From local watershed management to integrated river basin management at national and transboundary levels
Watersheds face a range of degradation challenges associated with human activities, such as pollution, deforestation and changes in sediment generation. The way they are managed has a profound cascading effect on natural resources and communities in the wider basin. Although watersheds play a critical role as the basic hydrological unit… Read More
- Author: Bach, H.; Clausen, T.J.; Trang, D.T.; Emerton, L.; Facon, T.; Hofer, T.; Lazarus, K.; Muziol, C.; Noble, A.D.; Schill, P.; Sisouvanh, A.; Wensley, C.; Whiting, L.;
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- Citation: Bach, H., Clausen, T.J., Trang, D.T., Emerton, L., Facon, T., Hofer, T., Lazarus, K., Muziol, C., Noble, A., Schill, P., Sisouvanh, A., Wensley, C. and Whiting, L. 2011. From local watershed management to integrated river basin management at national and transboundary levels. Lao PDR: Mekong River Commission.
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