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The influence of hydropower dams on river connectivity in the Andes Amazon

(American Association for the Advancement of Science) Hydropower dams in the Andes Amazon significantly disturb river connectivity in this region, and consequently, the many natural and human systems these rivers support, according a new study. The results challenge previous research that collectively underestimates these dams' effects, the authors say. Given the importance of the Andes Am
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