Additional Resources

Claisse, Jeremy T., Pondella, Daniel J., Love, Milton, Zahn, Laurel A., Williams, Chelsea M., Bull, Ann S. (2015) “Impacts from Partial Removal of Decommissioned Oil and Gas Platforms on Fish Biomass and Production on the Remaining Platform Structure and Surrounding Shell Mounds”. PLoS ONE 10(9): e0135812. 

Jeremy T. Claisse, Pondella, Daniel J.,  Love, Milton, Zahna, Laurel A., Williams, Chelsea M., Williams, Jonathan, P., Bull, Ann S. (2014) “Oil platforms off California are among the most productive marine fish habitats globally”. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

Helvey, M. (2002) “Are southern California oil and gas platforms essential fish habitat?”. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 59: S266–S271.

Holbrook, Sally J., Ambrose, Richard F., Botsford, Louis, Carr, Mark H., Raimondi, Peter T., Tegner, Mia J. (2000) “Ecological Issues Related to Decommissioning of California’s Offshore Production Platforms”. Report to the University of California Marine Council by The Select Scientific Advisory Committee on Decommissioning University of California. 

Macreadie, Peter, Fowler, Ashley M., Booth, David J. (2011) “Rigs-to-reefs: will the deep sea benefit from artificial habitat?”. Front Ecol Environ 2011; 9(8): 455–461

Schroeder, Donna M., Love, Milton S. (2004) “Ecological and political issues surrounding decommissioning of offshore oil facilities in the Southern California Bight”. Ocean & Coastal Management 47 21–48.

“Shell Mounds Environmental Review Volume 1 Final Technical Report” (2001) L.A. de Wit, Consultant. Prepared for the California State Lands Commission and the California Coastal Commission.