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Behavioral Barriers and Guidance Systems

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Behavioral barriers and guidance systems have been employed at power facilities in an attempt to attract or to repel fish away from intake structures. Fishes respond to stimuli by either a preference or avoidance reaction. Broad categories of behavioral stimuli which have been employed at power plants include: electrical screens, air bubble curtains, illumination, acoustics and changes in current and velocity. The ways fish orient and migrate using various environmental cues still remain largely a mystery.
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1980
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Academic Press
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