Renewable Energy Research Completed Studies
Birds: Studies to determine the distribution and abundance of birds on the Outer Continental Shelf.
- Compendium of Avian Occurrence information for The Continental Shelf Waters Along The Atlantic Coast of The United States: Final Report (Database Section – Shorebirds)
- Compendium of Avian Occurrence information for The Continental Shelf Waters Along The Atlantic Coast of The United States: Final Report (Database Section-Seabirds)
- Determining Night Time Distribution of Long-tailed Ducks Using Radio Telemetry
- New Insights and New Tools Regarding Risk to Roseate Terns, Piping Plovers, and Red Knots from Wind Facility Operations on the Atlantic Outer Continental Shelf
- Statistical Analyses to Support Guidelines for Marine Avian Sampling
- High-resolution Aerial Imaging Surveys of Marine Birds, Mammals, and Turtles on the US Atlantic Outer Continental Shelf—Utility Assessment, Methodology Recommendations, and Implementation Tools
- Building a Database to Assess the Relative Vulnerability of Migratory Bird Species to Offshore Renewable Energy Projects on the Atlantic OCS
- Determining Nocturnal Locations, Breeding Ground Locations, and Genetic Structure of Long-Tailed Ducks Wintering in Nantucket Sound
- Acoustic Monitoring of Temporal and Spatial Abundance of Birds Near Outer Continental Shelf Structures: Synthesis Report
- Pacific Continental Shelf Environmental Assessment (PaCSEA): Aerial Seabird and Marine Mammal Surveys off Northern California, Oregon, and Washington, 2011-2012
- Aerial Surveys for Roseate and Common Terns South of Tuckernuck and Muskeget Islands July-September 2013
- Pelagic Seabirds off the East Coast of the United States 2008-2013
- Mobile Avian Survey Data Collection Software Application
- Modeling At-Sea Occurrence and Abundance of Marine Birds to Support Atlantic Marine Renewable Energy Planning Phase I Report
- Risk of an Offshore Wind Project to a Migrant Shorebird
Environmental Fates and Effects: Studies to evaluate the effects in the marine environment on fish, marine mammals, and sea turtles.
Environmental Monitoring: Studies to develop protocols and assess impacts through direct measurement or modeling.
Information Synthesis and Gap Analysis: Studies to gather existing information about human and ecological communities and physical oceanographic processes that affect shelf ecosystems and potentially sensitive areas.
Marine Mammals and Other Protected Species: Studies to assess the distribution of marine mammals and other protected species.
Physical Environment: Studies to evaluate or support the evaluation of the physical environment including the local geology, currents, and wind resources.
Social, Economic and Cultural Resources: Studies to identify human use of coastal and offshore waters and potential conflicts, economic effects, and cultural resources.