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www.ecrr.org                                                                                   No 6. 1 September 2019 
NEWS & EVENTS
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NEWS
A comprehensive assessment of stream fragmentation
in Great Britain

Highlights

  • Ground truthed first assessment of stream fragmentation across Great Britain.
  • Existing barrier databases underestimate stream fragmentation by at least 68%
  • There is at least one artificial barrier every 1.5 km of stream in Great Britain.
  • Only 3.3% of the total river network of Great Britain is fully connected.
  • Only 1% of the rivers in England, Scotland and Wales are free of artificial barriers.
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Adaptive Management of Barriers in European Rivers
Presentations available of the
Sustainable Hydropower Conference 2019, Sweden
All presentation by clicking on the picture of the participants of the Sustainable Hydropower Conference in June 2019 in Sweden. 
© Mats Svensson
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EVENTS
Abstract submission closes 15 September 2019. Enter here for submission.
10th Norwegian Annual River Restoration Seminar
September 16/17, Trondheim, Norway.

 
For registration click here
 
On the conference day, the following two key-note speakers are presenting in English:
  • Transboundary River Restoration: Experiences from the River Rhine Basin - Dr. Laura Poinsot, member of the secretariat of the International Commission for the Protection of the Rhine.
  • River Restoration in Spain and Portugal - Carles Ferrer Boix, Centro Iberico de Restauración Fluvial.
Two Norwegian participants will present "take home messages" from this years RRC conference in the UK. Other parts of the programme will include presentations on completed and ongoing projects in Norway, research news and a finally part with focus on riparian vegetation.
The seminar will be in Norwegian language, except the two international key-note speakers.
 
On the excursion (second day), a visit to a 5,5 km restoration project that daylights a river that was previously covered for landslide prevention, housing, roads and agriculture. It can be seen  how the restoration has been done in semi-urban as well as agricultural area, and also how measures for landslide prevention and ecological improvement have been balanced.
Register for the Sélune Valley Revival!
Towards a free flowing Sélune!
 
Taking place near Mont-Saint-Michel, this conference will feature the Sélune dams removals project at the heart of this great event. Many other examples from France and abroad will be the basis of inspirational exchanges and debate. 
The conference in both French and English is targeted at experts, scientists, managers, NGO's and government representatives, but also users of the Sélune river.
Information and registration: 
http://www.ern.org/en/colloque-international-selune/
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Register here for International River Symposium Brisbane
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