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July 26, 2009


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I agree. Much of India's current water problems as regards river discharge are management problems - over extraction, allocation deals not having anticipated population growth and local politics. But climate change will likely play a role in the future especially for the Himalayan rivers if glaciers continue to shrink as predicted. so that would mean all water budgets and projections of hydroelectricity need to be re-calculated. Unfortunately this new data and water budgets are not being taken into account in the haste to build these dams. that really calls into question the viability of these new dams.

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