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Optimization at the infrastructure-connectivity nexus: boosting cost-efficiency of restoration using dam condition data for Lake Michigan
Aging infrastructure is creating a pressing national need to align priorities between civil engineering and other interests. Restoring ecological connectivity of river networks that are fragmented by dams and road crossings has become a prominent objective for environmental managers across the country. A mature decision-support framework and newly available data on the condition of dams throughout the Lake Michigan basin offer unique opportunities to test for potential cost-efficiency gains from sharing the costs of removing decrepit dams between environmental and engineering organizations. At sites where these interests align, genuine win-win scenarios could advance both ecological connectivity and infrastructure...
FUTURE WATER SUPPLY NEEDS IN THE UPPER DUCK RIVER BASIN; BEDFORD, COFFEE, MARSHALL, MAURY, AND WILLIAMSON COUNTIES, TENNESSEE.
Large-scale dam removal on the Elwha River, Washington, USA: River channel and floodplain geomorphic change
A substantial increase in fluvial sediment supply relative to transport capacity causes complex, large-magnitude changes in river and floodplain morphology downstream. Although sedimentary and geomorphic responses to sediment pulses are a fundamental part of landscape evolution, few opportunities exist to quantify those processes over field scales. We investigated the downstream effects of sediment released during the largest dam removal in history, on the Elwha River, Washington, USA, by measuring changes in riverbed elevation and topography, bed sediment grain size, and channel planform as two dams were removed in stages over two years. As 10.5 million t (7.1 million m3) of sediment was released from two former...
FLAT CANYON COAL LEASE TRACT, FERRON-PRICE RANGER DISTRICT, MANTI-LA SAL NATIONAL FOREST, EMERY AND SANPETE COUNTIES UTAH.
IMPLEMENTATION AGREEMENT, INADVERTENT OVERRUN AND PAYBACK POLICY, AND RELATED ACTIONS, LOWER COLORADO RIVER AND THE STATES OF ARIZONA, CALIFORNIA, AND NEVADA.
Hanford Reach of the Columbia River: A refuge for fish and riverine wildlife and plants in eastern Washington
Province-wide SDE spatial view displaying dam locations. The public view displays a subset of the attribute data