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MRC 2022 EU (AUP) - Report 2022
Support to enhanced cooperation in sustainable transboundary water management in the Mekong basin
Report on Experiences and Opportunities for Coordinated Operating Rules and Cooperation Arrangements on Dam Operations
(i.e. This Annual Mekong Flood Report 2015 discusses lessons learned
The report highlights beneficial opportunities for coordinated water
infrastructure operation mechanisms across the cooperation continuum – from coordination (information sharing) through collaboration (adaptation of operations) to joint action
(mutually advantageous planning, design and operations). It provides recommended actions and a forward plan to develop: “Coordinated water infrastructure operation mechanisms for multiple benefits, including gender and vulnerability-sensitive disaster mitigation and management”, as set out in the MRC Strategic Plan 2021–2025.
Download | DOI: 10.52107/mrc.b19 | Published on: 27 Feb 2023 | Language: English
Fish-friendly irrigation: Fishway monitoring manual
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.
Download | DOI: 10.52107/mrc.ajutoi | Published on: 22 Feb 2023 | Language: English
Fish-friendly irrigation: Fishway inspection manual
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.
Download | DOI: 10.52107/mrc.ajuton | Published on: 22 Feb 2023 | Language: English
Fish-friendly irrigation: Guidelines to prioritising fish passage
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.
Download | DOI: 10.52107/mrc.ajuto4 | Published on: 22 Feb 2023 | Language: English
Preliminary Design Guidance for Proposed Mainstream Dams in the Lower Mekong River Basin (PDG)
The new Preliminary Design Guidance is an updated version of the original PDG introduced in 2009. It incorporates not only what the MRC Member Countries have learnt from their own experience with hydropower, but also from examples and best practices around the world. It also includes the most current knowledge regarding design criteria, science and technology. While the older PDG spanned this range of construction and operation elements (hydraulics; sediment transport; geomorphology; water quality; aquatic ecology; fish and fisheries; dam safety; and navigation), the new PDG now includes hydrology and socio-economic impact to reflect the greater attention paid today to riparian communities and riverine livelihoods.
Download | DOI: 10.52107/mrc.ajutqi | Published on: 20 Feb 2023 | Language: English