Do offshore wind farms provide cover for small species of fish?



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    Offshore wind farms have proven to be artificial reefs that attract a lot of fish and marine life, especially benthic organisms. The bases of wind turbines have higher densities of marine life than comparable natural floors.  This means that wind farms will not harm fish, as some predicted they would, but it also means that small fish will probably not find shelter from predators because it seems that many species congregate near the turbines.

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