Offshore windmills and the effects of electromagnetic fields on fish.

  title={Offshore windmills and the effects of electromagnetic fields on fish.},
  author={Marcus C Ohman and Peter Sigray and H{\aa}kan Westerberg},
  volume={36 8},
With the large scale developments of offshore windpower the number of underwater electric cables is increasing with various technologies applied. A wind farm is associated with different types of cables used for intraturbine, array-to-transformer, and transformer-to-shore transmissions. As the electric currents in submarine cables induce electromagnetic fields there is a concern of how they may influence fishes. Studies have shown that there are fish species that are magneto-sensitive using… CONTINUE READING

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