Guide to scale interpretation and age estimation for Atlantic Salmon (Salmo salar) from French populations | Guides and protocols | June 2023
Belonging to the genus Salmo, the Atlantic Salmon is a species in the family Salmonidae and the subfamily Salmoninae. The Atlantic Salmon is still present in numerous rivers of the French Channel-Atlantic seafront. It has always been absent from the Mediterranean. The overall objective of this guide is to serve as a user manual for interpreting the scales and estimating the age of the Atlantic Salmon (Salmo salar) from the French Atlantic Salmon populations.
Assessment of the National Biodiversity Strategy 2011-2020 (condensed version) | Knowledge for action | September 2020
What lessons may be drawn from the implementation of SNB 2011-2020? What methods should be selected for SNB3 (after 2020), notably in terms of the types of action and the governance of the strategy? To answer these questions, the French Biodiversity Agency and the Ecology Ministry requested an assessment of the strategy, including a retrospective analysis (public-policy evaluation) and a forward-looking analysis.
Global Biodiversity Score (GBS) - Independent Review Report | Study report | June 2020
CDC Biodiversité develops the Global Biodiversity Score (GBS), a corporate biodiversity footprint assessment tool, to evaluate the impact of companies and investments on biodiversity at a corporate level. CDC Biodiversité and the French Biodiversity Agency (Office français de la biodiversité, OFB) want the tool to go through an independent review.
The ICE method for ecological continuity - Assessing the passage of obstacles by fish and macro-crustaceans in the French tropical islands of the Atlantic and Indian Oceans - Concepts and design | Knowledge for action | May 2021
Calling on the experience gained in deploying the Information on the continuity of ecosystems (ICE) method in continental France and in a partnership with all the overseas Environmental Directorates and Water Offices, OFB coordinated and facilitated the adaptation of the method to the tropical islands of Guadeloupe, Martinique, Mayotte and Réunion.
Natural water retention measures NWRM - Measures offering multiple benefits to meet water-related challenges - n° 72 | Meetings | May 2020
Natural water retention measures comprise an array of initiatives to restore the natural properties of ecosystems in view of slowing the runoff of surface waters and increasing the infiltration capacity of soil. Examples from projects in France stress the multiple benefits of these measures.
Restoration of river continuity: model initiatives across France and Europe - n°54 | Meetings | April 2018
The French National River Restoration Centre, led by the French Agency for Biodiversity (AFB), organised a workshop and field visits on river continuity restoration initiatives. This was an opportunity for practitioners involved in the management of aquatic environments to discover reproducible actions targeting multiple issues, carried out in Italy, the United Kingdom, Finland and France.
Guide to the interpretation of the scales and the estimation of the age of brown trout (Salmo trutta) from the French populations | Guides and protocols | June 2020
Three biological forms of brown trout, river, lake and sea, have colonised a large number of aquatic environments in France, owing to a high ecological plasticity of the species. The overall objective of this guide is to serve as a user manual for interpreting the scales and estimating the age of brown trout (Salmo trutta) from the French trout populations.
Constructed wetlands for domestic wastewater treatment under tropical climate. Guideline to design tropicalized systems | Guides and protocols | October 2017
This guideline is designed as a toolkit to support stakeholders and designers in the completion of constructed wetlands (CW) projects in tropical and equatorial climate zones.
Journal Knowledge and Management of Aquatic Ecosystems (KMAE) | Knowledge and Management of Aquatic Ecosystems - KMAE |
KMAE serves as a foundation for scientific advice across the broad spectrum of management and conservation issues related to freshwater ecosystems. The journal publishes articles, short communications, reviews, comments and replies that contribute to a scientific understanding of freshwater ecosystems and the impact of human activities upon these systems.
Ecological damage and ecological torts - How does society deal with and remediate damage to water and aquatic environments? | Knowledge for action | April 2017
This book is intended for public and private stakeholders involved in applying or affected by environmental regulations in general and water regulations in particular. It describes the current scientific, legal and operational situation as well as the progress already made and that required to fully take into account ecological damages, on the basis of in-depth scientific and technical knowledge combined with current developments in the human and social sciences.