Freshwater Metadata Journal aims to easily publish freshwater biodiversity related metadata and to bring about a change of perception regarding data publishing in the freshwater scientific community. Freshwater Biology publishes papers on all aspects of the ecology of inland surface waters, including rivers and lakes, connected ground waters, flood plains and other wetlands. We publish studies of micro-organisms, algae, macrophytes, invertebrates, fish and other vertebrates, as well as those concerning whole systems and related physical and chemical aspects of the environment.
Manuscripts with an experimental or conceptual flavour are especially welcome, as are those which integrate laboratory and field work, and studies from less well researched areas of the world. Freshwater Reviews is a peer-reviewed international journal dedicated to enhancing the understanding of inland waters.
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Elisabetta Pizzul Tel: Email: pizzul units. Selected papers Bertoli M. UDK: , ,36 Giannetto D. Via E. Weiss, 2 - Trieste, Italia - Tel. IVA - C. Gravel bed enhancement. Water diversions for hydroelectric development, canalisation and other human activities in the watershed may change patterns of water flow and sediment deposition in a river system.
This can lead to loss or impairment of spawning areas, with negative consequences for stock recruitment. In order to mitigate for these effects, LFI creates and replenishes spawning areas through the addition of gravel. Results show that successful spawning is taking place in these enhanced gravel beds. Eggplanting is an additional strategy used by LFI to enhance salmonid recruitment. One advantage of this technique is that resulting fry are more closely adapted to local natural conditions than hatchery-reared fish. The key to success in eggplanting is to provide conditions that promote egg survival.
To ensure good results it is important to adapt the method to the specific circumstances of a given river. The success of the eggplanting method must be assessed by monitoring egg survival and subsequent juvenile density. To the right: Eggs are being deposited in gravel boxes under water.
Use of wild juveniles for cultivation.