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fishway

(ˈfɪʃˌweɪ)
n
(Fishing) US and Canadian another name for fish ladder
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Refurbishment works included construction of new piers to support the structure safely, an aesthetically designed walkway with disabled access, mechanised weir gates that can be operated remotely in response to river levels, and a new fishway enabling fish to move up and downstream when the weir is closed.
Gilligan DM, Harris JH and Mallen-Cooper M (2003) Monitoring changes in Crawford River fish community following replacement of an ineffective fishway with a vertical-slot fishway design: results of an eight year monitoring program.
Supply of Rock Island fishway middle ladder butterfly valve, Chelan County; apparent low bidder was HD Fowler.
4] proposed the installation of barrier opposite the outlet orifice of fishway with a vertical gap to modify the performance of the structure.
Take exit 27 from I-91 South or North (Route 2 East); take a right at the second light and go over the bridge; Turn left after the bridge onto First Street; The fishway is on the left.
A plan was proposed to reopen the fishway to the alewives while monitoring the basin's smallmouth bass population.
In designing different species of fishways, some points should be observed until the fishway function properly and the fish can overcome the height difference of the river at the dam site and pass it [1].
Robust redhorse have also been found moving through a fish ladder at Columbia Dam in Broad River--62 robust redhorse were seen passing through the Columbia Fishway in 2013.
The Conservancy's second claim alleged violations of Washington fishway law, rather than the water code.
The lagoon's saltwater barrier included a fishway and Shapovalov (1945) believed that it was "operating satisfactorily", although it is not clear to what extent he examined its operation.
Virginia Tippie, director, Coastal America, said, 'The Peconic River Fishway Partnership's proactive restoration and waterway protection is a striking example of an environmental success that directly resulted from the identification of a critical ecosystem need and the development of key partnerships.
For example, when a fishway was built in the water's edge biotope of Osone Wetland in Saitama Prefecture in 2001, pond water was connected to the nearby Ayase River, permitting the movement of fish.