Publications and responsibilities
Hydropower development and fish management: a food–water-energy nexus requiring international and multidisciplinary approach
Safe two-way migration for salmonids and eel past hydropower structures in Europe: a review and recommendations for best-practice solutions
This review provides a summary of knowledge on two-way fish migration of salmonids and eels past hydroelectric plants in Europe. On the basis of a summary of international literature, general designs and recommendations for best practices for fish-pass facilities are provided. The review is part of ...
Hydropower and fish – Report and messages from workshop on research and innovation in the context of the European policy framework
Experimental hydraulics on fish-friendly trash-racks: an ecological approach
The future of fish passage science, engineering, and practice
Much effort has been devoted to developing, constructing and refining fish passage facilities to enable target species to pass barriers on fluvial systems, and yet, fishway science, engineering and practice remain imperfect. In this review, 17 experts from different fish passage research fields (i.e...
Hydropower and fish
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 regi...