Dam Busting and Fish Passage with Dr Sean Landsman Part 1 of 2
Dr. Sean Landsman teaches at the Institute of Environmental and Interdisciplinary Science at Carleton University, and is a serious Muskie angler. Sean is our guest on Blue Fish Radio for a two part series where we discuss the linkage between fish health, and dams and their fish passage systems.
In part one of this two part series Dr. Landsman discusses with Lawrence Gunther hydro and legacy dams, the movement of fish past dams in both directions, and why it makes sense to remove most smaller legacy dams.
Listen to the podcast below for part one on Blue Fish Radio:
Sean Landsman is also a professional photographer. His work focuses on science communications, and general nature imagery, with a special interest in underwater storytelling. He’s passionate about using still photography as a visual communication tool to educate the public about nature, and is especially interested in teaching people about the aquatic world and helping foster greater care and appreciation for life beneath the water’s surface. For more about Sean and to access his photos visit: www.seanlandsmanphotography.com.