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The following table provides information about the project.
|Coordinator Country||United Kingdom [UK]|
|Total cost||135˙000 €|
|EC max contribution||126˙000 € (93%)|
1. H2020-EU.1.3.3. (Stimulating innovation by means of cross-fertilisation of knowledge)
|Duration (year-month-day)||from 2016-01-01 to 2019-12-31|
Take a look of project's partnership.
|1||COVENTRY UNIVERSITY||UK (COVENTRY)||coordinator||54˙000.00|
|2||DANMARKS TEKNISKE UNIVERSITET||DK (KGS LYNGBY)||participant||36˙000.00|
|3||UNIVERSITY OF SOUTHAMPTON||UK (SOUTHAMPTON)||participant||22˙500.00|
|4||HOCHSCHULE MAGDEBURG-STENDAL||DE (MAGDEBURG)||participant||13˙500.00|
|5||NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF WATER AND ATMOSPHERIC RESEARCH||NZ (AUCKLAND)||partner||0.00|
|6||UNIVERSIDAD DE CONCEPCION||CL (CONCEPCION)||partner||0.00|
|7||UNIVERSIDADE FEDERAL DE SAO JOAO DEL REI||BR (SAO JOAO DEL REI)||partner||0.00|
|8||UNIVERSIDATE FEDERAL DE LAVRAS||BR (Lavras)||partner||0.00|
|9||UNIVERSITY OF MELBOURNE||AU (MELBOURNE)||partner||0.00|
The decline of freshwater fish biodiversity is proceeding at an alarming and persistent rate. Given that most fish must undertake some form of migration in order to complete their life-cycle, of particular concern is the proliferation of hydropower schemes that block migration routes, as well as a variety of other barriers such as weirs and culverts. Several locations in the southern hemisphere are among the major global hotspots of hydropower development. They are also home to some of the least studied fish communities in the world. Mitigation measures for fish passage have traditionally relied on designs developed for strong swimming fishes of the northern hemisphere. These designs are ineffective for generally smaller, relatively weak swimming fish, such as those found in temperate regions of the southern hemisphere, but there is very little understanding of the mechanisms involved. This innovative project represents the first systematic attempt to bring together world-leading practitioners from Europe with biologists, engineers and stakeholders from the southern hemisphere in an effort to exchange knowledge and construct a shared vision for fish passage science and policy. This will be achieved through systematic review, expert consultation, ecological modelling, training programmes, networking and stakeholder engagement using a novel combination of approaches. The outcomes will include: high quality journal publications; a summer school; a set of funding bids based on a co-constructed research strategy; and a model predicting fish passage for species of the southern hemisphere. The project’s key performance indicators will include: number of publications on fish passage in the southern hemisphere; uptake of robust methods in fish passage research; corresponding citations; metrics indicating public awareness (online activity, readership of popular publications, number of people reached in public engagement events); and policy citations.
|Stakeholder event proceedings||Documents, reports||2020-04-09 20:25:46|
|National fish passage guidelines for Chile||Documents, reports||2020-02-07 15:51:38|
|Shared vision||Documents, reports||2020-02-07 15:51:40|
|Stakeholder consultation document||Documents, reports||2019-08-30 13:59:21|
|Conference presentation (title TBC)||Other||2019-08-30 13:59:20|
|Research methods manual||Documents, reports||2019-08-30 13:59:21|
|Workshop proceedings||Documents, reports||2019-08-30 13:59:21|
|Research methods review paper (title TBC)||Documents, reports||2019-08-30 13:59:21|
|Bayesian network paper (title TBC)||Documents, reports||2019-08-30 13:59:20|
|Original research paper (title TBC)||Documents, reports||2019-08-30 13:59:21|
Take a look to the deliverables list in detail: detailed list of KEEPFISH deliverables.
|year||authors and title||journal||last update|
Kim Birnieâ€Gauvin, Paul Franklin, Martin Wilkes, Kim Aarestrup
Moving beyond fitting fish into equations: Progressing the fish passage debate in the Anthropocene
published pages: 1095-1105, ISSN: 1052-7613, DOI: 10.1002/aqc.2946
|Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 29/7||2020-02-06|
Martin Wilkes, Lee Baumgartner, Craig Boys, Luiz G M Silva, Justin O\'Connor, Matthew Jones, Ivor Stuart, Evelyn Habit, Oscar Link, J Angus Webb
Fish-Net: Probabilistic models for fishway planning, design and monitoring to support environmentally sustainable hydropower
published pages: 677-697, ISSN: 1467-2960, DOI: 10.1111/faf.12282
|Fish and Fisheries 19/4||2020-02-06|
Martin A. Wilkes, Morwenna Mckenzie, J. Angus Webb
Fish passage design for sustainable hydropower in the temperate Southern Hemisphere: an evidence review
published pages: 117-135, ISSN: 0960-3166, DOI: 10.1007/s11160-017-9496-8
|Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 28/1||2019-08-30|
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