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DAMS

(Digital Asset Management System) Software that is used to acquire, index and keep track of the digital assets of an enterprise. Such a system includes data acquisition, media conversion, access rights, backup, usage tracking and rights management. A DAMS may provide the facilities to integrate with third party content creation systems, digital editors and commercial printers. See DAM.
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removal of the Elwha and Glines Canyon Dams was a product of Congressman
removal advocates hoped for the complete removal of the dams in order to
over the future of the dams, Port Angeles formed the Elwha Citizens
The total storage capacity of these dams are 18131 acres feet and their completion will help improve the socio-economic conditions and these areas will be become self-sufficient in food grains, vegetables and fruits besides drinking water facility and livestock development and will create job opportunity.
Construction area of Eyvashan dam in Lorestan is in about 447 km distance to south Tehran and 57 km to Khorram Abad city and in eastern longitude of 4948 and northern latitude of 2833.
Area of the river water shed to construction area of Eyvashan dam in Lorestan is about 120 sq.
One of major steps in evaluation of dam break risks is to determine parameters related to place and type of break, in a way that these factors have significant effect on outlet hydrograph and time of reaching water to downstream installations.
The continual rainfall through out the country has prompted an improvement to the key reservoirs levels that supply water in and around the country suggesting a slight inflow in comparison with the last report which indicated soaringly low dam levels.
According to this week's dam bulletin the reservoirs that contribute most of the water utilised in Windhoek like the Swakoppoort Dam signifies an improvement as it currently stands at 57.
The storage capacity of the lake of Bisha Valley dam reaches "193,64" million cubic meters of water.
DeNucci's report focused only on municipally owned dams, identifying 100 in 62 cities and towns rated in unsafe or poor condition.
There are more than 1,000 dams in the state that are in substandard condition, some more than others," Mr.