Publications

166

Bulletin 166

Inspection of dams following earthquake - guidelines
146

Bulletin 146

Dams and Ressetlement - Lessons learnt and recommendations
Registre des Barrages

Registre des Barrages

The WRD is the best available data basis on dams in the world and we are constantly striving to better it.
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148

Bulletin 148

Selecting seismic parameters for large dams - Guidelines (revision of Bulletin 72)
156

Bulletin 156

Integrated flood risk management
157

Bulletin 157

Small dams: Design, Surveillance and Rehabilitation
Latest Bulletins

Latest Bulletins

Bulletins' Package: 4 Latest Bulletins

- Bulletin 146

- Bulletin 148

- Bulletin 157

- Bulletin 166

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Events

ICOLD Event

International Conference and Exhibition

WATER STORAGE AND HYDROPOWER
DEVELOPMENT FOR AFRICA

Marrakech (Morocco)

14-16 March 2017

 

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ICOLD Event

3rd International Workshop on Labyrinth and Piano Key Weirs

Qui Nhon, Vietnam

22-24 February 2017

 

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85th ICOLD Annual Meeting

Prague, Czech Republic

3 - 17 July 2017

 

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26th Congress & 86th ICOLD Annual Meeting

Vienna, Austria

1-7 July 2018

 

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25th Congress of ICOLD in Stavanger (Norway) June 2015

The presentations from the Stavanger Congress are now available here.

 

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3 new bulletins : 156-152 -149 are available

ICOLD released 3 new bulletins
 

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ICOLD President answers Oxford misleading study

Yes, we need to build more large dams for water storage and energy for sustainable development!
 

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Authors of Oxford study ignore real data about Itaipu and Renaissance dams

A few weeks ago the Wall Street Journal published an article titled “Ending the Flood of Megadams: The $20 billion cost of the Itaipu Dam impaired Brazil’s finances for three decades,” hereinafter “Ending the Flood.”  The article was written by professor Flyvbjerg and doctor Ansar, both of whom are attached to the University of Oxford’s Said Business School.
 

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China: accelerating the building of hydroelectric dams

A new decision by Chinese authorities will change the conditions for hydropower development, until now in unfair competition with electricity from fossil fuels.
 

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World Press Review

You will find here a selection of articles from all over the world, put together in a single PDF file
 

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Dams protected Columbia River from negative impacts of climate change

This is a study that anti-dam organizations won’t tell you about. Because it weakens most of their critics portraying dams as powerful agents of river destruction.

That study suggests on the contrary that large dams provide “ecological and engineering resilience” to climate change in the Columbia River basin.

 

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