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In safe hands - a profile of the ASDSO
10 May, 2005
The US Association of State Dam Safety Officials (ASDSO) has been contributing to the safe running of dams in the US for over 20 years, and its work is still progressing today, writes Lori C Spragens and Sarah Mayfield

Dam Safety 2002 attracts over 600 attendees
25 November, 2002
The Association of State Dam Safety Officials held its nineteenth annual conference and exhibit show from 8-11 September 2002 at the Saddlebrook Resort, near Tampa, Florida. Approximately 620 state and federal regulators, engineering consultants, manufacturers and suppliers, academicians, dam owners and operators, students and others attended the conference, hosted by the Florida Department of Environmental Protection.

Investing in Iceland
04 October, 2002
Simon Jones reports on the issues surrounding the Karahnjukar hydro plant in eastern Iceland, as construction work begins on the controversial 630MW project

Tackling Tarbela's problems
04 July, 2002

Concrete evidence
04 May, 2002
Engineers in the US have been using RCC in dams and dam rehabilitation for 22 years, but innovative uses for the material are still being found.

Sustainability targets set for UK business
04 May, 2002

High society
02 March, 2002
Many changes have taken place in the British Dam Society over the past year, as Carrieann Davies discovered when she talked to current chairman Andy Hughes

The insurance job
17 September, 2001
Carrieann Davies investigates why dam insurance is an important issue, and takes a look at what insurance options are available for dam owners

Caught in a crisis
15 June, 2001
With the UK in the grip of Foot and Mouth disease, Carrieann Davies investigates how the outbreak has affected the country’s hydro industry

Land of many rivers
16 March, 2001
There is great potential for developing hydro power in Guyana, but in the past development has been hindered by high investment costs and access to the main load centres. Today, a new legislature and an institutional transformation of the energy sector, is set to attract private investors and rekindle interest in hydro development

Final curtain for the World Commission on Dams
05 December, 2000
Report from the offical launch of the World Commission on Dams' final report. London, UK, 16 November 2000

Companies involved
01 January, 2000

Business affairs
10 September, 1999

A step in the right direction
12 January, 1999
Even after the introduction of the alternative licensing process in the US, many of the problems related to relicensing hydro power plants remain unsolved. Suzanne Moxon explains why the hydro industry has united in an effort to implement legislative reform

A matter of co-operation
11 December, 1998
A co-operative approach to dam safety is imperative in order to avoid dam failures. E C Kalkani* explains why

It’s all instrumental
10 March, 1998
Soil Instruments has installed monitoring equipment at the Al Wahda dam in Morocco. Suzanne Moxon spoke to Chris Spalton about the work the company carried out.



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