Environmental Intelligence for Managing Dams and their Catchments

Mark Mulligan*, Arnout Van Soesbergen, Lucy Everitt

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Dams continue to be constructed worldwide in support of socioeconomic development. Despite providing wide-ranging benefits such as dry-season water for agriculture, industry and household use, and—in the case of hydropower dams—renewable energy, instream infrastructure like dams can negatively affect land and water ecosystems, as well as their dependent populations. Although social and environmental concerns associated with dams are widely acknowledged, research has been limited by a lack of consistent data and assessment tools, especially at transboundary and global scales.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationLondon
PublisherKing's College London
Publication statusPublished - 2022


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