Technical Paper Series
Technical Paper No.42
This report presents detailed information of a baseline study of the social conditions and vulnerability that are linked to the changes of water related resources in the lower Mekong corridor in 2011.
Technical Paper No.43
This report describes the biomonitoring survey conducted in 2011 in the Lower Mekong River Basin which contributes to the evaluation of the overall ecological health of the river.
The Report Card on Water Quality provides an overview of water quality of the Mekong and Bassac Rivers based on data obtained by the MRC from 2007 to 2011.
This is the Khmer version of the Water Quality Report Card. It contains The report card is also translated in to the four national riparian languages allowing it to be widely distributed within the Member Countries of the MRC.
Integrated Analysis of Data from MRC Fisheries Monitoring Programmes in the Lower Mekong River Basin
Technical Paper No.33
This report analyses time series of data collected at more than 50 locations on capture fisheries in the Lower Mekong Basin, including dai fishery in Cambodia, lee trap fish in Southern Laos, fish larvae monitoring in Cambodia and Viet Nam and fish abundance and diversity monitoring in the four Member Countries.
MRC Technical Paper No.38
This guide provides descriptions and illustrations for larval and juvenile stages of 64 indigenous Mekong fishes, most of which are important in fisheries and some of which have high conservation significance.
Technical Paper No.32
The paper compiles and analyses a time series of the available data and information (1995-2010) about Cambodia's dai fishery, one of the most prominent fisheries of the country that lands approximately 14% of the annual catch from the Tonle Sap-Great Lake and River system.
Technical Paper No.31
This atlas enhances knowledge and understanding of the distribution, ecological functioning and conservation of deep pools while synthesizing results from local ecological knowledge-based surveys and geomorphic statistical analysis of the Mekong mainstream.
Technical Paper No.40
The report provides a detailed study of the 2011 status of the water quality in the Mekong River. It assesses water quality monitoring data monitored by the Water Quality Monitoring Network laboratories, and provides recommendations for future monitoring.
Technical Paper No.36
The report provides information about the meteorological conditions, which caused heavy rainfall in many parts of the Lower Mekong River Basin (LMB) and led to a critical flood situation, particularly in the lower part of the LMB.
Roads and Floods: Best Practice Guidelines for the Integrated Planning and Design of Economically Sound and Environmentally Friendly Roads in the Mekong Floodplains of Cambodia and Viet Nam
Technical Paper No.35
The report presents a study on road development in a sensitive ecosystem like the floodplain of the Mekong in a sustainable manner that minimizes the impacts on the benefits of the annual inundations and at the same time reduces damage to roads.
This Report highlights a number of areas of uncertainty on which further information is needed to address possible transboundary impacts of the proposed Xayaburi hydropower project.