Reports

Annual Mekong Hydrology, Flood and Drought Report 2018

The report will replaces the Annual Mekong Flood Report to provide an annual summary on different hydrological subjects, ranging from flood, hydrology, and drought recognition to monitoring and early warning, remote sensing, modelling, and water management.

Download | DOI: 10.52107/mrc.ajg3u4 | Published on: 09 Jul 2020 | Language: English

An inception report on piloting a Joint Environmental Monitoring Programme on two Mekong Mainstream Dams ‘Don Sahong Hydropower Project and Xayaburi Hydropower Project’

The inception report explains how and why the piloting on the two Mekong mainstream dams (Xayaburi and Don Sahong) is being conducted. It details the types of monitoring to collect data around five disciplines: hydrology and hydraulics, sediment, water quality, aquatic ecology, and fish and fisheries.

Download | DOI: 10.52107/mrc.ajg3ub | Published on: 20 May 2020 | Language: English

Understanding the Mekong River's hydrological conditions: A brief commentary note on the "Monitoring the Quality of Water Flowing Through the Upper Mekong Basin Under Mekong Basin Under Natural (Unimpeded) Conditions" study by Alan Basist and Claude Williams (2020)

This publication discusses the Mekong River’s hydrological conditions, as it attempts to offer a brief commentary on the “Monitoring the Quantity of Water Flowing Through the Upper Mekong Basin Under Natural (Unimpeded) Conditions” study by Alan Basist and Claude Williams.

Download | DOI: 10.52107/mrc.ajg4w9 | Published on: 21 Apr 2020 | Language: English

Report on the 2017 Biomonitoring Survey of the Lower Mekong River Basin and Selected Tributaries

The report describes the biomonitoring survey conducted in the dry season of 2017 in the Lower Mekong Basin (LMB) which contributes to the evaluation of the overall ecological health of the river.

Download | DOI: 10.52107/mrc.ajg4wd | Published on: 06 Feb 2020 | Language: English

Report on the 2015 Biomonitoring Survey of the Lower Mekong River and Selected Tributaries

The report describes the biomonitoring survey conducted in 2015 in the Lower Mekong River Basin (LMB), which contributes to the evaluation of the overall ecological health of the river.

Download | DOI: 10.52107/mrc.ajg4wg | Published on: 05 Feb 2020 | Language: English

Mekong River Basin Indicator Framework

The Mekong River Basin Indicator Framework provides a consistent and streamlined approach to data collection, analysis and reporting, to help alert Member Countries to the key issues and trends and identify areas for further investigation and cooperation across five core dimensions (environment, social, economic, climate change and cooperation).

Download | DOI: 10.52107/mrc.ajg4wi | Published on: 05 Feb 2020 | Language: English

Summary State of the Basin Report 2018

The State of Basin Report (SoBR) is a flagship product and an integral part of the MRC’s strategic planning cycle. Prepared every five years, the report assesses conditions within the basin and the impacts that development and use of the water and related natural resources are having. It is a basis for the Member Countries and other key stakeholders to discuss and determine appropriate actions for ensuring sustainable development of the Mekong basin.

Download | DOI: 10.52107/mrc.ajg4wl | Published on: 05 Feb 2020 | Language: English

Final Report Agricultural Land Use Monitoring (Pilot study in the Selected Areas in each member country)

This pilot study analyses driving forces of major agricultural land-use changes and its impacts on local people’s livelihoods, and provides key recommendations on basin-wide management and development in agriculture and irrigation sector.

Download | DOI: 10.52107/mrc.ajg545 | Published on: 28 Jan 2020 | Language: English

Biomonitoring Survey of the Lower Mekong River and Selected Tributaries 2017

The report describes the biological indicator groups sampled during 2017, uses this information to derive biological indicators for the sites examined, and use biometric indicators to evaluate these sites.

Download | DOI: 10.52107/mrc.ajg4yj | Published on: 30 Oct 2019 | Language: English

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