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1000 dams down and countingAuthor(s): J. E. O'Connor; J. J. Duda; G. E. Grant
Source: Science.348(6234): 496-497.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Pacific Northwest Research Station
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DescriptionDam removal is reconnecting rivers, and lessons learned will help water-resource and river management, particularly as removals expand globally and choices become more challenging.
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CitationO'Connor, J. E.; Duda, J. J.; Grant, G. E. 2015. 1000 dams down and counting. Science. 348(6234): 496-497.
Keywordsdam removal, stream restoration, stream ecology, sedimentation, watershed management
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