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Knowledge Exchange for Efficient Passage of Fishes in the Southern Hemisphere

Deliverables

Conference presentation (title TBC)

Presentation of the findings at a high profile international conference (9th International Conference on River Basin Management)

National fish passage guidelines for Chile

A set of national fish passage guidelines for Chile, which did not exist before.

Research methods manual

A manual for fish passage research in the southern hemisphere, to be made openly available online.

Original research paper (title TBC)

An original research paper addressing a major knowledge gap.

Stakeholder consultation document

A report to communicate and consult on the research strategy with stakeholders.

Stakeholder event proceedings

Proceedings of the stakeholder engagement event.

Bayesian network paper (title TBC)

An article reporting the findings of WP1, published in a high impact journal (Fish and Fisheries, IF: 8.755)

Shared vision

Document outlining the shared vision for the future of fish passage provision in the southern hemisphere.

Workshop proceedings

Proceedings of a workshop held at UdeC and attended by representatives from each partner institution will further enhance knowledge exchange and facilitate the construction of a research strategy ready for consultation with stakeholders in work package 4.

Research methods review paper (title TBC)

A review paper on methods for fish passage research the southern hemisphere in a high impact journal.

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Publications

Fish passage design for sustainable hydropower in the temperate Southern Hemisphere: an evidence review

Author(s): Martin A. Wilkes, Morwenna Mckenzie, J. Angus Webb
Published in: Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries, Issue 28/1, 2018, Page(s) 117-135, ISSN 0960-3166
DOI: 10.1007/s11160-017-9496-8

Fish-Net: Probabilistic models for fishway planning, design and monitoring to support environmentally sustainable hydropower

Author(s): Martin Wilkes, Lee Baumgartner, Craig Boys, Luiz G M Silva, Justin O'Connor, Matthew Jones, Ivor Stuart, Evelyn Habit, Oscar Link, J Angus Webb
Published in: Fish and Fisheries, Issue 19/4, 2018, Page(s) 677-697, ISSN 1467-2960
DOI: 10.1111/faf.12282