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1st NSERC HydroNet Symposium
Date : March 29th to 30th, 2011

Location : Delta Winnipeg, 350 St. Mary Avenue, Winnipeg, MB

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Presentations and Abstracts
Presentation Abstract NSERC HydroNet : A national research network to promote sustainable hydropower in Canada. * Dr. Daniel Boisclair and al. Université de Montréal.
Presentation Abstract DFO's Center of Expertise on Hydropower Impacts on Fish and Fish Habitat (CHIF) : Projects in support of HydroNet's Objectives. CHIF research. * Dr. Karen E. Smokorowski
Presentation Abstract Acoustic measures of fish distribution, abundance, movement and habitat in Manitoba lakes. * L. Wheeland; R. Pollom; Dr. G.A. Rose, Memorial University of Newfoundland.
Presentation Abstract Comparing relative fish density estimates from electrofishing and visual surveying methods. * C. J. Macnaughton; S. Harvey-Lavoie; G. Lanthier; C. Senay, Dr. Daniel Boisclair, Université de Montréal.
Presentation Abstract Response of Arid River Fish Assemblages to Environmental Flow Regulation * K.B. Gido, Kansas State University, Manhattan.
Presentation Abstract Development of metrics relating flow alteration impacts to river food web dynamic.
* Dr Jérôme Marty(1), Dr. Michael Power (2), Dr. Karen Smokorowski (3) and Dr D. Planas(4).
 (1)St. Lawrence River Institute, Cornwall, ON; (2) University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON;  (3)Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Burlington, ON;  (4) UQAM, Montreal, QC.
Presentation Abstract Numerical Investigation of Turbulent Flow through Bar Racks in Closed Conduits. * S. Paul; H. Ghamry, Freshwater Institute, Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Winnipeg, MB.
Presentation Abstract Hydraulics Component Overview of the BC Hydro Fish Entrainment Study. *C. B. Robertson; M. T. Langford; Dr David Z. Zhu, University of Alberta.
Abstract Behaviour and passage success of fish using a vertical slot fishway in Quebec: case studies incorporating a single and multispecies approach. * J. D. Thiem, T. R. Binder, J. W. Dawson, P. Dumont, D. Hatin, C. Hatry, C. Katopodis, K. Smokorowski, K. Stamplecoskie, D. Zhu and S. J. Cooke. * Fish Ecology and Conservation Physiology Laboratory, Carleton University, Ottawa ON Canada.
Presentation Abstract Hydraulic Measurements in Reservoirs: Capabilities and Limitations. * Mathew T. Langford; C. Beth Robertson; Dr. David Z. Zhu, Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, University of Alberta.
Presentation Abstract Saskatchewan Protocol Agreement - A Cooperative Approach to Prioritizing & Managing
Fisheries Issues at Power-generating Facilities. * Rick West, SaskPower and Darcy Lightle, DFO.
Presentation Abstract Resizing a river : using experimental management to develop a downscaled environmental flow regime for the Lower Bridge River or Does more water mean more fish ? * Mike Bradford, DFO; Paul Higgins, BC Hydro; Josh Korman, Ecometric Research.

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