‘Over or under? Autonomous sensor fish reveals why overshot weirs may be safer than undershot weirs for fish passage.’ ‘Ecological Engineering’ Technical Paper providing scientific evidence why LayFlat gates may be safer for fish passage than traditional undershot sluice gates; Click to Download Paper LayFlat Tilting Weir Gate Information: Click here. Information on Fish Exclusion […]
AWMA water control structures assist in returning environmental flows back into the River Murray.
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Tom Rayner talks to the Murray-Darling Basin Native Fish Forum about Pump and diversion screening: The sleeping giant of Australian river restoration. Tom talks about the major loss of fish due to pumps and irrigation offtakes. Tom shows some examples of screens for various situations and talks about how screening in Australia is well behind […]
“A good plan to help Darling River fish recover exists, so let’s get on with it!” http://theconversation.com/a-good-plan-to-help-darling-river-fish-recover-exists-so-lets-get-on-with-it-110168 Work under the Native Fish Strategy demonstrated that anywhere between 100 and 12,000fish can be abstracted, per day, by a single pump. When extrapolated over the many thousand irrigation pumps and diversion points across the basin, this means millions of […]