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  • Mekong River, the 11th largest river in the world, is the main water source for irrigation, fishery, and domestic use… In short, the living of the whole population in the Mekong Delta (MD) is depending and will be depended on this resource. The MD of Vietnam is located at the most downstream part of the Mekong river basin. With a population of 17 million inhabitants living in 4 million hectares of land, the MD has great potentials for agricultural production. The MD is the most important agricultural production region for the whole country.

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  • Environmental Issues and Recent Infrastructure Development in the Mekong Delta: review, analysis and recommendations with particular reference to largescale water control projects and the development of coastal areas. Takehiko ‘Riko’ Hashimoto. Australian Mekong Resource Centre. University of Sydney. June 2001.

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  • Abstract. In this study, we assessed the impact of sea level rise, one of the most ascertained consequences of global climate change, for water levels in the Vietnamese Mekong Delta (VMD). We used a hydraulic model to compute water levels from August to November – when flooding is presently critical – under sea level rise scenarios of 20 cm (= 20) and 45

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  • Vietnam is embarking on a path towards a knowledge-based economy in which the emergence of knowledge clusters in Ho Chi Minh City and the Mekong Delta are playing a decisive role. As our paper suggests, clustering appears to have a positive effect not only on the increase of knowledge output, but also on the economic growth of these regions. Using a GIS-based mapping method, we can identify two major knowledge clusters – Ho Chi Minh City and Can Tho City.

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  • Reduce overall grain yield by cracking as one of the main problems directly reduces income and the availability of staple food to the farmers in the Mekong Delta. Cracking or fissuring of a grain of wheat that may occur in the rice field by harvest time is not right / real, post-harvest conditions improper drying and milling activities inconsistent. This project aims to improve the quality and value of rice, through an integrated approach that includes the service provider farmers, millers, and extension workers and educational institutions...

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  • Reduced whole grain rice yield by cracking is one of the key issues directly reduced income and the availability of staple food for farmers in the Mekong Delta. Cracking or fissuring of the grain part may occur in the rice fields by not harvested on time / practice, improper post-harvest drying conditions and milling operations inappropriate. This project aims to improve the quality and value of Rice, through an integrated approach including farmers, millers and services providers and extension staff and educational institutions....

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  • Vietnam-Netherlands Mekong Delta Masterplan project: Me Kong delta water resources assessment studies has many contents: description of the mekong delta of Viet Nam, hydrology and surface water resources, water quality, hydrogelogy and groundwater recources, water demand and water balance, issues to be solved.

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  • Rice area of the Mekong Delta (MD) has decreased in recent years, especially the shift from rice land into land for industrial parks and saline land due to sea level rise and effects of climate change. In addition, the rate of population growth also requires increasingly high demand for rice in the region. By using the model, results showed that the population of the Mekong Delta will be at 26,956.5 thousand inhabitants,

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  • This paper identifies five water environmental problems in the Delta that are the principal limiting factors of agricultural production and human health, i.e. (i) the salinity intrusion in the coastal areas, (ii) the effect of acid sulfate soils, (iii) the polluted water from human activities, (iv) the fresh water shortage in the dry season and (v) the flood in the rainy season. The discussion and conclusion present the people’s adaption strategies and water gorvernance issues in pursing sustainable management in the region.......

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  • Aquaculture & fisheries in the mekong delta - viet nam: A focuss on inland aquaculture & inland capture fisheries

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  • The Mekong River is one of the few great, largely unregulated rivers of the world. Its Delta is both agriculturally and aquatically highly productive and a major contributor to the region’s food production and export earnings. Water and land issues of the Delta must be considered as integral with those of the Mekong Basin as a whole. A majority of the Mekong Basin’s 60 million, ethnically diverse peoples rely on the River’s aquatic resources and rice production for their subsistence. For many, 40 to 60% of their protein intake is from fish from the Mekong.

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  • Water quality is one of the key factors affecting the environmental health of the Mekong river system. As the livelihoods of most of the 60 million people who live in the Lower Mekong Basin (LMB) wholly or partly depend on aquatic resources, the environmental health of the river is a major concern to the governments of the countries in the basin. In 1985, the Mekong River Commission (MRC) established the Water Quality Monitoring Network (WQMN) to provide an ongoing record of the water quality of the river, its major tributaries, and the Mekong Delta.

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  • Reduce overall grain yield by cracking as one of the main problems directly reduced income and the availability of staple food to the farmers in the Mekong Delta. Cracking or fissuring of a grain of wheat that may occur in the rice fields by not harvested on time / practice, improper harvest and drying conditions milling operation is inappropriate. This project aims to improve the quality and value of Rice, through an integrated approach that includes farmers, millers, service providers and extension workers and educational institutions.

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  • Timely harvest plays an important role in controlling rice cracking. Reduced whole-grain rice bring cracks caused by the loss of value and reduce the income of farmers. field experiments was conducted to study the effect of harvest time around the crack growth of rice plants Head rice yield in seven popular varieties (OM1490, OM2718, OM2517, OM4498, AG24, IR50404 and Jasmine) in three different locations in the two harvest years (2006-2008). Mekong Delta, Vietnam. The results show that cracking of rice has strong influence by the variety and harvest time about growing up....

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  • Reduce overall grain yield by cracking as one of the main problems directly reduced income and the availability of staple food to the farmers in the Mekong Delta. Cracking or fissuring of a grain of wheat that may occur in the rice fields by not harvested on time / practice, improper harvest and drying conditions milling operation is inappropriate. This project aims to improve the quality and value of Rice, through an integrated approach that includes farmers, millers, service providers and extension workers and educational institutions....

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  • Mekong Delta rice area's largest with about 3.8 million ha. Of these, winter-spring rice crop was planted 1.5 million hectares, 1.6 million ha of summer-collection, case 3 is 0.5 million ha and 0.25 million ha of winter rice. Rice production in 2008 the entire area is 20.6 million tons in 2009 is estimated at 21 million tons. Supply 90% of the Mekong Delta rice exports contributed greatly to Vietnam in the list of "powers" rice. But this is the loss rate of the highest harvest.

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  • This paper is the result collaborative work between international and riparian biologists and ecologists over a number of years. The principal contributing authors are: Yuwadee Peerapornpisal, Tatporn Kunpradid, Sutthawan Suphan, (benthic diatoms); Chanda Vongsambath, Niane Sivongxay (littoral macroinvertebrates); Pham Anh Duc (benthic macroinvertebrates); Nguyen Thi Mai Linh (zooplankton); Supatra Parnrong Davidson, Sok Khom, and Monyrak Meng (environmental variables).

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  • A preliminary study was carried out in mid 1999 on the status and potential impact of the introduction of exotic fish species in the Mekong Basin. Introductions have been made for four main purposes: aquaculture, stocking into lakes and reservoirs, pest control (mosquito) and the aquarium fish trade. Introductions of exotic species and movements of large quantities of fish for stocking are accompanied by risks to the environment, the possibility of native fish species declining through competition, predation or genetic interference, and the possible spread of disease....

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  • The fishery of the Mekong River is one of the largest and most significant in the world, and most of the production is based on migratory river fishes. An earlier report provided an overview of the general patterns of fish migrations and their significance for management. This complementary report provides more detailed information on 40 key species which are significant in the Mekong River fishery. For each species we provide notes on distribution, feeding, size, population structure, critical habitats, life cycle and its importance in fisheries.

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  • Reduced whole rice grain yield due to cracking is one of the major issues that directly reduce income and availability of staple food to the farmers in the Mekong River Delta. The cracking or partial fissuring of rice kernels may occur right in the paddy field due to incorrect harvesting time/practice, improper post-harvest drying conditions and inappropriate milling operations. This project aims to improve the quality and value of the rice, through an integrated approach which encompasses farmers, millers, service providers and extension workers and education institution....

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