Tag Archive: Prof Paul Kemp


James Miles – Fish behavioural response to abiotic visual cues

Sep 01

A mechanical approach to understanding the impact of the nematode Anguillicoloides crassus on the European eel swimbladder

Research Article Each CDT SIS cohort undertake a group project with researchers from different disciplines working together to understand and research a complex real world problem sustainable engineering problems.

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Jun 17

Analogies in contextualizing human response to airborne ultrasound and fish response to acoustic noise and deterrents

Research Article Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics. 37, 010014 (2019);¬†https://doi.org/10.1121/2.0001260 Journal of the Acoustical Society of America ¬†Timothy G. Leighton1,¬†Helen A. L. Currie2,¬†Amelia Holgate2,¬†Craig N. Dolder1,¬†Sian Lloyd Jones1,¬†Paul R. White1, and¬†Paul S. Kemp2 Published Online: 17 June 2020 ABSTRACT In assessing the impact of sound on aquatic life, or its potential to guide fauna away …

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Mar 17

Group behavior and tolerance of Eurasian minnow (Phoxinus phoxinus) in response to tones of differing pulse repetition rate

Research Article ¬†Helen A. L. Currie1,b),¬†¬†Paul R. White2,c),¬†¬†Timothy G. Leighton2,d), and¬†¬†Paul S. Kemp1,e) The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America¬†> Volume 147, Issue 3¬†> 10.1121/10.0000910 Published Online: 17 March 2020 ABSTRACT Behavioral guidance systems are commonly used in freshwater fish conservation. The biological relevance of sound to fish and recorded responses to human-generated noise …

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Feb 25

Developing a low-cost fish passage solution for gauging weirs

PhD Thesis Montali-Ashworth, D.¬†(Creator),¬†Vowles, A.¬†(Supervisor),¬†Kemp, P.¬†(Supervisor),¬†De Almeida, G.¬†(Supervisor) Publisher: University of Southampton Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences,¬†Water and Environmental Engineering Group PhD Awarded: 25 June 2020 Abstract Fluvial habitat connectivity is essential for the transfer of energy, materials and organisms along rivers. In-river barriers (such as dams and weirs) disrupt the river continuum, causing …

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Jan 30

Group behavioral responses of juvenile common carp (Cyprinus carpio) to pulsed tonal stimuli in the presence of masking noise.

Currie, H. A. L., White, P., Leighton, T., & Kemp, P. (2019). Paper presented at The Fifth International Conference on the Effects of Noise on Aquatic Life, Den Haag, Netherlands.¬†https://doi.org/10.1121/2.0001180 Published Online: 30 January 2020 ABSTRACT Acoustic behavioral deterrent systems are deployed to control range expansion of invasive species, and protect migratory fish from hazardous …

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Jan 15

Use of Cylindrical Bristle Clusters as a novel multispecies fish pass to facilitate upstream movement at gauging weirs

Research Article University of Southampton have developed a new Cylindrical Bristle Cluster (CBC) fish pass that is installed on gauging weirs to enhance passability for fish by reducing drag without impacting weir function. Funded by the UK Environment Agency (EA). Daniella Montali-AshworthaAndrew S.VowlesaGustavode AlmeidabPaul S.Kemp First published in Ecological Engineering Volume 143,¬†15 January 2020, 105634 …

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Nov 23

Influence of resonance-driven bubble clouds on fine-scale behaviour of common carp (Cyprinus carpio)

Research Article Nicholas Flores Martin Faculty of Eng. and Physical Sciences Water and Environ. Eng. Group, University of Southampton, Timothy G. Leighton, Paul R. White, Paul S. Kemp The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 146, 2897 (2019);¬†https://doi.org/10.1121/1.5137053 Published Online: 13 November 2019 ABSTRACT Acoustic-bubble barriers show potential as a management tool for fish …

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