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Acoustic monitoring of marine energy devices
conference contributionposted on 22.06.2015 by Michael Butler, Paul Lepper, Simon Pomeroy, Jennifer Norris
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Acoustics can provide important information to assess underwater resources, noise and wildlife interactions on marine energy sites. The European Marine Energy Centre (EMEC) has collaborated on a number of projects to develop acoustic technology, methods and quality control of monitoring techniques used for such assessments. This paper outlines previous and current activities at EMEC in this area, with a focus upon beneficial advances through knowledge exchange with Loughborough University and other knowledge partners.
The authors would like to acknowledge the various bodies who have funded this work, including Scottish Government/ Marine Scotland, Highlands & Islands Enterprise, SNH, ETI and InnovateUK.
- Mechanical, Electrical and Manufacturing Engineering