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Project Manager Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

Dr. Gorton is a project manager and marine scientist within the Energy and Environment directorate at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL). She holds a Ph.D. in Ocean Engineering from...

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I am honored to serve as project manager for such an important project within the offshore wind sector. The upgrades included more powerful lidar that reaches a height of 200 m and provides a high data recovery rate. Previous lidar capability reached about 90 m, which is now somewhat inefficient because offshore turbines are built much taller than those constructed and deployed 5 years ago.

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