Anadromous Fish Impacts at Proposed Hydroelectric Plantsby Peter W. Spear, Natural Resources Consulting, Services, Concord, NH, USA,
Richard A. Currier, Natural Resources Consulting, Services, Concord, NH, USA,
Abstract: This paper describes a series of field techniques successfully used by the authors to determine a minimum flow downstream of hydroelectric plants. The minimum flow of water required for anadromous fish species is determined by use of a system of transects across the river bed. These techniques are most appropriate for facilities where project outflow can be regulated.
Subject Headings: Hydro power | Fish management | Power plants | River flow | Water flow | High-rise buildings | River and stream beds
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