Do fish passage facilities and culverts promote fish movement at barriers? A systematic review

  1. Scott G Hinch
  2. Steven J Cooke

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Description: We are conducting a systematic review to determine the extent to which fish passage facilities [including engineered structures (e.g., Denil, pool and weir, vertical slot or other orifice, elevators), trap and transport programs, and nature-like fishways] and culverts facilitate upstream and downstream passage of fish at barriers.

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To what extent do fish passage facilities and culverts allow upstream and downstream passage of fish at barriers? This project is funded by Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) and is led by members of the Canadian Centre for Evidence-Based Conservation and Environmental Management (CEBCEM) based at Carleton University (Ottawa, ON). This systematic review will be highly relevant to environmental prac...


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