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Scope/Content: Abstract: The H. John Heinz III Center for Science, Economics and the Environment Established in December 1995 in honor of Senator John Heinz, The Heinz Center is a nonprofit institution dedicated to improving the scientific and economic foundation for environmental policy through multisectoral collaboration. Focusing on issues that are likely to confront policymakers within two to five years, the Center creates and fosters collaboration among industry, environmental organizations, academia, and government in each of its program areas and projects. The membership of the Center's Board of Trustees, its steering committees, and all its committees and working groups reflects its guiding philosophy: that all relevant parties must be involved if the complex issues surrounding environmental policymaking are to be resolved. The Center's mission is to identify emerging environmental issues, conduct related scientific research and economic analyses, and create and disseminate nonpartisan policy options for solving environmental problems. About Dam Removal Research: Status and Prospects The Dam Removal Research Workshop was sponsored by the Federal Emergency Management Agency and The Heinz Center. These proceedings do not necessarily reflect the policies or views of the sponsors or of the organizations that employ the steering committee or authors.
Ecology and river restoration Economics Fisheries and fish passage Legal and policy Pre- and post-project monitoring Sediment and channel dynamics Dams Dam retirement