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Agroclimatology in the Lower Mekong Basin
|Other titles||Lower Mekong Basin.|
|Statement||by the Secretariat, Interim Committee for Coordination of Investigations of the Lower Mekong Basin, Lao People"s Democratic Republic, Kingdom of Thailand, and Socialist Republic of Viet Nam.|
|Contributions||Interim Committee for Coordination of Investigations of the Lower Mekong Basin. Secretariat.|
|LC Classifications||SB191.R5 A65 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||12,  p. :|
|Number of Pages||26|
|LC Control Number||82920103|
The lower river reaches are wide and meandering ending in a large delta. Outside of the monsoon period the lower river stretches experience reduced flow levels and are more difficult to navigate. The basin as a whole is one of the richest biodiversity areas on our planet, however damming projects and land use changes are threatening the. Report on potential growth of aquatic plants of the lower Mekong River basin, Laos-Thailand [Mark L. Nelson] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
The music of the more than 60 million people who live in the Mekong basin reflects this vast diversity. The Source. The Mekong River begins in the glaciers of the high Tibetan Plateau and flows through mountainous terrain in Yunnan, China's southernmost province. Here the land is less suitable for farming, and thus more sparsely populated, but. The Mekong Delta at risk 27 Felt climate impacts 28 Institutional set-up and priority 28 Climate finance 29 Climate sensitive plans for the Mekong Delta 29 Upstream Mekong developments increase Delta vulnerability 30 Civil society engagement 30 The cost of no action or climate opportunism 30 7. Regional climate politics in the Lower Mekong Basin
Lecture Notes on Climatology By Page 7 of 45 is the first day of the spring season and as such this date is called as the spring equinox. Equinoxes mark the seasons of autumn and spring and are a transition between the two more extreme seasons, summer and winter. V. File Size: 1MB. Scoping Study on Climate Change and Hydropower in the Mekong River Basin Page 7 1 INTRODUCTION The Mekong is a vast trans-boundary river, shared by six countries—China, Myanmar, Laos, Thailand, Cambodia, and Vietnam (Figure 1. .
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Agroclimatology, often also referred to as agricultural climatology, is a field in the interdisciplinary science of agrometeorology, in which principles of climatology are applied to agricultural systems.
Its origins relate to the foremost role that climate plays in plant and animal production. The Mekong river basin is a diverse region, in approximately 70 million people lived across the six countries (CDRI, ). Compared to river basins such as the Ganges-Brahmaputra-Meghna and the Indus average population density is generally low in the Mekong river basin, around 88 inhabitants/km2,File Size: 2MB.
erosion. As recently asup to 28 per cent of the Mekong Basin in Yunnan was classified as “erosion prone”. Cultivation is now restricted in favour of reforestation. Lao PDR lies almost entirely within the Lower Mekong Basin. Its climate, landscape and land use are the major factors shaping the hydrology of the Size: 2MB.
Other articles where Lower Mekong Basin is discussed: Mekong River: Physical features: The lower Mekong, below the point where it forms the border between Myanmar and Laos, is a stream 1, miles (2, km) in length draining the Khorat Plateau of northeastern Thailand, the western slopes of the Annamese Cordillera in Laos and Vietnam, and most of Cambodia.
The Mekong flows in a pan-shaped basin shaped by regional geology. The upper basin in China is a steep narrow valley and its geometry is determined primarily by Himalayan : Avijit Gupta.
The Upper Mekong Basin encompasses parts of China and Myanmar Agroclimatology in the Lower Mekong Basin book river in China is also known as the Lancang River), and the Lower Mekong Basin includes parts of Lao PDR, Thailand, Cambodia and Author: Paul Carling.
Across the Lower Mekong Basin (LMB), covering portions of Laos, Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam, deforestation has been considerable ranging from land-clearing for strategic purposes during the Vietnam War (Lacombe et al.,Lacombe and Pierret, ) to economic and population growth driving the logging and agriculture expansion for self Cited by: There is not a coherent and integrated geological map of the whole of the Mekong Basin.
Various government agencies of the four countries of the Lower Mekong Basin (Cambodia, Lao PDR, Thailand, and Viet Nam) have produced excellent maps of the geology of their respective country.
However, these have not yet been integrated to cover the whole basin. The Lower Mekong Basin-an Experiment in International River Development [Sewell, W.R.
Derrick, And White, Gilbert F.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Lower Mekong Basin-an Experiment in International River DevelopmentAuthor: Gilbert F. Sewell, W.R. Derrick, And White. Climate Change Impact and Adaptation Study for the Lower Mekong Basin: KEY FINAL RESULTS 5 Crop Yields Chiang Rai Sakon Nakhon Khammouane Champasak Gia Lai Mondulkiri Baseline (ton/ha) Change by (%) Crop Yield Modeling for Rainfed Rice: Baseline and Percent Change by Rainfed Rice CropsFile Size: 1MB.
The Mekong Basin in Tibet and Yunnan is a narrow strip where most of the surface originally had little relief but was later deeply dissected to form the gorge of the Mekong and the deep valleys of its short tributaries.
Three parallel km wide upper basins of the Yangtze, Mekong, and Salween occur next to each by: Climate Change Impact and Adaptation Study for the Lower Mekong Basin Approach. The Climate Change Impact and Adaptation Study for the Lower Mekong Basin study adopts a basin-wide, spatial approach in quantifying shifts in the geographical suitability of the key crop species and impacts on other livelihood sectors by Adaptation to climate change in the countries of the Lower Mekong Basin 2 MRC Management Information Booklet Series No.1 INTRODUCTION There is growing concern about the potential effects of climate change on the socioeconomic characteristics and natural resources of the Lower Mekong Basin.
As a result there is a need for a. Agroclimatology the division of climatology concerned with climate as a factor of agricultural production.
Soil and its fertility, dry-land water resources, and vegetation are all determined to a significant degree by climate. Climatic conditions are taken into account in agricultural specialization. The history of agroclimatology is closely tied in.
The Mekong is among the world's longest rivers, flowing 4, kilometers from the Tibetan plateau through six nations to its delta in Vietnam. The river and its tributaries contain the largest freshwater fishery in the world, producing million tons annually, a food chain that relies on the nutrient rich sediment carried by the river.
The river contains between 1, and 1, species. completed in the Upper Mekong mainstem in China inand (Barlow et al. There are more than dams being proposed in the Lower Basin countries of Cambodia, Laos, Thailand and Vietnam.
Among the planned dams in the Lower Mekong Basin, the two located in Cambodia (Lower Sesan II dam) and Laos (Xayaburi dam). Mekong River Basin Approach ii DISCLAIMER This is an advance edition of the Water Productivity Assessment: Mekong River Basin Approach, and is a draft version of a working paper to be published formally by the Challenge Program on Water and Food.
This report contains less than fully polished Size: 1MB. The U.S. Government inter-agency Smart Infrastructure for the Mekong (SIM) program, coordinated by the U.S.
Agency for International Development (USAID), provides Lower Mekong Initiative (LMI) partner countries with support to develop environmentally sound and socially equitable infrastructure, clean energy development, land and/or water resources use.
Overview of the Hydrology of the Mekong Basin # Compiled by the MRC Water Utilisation Programme (WUP). Based on analysis of data observed between andie including the most recent observations, with numerous tables and charts.
Intended as an introduction to the hydrology of the Mekong River. Among the lower Mekong Basin countries, Laos and Cambodia have been identified as the most vulnerable, in part because of their limited capacity to cope with climate related risks. Climate change is affecting the sustainable development of most developing countries in Asia.
It compounds the pressures on natural resources and the environment. The transboundary Sesan and Srepok sub-basins (2S) are the “hot-spot” areas for reservoir development in the Lower Mekong region, with 12 reservoirs built in the Vietnam territory. This study examines the impacts of reservoir operations in Vietnam and projected climate change on the downstream hydrologic regime of the 2S Rivers by jointly applying the Cited by: B a s in D eve lo p m ent Pla n Progra m m e.
Atlas Planning. of the Lower Mekong River Basin Cambodia • Lao PDR • Thailand • Viet Nam. Mekong. The Lower Mekong Basin is entering a critical period in which upcoming development decisions will echo in the economy for decades to come. With looming decisions around hydropower development, industrial expansion, fisheries and general regional economic growth, sectors and countries cannot afford to continue to operate independently.