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News and Event on River Restoration

River Restoration mini-forum at Feng-Chia Univ. Taichung, TAIWAN (26 June 2007)

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On the 26th June 2007, the "Mini-forum on International Experience Sharing on the Applications of River Restoration Techniques" (hosted by the Disaster Prevention Research Centre, Feng Chia University) was held at Feng Chia University in Taichung, Taiwan, where engineers from Taiwan, Korea (Dr. Woo, KICT) and Japan reported the recent status of river restoration in their countries. On this occasion, ARRN secretariat presented a speech titled "Establishing an International Network on River Restoration" and conducted PR activities.

By ARRN-Secretariat | Date: 2007.06.26 14: | Comment(1) | Trackback(0)


It would be nice if we had any measurements, but the only figeurs are Waterways Ireland's accounts, which show that users pay a tiny proportion of the costs of running the waterways. In the context of the Ulster Canal, though, the question is whether the marginal benefit of a canal to Clones, added to the existing hundreds of miles of waterways, exceeds the marginal cost of its construction. Such studies as have been done suggest that it does not. bjg

by Tanvir | Date: 2012.08.17 18: