Scholar Biography

Scholar Biography

Bas Buddendorf

Multiscale Modelling to Assess Impacts on Flows and Ecology in Regulated Rivers

Study dates: 01/10/2014 - 30/09/2018

Bas did his undergrad in Biology at Wageningen UR in the Netherlands. After Bas achieved his BSc degree he stayed in Wageningen for his MSc degree in Biology with a specialisation in Conservation and Systems Ecology. For his Master thesis Bas studied the role of connectivity in determining the resilience and stability of complex spatial networks and did an internship at the University of Reading, where he worked with individual based models that described the growth and behaviour of cockles in the Bury Inlet (South Wales). The six months prior to the start of his PhD Bas worked as an ecological modeller, performing risk assessment for small mammals at Syngenta in Bracknell.

To view Bas's latest knowledge exchange outputs please click on relevant links below:

  • Understanding the Effects of Environmental Variability on the Run Timing of Juvenile Atlantic Salmon (Salmo salar L.) Migrating from Upland Tributaries (Poster)
  • Effects of River Regulation on Atlantic Salmon Populations in Scottish Rivers (Poster)
  • Understanding the Effects of Environmental Variability on the Run Timing of Juvenile Atlantic Salmon (Salmo salar L.) Migrating from Upland Tributaries (Abstract)
  • Hydraulic Modelling of the Spatial and Temporal Variability in Atlantic Salmon Parr Habitat Availability in an Upland Stream (Journal Article)
  • Spatio-Temporal Effects of River Regulation on Habitat Quality for Atlantic Salmon Fry (Paper)
  • Linking River Ecology, Hydrology, and Geomorphology for Integrated River Management (Co-Organized) (Abstract)
  • Spatio-Temporal Effects of River Regulation on Habitat Suitability for Juvenile Atlantic Salmon: Implications for Ecosystem Functioning (Abstract)
  • Metrics to Assess How Longitudinal Channel Network Connectivity and In-Stream Atlantic Salmon Habitats Are Impacted by Hydropower Regulation (Journal Article)
  • Effects of river regulation on Atlantic salmon populations in Scottish rivers (Poster)
  • Identifying Potential Impacats of Hydropower Regulation on Salmonid Habitats in Scottish Rivers Using Connectivity Metrics (Abstract)
  • Multiscale Modelling to Assess the Impact of Regulated Rivers in Scotland on the Ecology of Atlantic Salmon (Salmo salar L.) (Poster)
  • Assessing Potential Impacts of Hydropower Regulation On Salmonid Habitats Using Connectivity Metrics (Poster)
  • Identifying Impacts of Hydropower Regulation on Salmonid Habitats to Guide River Restoration for Existing Schemes and Mitigate Adverse Effects of Future Developments (Abstract)