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Guiding out-migrating juvenile sea lamprey (Petromyzon marinus) with pulsed direct current

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Johnson, N.S., Miehls, S. 2014. Guiding out-migrating juvenile sea lamprey (Petromyzon marinus) with pulsed direct current. River Research and Applications 30:1146-1156.

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Non-physical stimuli can deter or guide fish without affecting water flow or navigation and therefore have been investigated to improve fish passage at anthropogenic barriers and to control movement of invasive fish. Upstream fish migration can be blocked or guided without physical structure by electrifying the water, but directional downstream fish guidance with electricity has received little attention. We tested two non-uniform pulsed direct current electric systems, each having different electrode orientations (vertical versus horizontal), to determine their ability to guide out-migrating juvenile sea lamprey (Petromyzon marinus) and rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss). Both systems guided significantly more juvenile sea lamprey [...]

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journalRiver Research and Applications
languageEnglish
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value30
typeissue
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typePublication Place
valueChichester, England

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