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Severe Drought Tightens Pressure in Mekong River Basin
Joint Research on Mekong Water Resources Management
Status and prospective of dam safety management in Vietnam
Sun on the Great Lake Can Save the Mekong?
Cambodia, Laos, Thailand and Vietnam to face severe drought
Impacts of climate change on floods and urban flooding management.
Mekong dying: China wants more than just electricity from dams
Damming the Mekong Basin to environmental hell
The advent of Geomembrane Faced Earth and Rock Dams (GFRD)
The Global Earthquake Model (GEM)
Water resources in Vietnam: current status and challenges
Diagnosis of Songloulou Dam: Innovative stress measurement on concrete abutment
Anthropogenic stresses on the world’s big rivers
Seismic design and performance criteria for large dams and methods of dynamic analysis
The Fourth Congress of The VNCOLD
WWF-Vietnam: Vacancy announcement
Geologist for dams sought !!(VERY URGENT!)
Vietnam, Corée, Taiwan : comment sortir du nucléaire et en même temps du charbon ?
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Water & Environment

Mekong river groups urge China to show transparency after dam report
Groups working to protect the Mekong River have called for greater transparency and cooperation from China after a report that Chinese dams held back water during a drought last year.
Thailand Uses Participatory Diplomacy to Terminate the Joint Clearing of the Mekong with China
Thailand has decided to terminate a navigation improvement project with China in a segment of the Mekong River. This after lengthy efforts to convince China of its environmental and social concerns.
Low sediment turning the Mekong river blue
The year 2020 is shaping up to be crucial for the Mekong River, which is under threat from climate change and faces uncertain changes wrought by two new hydropower dams that have come online in Laos in the last three months.
Chinese dams held back Mekong waters during drought, study finds
BANGKOK (Reuters) - China’s Mekong River dams held back large amounts of water during a damaging drought in downstream countries last year despite China having higher-than-average water levels upstream, a U.S. research company said in a study.
Groundwater extraction may drown mega-delta
Projections of extraction-induced subsidence and elevation of the Mekong delta for the 21st century.
Severe Drought Tightens Pressure in Mekong River Basin
The worst drought in decades in Southeast Asia has weakened one of its great rivers to the point where it is losing a battle with the sea.
Sun on the Great Lake Can Save the Mekong?
Simple Feasibility Analysis of a Tonle Sap Floating Solar Project with Storage System
Cambodia, Laos, Thailand and Vietnam to face severe drought
A SEVERE drought is expected to hit Cambodia, Laos, Thailand and Vietnam from now until January, threatening agricultural production in these countries.
Impacts of climate change on floods and urban flooding management.
Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change – Synthesis of the AR5. Impact of the climate change on floods. Urban flooding, risks and vulnerability
Mekong dying: China wants more than just electricity from dams
For China, upstream Mekong River dams are more than electricity generators; they can deal with water shortages and are a political pressure tool…
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Vietnam Vice PM's Welcome Message
The ICOLD Committee on “Dams for Hydroelectric Energy”
Prof. Jinsheng JIA’ s Letter
Long report of the Int. Symposium “ASIA 2008” on “Water Resources & Renewable Energy Development in Asia”.
Welcome to Vietnam! Bienvenu au Vietnam!
Advanced Technology of "Tyco Water".
Vietnam Country Update & Hydro Power Development Plant
ASIA 2008 OPENING
H.E. Vice Prime Minister Hoang Trung Hai at the Opening Ceremony of the Symposium “ASIA 2008 -Water Resources & Renewable Energy Development in Asia”
Address of H.E. Vice Prime Minister Hoang Trung Hai at the Opening Ceremony of the Symposium "ASIA 2008"
Long-term Cooperation between VNCOLD & CHINCOLD
Some images of Son La Hydropower Project.
Ham Thuan - Da Mi Hydropower Project.
VNCOLD Central Officers.
Interaction between morphology change & salinity distribution in the Dinh An Estuary, Vietnam.
Dinh Binh (Vietnam) RCC Dam.
Flood Mitigation Strategy for Sustainability in Vietnam.
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