tidal energy is still in its infancy. Therefore, the environmental effects of tidal energy plants have not been fully studied.
For example, tidal barrages rely on manipulation of ocean levels and therefore pose similar environmental effects of hydroelectric dams. The environmental effects of wave and tidal energy are largely unknown and require more studies, dozens of scientists concluded after meeting a year ago at OSU’s Hatfield Marine Science Center.
Task 4 seeks to be the premier international program engaged in bringing together information and practitioners on environmental effects of ocean wave, tidal, and current energy development on the marine environment.
It aims to facilitate efficient government oversight of the development of ocean energy systems by expanding our baseline knowledge of environmental effects.
Ecological Effects of Wave Energy Development in the Pacific Northwest: A Scientific Workshop, October 11–12, Author(s): George W. Boehlert, Gregory R. McMurray, and Cathryn E. Tortorici, (editors). Third, its energy density and deployment potential are higher than the wind and solar energy.
Fourth, the wave energy has minor negative environmental impacts and production amount of the wave. “Ecological effects of wave energy development in the Pacific Northwest” ” (Boehlert et al. ) •• PIER Final Project Report (): “Developing wave energy in coastal California: potential socio-economic and environmental effects” ” (Nelson et al.
The Pacific Marine Energy Center is a consortium of universities focused on the responsible advancement of marine renewable energy by expanding scientific understanding, engaging stakeholders, and educating students.
PMEC serves as an objective voice regarding the opportunities, capabilities, and ef. The range of conditions observed in this study reveal much of the character of the wave energy resource in the US Pacific Northwest.
Wave data Sources of wave data. Under investigation is the wave energy resource off the coasts of Washington, Oregon and northern California, an area bounded by 40–49°N latitudes and –°W.
OES-Environmental is an initiative under OES, made up of 15 countries that collaborate to evaluate the state of the science of potential environmental effects of MRE development, to assist with.
The Pacific Northwest has some of the nation’s best wave energy resources, and as a result is home to the Northwest National Marine Renewable Energy Center, supported by the U.S.
Department of Energy. Wave energy in the region is expected to spur economic growth, help diversify the energy portfolio, reduce greenhouse gas emissions and reduce.
The State of the Science Report was released today by Ocean Energy Systems (OES)-Environmental, a collaboration under Ocean Energy Systems, supported by the International Energy Agency, and dedicated to examining the environmental effects of MRE development.
The page report is the most comprehensive international analysis to date on. workshop on marine renewable energy (Boehlert et al. ) examined the environmental effects of wave energy off the Oregon oastc; there has been no comprehensive evaluation of data needs for offshore wind energy on the West Coast to date.
New research, technology development, and wind energy development in the Pacific Northwest. The. PNNL leads State of the Science report on environmental effects of marine renewable energy development Marine scientists from around the world spent the last four years reviewing numerous studies and other data on the possible environmental effects of marine renewable energy (MRE) devices and found that the potential impact to marine life is likely .Developing Wave Energy in Coastal California: Potential Socio-Economic and Environmental Effects (PDF, MB), California Ocean Protection Council (COPC) and California Energy Commission (CEC), November Summary of PIER-Funded Wave Energy Research (PDF, MB), California Energy Commission (CEC), March Ecological Effects of Wave Energy Development in the Pacific Northwest .