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The large dams on the Siang, Dibang, Lohit and the Subansiri are likely to trigger changes in the flood cycle and hydrological relationship of the KNP forests with the river Brahmaputra maintained through exchange of surface, sub-surface and ground water flow.  Photo: Aaranyak

Future shock for Kaziranga wildlife: 70 dams in Arunachal

By Tue, Oct 25, 2011 12:04PM UTC 1 Comment The large dams on the Siang, Dibang, Lohit and the Subansiri are likely to trigger changes in the flood cycle and hydrological relationship of the KNP forests with the river Brahmaputra maintained through exchange of surface, sub-surface and ground water flow.  Photo: Aaranyak

The main threat to Kaziranga National Park in the next 25 years will come not from poachers or encroachers, but the 70 dams that are being built in the Eastern Himalayas of India’s Northeast. Experts who have just completed a study of the region fear that Kaziranga National Park and Manas National Park, both World...

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