Publications in Thai
Fish-Friendly Irrigation: Guideline on Fishway Design, Construction, Operation, Maintenance and Adjustment (Thai)
The ‘Guidelines on Fishway Design, Construction, Operation, Maintenance and Adjustment’ describes design principles and key design criteria when installing fishways on irrigation facilities as well as common mistakes in design. In addition, the Guidelines describes the processes and key considerations on construction, operation, maintenance, and adjustment of fishway.
The Fishway Inspection Manual focuses on assessing design and requirements for maintenance of fishway as a complementary document of the Fishway Guidelines for Irrigation Facilities. The Manual is intended to be used for practitioners on-site with the Fishway Guidelines.
The Fishway Monitoring Manual focuses on assessing fish migration with method of fishway monitoring as a complementary document of the Fishway Guidelines for Irrigation Facilities. The Manual is intended to be used for practitioners on-site with the Fishway Guidelines.
The ‘Guidelines to Prioritising Fish Passage Barriers’ provides a concise method to identify the highest priority barriers for installing fishways on irrigation facilities in a selected catchment. The method is based on physical, biological and socio-economic considerations, and uses remote sensing tools and analysis to assess and rank large numbers of barriers.
The booklet explains the MRC’s complex procedural rules for cooperation in a simple language. It introduces the five sets of procedural rules to materialise the agreement, explaining how these procedural rules have supported regional cooperation and sustainable development of the Lower Mekong River Basin (LMB).
The handbook is designed to give the staff of the MRC Secretariat and National Mekong Committees greater confidence in communicating. Whether writing a press release, presenting at a conference, writing a report, or submitting a Facebook post, this handbook will provide invaluable information to support MRC staff.
This brochure describes an overview of the five bilateral projects of the four Mekong countries that addresses cross-border water resources management issues through transboundary dialogue and cooperation.
In a simple language with visual aid, the brochure describes what PNPAC is about, how it is applied, and how Prior Consultation takes place to discuss on proposed water use infrastructure projects.
In Thai version, the 1995 Agreements and Procedures set out how the governments of Cambodia, Lao PDR, Thailand and Viet Nam cooperate to ensure sustainable development of the Mekong River Basin, including in the areas of irrigation and agriculture, climate change, hydropower, navigation, flood and drought management.
The BDS 2011-2015 aims to address water management and development issues through increasing regional dialogue and cooperation, strengthening basin-wide procedures and guidelines, improving water related monitoring and information management, and enhancing national plans and projects.