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Year: 2008
In 2006, the Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative commissioned a review of the known factors affecting native bull and westslope cutthroat trout in the upper reaches of the Bow River
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Year: 2007
Hydropower generation within the Sierra Nevada, California involving more than 115 powerhouses, 421 jurisdictional dams, and 2,561 diversion dams (UCD Watershed Center FERC Database), creates the most significant bioregional impact on the health of Sierran aquatic ecosystems
Year: 2004
Payments for environmental services (PES) is a topic of increasing interest in Ecuador, particularly as a way to leverage funding for environmental protection
Year: 2004
Watersheds in Asia, particularly in Nepal, are characterized by diverse biophysical settings and socioeconomic situations
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Year: 2003
This paper analyses the social effects of the Payment for Environmental Services (PES) scheme within the Virilla watershed in Costa Rica
Year: 2002
Water is one of the most critical resource and constraint in the semi-arid tropics (SAT)
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Year: 1999
“The challenge in watershed planning and management is how best to address the complexity of a continually changing state of confusion, conflict, and, on occasion, even chaos, with respect to the use of water and related land resources”
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Year: 1996
The New York City water-supply system is one of the largest surface-storage and supply complexes in the world, consisting of over 1,900 square miles, or 1,216,000 acres, covering parts of eight counties north and northwest of the City
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