Document of dataset 7822

Dataset record

Type
Dataset
title in English
Clear way for fish 2
title in nl
Ruim Baan Voor Vis 2
Acronym
RBVV2
Abstract in English
This project is a collaboration between different institutes to establish a better connection between the salt Wadden Sea and fresh water zones for diadromous fish to freely migrate between the two. In this project we aim at: 1. reestablish a migration route between salt/fresh water barriers, 2. connect and restore freely migratable inland river systems and, 3. improve upstream habitats for spawning and juvenile fish. Different diadromous fish will be studies amongst which are: Atlantic eel, stickleback, shad, lamprey and flounder.
Rights
This work is licensed under http://vocab.nerc.ac.uk/collection/L08/current/MO meaning it is under moratorium until 2024-12-31
bibliographicCitation
Huisman, J. van Eerbeek J. van der Knaap, I. Van Hall Larenstein: Ruim baan voor vis 2; 2021

Temporal coverage

Temporal
Start date
2020-1-1

Geographical coverage

Spatial
Netherlands
Netherlands, North Sea

Thesaurus terms

Keyword
Acoustic telemetry
Acoustic Telemetry
Biologging
Brackish water
Brackishwater environment
Diadromous fishes
Dollard estuary
Estuaries
Estuarine dynamics
Estuarine environments
Estuarine monitoring
Germany
Intertidal environment
Marine
Netherlands
North-sea

Themes

theme
Biology > Acoustics
Biology > Ecology - biodiversity
Biology > Fish
Coastal studies (e.g. shores, estuaries)

Taxonomic terms

Taxon keywords
Alosa alosa
Anguilla rostrata
Lampetra fluviatilis (Linnaeus, 1758)
Pisces

Ownerships

contactPoint
Jeroen Huisman
contactPoint
Van Hall Larenstein, University of Applied Sciences
creator
Inge van der Knaap
creator
Van Hall Larenstein, University of Applied Sciences
creator
Joop Van Eerbeek
creator
Van Hall Larenstein, University of Applied Sciences

Dataset references

is part of
European Tracking Network (ETN) data

Special collections

part of special collection
European Tracking Network

Document metadata

date created
2021-07-19
date modified
2024-01-03