INBO @ IENE 2018

Vanaf 10 september loopt in Eindhoven de conferentie IENE 2018, met als thema "Crossing borders for a greener and sustainable transport infrastructure". Verschillende INBO wetenschappers zullen er aanwezig zijn met een spreekbeurt, een flash presentatie of een poster:

  • Ecological value of constructed shallow  water zones along a navigable canal:  A case study from the canal Ghent-Bruges - Andy Van Kerckvoorde
  • Adjusted tidal sluice management, an easy way to improve the upstream migration of glass eels in Flemish waterways (Belgium) - Jeroen Van Wichelen, David Buysse, Claude Belpaire, Johan Coeck and Kristof Vlietinck
  • Pumping stations and the ‘migration road’ towards safer pumps for the critically endangered European eel - David Buysse, Jeroen Van Wichelen, Raf Baeyens, Ine Pauwels, Ans Mouton and Johan Coeck
  • Safety by nature: development of erosion resistant and species-rich river dyke  vegetation through adapted management - Bart Vandevoorde, Piet Thys and Erika Van den Bergh
  • Decision support tool for tidal river bank management: Towards a more sustainable  riverbank protection - Gunther Van Ryckegem,  Alexander Van Braeckel, Piet Thys and Erika Van den Bergh
  • How river lampreys deal with the weirs, locks and fish passes in the fragmented river Scheldt, Belgium - David Buysse, Jeroen Van Wichelen, Lore Vandamme,  Ans Mouton and Johan Coeck
  • Evaluation of green infrastructure along canals as aquatic habitat for fish populations - Sophie Vermeersch, Raf Baeyens, Nico De Maerteleire, Emilie Gelaude, Ans Mouton, Sébastien Pieters, Karen Robberechts, Jeroen Van Wichelen and Johan Coeck
  • Modelling wildlife road kill hotspots in Flanders using citizen science data and surrounding landscape characteristics - Joris Everaert, Dirk Maes, Koen Van Den Berge, Frank Huysentruyt, Jan Gouwy, Jim Casaer, Ivy Jansen, Carine Wils, Toon Van Daele and Jeroen De Reu
     

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