Tag Archive: water

Sep 25

Environment Agency’s bristles help fish in Isle of Wight rivers

CDT-SIS graduate Dr Daniella Montali-Ashworth is now working with the Environment Agency and her Cylindrical Bristle Clusters have been installed on rivers on the Isle of Wight during the summer of 2020. Articles in the local press from September 25, 2020. https://www.iwradio.co.uk/news/isle-of-wight-news/fintastic-new-technology-helps-fish-in-isle-of-wight-rivers/ https://www.islandecho.co.uk/fish-given-a-helping-hand-thanks-to-environment-agency-clusters/ https://www.countypress.co.uk/news/18748472.environment-agencys-bristles-help-fish-isle-wight-rivers/Ā 

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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,Ā 15 January 2020, 105634 …

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