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.


Towards the restoration of rivers and aquatic environments - A collection of river hydromorphology restoration examples | Recueils d'expériences | January 2010

The collection presents more than 60 examples of river hydromorphology restoration undertaken over the past 20 years throughout France. These actions aim to preserve river hydromorphology or to re-establish hydromorphological processes of rivers.


Agency collections | Rubrique

To support the implementation of policies related to biodiversity and to promote to professionals the methods, knowledge, data that it produces or co-produces with its partners, the AFB offers several editorial products in paper, web and audiovisual forms.

Invasive alien species in aquatic environments - Practical information and management insights - Vol. 3 | Knowledge for action | March 2019

NEW FILES 2020/2021 !
Invasive alien species (IAS) and their impacts represent a growing concern for the managers of natural areas.That is particularly true for aquatic environments where an array of stakeholders are now taking action. In parallel, public policies are coming into play on the national level and the European Union now has a regulation in this field. These volumes offer highly useful information while attempting to address the specific aspects of each situation, including the site, the species to be managed and the necessary technical and financial resources.