fish screen

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fish screen

[′fish ‚skrēn]
(civil engineering)
A screen set across a water intake canal or pipe to prevent fish from entering.
Any similar barrier to prevent fish from entering or leaving a pond.
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In addition, A fine screen, With automatic cleaning, Is attached to the inlet as a fish barrier.
These projects include highway and local road construction and maintenance, bike path and walkway projects, rail and transit projects, ferry system improvements and fish barrier removal.
Following improvements to a fish barrier built by the Conservation Department in the 1960s, the last reclamation in 1971 successfully produced a quality brook trout fishery that persisted into the 2000s.
Throughout construction, there were no interruptions to the city's drinking water and the team was mindful of the natural fish barrier just below the dam, using construction methods that allowed salmon to spawn downstream of the dam.
Meyers Falls, 8 rkm upstream of the confluence, is an impassable fish barrier, 24 m high, on the Colville River.
That's true, beginning with my first pike, which I caught at a fish barrier between Upper Gar and Lower Gar lakes, in the Iowa Great Lakes region, when I was 8 or 9 years old.
While more than 6,000 firefighters worked to save structures and build fire lines to control the massive fire, several agencies involved in the Apache trout recovery program worked behind the scenes to identify potential impacts to the federally threatened Apache trout (Oncorhynchus apache) and prioritize possible actions for salvage operations (the removal of trout from streams where it is expected they will die) and artificial fish barrier modification.
The DNR isn't sure how carp got into Swan Lake, but if they came from downstream, a fish barrier will be installed.
This dam was the only remaining fish barrier in the watershed.
Farther downstream, natural hot springs heat the water to near boiling and attract bathers and form a fish barrier that keeps the fish concentrated in a few miles of the stream.
Patrick Engineering (Chicago, Illinois) is providing construction management services for construction of an electric fish barrier, said to be the first of its kind in the midwest.
The AECOM-led team will provide expert technical advice and consultation services, including: experimental design and implementation of non-physical fish barrier performance evaluations; fish screen monitoring and facilities design; field surveys for biological and physical parameters; study design and data analyses; regulatory permit acquisition; water resources planning; water quality modeling; and multi-dimensional model development and application.