Training on Electrofishing

February 4, 2021


Electrofishing is an effective and productive field method for documenting fish species in shallow, slow flowing water when implemented properly. Adequate training and safety measures are important in order to operate the electro-fisher safely and efficiently. This webinar will discuss the advantages and disadvantages of electrofishing, particularly in the Nepal context and in Himalayan rivers, and will detail the operation and use of the equipment in the field.


About the Presenters:

Mr. William (Bill) Beaumont

Electric Fishing Technical Services Ltd.
United Kingdom


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