This special issue of Environmental and Engineering Geoscience (E&EG) was a direct outgrowth of the Dams Symposium held at the 2009 Association for Environmental & Engineering Geologists (AEG) Annual Meeting in South Lake Tahoe, Nevada. Many interesting papers on new and existing dams were presented over this day-and-a-half-long symposium. At Lake Tahoe, the AEG Dams Technical Working Group met, and it was proposed that a special journal issue be published to present the work of the Dams Group as well as that from the membership in general. Dams are an important part of an aging infrastructure within the United States....

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