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Crispin Angood, Senior Project Manager at Dulas, gives an insight into...
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Hydropower’s inherent risk factors Thomas Dietler, Martin Wieland and Martin Fuchs from Poyry give an insight into the natural hazard considerations in hydro power development.
Meeting dam safety standards Colorado’s century-old Beaver Park Dam is rehabilitated to meet dam safety standards. By Douglas Yadon, John Clark and Matthew Gavin
A matter of perception Public perception is often believed to be linked to the hydropower industry’s licence to operate so, ultimately, it affects us all. But what factors can help shape the public’s...
Seismic considerations New ICOLD Bulletins are now available from the Committee on Seismic Aspects of Dam Design.
The tunnel tigers SSE unveils a new visitor centre which will tell the story of its hydro heritage in Scotland.
Acrobatic Ibex: the story of a dam climbing goat Alice Brambilla works at the Alpine Wildlife Research Centre in Gran Paradiso National Park in Italy. Here she tells the fascinating tale of the Alpine Ibex.
A large undertaking IWP&DC provides an update on construction work being carried out or recently completed at selected large dam projects across the globe
Improvements planned for Spey Dam Stephen Macintyre, Senior Environment Protection Officer at the Scottish Environment Protection Agency, gives more details about how plans are underway to improve fish passage at Spey dam.
Shining icons of progress Since its foundation in 1923, the Turkish Republic has built more than 800 dams across its territory to regulate floods, provide water and produce electricity. Built on the...
Could dams replace melting European glaciers? Water management in reservoirs could substantially mitigate future summer water shortages which are anticipated as a consequence of ongoing glacier retreat. A recent study by Swiss...
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