Dam Safety

Dams plays a vital role in different countries overall infrastructure. Dam infrastructure can be affected by natural hazards, man-made threats, as well as an imbalance between resources invested and a dam’s age. In several regions ageing infrastructure increases the particular risks of dam breaks and cascading events.

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