Framework for assessing and mitigating the impacts of offshore wind energy development on marine birds
Author(s): Croll, D.A., Ellis, A.A., Adams, J., Cook, A.S.C.P., Garthe, S., Goodale, M.W., Hall, C.S., Hazen, E., Keitt, B.S., Kelsey, E.C., Leirness, J.B., Lyons, D.E., McKown, M.W., Potiek, A., Searle, K.R., Soudijn, F.H., Rockwood, R.C., Tershy, B.R., Tinker, M., VanderWerf, E.A., Williams, K.A., Young, L. & Zilliacus, K.
Published: November 2022
Journal: Biological Conservation Volume: 276
Article No.: 109795
Digital Identifier No. (DOI): 10.1016/j.biocon.2022.109795
NotesThis research was supported by the Bureau of Ocean and Energy Management's Ecosystem Studies program (MC15AC00006) in support of the Southern California Bight Biodiversity Observation Network. Potiek's work on this project was supported by the Dutch governmental offshore wind ecological programme (Wozep).
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