Acoustic Deterrent Devices to safeguard marine mammals during offshore construction

The MCR team hard at work observing the study site from ‘Song of the Whale’ vessel (Photo: MCR)

The Offshore Renewables Joint industry Programme (ORJIP), with funding from innogy, Ørsted, and Statoil has successfully concluded a study to examine the effectiveness of using Acoustic Deterrent Devices (ADDs), as a protection method for minke whales during offshore windfarm construction.

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