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    Lightbulb Fish pass - Fish counters

    Environment Agency Fish Pass Manual:
    Guidance Notes On The Legislation, Selection and Approval Of Fish Passes In England And Wales

    "Compensation to Fishery Owners
    Section 17 deals mostly with the restrictions applied to the taking or disturbing of salmonids in the vicinity of dams, obstructions or mill races. This section also makes it a condition that these restrictions will not apply until any necessary compensation has been made by the Agency, to anyone with commercial fishing rights which may be affected by the installation of a pass - S 17(3). This section is to be repealed by the Marine & Coastal Access Act 2009, with the repeal due to take effect from January 2011".

    want to find out more
    http://publications.environment-agen...10BTBP-E-E.pdf



    hope this works
    http://www.linkedin.com/news?viewArt...e&urlhash=bZXz
    Last edited by Salmo salar; 17-12-2010 at 10:17 PM.
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    Talking Fun portal for you

    checked this out and should work ok
    enjoy

    http://www.funprefer.com/index.php?tag=fish%20passage
    Last edited by Salmo salar; 20-12-2010 at 11:07 AM.
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    Talking Concerned about noisy neighbours - call Dr. A......

    "The Aquatic Bioacoustics Laboratory (ABL) is primarily involved in the study of hearing by aquatic organisms. Most work in the laboratory focuses on fishes, although studies have been done with other non-mammalian vertebrates. Our fish studies have focused on various aspects of hearing that range from behavioral investigations to determine what an animal can hear to physiological investigations of the responses of the ear and brain.

    The majority of work in the lab is now involved with studies on the effects of human-generated (anthropogenic) sound on aquatic organisms. This has resulted in a series of studies that explore behavioral and physiological effects of increased ambient sounds on fish. See this link for a recent story about some of this work. These studies have asked about effects of seismic air-guns, pile driving, and general increases in background sound levels on fish hearing and physiology."

    http://www.life.umd.edu/biology/popperlab/
    Salmo salar

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