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Casting a global net
08 October, 1999
The World Commission on Dams reflects on its public consultation on Latin America

Growing old gracefully
08 October, 1999
The integrity of concrete dams not only depends on a good design but on the quality of concrete used for construction. Tim Dolen from the US Bureau of Reclamation gives a US perspective on ageing concrete

Science and dam removal: filling the knowledge gaps
10 September, 1999
Does dam removal really improve the overall health of a river? Emily H Stanley* reports on a research project which aims to gather evidenceto answer this question

How green is your hydro?
10 September, 1999
Marshall Kaiser* describes how Safe Harbor Water Power took a scientific approach to environmental certification

Commission looks to Tucurui
09 July, 1999
The World Commission on Dams has announced both a case study and a regional consultation to be held in Latin America

The new political activists
10 June, 1999
In its attempt to reform the hydroelectric relicensing process, the US industry is taking its battle directly to the politicians. At the National Hydropower Association’s annual conference, it became clear that political activism is yielding positive results. Suzanne Moxon reports

Hydro for sale
10 June, 1999
Generation assets are changing hands in the US as utilities opt out — or are forced out — of the market. To keep readers up-to-date, here is a summary of hydro generation facilities whose ownership has changed

Preparing for Waterpower ‘99
10 June, 1999
The US and global water power industries will meet in Las Vegas on 6-9 July at Waterpower, the US industry’s longest-running show

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

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