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CCW Policy Research Report 04-8. Potential Nature Conservation and Landscape Impacts of Marine Renewable Energy Developments in Welsh Territorial Waters. Appendix A: Wave Devices

  • Country: Wales
  • Published Date: 01/02/2005

This study aims to provide an understanding of developing renewable technologies and the possible impacts that these may have upon the marine environment. The work is also intended for potential developers, highlighting the nature conservation issues that exist in Welsh Territorial Waters. The appendix gives details of various wave devices.

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CCW Policy Research Report 04-8. Potential Nature Conservation and Landscape Impacts of Marine Renewable Energy Developments in Welsh Territorial Waters. Figures 30-31

  • Country: Wales
  • Published Date: 01/02/2005

This study aims to provide an understanding of developing renewable technologies and the possible impacts that these may have upon the marine environment. The work is also intended for potential developers, highlighting the nature conservation issues that exist in Welsh Territorial Waters. The figures show best practice in seascape assessment as well as the CCW administrative regions.

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CCW Policy Research Report 04-8. Potential Nature Conservation and Landscape Impacts of Marine Renewable Energy Developments in Welsh Territorial Waters. Figures 27-28

  • Country: Wales
  • Published Date: 01/02/2005

This study aims to provide an understanding of developing renewable technologies and the possible impacts that these may have upon the marine environment. The work is also intended for potential developers, highlighting the nature conservation issues that exist in Welsh Territorial Waters. The figures show national and international designated sites along the welsh coast.

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CCW Policy Research Report 04-8. Potential Nature Conservation and Landscape Impacts of Marine Renewable Energy Developments in Welsh Territorial Waters. Figure 29

  • Country: Wales
  • Published Date: 01/02/2005

This study aims to provide an understanding of developing renewable technologies and the possible impacts that these may have upon the marine environment. The work is also intended for potential developers, highlighting the nature conservation issues that exist in Welsh Territorial Waters. The figure shows designated historic landscapes along the welsh coast.

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CCW Policy Research Report 04-8. Potential Nature Conservation and Landscape Impacts of Marine Renewable Energy Developments in Welsh Territorial Waters. Figures 24-26

  • Country: Wales
  • Published Date: 01/02/2005

This study aims to provide an understanding of developing renewable technologies and the possible impacts that these may have upon the marine environment. The work is also intended for potential developers, highlighting the nature conservation issues that exist in Welsh Territorial Waters. These figures show offshore distribution of birds, bathing waters and local designated sites along the welsh coast.

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CCW Policy Research Report 04-8. Potential Nature Conservation and Landscape Impacts of Marine Renewable Energy Developments in Welsh Territorial Waters. Figures 17-20

  • Country: Wales
  • Published Date: 01/02/2005

This study aims to provide an understanding of developing renewable technologies and the possible impacts that these may have upon the marine environment. The work is also intended for potential developers, highlighting the nature conservation issues that exist in Welsh Territorial Waters. These figures shows sightings of marine mammals and sharks along the welsh coast.

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CCW Policy Research Report 04-8. Potential Nature Conservation and Landscape Impacts of Marine Renewable Energy Developments in Welsh Territorial Waters. Figures 21-23

  • Country: Wales
  • Published Date: 01/02/2005

This study aims to provide an understanding of developing renewable technologies and the possible impacts that these may have upon the marine environment. The work is also intended for potential developers, highlighting the nature conservation issues that exist in Welsh Territorial Waters. These figures show distributions of birds along the welsh coast.

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CCW Policy Research Report 04-8. Potential Nature Conservation and Landscape Impacts of Marine Renewable Energy Developments in Welsh Territorial Waters. Figures 13-16

  • Country: Wales
  • Published Date: 01/02/2005

This study aims to provide an understanding of developing renewable technologies and the possible impacts that these may have upon the marine environment. The work is also intended for potential developers, highlighting the nature conservation issues that exist in Welsh Territorial Waters. The figures show habitats and seal populations along the welsh coast.

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CCW Policy Research Report 04-8. Potential Nature Conservation and Landscape Impacts of Marine Renewable Energy Developments in Welsh Territorial Waters. Figures 9-12

  • Country: Wales
  • Published Date: 01/02/2005

This study aims to provide an understanding of developing renewable technologies and the possible impacts that these may have upon the marine environment. The work is also intended for potential developers, highlighting the nature conservation issues that exist in Welsh Territorial Waters. The figures show various habitats along the welsh coast.

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CCW Policy Research Report 04-8. Potential Nature Conservation and Landscape Impacts of Marine Renewable Energy Developments in Welsh Territorial Waters. Figures 6-8

  • Country: Wales
  • Published Date: 01/02/2005

This study aims to provide an understanding of developing renewable technologies and the possible impacts that these may have upon the marine environment. The work is also intended for potential developers, highlighting the nature conservation issues that exist in Welsh Territorial Waters. These figures show tidal current speed, tidal range, annual mean wind speed and sea depth along the welsh coast. The figures also show potential locations for tidal fence devices, tidal barrages devices and offshore wind devices.

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