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Improving Environmental Monitoring, Reduce Stressors, and Get Marine Renewable Energy Devices into the Water
The Triton Initiative is researching various environmental monitoring technology and methods to understand how different types of stressors caused by marine renewable energy devices can be tested. The research focuses on the known environmental stressors identified in the State of the Science Report produced by PNNL’s OES-E team. The stressors include collision risk, underwater noise, electromagnetic fields, or changes in habitat. The information gleamed from this research will produce a set of recommendations to inform regulators on how to safely permit marine renewable energy devices bringing the nation closer to meeting climate change goals and reducing dependency on fossil fuels.

May 11, 2021 05:00 PM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Alicia Amerson
Marine Biologist and Certified PMP @Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
Alicia Amerson is a marine biologist and certified PMP who manages PNNL’s Triton Initiative Program Manager. She earned a Master’s in Marine Biodiversity and Conservation from Scripps Institution of Oceanography. She studied sustainable whale-watching tourism operations along the gray whale migration. She worked at Los Alamos National Laboratory on the environmental remediation of The Manhattan Project site. She is a wildlife conservation photographer and science communicator.