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A stay in Las Vegas is not complete without visiting the historic and world-famous Hoover Dam which is only about 40 kilometers from The Strip. Lessons can be learned from this mega-dam in view of the start “kuno” of the construction of the P11.2-billion Jalaur River Multipurpose Stage II (JRMP II) dam in Calinog, Iloilo which we also termed as mega dam although it is not even 1/10 of the size of Hoover Dam.
Mana-ay, E. (2018, April 3). Hoover Dam. The Daily Guardian, p. 4.
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Construction; Water levels; Dams; Irrigation; Drinking water; Electricity; Water levels; Turbines; Governments; Temperature; Water vapour; Rainfall; Evaporation; Evaporation reduction; Water resources; Water management; Silting; Water reservoirs; Watersheds; Debris flow; Management; Jalaur River Multipurpose Stage II (JRMP II); Provincial Environment and Natural Resources Office; Hoover, Herbert; Kennedy, John F.
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