Optimising the design and management of installations in the framework of the management plan to save the eel
The Eels & Installations R&D programme targeted a number of operational goals that resulted in the development and testing of technical solutions designed for rapid implementation in the field. All programme results were presented at the feedback symposium which brought together researchers, water managers, associations and hydroelectric companies. In 3 sections, the document presents the results of the programme to restore eel stocks.
The symposium was organised by Onema (National agency for water and aquatic environments) and the steering committee of the Eels & Installations R&D programme, 28-29 November 2011, Paris.
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Management plan to save the eel. Optimising the design and management of installations - n°15 | Meetings | April 2012
Over the past 3 years, the Eels & Installations R&D programme launched 18 research projects to optimise the design and management of installations to protect migrating eels. This feedback symposium sketched a panorama of the results achieved in a series of presentations addressing the operational aspects of issues. The presented solutions and tools pave the way for a collaborative response by the economic participants to the challenge of restoring the species.
Plan de sauvegarde de l’anguille. Quelles solutions pour optimiser la conception et la gestion des ouvrages ? | Meetings recap | November 2012
Cette synthèse restitue les résultats du programme R&D Anguilles-Ouvrages mis en oeuvre pour contribuer à la restauration des stocks d'anguille.