Environment Agency ‘A study of wild roach in English rivers indicates that oestrogenic contaminants continue to occur at levels sufficient to produce a biological response in fish. The results of a study of wild roach in English rivers indicate that oestrogenic contaminants continue to occur at levels sufficient to produce a biological response in fish […]
DNA – based methods offer a significant opportunity to change how we monitor and assess biodiversity. These techniques may provide cheaper alternatives to existing species monitoring or an ability to detect species that we cannot currently detect reliably. However, for most species, there is still much development required before they can be used in routine monitoring. […]
On the 23rd September, the Unlocking the Severn project celebrated a major milestone – the first of our fish passes was opened to river fish! After years of bid development and a period of 16 months since the works commenced alongside Bevere weir, the fish pass, just north of Worcester has now been completed. The […]
Nice short video of the new pass, led by the Canal & River Trust, here https://twitter.com/SevernUnlocked/status/1308781539619221505 Read more on the Unlocking the Severn project here.