- Author:R.M. AND PIERRE GLAUDE. BAXTER
- Publisher:Department of Fisheries and Oceans,, Ottawa:; First Edition edition (1980)
- Pages:34 pages
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Dams and reservoirs contribute greatly to human prosperity and well-being but they have other effects which are deleterious to. .amp; Glaude, . 1980. Environmental effects of dams and impoundments in Canada: experience and prospects.
Dams and reservoirs contribute greatly to human prosperity and well-being but they have other effects which are deleterious to the environment and to human welfare.
Environmental effects of dams. September 1981 · Limnology and Oceanography. Conference Paper · September 2007 with 7 Reads. How we measure 'reads'. Also considers the reasons why they are constructed, the trade-off between flood control, hydroelectricity generation, and irrigation, and the problem of salinization.
Environmental effects of dams and impoundments in Canada: experience and prospects. Effects of a low-head dam and water abstractions on migratory tropical stream biota. Ecological Applications 9: 656-668. Fairgrieve, P. Swanson, and .
Environmental effects of dams and impoundments in Canada: Experience and prospects. Rod M. Baxter, Ph. Glaude.
and P. Glaude, 1980 Environmental effects of dams and impoundments in Canada: Experience and prospects. 1973 The biological consequences of discharge above and below Kariba dam. Proc. Large Dams, 11:421–30. Benassai, . A. Ragone and . Sciortino, 1983 Wave attenuation due to a modular porous breakwater. New York, American Society of Civil Engineers, pp. 222–34. 1980 Introduction to the freshwater fishes of Tanzania.
Effects of Habitat Fragmentation on Biodiversity. Lenore Fahrig Vol. 34, 2003. Ecological and Evolutionary Responses to Recent Climate Change. Camille Parmesan Vol. 37, 2006. by R. M. Baxter, P. Glaude (p. 998). Tolerance of anoxia and the regulation of glycolysis in tree roots. Pages 387–401 in Tree Physiology and Yield (Eds . Migration behaviour and distribution profiles of a bifunctional additive in two polymer matrices. Guido Haesen, Bertrand Le Goff, Ph. Glaude, R. Depaus. Abstract A bifunctional additive (an antioxidant with an electron acceptor group) has been incorporated into two polymer matrices and the migration tendency has been studied under various conditions. 124 KINDS OF ECOLOGICAL KNOWLEDGE AND THEIR APPLICATIONS during, and after impoundment and Churchill River diversion. Sci. 205. Beanlands, G. and P. N. Duinker. Hecky, R. R. W. Newbury, R. Bodaly, K. Patalas, and D. Rosenberg.