Policy changes in dam construction and biodiversity conservation in the Yangtze River Basin, China
Damming rivers addresses a range of society's needs, but at the cost of fragmentation and other negative effects on freshwater ecosystems. This article examines hydropower development and fish conservation in the Upper Yangtze River Basin to explore strategies for managing dams more sustainably at the basin scale. We highlight the need to limit the effects of hydropower dams on freshwater biodiversity, and that protecting fish in reserves could be one of the most effective approaches to...[Show more]
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