A weir /ˈwɪər/ is a barrier across a river designed to alter its flow characteristics.
In most cases, weirs take the form of obstructions smaller than most conventional
John Hayes, A weir is an underwater dam created to reduce, but not stop the flow
of water in a river or stream. Say you have a stream running through a property ...
Sep 14, 2011 ... Dams and weirs have a stronger impact on watercourse ecosystems than was
previously realized. Species diversity in the dammed area ...
Apr 15, 2014 ... As part of the Four Major Rivers Restoration Project, 16 multi-functional weirs
have recently been constructed in each river system in Korea.
small earth dams with a gabion spillway, intake weirs for gravity irrigation
schemes, groynes, river bed training works and for protection against hydraulic
Feb 17, 2014 ... I came across the word weir today. It appears that we here in the USA refer to this
same device as a low water dam. I'm curious why we don't ...
Sci Total Environ. 2014 Apr 15;478:103-15. doi: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2014.01.038.
Epub 2014 Feb 12. Evaluation of dams and weirs operating for water resource ...
Aug 7, 2015 ... Thus a weir with controlling gates is known as barrage. Let us summarize this :
Both terms are used in conjunction with water dams. Weir stores ...
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Jun 24, 2007 ... One of two weir dams downstream from South Holston Dam outside of Bristol, TN
Weirs are structures consisting of an obstruction such as a dam or bulkhead
placed across the open channel with a specially shaped opening or notch. The