Fundamental relations between spatiotemporal fish behaviour and hydraulic conditions in anthropogenically impacted streams

01 October 2015 → 06 December 2019
Regional and community funding: Special Research Fund
Research disciplines
  • Natural sciences
    • Geology
    • Animal biology
    • Ecology
    • Aquatic sciences, challenges and pollution
    • Environmental science and management
    • Other environmental sciences
  • Engineering and technology
    • Geotechnical and environmental engineering
    • Marine engineering
hydraulic conditions Fish behaviour hydraulic structures CFD-modelling
Project description

In this project, the migration routes and behaviour of two fish species near hydraulic structures in the Albert channel will be investigated by means of rigorous monitoring and modelling. Fundamental knowledge on fish behaviour in relation to hydraulic conditions in these structures will be developed in order to determine the preferred and disturbing conditions to fish migration.