Does a dam do anything to help wildlife?



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    A dam is often very harmful to downstream ecosystems by changing the volume temperature, salinity and composition of water flowing downstream as well as by blocking the path for migrating fish and removing sediment. It often creates a reservoir upstream, however, which can become a new ecosystem with its own supported plant, fish, bird and wildlife populations.

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