Ecofish Research is actively advancing sustainable hydropower in Asia based on our expertise and insight in hydropower development. Dr. Xuezhong Yu, Senior Hydro-environmental Scientist at Ecofish, attended the 2015 Greater Forum in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, from 21-23 Oct 2015. Dr. Yu chaired the session “Conserving Fish in Hydropower Development,” which focussed on current practices and […]Read More
Join Ecofish for a fantastic professional development opportunity at Clean Energy BC’s Generate 2015 Conference!
If you have not yet heard, please join us in closing Generate 2015 (Clean Energy BC’s Annual Conference, see www.generate2015.ca) for an exciting one-day long workshop aimed at providing the most recent updates on the initiatives and directions pertaining to the regulatory framework that governs the Clean Energy industry in BC. In keeping with the […]Read More
Ecofish Research has been taking strides to expand our capabilities and better serve our clients in Ontario. In addition to opening a new Toronto office location, we have been meeting with members of the Ontario hydropower industry to showcase our expertise in hydropower development. This past week, Ecofish President and Senior Fisheries Scientist Adam Lewis […]Read More
Congratulations to Ecofish Water Resources Engineer, Dr. Abul Baki, on earning his licensed Professional Engineer credential. He joins an expanding group of engineering professionals who have demonstrated their continued dedication to higher standards of practice in the industry. Certified professional engineers are legally and ethically responsible for their work, hold public safety paramount, maintain the […]Read More
In late July 2015, Dr. Xuezhong Yu, Senior Hydro-Environmental Scientist at Ecofish Research Ltd., travelled to six fish passage facilities in the United States with five engineers from the PowerChina Kunming Engineering Corporation. They visited four dams on the Susquehanna River (Conowingo, Holtwood, Safe Harbor aith, and York Haven), fish ladders at Bonneville Dam on […]Read More
Presented at the Washington-British Columbia Chapter’s 2015 Annual Meeting for the American Fisheries Society and the 26th Northeast Pacific Pink and Chum Salmon Workshop, “A Comparison of Desktop Hydrologic Methods for Determining Environmental Flows” was recently published in the Canadian Water Resources Journal. Researched and written by Ecofish Senior Environmental Scientist Todd Hatfield in collaboration […]Read More