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Deriner dam
Turkey

This is the 3rd highest concrete Arch dam in the world and will crate the Deriner Reservoir allowing the production of electric energy with the waters of the Curuh River.  

Copyright: Sebastian Bauer
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 13386x6693
Hochgeladen: 23/08/2011
Aktualisiert: 06/08/2014
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Sebastian Bauer
Deriner Dam downstream right Bank View on 8 April 2012 with 8 Orifices spilling and upstream Water Level at 237.98 masl and Photographer
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Deriner Dam during Impounding on 12 June 2012 with Senior Engineers and Photographer with upstream Water Level at 252.13 masl
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Deriner Dam downstream right Bank View on 14 June 2012 with Orifice Spillways 1R and +1L open and Reservoir Water Level at 256.59 masl
Sebastian Bauer
Deriner Dam downstream right Bank View on 8 April 2012 with 8 Orifices spilling and upstream Water Level at 237.98 masl
Sebastian Bauer
Deriner Dam downstream right Bank View on 14 June 2012 with Orifice Spillways 1R and +1L open and Reservoir Water Level at 256.59 masl and Photographer
Sebastian Bauer
Deriner Dam downstream View at right Bank on 15 December 2011 with Photographer
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Deriner Dam downstream View at right Bank on 15 December 2011
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Deriner Dam during Impounding on 12 June 2012 with upstream Water Level at 252.13 masl
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Deriner Dam Gallery G4 Right Balcony on 19 May 2012
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Deriner Dam Gallery G4 Right Balcony on 19 May 2012 with Photographer
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Deriner Dam seen from the right downstream Bank on 11 March 2012
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Deriner Dam during Impounding on 7 March 2012 with upstream Lake Water Level at 233.01 masl
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Deriner Dam downstream right Bank View on 14 June 2012 with Orifice Spillways 1R and +1L open next to Diversion Tunnel Outlet and Lake Water Level at 256.59 masl with Photographer
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Deriner Dam downstream View at right Bank on 15 December 2011
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