Wet infrastructure

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Wet infrastructure is the spectrum of water-related projects relating to water supply, treatment and storage, water resource management, flood management, coastal restoration, hydropower and renewable energy facilities.[1] Common examples of wet infrastructure include new construction as well as renovations and maintenance of locks, weirs, storm-surge barriers, guiding structures, pumping plants, culverts, bridges, controlling systems, operating systems, and tunnel installations[2]


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  • New Trends in Water and Environmental Engineering for Safety and Life [1]
  • The Scarcity of Water: Emerging Legal and Policy Responses [2]
  • Governance and Complexity in Water Management [3]