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Dams and their impacts on fish fauna: effects on migratory fish

Freshwater ecosystems are extremely important to the culture, welfare and development of Man. These not only serve for transportation, water supply and energy production, but can also be exploited as a possible food source through its fish resources. Consequently, dams have been constructed for a variety of reasons: water storage, flood prevention, electricity generation, irrigation, navigation, and recreation.
Wednesday, 09 October 2013
Dams and their impacts on fish fauna: effects on migratory fish

Bio3 hosts a summer trainee from the University of Coimbra

The summer internship undertaken by Mariana Valente in Bio3, after the conclusion of the Degree in Biology in University of Coimbra, allowed her the acquisition of work experience in ecology.
Monday, 07 October 2013
Bio3 hosts a summer trainee from the University of Coimbra

The Gathering

A gathering of stone martens in S. Mamede (PT, 2011)
Tuesday, 23 July 2013
The Gathering

Rarities

Otter photographed during a Bio3's fauna monitoring programme undertaken in Trás-os-Montes (PT, 2013)
Tuesday, 23 July 2013
Rarities

Windfloat Public Session and Demowfloat Workshop

In the past 9th July 2013 Bio3 attended the Windfloat public session and Demowfloat workshop, both focused on the wind turbine Windfloat located offshore Aguçadora, Portugal.
Monday, 15 July 2013
Windfloat Public Session and Demowfloat Workshop
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