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Potential Effects on Marine Mammals: Workshop Report: Potential effects of wave energy buoys on marine mammals of the Oregon coast Held on October 9-10, 2008 in Portland, Oregon - Organized by the Oregon State University Marine Mammal Institute and the Oregon Wave Energy Trust Public Deposited

https://ir.library.oregonstate.edu/concern/technical_reports/v405sf994

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  • The objective of this workshop was to identify studies that should be conducted to properly determine potential effects from power generating buoys on marine mammals of the Oregon coast, with emphasis on cetaceans and focal discussion on gray whales. Special emphasis was put on the acoustic output from both the installation and operation of wave energy buoys (the two phases could be quite different acoustically), monitoring marine mammal behavior with special emphasis on gray whale behavior, detection of buoys by whales, and the use of acoustic deterrence devices to prevent whale collisions and/or entanglements. It was intended that conclusions from the workshop would provide guidance for future studies to support the responsible development of commercial wave energy projects. Workshop participants included marine mammal biologists, marine acousticians, and representatives from the wave energy industry and regulatory agencies.
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  • Ortega-Ortiz, Joel, Lagerquist, Barbara (eds.) 2008. Potential Effects on Marine Mammals: Workshop Report: Potential effects of wave energy buoys on marine mammals of the Oregon coast Held on October 9-10, 2008 in Portland, Oregon - Organized by the Oregon State University Marine Mammal Institute and the Oregon Wave Energy Trust. Portland, OR: The Trust. 11 p.
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  • Oregon Wave Energy Trust and the OSU Libraries cooperate to provide long-term access to OWET reports. OSU's ScholarsArchive is the digital repository for continual access to the report. The OWET website, http://www.oregonwave.org, provides immediate access to OWET funded reports.
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  • OWET renamed this report "Marine Mammal Acoustics Phase One". The content is the same except for slight editing of the introduction.

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