News and Events

Below are a list of news and events related to the HydroPASSAGE project.

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The HydroPASSAGE team presented a webinar on the tools offered through the DOE project. The tools include the Biological Performance…
sensorfish

A team of PNNL researchers used Sensor Fish collect information about the physical experiences of fish as they pass through dams and…
AlisonColotelo

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory's Alison Colotelo is a Project Manager in the Ecology Group. She works with multi-disciplinary teams on the effects of hydropower…
sensor fish technology

Using PNNL’s autonomous fish body double called Sensor Fish, and the miniature version, Sensor Fish Mini—in its first field trial…
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Researchers at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory are creating new…
eels

A trio of PNNL fish researchers recently published a video journal article on how to properly implant miniature acoustic tags in…
fishhero

During his doctorate work in southeastern Australia, Pflugrath examined weirs, or small dams built across rivers, and how…
compositeturbine

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory published a paper in Renewable Energy, sharing their…
fish

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory performed an evaluation of a novel technology that helps migratory fish more safely and…
bonheyo

Researchers at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory are now leading research to mitigate biofouling and its impacts on the environment and industry
SensorFishMini

Scientists at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory have created look-alike fish to collect information on the impacts of fish swimming near dams.
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Pacific Northwest National Laboratory licenses its autonomous Sensor Fish technology…
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Scientists at Pacific Northwest National Laboratory are using new technology to measure the physical impacts of…
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Hundreds of surrogate "fish" will be put to work at dams around the world through an agreement between ATS - Advanced Telemetry Systems - and the Department of Energy'…
hydropowerphoto

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory explored how…
SF

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory in Richland have developed acoustic tags to track fish migration at dams on the lower Columbia…
hydropowerpic

Hydropower is the oldest, cleanest, and largest source of renewable energy. This episode talks about the history of hydropower.
Whoosh

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory is evaluating Seattle-based Whooshh Innovations' technology with a $300,000 grant from DOE…
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Pacific Northwest National Laboratory is helping Percheron Power of Kennewick develop a hydropower turbine for small waterways…
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A team of researchers from Oak Ridge National Laboratory performed studies that investigate turbine-associated fish injuries and mortality.

Chinook

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory published a journal article exploring ways to protect fish from barotrauma.
IceHarbor

Pacific Northwest National Laboratory is collaborating with researchers from Laos, Brazil and…
ECOMagazine

Joseph Allen, sales manager for Advanced Telemetry Systems, wrote an article for ECO Magazine, on how Sensor Fish are used to improve dam and hydroturbine fish passage mortality. Source: ECO Magazine

Events

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Virtual Meeting
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Virtual Camp