The IGF takes part in resettling and preservation programs of freshwater mussels in the state of Thuringia. Bodies of water are investigated of previously known sites of the exterminated eastern pearl shell (Margaritifera margaritifera) as well as sites of the still existing but endangered common river mussel (Unio crassus).
Within the RETERO research project, intensive cooperation has developed with the Tallinn University of Technology (TalTech) and the Estonian University for Life Sciences (EMÜ). In
After the pandemic-related travel restrictions prevented us from entering Indonesia for more than one and a half year, we finally made our field survey in
Radio Telemetry – Release of nase (Chondrostoma nasus) equipped with radio transponders in the river Main (Germany)
The Radio Telemetry at the HPP Rothenfels in the river Main continues. Fish equipped with radio transponders were successfully released in perfect condition in March
NANO magazine recently published a report on the development of the robot fish. IGF Jena is a proud partner in the RETERO project, which aims
On Friday 22nd November, a Salmon was found in the fishtrap at the Mulde River. This indicates that Salmon is capable to find and use
Here you can read more about the RETERO project, an interesting project in which the IGF is proud to be involved. Source: https://www.fondriest.com/news/Photo: Jana Dünnhaupt,
Evaluation of the fish passage at Mulde in Dessau
Take a look at the MDR coverage of the evaluation of the fish passage passage at the Mulde river in Dessau.