MHK - Environmental
U.S. Department of Energy (2009). Report to Congress on the Potential Environmental Effects of Marine and Hydrokinetic Energy Technologies. Prepared in Response to the Energy Independence and Security Act of 2007, Section 633(b). Wind and Hydropower Technologies Program, Washington, DC. 89 p. + appendices.
Schweizer, P., Cada, G., and Bevelhimer, M. Effects of hydrokinetic turbine blade passage on fish early life stages - laboratory studies and projections to large river developments North American Journal of Fisheries Management, submitted.
Bevelhimer, M., Cada, G., Fortner, A., Schweizer, P., and Riemer, K. P. Laboratory studies of the short-term responses of freshwater fish to electromagnetic fields Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, submitted.
Bevelhimer, M.S., G.F. Cada, A.M. Fortner, and P.E. Schweizer. In Press. Responses of freshwater fish to laboratory electromagnetic fields. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society.
Lacey, R. W. J., Neary, V. S., Liao, J. C., Enders, E. C., and Tritico, H. M. (2012). The IPOS framework: Linking fish swimming performance in altered flows from laboratory experiments to rivers. River Res. Appl., 28(4), 429-443.
Neary, V. S. (2012). Binary fish passage models for uniform and nonuniform flows. River Res. Applic., 28, 418–428.
Cada, G., A. Copping, and J. Roberts (2011). Identifying how marine and hydrokinetic energy devices affect aquatic environments. Hydro Review (April):22-27.
Cada, G., A. Copping, and J. Roberts (2011). Fishing for evidence: Identifying how marine and hydrokinetic energy devices affect aquatic environments. Renewable Energy World 3(3):54-57.
Cada, G., J. Ahlgrimm, M. Bahleda, T. Bigford, S. Damiani-Stavrakas, D. Hall, R. Moursund, and M. Sale (2007). Potential impacts of hydrokinetic and wave energy conversion technologies on aquatic environments. Fisheries 32(4):174-181.
Cada, G.F. (2012) Potential effects of electromagnetic fields from submerged electrical cables on aquatic life. A review of the scientific literature and suggested research to resolve potential issues for the electric power industry. Report 1024943 to the Electric Power Research Institute, Palo Alto, CA.
Cada, G.F., M.S. Bevelhimer, A.M. Fortner, and P.E. Schweizer (2012). Laboratory studies of the effects of static and variable magnetic fields on freshwater fish. ORNL/TM-2012/119. Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN. 37 p.
Schweizer, P. Cada, G.F., and M. S. Bevelhimer (2012). Laboratory studies of the effects of blade strike from hydrokinetic energy technologies on larval and juvenile freshwater fishes. ORNL/TM-2012/108. Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN. 31 p.
Cada, G.F. and M.S. Bevelhimer (2011). Attraction to and avoidance of instream hydrokinetic turbines by freshwater aquatic organisms. ORNL/TM-2011/131. Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN. 33 p.
Cada, G.F., M.S. Bevelhimer, K.P. Riemer, and J.W. Turner (2011). Effects on freshwater organisms of magnetic fields associated with hydrokinetic turbines. ORNL/TM-2011/244. Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN. 38 p. + appendix.
Schweizer, P.E., G.F. Cada, and M.S. Bevelhimer (2011). Estimation of the risks of collision or strike to freshwater aquatic organisms resulting from operation of instream hydrokinetic turbines. ORNL/TM-2011/133. Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Oak Ridge, TN. 40 p. + appendix.
Schweizer, P., and Cada, G. (2012). Laboratory studies to evaluate survivorship of fish early life stages upon passage by hydrokinetic rotor-blade profiles American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting. St Paul, MN.
Bevelhimer, M., Fortner, A., Cada, G., and Riemer, K. P. (2011). Behavioral Responses of paddlefish, lake sturgeon and fathead minnows to electromagnetic fields American Fisheries Society 141st Annual Meeting Seattle, Washington.
Schweizer, P., Cada, G., and Bevelhimer, M. (2011). Modeling probability of encounter with hydrokinetic devices in riverine and ocean currents American Fisheries Society 141st Annual Meeting Seattle, Washington.
Neary, V.S. (2010). Models for predicting passage of invasive fish species through culverts. AGU Fall Meeting, December 13-17, 2010, San Francisco, CA.
Neary, V.S. (2009). Minimum Energy Expenditure Hypothesis for Fish Passage Kinetics. Leverhulme Symposium, Nashville, TN, August 30, 2009. Harvey, J., Neary, V.S., and Mattingly, J. (2009). Assessment of Exhaustion Threshold Curves for Volitional Swimming in Culverts. XXXIII IAHR Congress, Vancouver, Canada, August 10-14, 2009.