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<p>The purpose of this Manual is to:<br />1. guide the assessment of the consequence category of all structures constructed as part of<br />activities that require an EA or development approval<br />2. guide the determination of the structures that require ...
Reference: ESR/2016/1933 • Version 5.00 • Effective: 29 MAR 16
 
<p>Dams play a vital role in our lives. They meet demand for drinking, irrigation and industrial water supply; they control floods, increase dry-weather flows in rivers and creeks and give opportunities for various recreational activities. But besides being ...
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<p>Seqwater owns and operates 25 referable dams in South East Queensland. These dams fulfil an important role within the community providing water for urban, industrial and irrigation use as well as providing for hydroelectric power generation, flood mitigation ...
Reference: SQWQ.001.003.0151
 
<p>Surface erosion, sediment transport, scour, and deposition have been the subjects of study by engineers and geologists for centuries, due to their importance to economic and cultural development. Most ancient civilizations existed along rivers in order ...
Reference: U.S. Department of the Interior Bureau of Reclamation Technical Service Center Sedimentation and River Hydraulics Group Denver, Colorado
<p>Through a period of years, we met with Robie Lange, Don Pisani, and the team of authors to review drafts and discuss progress. The objectives of the study were twofold: a history of federal dam development, concentrating on key projects and river systems, ...
Reference: U.S. Department of the Interior Bureau of Reclamation Denver Colorado 2005
 
<p>Currently, there are an estimated 300 referable dams in Queensland. These dams fulfil an important role in our society including water supply, hydroelectric power generation, process water management, flood control, sediment and water control and recreation. ...
Reference: The State of Queensland (Department of Natural Resources and Mines) 2002
 
This manual was developed to assist and encourage the many owners of small dams in Connecticut to inspect and maintain their dams on a regular basis. It is intended to be a useful guide for owners to refer to while performing these activities. By inspecting ...
Reference: Connecticut Department of Environmental Protection, Arthur J. Rocque, Jr. Commissioner
 
<p>Guidelines for Maintenance and Inspection of Dams was prepared to help you maintain and inspect your dam on a regular shedule to detect problems and prevent a failure of the dam.</p> <p>Experience in Kentucky and other states shows that when dams are not ...
Reference: Kentacky natural resources and environmental protection cabinet division of water, July, 1985