hydroengineering love



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  • n. hydraulic engineering


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hydro- +‎ engineering


  • These hydroengineering works represented a fallback line of defense against the sands.

    When a Billion Chinese Jump

  • And we're only supposed to post the three after it; we included the fourth, because it sounds as though it's the perfect punch line to a hilarious joke about hydroengineering.

    “It silted up”

  • The power of the hydroengineering lobby is unshaken.

    When a Billion Chinese Jump

  • Dujiangyan is one of the oldest and most remarkable hydroengineering schemes on the planet.

    When a Billion Chinese Jump

  • Just as in hydroengineering, manufacturing, railway building, and skyscraper construction, China is poised to become a major biotechnology player.

    When a Billion Chinese Jump

  • The relocation programs have spread ever wider, and their hydroengineering projects get bigger and bigger.

    When a Billion Chinese Jump

  • Dwarfing the more famous Three Gorges Dams in cost and scale, this hydroengineering colossal is China's solution to a predicted water-parched future, one that surely would derail the most dynamic economy in the world if it came to pass.

    Archive 2007-10-01

  • For something that's a bit more rigidly curated, you can host an international symposium showcasing the latest hydroengineering research by leaders in the field.

    The Army Corps of Engineers: The Game

  • For a Chicago-based blog with an extraordinarily abnormal interest in hydrology, hydroengineering and hydropolitics, this is downright criminally negligent.

    Archive 2007-05-01

  • Early this year Roy toured the valley and wrote "The Greater Common Good," a scathing indictment of Sardar Sarovar and of India's overall hydroengineering record.

    Awash In A River Of Rage


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