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Possibility of Fishery in Offshore Wind Farms

해상풍력발전단지 내 어업 가능성에 관한 고찰

  • Jung, Cho-Young (Division of Marine Industry-Transportation Science and Technology, Kunsan National University) ;
  • Hwang, Bo-Kyu (Division of Marine Industry-Transportation Science and Technology, Kunsan National University) ;
  • Kim, Sung-Cheol (Mokpo National Maritime University)
  • 정초영 (군산대학교 해양산업.운송과학기술학부) ;
  • 황보규 (군산대학교 해양산업.운송과학기술학부) ;
  • 김성철 (목포해양대학교)
  • Received : 2019.06.27
  • Accepted : 2019.08.28
  • Published : 2019.08.31

Abstract

The purpose of this study was to investigate the possibility of fishery in offshore wind farms and evaluate the risk linked to the presence of turbines and submarine cables in these areas. With this objective, we studied an offshore wind farm in the Southwest Sea and the current state of vessels in the surrounding National Fishing Port. The risk assessment criteria for 22 fishing gears and methods were set by referring to the fishing boats; thereafter, the risk was assessed by experts. The fishing gears and methods that could be safely operated (i.e., associated with low risk) in the offshore wind farm were: single-line fishing, jigging, and the anchovy lift net. The risk was normal so that it is possible to operate, but the fishing gears and methods that need attention are: the set long line, drifting long line, troll line, squid rip hook, octopus pot, webfoot octopus pot, coastal fish pot, stow net on stake, winged stow net, stationary gill net, and drift gill net. Moreover, the fishing gears and methods difficult to operate in the of shore wind farm (i.e., associated with high risk) were: the dredge, beam trawl, and purse seine. Finally, those associated with very high risk and that should not be allowed in offshore wind farms were: the stow net, anchovy drag net, otter trawl, Danish seine, and bottom pair trawl.

Acknowledgement

Grant : 서남해 해상풍력발전 실증단지 해상교통안전진단 재진단

Supported by : 한국해상풍력(주)

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