Record nummer 2217268
Titel Tidal Energy Fish Impact : method development to determine the impact of open water tidal energy converters on fish
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project leader: Marck Smit ; project team:Marck Smit, Erwin Winter, Peter Scheijgrond, Pieter Bergmeijer, Roelof Schuitema, Carly Nichols, Bert Visser, Martijn Thijssen, Benoit Quesson, Luca van Duren, Ben Griffioen, Olvin van Keeken, Lorendz Boom, Janine Nauw
Auteur(s) Smit, Marck (project director) ; Winter, Erwin (contributor) ; Scheijgrond, Peter (contributor) ; Bergmeijer, Pieter (contributor) ; Schuitema, Roelof (contributor) ; Nichols, Carly (contributor) ; Visser, Bert (contributor) ; Thijssen, Martijn (contributor) ; Quesson, Benoit (contributor) ; Duren, Luca van (contributor) ; Griffioen, Ben (contributor) ; Keeken, Olvin van (contributor) ; Boom, Lorendz (contributor) ; Nauw, Janine (contributor)
Uitgever [Rotterdam] : Nederland Maritiem Land
Jaar van uitgave 2016
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Annotatie(s) Project code: MIIP005. - Project name: Tidal Energy Fish Impact
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Publicatie type Boek
Taal Engels
Toelichting (Engels) The goals of the proposed project are: 1. to develop a robust method and experimental set‐up to determine behaviour of fish in the vicinity of tidal turbines and collision risk in the strong turbid currents of the Marsdiep based on DIDSON technology, 2. to provide a first insight and measure avoidance and collision rate of fish (and although the focus will be on fish, also if marine mammals such as harbour porpoises and seals approach the device this will be determined within the project), 3. to develop data analysis methodology since analysing large DIDSON datasets manually is very labour‐intensive and will enhance the efficiency of future large scale studies using DIDSON.
Betrokken instanties Nederlands Instituut voor Onderzoek der Zee (NIOZ)
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