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Nutritional Needs of Aquatic and marine life from spring runoffs is often deposited behind dams and reserviors

Dams trap silica, fundamental nutrition of fisheries and aquatic species

Dams contribute excessive evaporation, heat, and humidity, and the water vapor they produce amplifies the Green House effect

Often large dams flood hundreds of square miles of over important carbon sinks like forests, grasslands, peat bogs, and permafrost. Decaying organic matter under water routinely emits large quantites of CO2 and methane.

Large dams destroy their rivers and all the riverine ecological species

Large dams displace centuries old ecological populations of flora and fauna as well as First Nation indiginous populations.

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