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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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CALL FOR PAPER - SPECIAL ISSUE ON OFFSHORE RENEWABLES

SUBMISSION DATE EXTENDED - JULY 17!

Colleagues - I cordially invite you to submit your relevant papers to a special issue of the Marine Technology Society Journal entitled "Utilizing Offshore Resources for Renewable Energy Development: Marine Renewable and Offshore Wind Energy." This special issue will bring together insight, perspectives, and the current state of research and development of marine renewable (wave, tidal, ocean current, salinity gradient, ocean thermal) and offshore wind energy internationally, with a specific focus on U.S. development. The special issue will include contributions from government/regulators, U.S. national laboratories, developers, industry/consultants, academia, and marine renewable energy test centers.

The manuscript deadline for the Nov/Dec 2020 special issue is July 17, 2020. Please see the attached Call for Papers for more information.

Please contact me with any comments, suggestions, or requests (Alicia Gorton, guest editor - alicia.gorton@pnnl.gov).

Thank you in advance for your consideration in submitting to this special issue.

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