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Behavioral Technologies for Fish Guidance

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Product Description

Charles C. Coutant, editor

203 pages

Published by American Fisheries Society, August 2001

Summary

Symposium 26

Behavioral Technologies for Fish Guidance presents up-to-date information on an important fisheries bioengineering topic. Fish passage management is relevant to fisheries in fish protection systems at hydroelectric power stations, cooling water intakes for steam electric power stations, irrigation water intakes, and similar points of water withdrawal from public waters. There is currently much action on this subject from regulatory and research fronts. This symposium proceedings fills the need for peer-reviewed documentation of the results of recent research and demonstration experiments with several technologies, fish species, and locations. New concepts in fish guidance, as well as guidelines for the development of behavioral guidance technologies and regulatory agency perspectives on the use of these technologies, are also presented. In addition to its technical content, the book includes materials and information currently available only in difficult-to-obtain agency reports.

Highlights include:

* Measurement systems for detecting fish behavior in passage experiments * Regulatory perspectives from FERC and NMFS * Peer-reviewed documentation of the results of recent research, and * demonstration experiments with several technologies, fish species, and locations

This book is intended for:

* Fisheries and bioengineering students * Researchers, regulators, design engineers

Table of Contents

Responses of American Eels to Strobe Light and Sound (Preliminary Data) and Introduction to Sound Conditioning as a Potential Fish Passage Technology P. H. Patrick, J. S. Poulton, and R. Brown

Evaluation of Strobe Lights for Vertically Displacing Juvenile Salmon Near a Filling Culvert Intake at the Hiram M. Chittenden Locks, Seattle, Washington Peter N. Johnson, Frederick A. Goetz, and Gene R. Ploskey

Response of Free-Ranging Kokanee to Strobe Lights Melo A. Maiolie, Bill Harryman, and Bill Ament

Effectiveness of Strobe Lights and an Infrasound Device for Eliciting Avoidance by Juvenile Salmon Gene R. Ploskey and Peter N. Johnson

Turbulent Attraction Flows for Guiding Juvenile Salmonids at Dams Charles C. Coutant

Evaluation of Infrasound and Strobe Lights for Eliciting Avoidance Behavior in Juvenile Salmon and Char Robert P. Mueller, Duane A. Neitzel, and Brett G. Amidan

Evaluation of Low-Frequency Sound Transducers for Guiding Salmon Smolts Away from a Navigation Lock Frederick A. Goetz, James J. Dawson, Travis Shaw, and Jeffrey Dillon

Integrated, Multi-Sensory, Behavioral Guidance Systems for Fish Diversions Charles C. Coutant

Electric Power Research Institute’s (EPRI) Research on Behavioral Technologies Edward P. Taft, Douglas A. Dixon, and Charles W. Sullivan

Reaction of Chinook Salmon, Northern Pikeminnow, and Smallmouth Bass to Behavioral Guidance Stimuli Stephen V. Amaral, Frederick C. Winchell, and Todd N. Pearsons

Biological Evaluation of the Behavioral Guidance Structure at Lower Granite Dam on the Snake River, Washington in 1998 Noah S. Adams, Gary E. Johnson, Dennis W. Rondorf, Steve M. Anglea, and Tim Wik

A New Multibeam Sonar Technique for Evaluating Fine-Scale Fish Behavior near Hydroelectric Dam Guidance Structures Robert L. Johnson, Mary Ann Simmons, Carver S. Simmons, and Susan L. Blanton

Use of Electrical Barriers to Deter Movement of Round Goby Jacqueline F. Savino, David J. Jude, and Melissa J. Kostich

Detection of Infrasound in Fish and Behavioral Responses to Intense Infrasound in Juvenile Salmonids and European Silver Eels: A Minireview Olav Sand, Per S. Enger, Hans Erik Karlsen, and Frank R. Knudsen