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The importance of marine wind farms, as artificial hard substrates, on the North Sea bottom for the ecology of the ichthyofauna

Jan Reubens UGent, Steven Degraer UGent and Magda Vincx (2009) Offshore wind farms in the Belgian part of the North Sea : state of the art after two years of environmental monitoring. p.53-60
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book title
Offshore wind farms in the Belgian part of the North Sea : state of the art after two years of environmental monitoring
editor
Steven Degraer UGent and Robin Brabant
pages
53 - 60
publisher
Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences. Management Unit of the North Sea Mathematical Models
place of publication
Brussels, Belgium
language
English
UGent publication?
yes
classification
B2
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2038670
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-2038670
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http://www.mumm.ac.be/Assets/Misc/News/monitoring_windmills_2009_final.pdf
date created
2012-02-21 10:17:37
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  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {53--60},
  publisher    = {Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences. Management Unit of the North Sea Mathematical Models},
  title        = {The importance of marine wind farms, as artificial hard substrates, on the North Sea bottom for the ecology of the ichthyofauna},
  url          = {http://www.mumm.ac.be/Assets/Misc/News/monitoring\_windmills\_2009\_final.pdf},
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Chicago
Reubens, Jan, Steven Degraer, and Magda Vincx. 2009. “The Importance of Marine Wind Farms, as Artificial Hard Substrates, on the North Sea Bottom for the Ecology of the Ichthyofauna.” In Offshore Wind Farms in the Belgian Part of the North Sea : State of the Art After Two Years of Environmental Monitoring, ed. Steven Degraer and Robin Brabant, 53–60. Brussels, Belgium: Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences. Management Unit of the North Sea Mathematical Models.
APA
Reubens, J., Degraer, S., & Vincx, M. (2009). The importance of marine wind farms, as artificial hard substrates, on the North Sea bottom for the ecology of the ichthyofauna. In S. Degraer & R. Brabant (Eds.), Offshore wind farms in the Belgian part of the North Sea : state of the art after two years of environmental monitoring (pp. 53–60). Brussels, Belgium: Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences. Management Unit of the North Sea Mathematical Models.
Vancouver
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Reubens J, Degraer S, Vincx M. The importance of marine wind farms, as artificial hard substrates, on the North Sea bottom for the ecology of the ichthyofauna. In: Degraer S, Brabant R, editors. Offshore wind farms in the Belgian part of the North Sea : state of the art after two years of environmental monitoring. Brussels, Belgium: Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences. Management Unit of the North Sea Mathematical Models; 2009. p. 53–60.
MLA
Reubens, Jan, Steven Degraer, and Magda Vincx. “The Importance of Marine Wind Farms, as Artificial Hard Substrates, on the North Sea Bottom for the Ecology of the Ichthyofauna.” Offshore Wind Farms in the Belgian Part of the North Sea : State of the Art After Two Years of Environmental Monitoring. Ed. Steven Degraer & Robin Brabant. Brussels, Belgium: Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences. Management Unit of the North Sea Mathematical Models, 2009. 53–60. Print.