Weirs

Some articles on weirs, weir:

Sorgue - Weirs
... More than one hundred weirs are used for the management of this river, as it makes its journey from the source at Fontaine-de-Vaucluse, through its bifurcation at L'Isle-sur-la-Sorgue ...
Penghu National Scenic Area - North Sea Recreation Area (北海遊憩系統) - Jibei Islet (吉貝嶼)
... Another tourism feature of Jibei is the number of "stone weirs" housed here there are over 80 stone weirs, more than any other places in Penghu, thus winning the name "Home of the Stone Weirs" ...
Popular Playspots - Weirs
... Hurley Weir on the Thames, near London Sluice on River Liffey, Lucan, Ireland. ...
Fishing Weir - Types
... In North America, fishing weirs are constructed using wooden stakes woven together to create a barrier that traps fish while letting water pass through ... The Boylston Street Fishweir was actually a series of fish weirs built and maintained near the tidal shoreline between 3,700 and 5,200 years ago ... Natives in Nova Scotia use weirs that stretch across the entire river to retain shad during their seasonal runs up the Shubenacadie, Nine Mile, and Stewiacke rivers ...
River Irvine - Waterfalls and Weirs
... Weirs were often built to divert and provide a head of water for the many mills ... A more unusual use of a weir was that at Lainshaw House where two weirs, together with a realignment of the Annick Water, provided a large area of water for waterfowl ...