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Welcome on Diadfish web site.

Created in 2002 Diadfish network gather European Research Institutes working on diadromous fish.

This network aims to bring together experts and users of this resource in a joint approach throughout the range of species in question to improve knowledge and to ensure the sustained management of diadromous fish in Europe. This network will provide a sound basis for future decisions (e.g. water framework directive implementation) and powerful ecological tools for the benefit of European diadromous fish species by identifying and quantifying environmental benchmarks, anthropological impacts, preventive and remedial management options. The aim is also to test methods and procedures for their protection, which may need to be implemented to secure the future of these valuable and threatened species. This proposal is strongly connected to the European Union Water Framework Directive , Natura 2000 and the Fauna, Flora and Habitats guideline.

(to know more about the aims of the network)

Symposium on the Atlantic salmon
for a good management of salmon habitat and salmon farming of repopulation

21 et 22 octobre 2009

Espace Jél iote - 4, Rue de la Poste - 64400 Oloron-Sainte-Marie

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Eel otolith preparation for ageing


Consultation and downloading

The 6th International Symposium on Sturgeon
ENDANGERED GIANTS - LIVING FOSSILS

Human impacts on sturgeons and conservation measures

25 -30, October, 2009
Wuhan Science and Technology Exhibition Center Wuhan,
Hubei Province, China
HERE

 

EuroDiad 1.0 : database providing the distribution of fourteen diadromous fish species at the beginning of the twentieth century in forty-one European basins.
Data



The re-introduction of allis shad (Alosa alosa) in the Rhine System

Project SLIME (Restoration of the European eel population;
pilot studies for a scientific framework in support of sustainable management).

Some pictures from symposium "Fish and Diadromy in Europe" march - april 2005

 

     
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