Category:River continuity

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HYMOQE: River continuity

General description

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River continuity refers to the possibility for water, sediments, and migratory species to pass freely in the upstream and downstream directions along the river and laterally with the floodplain.

The list of case studies where this HYMOQE has been considered is presented at the bottom of the page under Pages in category "River continuity". Click on the name of the case study to see more information.


  1. Environmental Issues, Dams and Fish migration. Neste River, France