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Old 26-09-2019, 11:23 PM
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Originally Posted by Hpalace View Post
Why would concrete structures put into the sea bed affect delicate sea life? Genuine question as generally when you drop anything into the sea, like a boat, or a bit of steel, or concrete; sea life grows mentally around it.

Anyone who has ever dived would have seen this first hand.
Fish and their habits are affected by the sound of boats / tankers, so I would have thought that the vibration and resultant sound from the turbine might also be detrimental to them.

I do take your point on the life possibly growing around it though. If anything we should be doing more involving algae in CO2 absorption.
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