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Assessing the risks to embankment dams in the Caribbean from climate change

Embankment dams are essential for the water management schemes in many countries within the Caribbean, providing for water utility, flood control and agricultural needs among many other purposes. However, the impact of climate change on these structures and the water management systems in the region is becoming more evident as time progresses, with extreme weather events increasing in both frequency and intensity.