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- Joachim Pander; Juergen Geist
- Water 2018 v.10 no.9 pp. -
- Barbus barbus; Chondrostoma nasus; biodiversity; case studies; endangered species; fish; fish communities; gravel; habitat conservation; habitats; rheophilic species; rivers; spillways; surface water; Germany
- ... Despite of structural deficits, highly modified water bodies (HMWB) contain remnant populations of endangered fish that have high conservation value. Restoration in HMWBs underlies different principles when compared to natural rivers because of impaired river dynamic processes. The objective herein was to assess the contribution of restored habitats of the River Günz, Germany to fish diversit ...
- Paul Meulenbroek; Silke Drexler; Christoffer Nagel; Michael Geistler; Herwig Waidbacher
- Marine & freshwater research 2018 v.69 no.12 pp. 1857-1869
- Barbus barbus; Chondrostoma nasus; adults; biodiversity; eggs; endangered species; fauna; fish; habitats; indicator species; indigenous species; juveniles; larvae; rivers; spawning; watersheds
- ... Major sections of today’s rivers are man made and do not provide the essential requirements for riverine fish. A nature-like fish by-pass system in Vienna-Freudenau was assessed for its function as a fish habitat. The study was conducted continuously over 3 years; 15 years after construction of the by-pass. The chosen nature-like construction of the by-pass system functions like natural tributarie ...