Scientists found that biodiversity hotspots including the Amazon, Congo, Salween and Mekong watersheds are likely to be hard hit, with river fragmentation potentially averaging between 25 per cent and 40 per cent due to hydropower expansion underway in the tropics.
Deforestation caused by coal mining operations has reduced the upstream area’s ability to absorb rainwater, resulting in greater volumes of runoff flowing into the Mahakam River, flooding the Indonesian Bornean city of Samarinda.
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