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Design By Dredge
Editor, The Dirt
Sediment is dynamic and dramatically differs from place to place. Studying the natural flow of sediment in rivers and deltas, we can begin to understand how the movement of sediment can be "choreographed" to achieve ecological goals
Coalition of the Willing: Cleaning up a Dam[n] Mess
Senior Writer, UCLA Institute of Environment and Sustainabilit...
Scientists believe steelhead are more likely to survive climate change without the dam. Creek water temperatures will increase along with air temperature, possibly exceeding the steelhead's tolerance range.
Life-Giving Deltas Starved by Dams
Senior Advisor, International Rivers
Our deltas are literally sinking, shrinking and in grave a peril, and some may not survive in the coming years. This will impact millions of people, major food producing regions as well as valuable ecosystems.
San Clemente Dam Is Damned -- Restoring River Benefits Both People and Nature
The Nature Conservancy in California
Protecting nature. Preserving life.
There was a time when the Carmel River was known as one of the most vital steelhead trout runs in California. But since the San Clemente Dam was built on the river in 1921, the river has rapidly eroded.
Trapped Dam Sediment A Ticking Time Bomb For Chesapeake
Contaminated Soil in New Orleans: New Research Finds Arsenic is from Katrina Flood
Senior Scientist, NRDC
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