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International Conference on River Connectivity

The 2018 International Conference on River Connectivity (Fish Passage 2018), incorporating the First International Symposium on Hydropower and Fish Management, will bring together Northern and Southern Hemisphere fish passage researchers and practitioners to exchange findings and experiences on fish passage issues.

Fish Passage 2018 will be of interest to researchers, educators, practitioners, funders, and regulators who have an interest in advancements in technical fishways, nature-like fishways, stream restoration and stabilization, dam removal, environmental flows and fish responses, and the myriad of funding, climate change, and other socio-economic related issues surrounding connectivity projects.

Fish Passage 2018 is a three-day conference with concurrent sessions in engineering, biology, management and monitoring techniques.

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Albury
Australia
Date: 
Monday, December 10, 2018 to Friday, December 14, 2018
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Feed the Future Cambodia Rice Field Fisheries II

Project goal: to improve food and nutrition security of poor and vulnerable rural households in the Tonle Sap foodplain environment.  ...

Type: Infographic

Feed the Future Cambodia Rice Field Fisheries II (Khmer)

Project goal: to improve food and nutrition security of poor and vulnerable rural households in the Tonle Sap foodplain environment.  ...

Type: Infographic

Community-based fisheries management approach adopted in Bangladesh

The Community Based Fisheries Management (CBFM) Project, funded by the Ford Foundation (1994-1999) and the UK Government’s Department for International Development (2002- 2006), aimed to promote the sustainable use of, and equitable distribution of ...

Type: Publication

Fish productivity by aquatic habitat and estimated fish production in Cambodia

This report reviews and details the fish productivity of the main aquatic habitats in Cambodia, and proposes an estimate of the annual fish production based on this approach. Fish River basins Flood plains Rice Asia Cambodia Chheng, P. Un, S. Tress, J. ...

Type: Publication

Community based fish culture in the public and private floodplains of Bangladesh

Seasonal floodplains under private and public ownership in the Indo-Ganges river basin provide food and income for millions of people in Bangladesh. This research aimed to understand the complex institutional relations that govern ownership, access, and ...

Type: Publication

Fish, sediment and dams in the Mekong

The Mekong River is home to the largest inland fishery in the world, which is due in part to its exceptional sediment and nutrient loads. The number of dams in the Basin is expected to increase from 16 in the year 2000 to between 77 and 136 by 2030. These ...

Type: Publication

Food and nutrition security in the Barotse floodplain system

The CGIAR Research Program on Aquatic Agricultural Systems (AAS) is being implemented in ten communities in the Barotse floodplain of Zambia’s Western Province. With a focus on the rural poor and vulnerable, the AAS program aims to reduce poverty and ...

Type: Publication

Improved fisheries management in the Barotse Floodplain of Zambia - An urgent call for action

An estimated 70,000 people depend on the resources of the Barotse floodplain for their livelihood, food and nutrition security. However, poor management, increasing fishing pressure and use of destructive fishing gears have caused rapid declines in fish ...

Type: Publication

Institutional Profiles from the Tonle Sap Lake Region: Findings from Informant Interviews

This report is based on key informant interviews conducted in 6 of the 12 villages in the Tonle Sap Lake Region where the WorldFish-led CGIAR Research Program on Aquatic Agricultural Systems (AAS) proposes to work with local communities and other ...

Type: Publication

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