Publications and responsibilities
Hydropower-driven thermal changes, biological responses and mitigating measures in northern river systems
A conflict between traditional flood measures and maintaining river ecosystems? A case study in river Lærdal, Norway
How to strengthen interdisciplinarity in ecohydraulics? Outcomes from ISE 2018
Interdisciplinary approaches are required to tackle complex environmental issues as freshwater ecosystems face unprecedented pressures globally. The emerging Ecohydraulics field of research should, therefore, take steps towards developing true interdisciplinarity to adapt to a continuing changing...
Modelling of Environmental Constraints for Hydropower Optimization Problems – a Review
Hydropower plants and reservoirs can have negative impacts on their surrounding ecosystems. To limit such impacts, environmental regulations may be imposed. This paper provides a review of literature on the most commonly used environmental constrains in scheduling of hydro-dominated systems and...
Multi-criteria decision analysis in Bayesian networks - diagnosing ecosystem service trade-offs in a hydropower regulated river
Ecohydraulic Modelling to Support Fish Habitat Restoration Measures
Identification of salmon population bottlenecks from low flows in a hydro-regulated river
Modeling the effects of alternative mitigation measures on Atlantic salmon production in a regulated river.
As part of the investigation of a new and optimized environmental flow regime in a regulated river (Mandalselva, Norway), a modeling study was conducted on the trade-offs between the production of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) smolts and the production of hydropower. Impacts of alternative flow...