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|Statement||by the Secretariat, United Nations, Economic Commission for Asia and the Far East, Committee for Co-ordination of Investigations of the Lower Mekong Basin.|
|Contributions||Committee for Coordination of Investigations of the Lower Mekong Basin.|
|LC Classifications||TC513.M45 E26 1972|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||8 p.,  leaves of plates :|
|LC Control Number||81186881|
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Product details Series: Aquatic Ecology Hardcover: pages Publisher: Academic Press; 1 edition (Novem ) Language: English ISBN ISBN ASIN: Product Dimensions: x x 10 inches Shipping 5/5(1). In Januarythe Mekong Dolphin Conservation Project (MDCP) was initiated as part of the first author's PhD research at James Cook University, Australia.
All activities were conducted in cooperation with the Cambodian Department of Fisheries, which. In the history of international river development, the Lower Mekong River development, also known as the Mekong Project, is unique in many aspects. First, unlike most international river developments (the Indus River between India and Pakistan and the Jordan River in the Middle East, for example), the Mekong Project did not stem from the riparian nations’ competing interests and conflicts Cited by: 1.
Politics, ecology and water: the Mekong Delta and development of the Lower Mekong Basin By CHRIS SNEDDON AND NGUYEN THANH BINH This chapter examines the potential downstream impacts of cooperative, transnational development of the Lower Mekong Basin on the Mekong Delta region of by: 7.
From the cutting of the first canals in the s to the eruption of the Viet Cong’s insurgency in the s, this book illuminates the subtle interactions between ecology and social change in a tropical delta. The Mekong Delta is valuable for students of the Vietnamese Revolution and for scholars of peasant movements around the globe.
It fills a major gap in our knowledge of the social change that. Curriculum on Ecological Child Rights in Mekong Development: A Guide Book for Young Trainers October 9, October 9, admin article, Campaigns, highlight When a development project takes place in a community, it can have both positive and negative impacts on the people and ecology, where we live.
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One of the great rivers of Asia, the Mekong ranks twelfth in the list of longest rivers of the world. It rises in the Himalayas at c. m AMSL, close to the Dzanag La Pass in the Tanghla Shan Mountains, on the NE rim of the great Tibetan Plateau (Fig. Along its km course, it flows through or along the borders of six countries: China, Burma, Lao PDR Thailand, Kampuchea and Cited by: Fundamentals of Ecology and Environment covers the basic concepts, ideas, major findings and current challenges.
As knowledge and best practice in the ecology are constantly changing, the. Landscape Ecology. This book, Landscape Ecology has written to present major and efficient applications in landscape ecology, as well as to propose a solid action for this category of topics.
The book aims to illustrate various treatment methods of the land-use models impact on landscape ecology creation. Author(s): Amjad Almusaed. In Mekong Policy Project Project Info As a biodiversity hotspot that is home to more than 60 million people, the Lower Mekong River Basin plays a vital role as the region’s “rice bowl,” the world’s largest freshwater fishery and provider of livelihoods.
A new book, compiled from research done by WorldFish, aims to provide planning tools for policy makers and practitioners to support the sustainable development of dams in the Mekong River basin. Book: Fish, Sediment and Dams in the Mekong | Water, Land and Ecosystems.
Distribution and Ecology of Some Important Riverine Fish Species of the Mekong River Basin 6 But the overriding threat to the future of the Mekong’s fish and fisheries is the impact of water management schemes, for such purposes as irrigation, hydroelectricity and flood control.
The role of flooding as a. Lowland River-Floodplain Systems and Their Ecology. The Mekong River and large tributaries such as the Tonle Sap-Great lake system include a great variety of in-stream habitats as well as a range of seasonal and permanent water bodies (lakes and marshes) on their floodplains, of which the Great Lake is the by: The Lower Mekong Initiative also calls for the U.S.
to contribute an additional US$ 1 million to the Mekong River Commission to finance further research for a sustainable development policy of the Mekong including the assessments of potential environmental effects of the dams on the main : Tran Chan.
Mekong ecology in the balance as Laos quietly begins work on dam. would be the "first environmentally friendly hydroelectric project on the Mekong and will. : Common Pool Nature in the Mekong Bioregion: Dialogues, Ethics, and Justice (Routledge Explorations in Environmental Studies) (): Victor Savage, Carl Middleton, Carl Grundy-Warr, Yong Ming Li: Books.
Purchase The Mekong - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNThe Mekong is the world’s 12 th-longest river, second only to the Amazon in terms of biodiversity importance, and the world’s most productive inland fishery.
It is also a transboundary river – rising from the glaciers of the Tibetan Plateau, in China, before tumbling down through Myanmar, Laos, Thailand and Cambodia and emptying into the South China Sea, in Vietnam. China is home to the world’s largest number of dams, largest amount of hydropower generation, largest irrigated area, largest hydropower project and largest water transfer project.
It remains increasingly active in hydropower investment both at home and abroad, in spite of the growing number of controversies and : Zha Daojiong.
Notwithstanding the global financial crisis, some observers project the Mekong region to grow rapidly: GDP growth rates for – range from 5–9% per annum (IMF ). The region is, however, constrained by a number of higher level by: The Mekong Project / Le projet Mékong.
A photo book on the Mekong River facing environmental issues - Un livre photo sur les enjeux environnementaux du Mékong Created by Guillaume Robin Guillaume Robin. 59 backers pledged €2, to help bring this project to life. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.
Lebel, L., P. Garden, and M. Imamura. The politics of scale, position, and place in the governance of water resources in the Mekong region. Ecology and Society Cited by: On August 2,Center for Social Development Studies co-organized a panel discussion on “The Mekong Drought: Impact and Solutions".
The discussion is organized as part of the 8th Chula ASEAN Week and 5th Parliementaty ASEAN Community Forum. The discussion explored how the Lancang-Mekong ba. The revival of plans to build a series of dams on the Mekong River's mainstream in Laos and Cambodia presents a serious threat to the river's ecology and puts at risk the wellbeing of millions of people dependent on the river for food, income, transportation and a multitude of other needs.
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The Pak Beng Hydropower Project 5th May Vientiane, Lao PDR Technical Review of Pak Beng Hydropower Project –Water Quality, Aquatic Ecology and Fisheries in the Mekong Basin Pak Bengdam area in Zone 1 Pak Beng Fisheries have high ecological and socio‐economic importance.
Usually at this time the Mekong River is beginning to swell with the rain waters of the Southwest monsoon. Yet, this year water levels are as if it were a drought in the dry season. This has seriously affected farmers, with their planted rice and other crops withering in parched soil.
It has also impacted fishers dependent on the river’s ecology. The Mekong River, and its associated basin, are the mainstay of the region’s rice and fish economy, as well as providing water for domestic, municipal and industrial use.
Approximately km in length and originating high in the Tibetan plateau, it passes through six countries: China, Myanmar, Thailand, Laos, Cambodia and Vietnam. It is the seventh longest river in Asia and the 12th.
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Confronted with the prospect of a Mekong Delta, the traditional rice bowl of the entire country, being threatened by a penury of fresh water, soil erosion, and seawater intrusion; Vietnam has no other alternative but implement a mega-project that calls for the construction of: 1) a multi-purpose dyke to prevent seawater intrusion and 2) two Author: Tran Chan.
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only do ebook promotions online and we does not. Critical perspectives on ecology, society and development in the Mekong region. moving forward: Reflecting on the Mekong Commons after six years; Danu ethnic people face livelihood threats from lead mining projects in Southern Shan State, Myanmar the longest tributary of the Mekong in the Lao PDR, is undergoing massive changes, with.
The Mekong Mapping Project: Background and approach 1. Using our existing networks, we invited the 9 creative arts professionals1 shown below to work with us to gather survey responses from 20 people of their networks, and to participate in a workshop to discuss the findings and develop recommendations for.
A comprehensive description of the Mekong River basin and a critical account of the experience in planning for development of the water resources of the basin are provided.
It includes a concrete demonstration of how international thinking and action on water management evolved over the years following Over 4 decades, the prevailing notions of what are important factors in water planning Cited by: The Mekong River passes through parts of Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam before emptying into the South China Sea.
The Voices for Mekong Forests (V4MF) Project is a European Union (EU) funded project. The overarching rationale of the project is that for forests to be sustainably managed, civil society actors must have the capacity to organize themselves to share information, strengthen their negotiating positions and effectively present their concerns and.
Get this from a library. Hydropower development in the Mekong Region: political, socio-economic and environmental perspectives. [Nathanial Matthews; Kim Geheb;] -- "This book aims to provide a basin wide analysis of the political, socio economic and environmental perspectives of hydropower development in the Mekong Basin.
The Mekong Basin is one of the world's. The Mekong Delta, aka “the rice bowl of Vietnam”, is home to 20 million people. It’s a verdant patchwork of paddies, rivers, lakes and wetlands where farmers nurse their crops, children lark. Witoon Permpongsachareon, director of Mekong Energy and Ecology Network, hopes that the socio-legal insights provided by the book will encourages activists in the region to better strategize their campaigns.
He advocates thinking outside the legal and technical arenas of legal action against dam developers and critiquing project EIAs. In line with the 23rd Mekong River Commission (MRC) council meeting, the Save the Mekong Coalition raises concerns over hydropower projects.
The Save the Mekong Coalition notes with serious concern the ongoing development of hydropower projects on the Mekong mainstream, despite unresolved issues over transboundary and cumulative impacts of projects already under construction .The current status of the Mekong River is assessed, with a focus on the downstream effects of the construction of dams and river dredging in China.
Special emphasis is placed on the manner in which politics and the concerns about the environment intersect as a result of the Mekong and its tributaries' status as transboundary rivers. Subjects include: (1) governance of the Mekong River; (2) Cited by: