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Jour 1 : Jeudi 1er Octobre

 

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Introduction and Welcome

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Mediation :

Frank Hartmann, Regierungspräsidium Karlsruhe (DE)
Head of the fishery administration. Responsible for fishery and fish-habitats in the administrative district Karlsruhe.
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Pierre Strosser, ACTeon environment (FR)
Head of ACTeon – Innovation, Policy, Environment. Office specialising in research and consultancy

1_jean-marc_deichtmann Jean-Marc Deichtmann, Ville de Huningue (FR)
Mayor
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3_gustaaf_borchardt Gustaaf Borchardt, International Commission for the Protection of the Rhine (DE)
President
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english, français & Deutsch

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4_philippe_goetghebeur Philippe Goetghebeur, Agence de l’eau Rhin Meuse (FR)
Assistant Director of Intervention policies. Head service « Habitats, agriculture, SAGE»
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5_ruedi_boesiger_roberto_epple Ruedi Bösiger, WWF Swiss (CH)
Manager of the Salmon Comeback Campaign, Co Author of the Book “Salmon, the comeback of a Fish” representing WWF in the ICPR
Roberto Epple, ERN France (FR)
Consultant & project manager for WWF International and European NGO’s, Founder and President of ERN (European Rivers Network), based in France
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Session 1. Migratory fish’s history in the Rhine

7_anne_schulte Anne Schulte, International Commission for the Protection of the Rhine (DE)
Executive Secretary. Member of the Implementation Committee of the UNECE Water Convention (Geneva)
 

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8_daniel_reininger Daniel Reininger, Alsace Nature (FR)
Regional President. Previously : head of the departmental service of ONEMA
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Session 2. Moderated debate – Making the return of salmon a reality

9_debat_salmonsummit 21_armin_weinbrennerArmin Weinbrenner, NASF – North Atlantic Salmon Fund (DE)
Chairman of the German section, named « WanderfischeohneGrenzen »
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13_marc_de_rooyMarc de Rooy, Ministry of Infrastructure & the Environment (NL)
Chair Expert group Fish in the International Rhine Commission. Deputy Head of Unit – Unit Water quality.
16_lukas_bammaterLukas Bamatter, BundesamtfürUmwelt BAFU (CH)
Research Assistant responsible for the rehabilitation of fish migration and various projects linked to the reintroduction of the salmon.
12_francois_tissierFrançois Tissier, EDF – Electricity from France (FR)
Director “Water Environment Development” in EDFunit of production East (hydraulic plants)
14_gerhard_bartlGerhard Bartl, Regierungspräsidium Freiburg i.Br. (DE)
Head of the fishery administration. Responsible for fishery and fish-habitats in the administrative district Freiburg.
10_jean_wenckerJean Wencker, Alsace Nature and Salmon Comeback Coalition delegate (FR)
Vice-president of Alsace Nature, member ICPR and member Rhin-Meuse basin board
11_pierre_cuminPierre Cumin, DREAL de Bassin Rhin Meuse (FR)
Assistant Director

Session 3. Climate change : effects on Atlantic salmon and anadromous fishes

17_ken_whelan Ken Whelan, Atlantic Salmon Trust (Irlande)
Research Director. In 2009 also established a fisheries and environmental consultancy. Served as President of NASCO from 2004 to 2008

Factors affecting atlantic salmon at sea
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19_jorg_lange Jörg Lange, Regiowasser (DE)

Impact and adaptation to climate change on rivers and the unconventional case of the Rhine basin

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Session 4 : Live cycle at sea

20_peter_hutchinson Peter Hutchinson, NASCO – North Atlantic Salmon Conservation Organization (England)
Secretary since 2012. Chairman of NASCO’s Standing Scientific Committee from 1992 – 2013.

Challenges and opportunities in managing salmon – the international aspects
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armin_weinbrenner Armin Weinbrenner, NASF – North Atlantic Salmon Fund (DE)
Chairman of the German section, named « WanderfischeohneGrenzen »

Solutions for sea fishing
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Session 5 : Estuary and connection sea/freshwater

ester_blom Ester Blom, WWF Netherlands (NL)
Leader Freshwater Programme. Worked for various international NGOs like the IUCN since 10 years

Haringvliet : Governement’s project for ecological continuity restoration and association’s project for habitat improvement
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Jeroen van Herk, The New Afsluitdijk LINKit consult (NL)
Landscape ecologist working on water and nature programs. Specific on large scale fish migration facilities

Fish migration river at the IJsselmeer
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24_eddy_lammens Eddy Lammens, RWS Water, VerkeerenLeefomgeving (NL)
Senior advisor, specialist (fish)ecologie. PhD in fish ecology, working 24 years for RWS as fish specialist, member ICPR, ISC

Current situation of the fisheries in coastal zones and estuaries
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25_arjan_heinen Arjan Heinen, netVISwerk, Organization of inland and small scale coastal fishers (NL)
Advisor on Fisheries management. Technical secretary. Fisheries biologist specialised in fisheries co-management and in the management of the European eel.

Bycatch of Salmon in fisheries in the estuary
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Session 6 : Bottlenecks and solutions for migratory fish in the sea and estuaries

28_salle Reflections from symposum participants and the public

Jour 2 : vendredi 2 octobre

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Introduction and overview of the first day

26_pierre_strosser Mediation :

Frank Hartmann, Regierungspräsidium Karlsruhe (DE)
Head of the fishery administration. Responsible for fishery and fish-habitats in the administrative district Karlsruhe.
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Pierre Strosser, ACTeon consultant (FR)
Head of ACTeon – Innovation, Policy, Environment. Office specialising in research and consultancy

6_ruedi_boesiger_roberto_epple Ruedi Bösiger, WWF Swiss (CH)
Manager of the Salmon Comeback Campaign, Co Author of the Book “Salmon, the comeback of ta Fish” representing WWF in the ICPR
Roberto Epple, ERN France (FR)
Consultant & project manager for WWF International and European NGO’s, Founder and President of ERN (European Rivers Network), based in France
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Session 7 : Spawning grounds and juvenile’s habitats

29_lukas_bammater Lukas Bamatter, BundesamtfürUmwelt BAFU (CH)
Research Assistant responsible for the rehabilitation of fish migration and various projects linked to the reintroduction of the salmon.

Overview of potential habitat on the Rhine and focus on habitats in Switzerland
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30_johannes_abbeg Johannes Abegg, Flussbau AG (CH)
Member of the Executive Board. Flussbau AG focus studies on flow and hydraulic engineering, flood protection, revitalization, sediment.

Sediment management plan of the Upper Rhine
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31_lacuisse_audinot Delphine Lacuisse
Engineer rivers and dams. Responsible for global studies
and Samuel Audinot
Engineer sensitive natural areas (ENS). Responsible for ENS management plan
Conseil Départemental du Haut-Rhin (FR)Poster examples of habitats restoration in the departement of «Haut-Rhin»
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Session 8 : Continuity for migratory fish – Upstream migration

32_marc_de_rooy Marc de Rooy, Ministry of Infrastructure & the Environment (NL)
Chair Expert group Fish in the International Rhine Commission. Deputy Head of Unit – Unit Water quality.

Bottlenecks for the fish migration in the Rhine
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33_alain_garnier Alain Garnier, EDF (FR)
Mission water environment developmentin EDF unit of production East (hydraulic plants)

Mobile fishway system and a french solution for Vogelgrun’s dam
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34_mathias_mende Matthias Mende, IUB Engineering AG (CH)
Technical responsible for natural waterways. Member of the project group upper Rhine in ICPR

«Innovative solution» for Vogelgrun’s dam
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35_andre_berne André Berne, Water Agency Seine Normandie (FR)
Territorial and maritime director downstream water of Seine river

Dismantling of Sélune dams : The largest European dam removal project
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Session 9 : Continuity for migratory fish – Downstream migration

37_dominique_courret Dominique Courret, Onema, – pôle ecohydraulique (FR)
expert fishway, downstream migration specialist

Good practices for facilitating downstream migration in large and small turbines
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39_armin_peter Armin Peter, Peter FishConsulting (CH)
Fish biologist, since 2015 head of the company Peter FishConsulting, Until 2014 group leader at Eawag, Kastanienbaum

Swiss study for solutions for large dams
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Session 10 : Restocking – Current and future practices

40_jorg_schneider Jörg Schneider, Büro f. fisch- und gewässerökologische Studien – BFS (DE)
Consultant, Senior scientist BFS, specialized in ecology and management of migrating fish species. Manager of salmon re-introduction programs in Hesse and Rhineland-Palatinate.

Experience in Germany, success and failure
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olivier_sommen Olivier Sommen, Petite Camargue Alsacienne (FR)
Head of the nature reserve RN Camargue Alsacienne hatchery
Breeding practices of juvenilesalmon in the Rhine, success and failure
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Session 11 : Monitoring in sea and freshwater

42_frederic_schaeffer Frederic Schaeffer, Saumon Rhin (FR)
Head of counting stations / eel programm / international relations, fish expert in ICPR group

Video monitoring on the Upper Rhine and tributaries colonization
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andre_breukelaar Andre Breukelaar,Ministry of infrastructure and environment RWS WNZ (NL)
River research and advice. Member of the ICPR Eg Fish and Wg B

Monitoring on the Rhine with the NEDAP system, fish tagging
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pascal_vonlanthen Pascal Vonlanthen, Aquabios (CH)
Since 2012 head of of the company Aquabios GmbH, and independent company working on aquatic ecology and fisheries management.

The use of genetics to evaluate Salmon reintroduction strategies
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45_frederick_whoriskey Frederick Whoriskey, Ocean Tracking Network (Canada)
Executive Director since 2010. Served on the Board of AquaNet (Canada’s National Centre of Excellence in Aquaculture), and Chaired the Board of the Huntsman Marine Science Centre. Monitoring in the sea
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Session 12 : Final Debate

46_debat_salmonsummit 47_anne_schulteAnne Schulte, International Commission for the Protection of the Rhine (DE)
Executive Secretary. Member of the Implementation Committee of the UNECE Water Convention (Geneva)
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51_lawrence_talksLawrence Talks, Environment Agency (UK)
Editor FISH
49_regis-thevenetRégis Thevenet, EDF – DPIH (Division Production & Ingénierie Hydraulique) (FR)
Engineer and PhD in environmental science. In charge of water environment in the central services of the production divisionand engineering hydraulics service of EDF
52_lawrence_talksRoberto Epple, ERN France (FR)
Consultant & project manager for WWF International and European NGO’s, Founder and President of ERN (European Rivers Network), based in France
50_samuel_grundlerSamuel Gründler, SchweizerischerFischerei-Verband (CH)
Head of projects 22_esther_blomEster Blom, WWF Netherlands (NL)
Leader Freshwater Programme. Worked for various international NGOs like the IUCN since 10 years

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Avec le soutien de :

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Ministère Suisse de l’Environnement

 

The « Salmon Come Back » campaign is launched by WWF Switzerland and coordinated internationally by ERN (European Rivers Network)

The « Salmon Come Back » campaign is launched by WWF Switzerland and coordinated internationally by ERN (European Rivers Network)
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