The vegetation returns to this Elwha river valley in Washington after the two dams from the Olympic National Park have been eliminated. Wetlands act as a shock absorption against the increase in the sea in began to disassemble Elwha and Glines dams on the Elwha River in the northwest of Washington state at that time, that was the project. The biggest to move the story in the story in the United States in the United States. And the two obstacles take nearly three years to be dismantled and the river flowed for nearly a century of their free time in their lives in .
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The two dams had obtained more than 24 million cubic meters of sediment, enough to be enough to Filled eight times the Seattle Seattle football stadium and since the withdrawal, Elwha has continued and distributed the trapped sediments, so that the river ecosystem was rebuilt and massively transported a quantity. Solds, sand and gravel on the coast, so an ecosystem is transported by wetlands for a long wetland, time sediments "we have seen a great expansion of the The coastal reliefs, ”said Jonathan Warrick, a geologist in the geological researcher researching in the research on service, the consequences of the damage to the dam and the complex of the flooded soil complex Newly developed behind the beach. The life expectancy of rivers, streams and wetlands is preserved, while global heating often melted glaciers and icebergs and accelerates the increase in the rhythm of sea levels, houses Science said that the lack of serious sediments that they were transferred from the river, mainly Attrame: the coast will increase a resource and we need to monitor the increase in sea level. The river is trapped behind the world 57,000 large prey and countless small, which is a team that will be caught up in the river and on the beach. And again, they are available in rivers and liquids to reduce flooded soil losses. "The sediments allow the coast to adapt, adapt and keep themselves, while sea level is changing." Robin Grosserger explained, a main scientist of Setucta San Francisco Institute, who worked with agencies and groups of nature conservation, for nature conservation groups, for this measure to enhance wetlands in the bay.
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San Francisco de San Francisco from 50,000 to 100,000. To develop and adjust these systems, we accept them that scientists for decades "But a network developed by Diike, valve and drainage canal created a situation in which a large part of Mississippi 2,000 km2 and 20% of its wetlands planned to build sediment reduction projects. Since the 1930s, it has been planned to improve the natural circulation of floods so that sediments and sediments and sediments and sediments and freshwater sediments can be rebuilt and maintain moisture areas. Louisiana's coastal coast and wet areas of essential sediments are currently in front of ecological studies and ecological research areas and need them to develop strongly. More than in recent decades, from development, agriculture, aquaculture and human activities of Utres are about two wetlands in the world in about 90 wetlands of San Fra Bay. NCISCO RT or seriously damaged.
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Sediments, and effectively economic to provide them, urgently related to. Wetlands, including swamps, sea, beds, river mixture and mangroves, eco -ecosystems and notable production and providing living environment and nurses to nest for fish and birds of ministries Other wild fate information of the US Environmental Protection Agency, one -third of the species that are endangered and dangerous in the United States only live in wetlands and half of them spend one one. Their lives in a wetlands and wetlands also have the largest number. Carbon carbon has saved the floor of all ecosystem studies also show that the sediments have gathered behind the world dams, so the solutions have been removed to transport more sediments caught in downstream. Save in removing rivers, hundreds of small dams and some of them. In recent New Testament years.
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Funds to restore the sedimentary flow of the dam in the pipeline or the stable structure of the screen can enter the river and lower the source "is a sensitive issue," Warrick said. The amount of sediments when sediment, the natural cycle and the dam that each dam is different, some are used to control the flood " instead of considering that sediments are waste, a planer speaking .