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A big part of the development of the Ecohydraulics community is going to happen through educational activities. This will come in the form of university courses, workshops, training activities, and other events.  This web page will grow to host information about these different activities.

Educational Programs

Over time we want to have listing of universities with dedicated eochydrualics educational programs. Please email Greg if you have such a program and provide a link to information, so he can add it to this web page.


Educational Resources

Over time, we want to make available as many teaching and learning resources specific to ecohydraulics as possible. if you have resources you can share for us to host here, email Greg.

For now, here are some links to academically adjacent resources.


Hydrology Teaching Resources


Ecology Teaching Resources

Past Educational Events


Short Course Announcement:
Fish habitat modeling: MesoHABSIM tool and CFD based fish habitat models. Theory and hands-on.

Technical University of Munich, in collaboration with the Rushing Rivers Institute, USA and S. Sakowicz Inland Fisheries Institute in Poland, are pleased to announce a short course in the MesoHABSIM aquatic habitat modeling approach and its accompanying software.

Dates: 1-5 July 2019

Lecturers: Piotr Parasiewicz and Peter Rutschmann

This course will feature numerical CFD based fish habitat modelling and the MesoHABSIM technique, a comprehensive planning tool used for river scale, quantitative planning and evaluation of river restoration measures and environmental flows determination.


Amber & FIThydro Event
Smart Ways To Improve River Connectivity

Zoom | Monday, 29th June 2020 | 10:00 – 13:40 ECT

On the 29th of June, you are invited to tune in to our 3-hour webinar that will take place from the comfort of your own home; the event is free and you only need to register online to attend.

We are reaching out to remind you to register for this event. With over 800 confirmed attendees to date, don’t miss this opportunity as the AMBER project unveils Europe’s first map of river barriers and what that means for the state of our rivers.

This webinar will include presentations from both the AMBER and FIThydro projects with 12 speakers from around Europe who will discuss river fragmentation and better ways to manage and mitigate barrier impacts. The programme is structured around facilitated discussions on three pressing topics: 1) the need to reconnect rivers; 2) the innovations, the tools and solutions available for better barrier management and 3) the applications, a framework for reconnecting Europe’s rivers.