Evaluating the impact of engineered in-stream structures to upstream fish passage of Salmo trutta

Evaluating the impact of engineered in-stream structures to upstream fish passage of Salmo trutta

This study, written by Mike Forty, aims to inform conservation efforts by providing valuable measurements of the impacts of engineered in-stream structures on the upstream fish passage of Salmo trutta. Mike is in his second year of a PhD at Durham University and has been supported by the Ribble Rivers Trust.

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