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Predicting fish populations response to dams 16 September, 2015 A new US model can predict fish population response to dams. Researchers...

Sediment removal in South America 08 October, 2014 Sediment removal is an important aspect of many South American hydropower...

Large dams vs large otters 08 October, 2014 Researchers have been studying the effects of dam construction on the...

Sound effects: the impact of marine renewables 27 June, 2014 A European study is investigating the environmental impacts of...

Natural dam design to protect against rising sea levels 07 May, 2014 A Hungarian team has unveiled a new concept to reduce the impact of...

Floods and the possible effect of climatic change: how much do we understand? 06 March, 2014 The recent floods experienced in the UK have called into question...

Rethinking how the UK deals with floods 20 February, 2014 Sue Tapsell, Head of the Flood Hazard Research Centre at Middlesex...

Flood management: preparing for the storm 14 February, 2014 Andy McCombe from The Emergency Society gives more details about the...

Floods on the Somerset Levels: a sad tale of ignorance and neglect 06 February, 2014 Research and consultant hydrologist, Dr Colin Clark quantifies a...

On site with Portadam 13 December, 2013 Portadam is a versatile temporary dam solution that can be used for...

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