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photos of the "month"

 

Loire (France) near Vienne Confluence (close to Tours)
Copyright SOS LOIRE VIVANTE / R.Epple


Tagliamento (N-E Italy)
Copyright Roberto Epple ERN


Vefsna, Norway
Copyright: WWF Norway

Lot, Tributary of the Dordogne River, upstream Espalion / South West France Copyright Roberto Epple ERN

Tong River (North Corea)
Copyright Roberto Epple ERN

Upper Loire River,
upstream Le Puy, Southern France
Copyright Timmy Epple SOS Loire vivante

Upper Loire River, Summer
upstream Le Puy, Southern France

Copyright Roberto Epple ERN

Jordan River (Middle Coarse, Israel/Jordany/Palestina)
Copyright Roberto Epple ERN

Limmat River, Zürrich, Switzerland
Copyright Roberto Epple / ERN

Herault River, France
Copyright Roberto Epple / ERN

Big Jump Portugal, River
Alieva, July 17, 2005
Copyright BIG Jump Portugal

Inondations, Meiringen Switzerland, 2005 Copyright Swiss Army (Flugwaffe)
Swiss Federal Office for Water and Geology (FOWG)

Unknown River in Nosi Be (Madagascar) dry season,2005 Copyright Roberto Epple ERN

Galliego River (Ebro River Basin) Spain,
Copyright Roberto Epple ERN

Songhua River, China,
Pollution Nov. 2005
Copyright Reuters
)  
Hudson River (Estuaire) :
bientôt y nager et pêcher ?
Copyright Roberto Epple - ERN


Spring and wetland in North Madagascar
(Preserving wetlands - fighting poverty.. Copyright Roberto Epple


Danube flood April 2006 Bratislava
Copyright:
http://melsyr00.blogspot.com
/2006/04/danube-flood.html

Turkey: Hasankeyf Sehir, endangered by the Ilisu Dam project)
Copyright : Stefan Michel / ERN

China :Yangtze River (Wushan)
Copyright : IRN

China : 3Gorges Dam under construction
Copyright : IRN

Iguasu Falls,Argentina / Bresil
Copyright Mike Brennan

Zipingpu barrage en Chine endommagé par le tremblement de terre, (IR)

Rizzanese River in Corsica in danger
(informations on the fight)


Copyright NASF

Iceland : Thorsa River saved
Water falls that was due to be dammed

Barrage de Vézins, Copyright J.P. Doron

France decide to dismantel two dams on the Selune River in the Normandie.
One of them will be the highest dam ever dismanteld. 36 m / 278m
(Press release Friends of the Selune, NGO, in french only)





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