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Mekong sediment from the MRC Council Study Technical notedocx 1

Mekong Sediment from the Mekong River Commission Study

This technical note presents the results of modelling changes in sediment loads in the Mekong basin by employing water resource modelling to support the impact assessment, which is part of the study. The results discussed here indicate that existing and proposed dams in the Mekong basin are expected cumulatively to have significant impacts on sediment loads entering the Mekong delta.

Published on: 20 Feb 2018
File size: 575 KB - Language: English

Water loss from LMB reservoirs Technical note 1

Water loss from reservoir development in the Lower Mekong Basin

This short technical note describes the effect of reservoir development in the Lower Mekong Basin on water loss derived from evaporation and seepage. Findings translate that the water loss in Cambodia and Lao PDR increases in proportion to the number of proposed reservoirs in 2020 and 2040. Additionally, seepage is a dominant factor of the water loss as evaporation could be compensated by rainfall. Finally, the water loss is considered insignificant when comparing to inflow to the reservoirs.

Published on: 20 Feb 2018
File size: 275 KB - Language: English

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THE COUNCIL STUDY

The Study on the Sustainable Development and Management of the Mekong River Basin, including Impacts by Mainstream Hydropower Projects

The ‘Council Study’ was conducted by the MRC from 2012 to 2017. It aims to provide an objective scientific assessment of the environmental, social and economic costs and benefits of existing and planned water resource developments in the Lower Mekong Basin to inform decision makers. The study results will be integrated into the MRC knowledge base to enhance the Basin Development Planning process. It helps promote capacity and ensure technology transfer to the Member Countries.

Published on: 19 Feb 2018
File size: 224 KB - Language: English
Topic(s): Agriculture & Irrigation, Basin Planning, Climate Change, Environmental Health, Fisheries, Flood & Drought, River Transport, Sustainable Hydropower

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Transboundary Water Resources Management Issues in the Sesan and Srepok River Basins of Cambodia and Viet Nam

This technical report describes priority issues for the management of water resources in the Sesan and Srepok River Basins along the borders of Cambodia and Viet Nam. Among key issues identified are insufficient monitoring and assessment of water flow, lack of flood forecasting and warning mechanisms, and limited mitigation measures to address the impacts of hydro-infrastructural development. This is a joint paper produced by the two countries under the Mekong Integrated Water Resources Management Project.

Published on: 07 Sep 2017
File size: 4.6 MB - Language: English
Topic(s): Flood & Drought, Sustainable Hydropower

MEKONG SEKONG issue paper Final 7 Sep 17 for web 1

Transboundary Fisheries Management Issues in the Mekong and Sekong Rivers of Cambodia and Lao PDR

This technical report describes priority issues for fisheries management in the Mekong and Sekong Rivers along the borders of Cambodia and Lao PDR. It cites exploitative fishing practices, habitat degradation, and lack of fisheries data and their sharing between two countries’ affected provinces as some of the key issues identified. This is a joint paper produced by the two countries under the Mekong Integrated Water Resources Management Project.

Published on: 07 Sep 2017
File size: 2.9 MB - Language: English
Topic(s): Sustainable Hydropower, Climate Change, Fisheries

MEKONG DELTA Issue paper 7 Sep 17 for web 1

Transboundary Water Resources Management Issues in the Mekong Delta of Cambodia and Viet Nam

This technical report explains priority issues for the management of water resources in the Mekong Delta across Cambodia and Viet Nam. The issues identified include lack of strategic transboundary management plan of flood and drought control, uncoordinated development of water infrastructure and limited monitoring network on hydrological, meteorological and water quality data. This is a joint paper produced by the two countries under the Mekong Integrated Water Resources Management Project.

Published on: 07 Sep 2017
File size: 2.7 MB - Language: English
Topic(s): Climate Change, Fisheries, Flood & Drought

2nd RSF report

2nd Regional Stakeholder Forum on the Pak Beng Hydropower Project

FORUM REPORT

This report is a record of the proceedings of the 2nd Regional Stakeholder Forum on the Pak Beng Hydropower Project hosted by the MRC Secretariat on 5 May 2017 in Vientiane, Lao PDR.

Published on: 15 Jun 2017
File size: 3.2 MB - Language: English
Topic(s): PNPCA Prior Consultation

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Mekong Water Quality

Improved slightly since 2014, safe for human health and aquatic life, and agricultural use

The Mekong River Commission (MRC) has been measuring water quality since its early days.

Published on: 19 May 2017
File size: 684 KB - Language: English
Topic(s): Environmental Health

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Annual Mekong Flood Report 2014

Flood Management and Mitigation Programme

This report was prepared by the Regional Flood Management and Mitigation Centre (RFMMC) of the Mekong River Commission. The authors wish to thank the National Consultant – Flood Management Specialist, National Data Collection Experts and National FMMP Coordinators at the National Mekong Committee Secretariats of Cambodia, Lao PDR,

Published on: 05 May 2017
File size: 4 MB - Language: English
Topic(s): Flood & Drought

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Regional Stakeholder Forum for Council Study and Pak Beng Hydropower Project, Luang Prabang 22-23/02/2017

This report is a record of the proceedings of the Regional Stakeholder Forum on the Pak Beng Hydropower Project and Council Study hosted by the Lao Government and the MRC Secretariat on 22-23 February 2017 in Luang Prabang, Lao PDR.

Published on: 28 Mar 2017
File size: 3.9 MB - Language: English

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