March 16, 2010 - David Freyberg, Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Stanford, discusses his involvement in the Woods Freshwater Initiative with his ongoing research on the increasingly common practice of dam removal in the United States, along with a detailed long-term case study on the Searsville Dam in Palo Alto highlighting many of the hydrological challenges involved in making an effective dam removal decision.
Woods Institute for the Environment
Stanford University Channel on YouTube
Tagged under: water,environment,research,Stanford,global,resources,dam,river,hydrology,removal,sediment
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