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Attraction and passage efficiency were reviewed and compared from 19 monitoring studies that produced data for evaluations of pool‐and‐weir, Denil, vertical‐slot and nature‐like fishways.Expand
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Evidence for cumulative temperature as an initiating and terminating factor in downstream migratory behavior of Atlantic salmon ( Salmo salar) smolts
Temperature control of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) smolt migration was tested using a novel technique allowing nearly continuous monitoring of behavior with complete control over environmentalExpand
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Effect of Water Acceleration on Downstream Migratory Behavior and Passage of Atlantic Salmon Smolts and Juvenile American Shad at Surface Bypasses
Abstract Behavior and passage rate of smolts of Atlantic salmon Salmo salar and juvenile American shad Alosa sapidissima were compared between a standard (sharp-crested) and a modified surface bypassExpand
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Reinforcement and Validation of the Analyses and Conclusions Related to Fishway Evaluation Data from Bunt et al.: ‘Performance of Fish Passage Structures at Upstream Barriers to Migration’
Re-examination of the datasets that were used for a meta-analysis of fishway attraction and passage revealed a number of errors that we addressed and corrected. Expand
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Parameterization Method for Computing Quasi-periodic Reducible Normally Hyperbolic Invariant Tori
We consider the problem of numerically computing quasi-periodic normally hyperbolic invariant tori (NHIT) with fixed frequency as well as their invariant bundles. The algorithm is based on a KAMExpand
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Accelerometer-derived activity correlates with volitional swimming speed in lake sturgeon (Acipenser fulvescens)
Quantifying fine-scale locomotor behaviours associated with different activities is challenging for free-swimming fish. Biologging and biotelemetry tools can help address this problem. An openExpand
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Computational Fluid Dynamics–Habitat Suitability Index (CFD–HSI) Modelling as an Exploratory Tool for Assessing Passability of Riverine Migratory Challenge Zones for Fish
We developed two-dimensional computational fluid hydraulics–habitat suitability index (CFD–HSI) models to identify and qualitatively assess potential zones of shallow water depth and high waterExpand
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