Édition d’un numéro spécial « Dam removal » dans la revue Water Alternatives

Suite à l’atelier international organisé à Poitiers, un numéro spécial vient de paraître dans la revue Water Alternatives. Coordonné par Régis Barraud, Marie-Anne Germaine et Chris Sneddon, il réunit 10 contributions de chercheurs américains, espagnols, norvégiens et français abordant les enjeux sociaux, culturels et politiques des opérations d’enlèvement de barrages. Intitulé « Dam removal. Social, cultural and political issues » ce dossier est disponible  sur cette page Water Alternatives.

Vous trouverez ci-dessous le sommaire de ce numéro spécial qui comporte deux contributions des chercheurs de l’équipe de l’ANR Reppaval.

Dam removals and river restoration in international perspective
Chris Sneddon, Régis Barraud and Marie-Anne Germaine
Water Alternatives 10(3): 648-654               Abstract | Full Text – PDF

The failure of the largest project to dismantle hydroelectric dams in Europe? (Sélune River, France, 2009-2017)
Marie-Anne Germaine and Laurent Lespez
Water Alternatives 10(3): 655-676               Abstract | Full Text – PDF

Science of the dammed: Expertise and knowledge claims in contested dam removals
Chris Sneddon, Frank Magilligan and Coleen Fox
Water Alternatives 10(3): 677-696               Abstract | Full Text – PDF

How provincial and local discourses aligned against the prospect of dam removal in New Brunswick, Canada
Kate Sherren, Thomas Beckley, Simon Greenland-Smith and Louise Comeau
Water Alternatives 10(3): 697-723               Abstract | Full Text – PDF

Centering fish agency in coastal dam removal and river restoration
Caroline Gottschalk Druschke, Emma Lundberg, Ludovic Drapier and Kristen C. Hychka
Water Alternatives 10(3): 724-743               Abstract | Full Text – PDF

« They have kidnapped our river »: Dam removal conflicts in Catalonia and their relation to ecosystem service perceptions
Mathias Brummer, Dídiac Jordà-Capdevila, Beatríz Rodríguez-Labajos and Trung Thanh Nguyen
Water Alternatives 10(3): 744-768               Abstract | Full Text – PDF

Removing dams, constructing science: Coproduction of undammed riverscapes by politics, finance, environment, society and technology
Zbigniew J. Grabowski, Ashley Denton, Mary Ann Rozance, Melissa Matsler and Sarah Kidd
Water Alternatives 10(3): 769-795               Abstract | Full Text – PDF

Removing mill weirs in France: The structure and dynamics of an environmental controversy
Régis Barraud
Water Alternatives 10(3): 796-818               Abstract | Full Text – PDF

Beyond mandatory fishways: Federal hydropower relicensing as a window of opportunity for dam removal and adaptive governance of riverine landscapes in the United States
Brian C. Chaffin and Hannah Gosnell
Water Alternatives 10(3): 819-839               Abstract | Full Text – PDF

Competing ideas of ‘natural’ in a dam removal controversy
Dolly Jørgensen
Water Alternatives 10(3): 840-852               Abstract | Full Text – PDF

On the political roles of freshwater science in studying dam and weir removal policies: A critical physical geography approach
Simon Dufour, Anne Julia Rollet, Margot Chapuis, Mireille Provansal and Romain Capanni