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Safety Evaluation of Existing Dams (SEED) report The term 'Safety Evaluation of Existing Dams (SEED) report' as it applies to the area of reclamation can be defined as ' A compilation of independent technical reports that evaluate the design, construction, and performance of a dam for its structural and hydraulic integrity using available data; identify existing or potential dam safety deficiencies; and recommend future actions appropriate for the safety of the dam. Evaluation includes review of hydrology, geology, seismicity, seepage, structural adequacy, design criteria, construction, operation, instrumentation records, existing field conditions, and past performance. See evaluation report. See overall safety of dams classification'.
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