Our partners are Institutions who signed Memorandum of Understanding or work jointly on the research projects.
The Stanisław Sakowicz Inland Fisheries Institute in Olsztyn, Poland
The Ecuadorian Museum of Natural Sciences, Quito – Ecuador
University of Nebraska Lincoln, School of Natural Resources http://snrs.unl.edu/
Certified MesoHABSIM users
Course facilitators are individuals who helped us to organize the courses at various locations of the globe. They effort is highly appreciated.
Msc. Paúl Tufiño M., Simbioe, Ecuador
Ecuadorian biologist. In 2003 Paul planted the seed for the conservation of the Harpy Eagle in Ecuador, as well as for others projects, summarized in international publications. Since 2008 his focus is in the ecology and
biology of freshwater fishes using methods like electrofishing. In
collaboration with local taxonomists he is preparing a book about fishes from the South of Ecuador.
Corry Beetles, Hemera, Canada
Kolt Johnson, Napier council of Governments, New Zealand
Prof. Diego Garcia de Jalon, Madrid Politechnic, Spain
Professor in the Forestry Departament of the Universidad Politécnica de Madrid on Zoology and Entomology and gives post-graduate courses on Fluvial Ecology, River Restoration and Freshwater Fisheries Management. He has expertise in the areas of running waters ecology, effects of dams, flow regulation and channelization, biological indicators of water integrity, fisheries management and river restoration techniques. His expertise include the use of stream habitat simulation models ( CAUDAL, RHABSIM, RYHABSIM, RIVER-2D) in more than 35 spanish rivers. He has published more than 100 scientific articles and seven books dealing with these topics.
Associates of Rushing Rivers Institute are scientists who:
- Offer their credentials and expertise in support of the mission of Rushing Rivers Institute
- Are interested to collaborate with RRI and other associates on various research projects
- Would like RRI to share the information about their expertise and research projects with the end-users
Become an Associate