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The Regional Wildlife Science Collaborative for Offshore Wind (RWSC) was cooperatively established and is led by four Sectors—federal agencies, states, eNGOs, and the offshore wind industry.

The RWSC supports research and monitoring on wildlife and offshore wind by:

Science Plan

The development of the RWSC Science Plan is being guided by six taxa-based Subcommittees.


Register for the Draft Science Plan Launch Webinar

Join us on Thursday, June 22 from 1-2pm ET to learn about the launch of the RWSC Draft Science Plan. This webinar will cover: Overview of how the Draft Science Plan was developed and what it will contain Where and when the Draft Science Plan will be released How the RWSC Sector Caucuses will review the Draft Science Plan How input on the Draft Science Plan will be collected Register in advance for this meeting. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.

Read the Introduction to the RWSC Science Plan

The RWSC Steering Committee and Staff have developed an Introduction to the Integrated Science Plan for Wildlife, Habitat, and Offshore Wind Energy in U.S. Atlantic Waters. This introductory document:  Describes the purpose of the Science Plan, which involves coordination among the four Sectors (states, federal agencies, eNGOs, and offshore wind companies) to advance the RWSC Mission with respect to generating relevant, credible, and efficient offshore wind and wildlife research  Reflects input from the RWSC Subcommittees over the past year This is an embedded Microsoft… [More]