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Wind turbines have the potential to impact birds and bats, and when located in tidal waters may also impact marine organisms such as marine mammals and sea turtles. Wind turbines when sited on land and in tidal waters will have different impacts. To assess these impacts the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection has developed habitat evaluation, impact assessment, and pre- and post- construction monitoring requirements specific to the location of the wind turbine, on land or in tidaldoi:10.7282/t3cf9p88 fatcat:no6s6wfnaneeralmh52pgu5wem