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Hydropower in the Pan Amazon: Belo Monte and the Río Xingu

In spite of its design to minimize upstream impacts, the dam has drastically curtailed the extent, duration and timing of annual floods in the seasonally inundated forests below the dam.

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Lawsuit asserting the ‘rights of salmon’ ends in a settlement that benefits the fish

In an accord with an Indian tribe, the city of Seattle agrees to create passageways so salmon can swim upriver past three hydroelectric dams.