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Scope/Content: Abstract: Presentation given by Laura Wildman at Western New England College School of Law, in Massachusetts. Key note talk on Dam removal and the implications of that (i.e. Contaminants). aging, safety, liability, sediments, contaminants, decision points, balancing issues, impacts of dams, impacts of removal, benefits of removal. Outline: Dams and their Impacts; Why Do We Remove Dams?; Issues to Consider; Dam Removal Projects.
Ecology and river restoration Economics Safety and liability Sediment and channel dynamics Dams Dam retirement