Accelerating the recovery of the European Eel
Science-led conservation of the European eel underpins all of SEG’s workto support the Eel Regulation EC 1100/2007 for the ‘protection and sustainable use of the stock of European eel’. Our work to conserve the European eel includes: (1) Raising public awareness on the need to safeguard and restore habitats for eel, (2) Developing and running the SEG Standard ensuring responsibility and traceability from source to market, (3) Facilitation and management of projects aiming to improve eel populations, (4) Advising politics, conservation and trade authorities in order to gain global protection and future sustainable use of the species.
Downstream migration of European eel at three German hydropower stations
Shining a light on the loss of rheophilic fish habitat in lowland rivers as a forgotten consequence of barriers, and its implications for management
A review of glass eel migratory behaviour, sampling techniques and abundance estimates in estuaries: implications for assessing recruitment, local production and exploitation
The development of stocked eels (Anguilla anguilla) in previously eel-free Austrian Alpine lakes
Accelerating the Recovery of the European Eel