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Browsing Marine Renewable Energy by Subject "Wave energy"

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Browsing Marine Renewable Energy by Subject "Wave energy"

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  • Oregon Wave Energy Trust (Oregon Wave Energy Trust, 2011)
    Oregon Wave Energy Trust (OWET) is a nonprofit public-private partnership funded by the Oregon Innovation Council. Its mission is to support the responsible development of wave energy in Oregon. OWET emphasizes an in ...
  • Oregon Wave Energy Trust (Oregon Wave Energy Trust, 2013)
    Oregon Wave Energy Trust (OWET) is a nonprofit public-private partnership funded by the Oregon Innovation Council. Its mission is to support the responsible development of wave energy in Oregon. OWET emphasizes an inclus ...
  • Oregon Wave Energy Trust (Oregon Wave Energy Trust, 2011)
    OWET convened the second annual OWET Developersʼ Summit on August 2, 2011 in Portland, Oregon. The Summit brought together participants, both new and those who had attended the first OWET Developersʼ Summit 2010, to r ...
  • Sound & Sea Technology Engineering Solutions (Oregon Wave Energy Trust, 2009-11-30)
    This report establishes an industry knowledge base for existing anchoring and mooring techniques as applied to wave energy conversion (WEC) devices in and around Oregon. This report on anchoring and mooring techniques i ...
  • JASCO Applied Science; Austin, Melanie; Chorney, Nicole; Ferguson, James; Leary, Del; O'Neill, Caitlin; Sneddon, Holly (Oregon Wave Energy Trust, 2009-12)
    The potential for creating underwater noise disturbance is one environmental impact that must be accounted for by wave energy developers to meet the needs of regulatory agencies. This review study has been conducted to ...
  • Pereksta, David M. (U.S. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, 2012)
    The offshore waters and the coastline of Oregon provide year-round habitat for a number of birds, marine mammals, sea turtles, and possibly bats, at least fifteen of which are federally listed as threatened or endangered ...
  • Geo-Marine, Inc. (Oregon Wave Energy Trust, 2011-04)
    Geo-Marine, Inc. (GMI) conducted an offshore avian radar baseline study for Oregon Wave Energy Trust (OWET) for a wave energy study located northwest of Reedsport, Oregon from 25 August through 29 October 2010. The stud ...
  • Henkel, Sarah; Northwest National Marine Renewable Energy Center (Oregon Wave Energy Trust, 2011-12)
    This project was carried out collaboratively by Oregon State University (OSU) scientists and involved participation by Oregon Department of Fisheries and Wildlife and NOAA Northwest Fisheries Science Center scientists. T ...
  • H.T. Harvey & Associates; Terrill, Scott; Kramer, Sharon; Nelson, Peter; Zajanc, David (Oregon Wave Energy Trust, 2009)
    The purpose of this project was to collect baseline data for a Before-After-Control-Impact (BACI) study of effects a wave energy conversion project planned for the coastal waters off of Reedsport, Oregon on the local ben ...
  • Oregon Wave Energy Trust (Oregon Wave Energy Trust, 2010)
    In an effort to foster a collaborative approach to advancing the ocean energy industry, OWET convened the OWET 2010 Developersʼ Summit on September 27 and 28, 2010 in Portland, Oregon. The purpose of the Summit was to ...
  • Anonymous (U.S. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, 2012)
    Each of the three breakout groups received instructions concerning their objectives along with tools to use. Breakout Group Session 1: Baseline Studies Breakout Group Session 2: Impact/Short Scale Studies Breakout Gr ...
  • Henkel, Sarah; Northwest National Marine Renewable Energy Center (Oregon Wave Energy Trust, 2011-12)
    This project was a single assessment of the benthic habitat characteristics and organisms near the future Ocean Power Technologies Demonstration facility near Reedsport, OR, and a reference location. The goal of this pro ...
  • Hildenbrand, Kaety; Gladics, Amanda; Eder, Bob (Oregon Wave Energy Trust, 2011-02)
    Oregon’s fishing community is concerned about the potential effects that wave energy conversion devices could have on Dungeness crab movement, behavior and harvests. Though crabbing has been a mainstay of West Coast ec ...
  • Aquatera Ltd; Parametrix; European Marine Energy Centre; Powertech (Oregon Wave Energy Trust, 2011)
    The fundamental aim of the Oregon Wave Energy Trust’s (OWET’s) cumulative effects framework is to provide an enduring set of information, presented in an effective way to inform substantial decisions about the future and ...
  • Küsel, Elizabeth T.; Siderius, Martin; Sorenson, Eric; Klinck, Holger; Mellinger, David K. (Northwest National Marine Renewable Energy Center, 2012-08-31)
    In this report we present results of a sound propagation modeling study off the coast of Newport, OR. Preliminary acoustic experimental data was also collected by an underwater glider equipped with a hydrophone to meas ...
  • ECONorthwest (Oregon Wave Energy Trust, 2009-09-07)
    This study was commissioned by OWET to determine the possible economic benefits to Oregon and Oregon’s coastal communities from having a thriving wave energy industry. While wave energy industry growth will proceed along ...
  • Wilhelmsson, Dan (U.S. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, 2012)
    Offshore renewable energy development (ORED) could induce local ecological changes, negatively affecting species of conservation interest. If well planned and coordinated, on the other hand, ORED could be beneficial to t ...
  • Slater, Michael; Schultz, Adam; Jones, Richard; Fischer, Cameron (Oregon Wave Energy Trust, 2010-09)
    The Oregon Wave Energy Trust (OWET) commissioned this study to develop protocols and methods to achieve affordable, reliable, and repeatable electromagnetic (EM) measurements in the near-shore environment. The study wa ...
  • Love, Milton; Bull, Ann; Schroeder, Donna (U.S. Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, 2012)
    Electromagnetic fields (EMF) originate from both natural and anthropogenic sources. In the sea, natural sources include the Earth’s magnetic field, sea and tidal currents traveling through that field, and various process ...
  • O'Malley, Kathleen; Roegner, Curtis (Oregon Wave Energy Trust, 2014)
    Despite the high economic and social value of Dungeness crab, no stock assessment work has been conducted on coastal Dungeness crab populations in Oregon. The fishery is currently managed based on a sex, size, and sea ...

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