Thank you for your interest in submitting an abstract for consideration at Fish Passage 2018 which incorporates the First Symposium on Hydropower and Fish Management.
Abstract submissions are now closed, but you can register for the conference here.
Online Program available here: http://fish-passage-2018.p.asnevents.com.au.
Download Full abstracts here: Fish-Passage-2019-Full-Abstracts.pdf
If you have any questions about abstracts, please contact the professional conference organiser ASN Events directly on the below details, ensuring to include FP2018 in the subject line:
Ruby Hatfield at RH@asnevents.net.au or +61 3 8658 9530 (please note Australia time is GMT + 10:00 Eastern Time – Sydney, Melbourne).
Special Edition of Journal of Ecohydraulics
We are pleased to inform that The Journal of Ecohydraulics s (TJoE) will publish a Special Issue to accommodate abstracts submitted to Fish Passage 2018. Interested authors will be provided the opportunity to nominate their abstract during the formal conference submission process for consideration for publication. Abstracts will be reviewed with invitations offered to publish with final manuscripts due by November 30th.
We posit that TJoE is designed to be an excellent vehicle for topics covered by the ecohydraulic trilogy: 1) movements and passage of aquatic biota; 2) environmental flows; and 3) ecological restoration. To submit a manuscript please use this link: https://tandfonline.com/action/authorSubmission?journalCode=tjoe20&page=instructions
Fish Passage 2018 is a three-day conference with concurrent sessions in engineering, biology, management and monitoring techniques. Key conference themes will include:
- Hydropower and Fish Symposium
- Fish passage cultural significance
- Fish passage in tropical systems
- Fish Passage in the Mekong Basin
- Non-salmonid fish passage
- Downstream fish passage
- Best practice diversion screening
- When not to incorporate fish passage
- Defining a “successful” fishway
- Fish passage engineering advancements
- Individuals to populations – quantifying connectivity
- Advances in monitoring fish passage and fish migration
- Dam removal
- Road Crossing Remediation
- Reconnecting with floodplains and wetlands
- Estuarine fish passage barriers
- Policy – lessons learned and future opportunities
- Managed flows, Environmental flow and fish passage
- Fish passage and river operations
- Cold Water Pollution mitigation