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Biotactic Research And Videography Observatory
VIDEO IS STREAMED LIVE,  FILTERED AND STORED
BRAVO Node 2
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LIVE STREAMING FISHWAY MONITORING CAMERA, TEMPERATURES AND PIT-TAG DETECTION SYSTEM


DEPLOYMENT LOCATION: 43 25' N, 80 25' W -
Mannheim Weir Fishway (Denil type), Grand River, Ontario, Canada
 

Water Temperature at node (C): 12.37
Water Levels near Node 2 - Doon

Current conditions:
Minimal Fish Movement
Fish Activity Index: Low - 1
 

Node 2 Archive

Fish Passage Data and Counts
CarpCam



CURRENT ONLINE FEED AT THIS PAGE: 
BRAVO  Node 2 Colour Daytime. No current IR lights
 

 


 

Click here for underwater video of smallmouth bass in von Kármán vortex streets

 

Scientific Publications from Node 2

• Bunt, C.M., T. Castro-Santos and A. Haro. 2012. Performance of fish passage structures at upstream barriers to migration. River Research and Applications. 28:457-478.

• Bunt, C.M., B.T. van Poorten and L. Wong. 2001. Denil fishway utilization patterns and passage of several warmwater species relative to seasonal, thermal and hydraulic dynamics. Ecology of Freshwater Fish. 10:212-219.

• Bunt, C.M. 2001. Fishway entrance modifications enhance fish attraction. Fisheries Management and Ecology. 8:95-105.

• Bunt, C.M. 1999. Fishways for warmwater species: utilization patterns, attraction efficiency, passage efficiency and relative physical output. Ph.D. thesis. University of Waterloo.

• Bunt, C.M., C. Katopodis and R.S. McKinley. 1999. Attraction and passage efficiency of white suckers and smallmouth bass by two Denil fishways. North American Journal of Fisheries Management. 19:793-803.

• Bunt, C.M., S.J. Cooke and R.S. McKinley. 1997. Creation and maintenance of habitat downstream from a weir for the greenside darter (Etheostoma blennioides) - a rare fish in Canada. Environmental Biology of Fishes. 51:297-308.

              
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The system is  maintained

regularly

so all image problems are temporary.

This broadband stream is not clear or fluid using dial-up ISP.
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