Filters: partyWithName: William Taylor (X)4 results (85ms)
Abstract (from ScienceDirect): We present the first high resolution (1:20,000) river centerlines shapefiles from 50 large rivers across the world. Rivers were selected based on the criteria of having more than 1000 km length and which have been reported to have a significant contribution to global fishery production. Since large rivers often span multiple countries, the degree of changes (i.e., anthropogenic or climate derived) varies from region to region. These high-resolution layers were developed to enable researchers to delineate accurate river length, from headwaters regions to their delta and assess or visualize the ongoing changes more accurately in these river systems. Further, these polylines could be...
Categories: Publication; Types: Citation; Tags: Fish, National CASC, Wildlife and Plants, global fishery production, headwaters regions,
Categories: Publication; Tags: Fish, National CASC, Wildlife and Plants, aquatic systems, finfish,
Categories: Publication; Types: Citation; Tags: Fish, National CASC, Wildlife and Plants, freshwater fish biomass, inland fisheries,
Abstract (from Water Biology and Security): Hydropower production is one of the greatest threats to fluvial ecosystems and freshwater biodiversity. Now that we have entered the Anthropocene, there is an opportunity to reflect on what might constitute a ‘sustainable’ Anthropocene in the context of hydropower and riverine fish populations. Considering elements of existing practices that promote favorable social-ecological outcomes (i.e., ‘bright spots’) is timely given that there are plans to expand hydropower capacity in previously undammed rivers, intensify dam development in some of the world's largest river systems, and re-license existing facilities. We approach this from a pragmatic perspective: for the foreseeable...
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