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ENVIRONMENTAL FLUID MECHANICS

 ENVIRONMENTAL FLUID MECHANICS


ENVIRONMENTAL FLUID  MECHANICS




Dams are planned, constructed and operated to meet human needs - generation of energy, irrigated agricultural production, flood control, public and industrial supply, supply of drinking water, and various other purposes.

Dams impound water in reservoirs during times of high flood that can be used for human requirements during times with inadequate natural flows. Positive impacts of dams are improved flood control, improved welfare resulting from new access to irrigation and drinking water.

Without dams there would be insufficient food to feed the world’s people and energy would be generated by burning fossil fuels that produce greenhouse gases. Despite this progress there remain significant concerns about the environmental impacts of
dams.


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