The ORJIP OE Tidal Range Workshop was held on 3 May 2017 in partnership with NERC and Natural Resources Wales. The presentations from the workshop are available below.
- Andy Moore, CEFAS, Fish and Fisheries What is Distinctive about Tidal Lagoons?
- Paul S. Bell, NOC, Potential of Technology Innovation for Monitoring Broad Scale Coastal Impacts and Change: Remote Ground Based Observations & Autonomous Sensor Systems
- Ian Davies, Finlay Bennet, Marine Scotland, Adaptive Management
- Jonny Lewis, ORJIP & Marine Space, ORJIP Ocean Energy
- Kate Smith, NRW, Evidence Gaps for Tidal Lagoons: A Regulatory & Advisory Perspective
- Natalie Frost, ABPmer, Environmental R&D and Innovation Priorities for Tidal Lagoon Projects
- Simon Neill, Bangor University, Numerical Models of Tidal Lagoons
- Tim Carter, Tidal Lagoon Power, Environmental Issues Encountered in Developing the Swansea Bay Tidal Lagoon Project