Numerical simulation of morphology in the tidal environments. It is very important to understand the geomorphic changes in the lagoon to preserve the environment. Dynamic landscapes shaping riparian and aquatic habitats are made up in the complex channel network of the lagoon. And there are a lot of riparian wildlife such a fish and
birds in the diverse habitats of it.
Plant species that invade an alien area and outgrow the native vegetation, establishing
and increasing their own territory, often lead to negative economic, environmental,
and social impacts. Even native species can behave like invasive species by their
exponential spread. Similarly, not all non-native species are invasive. Many alien
invasive species, however, do threaten the health and integrity of our terrestrial and
engineered solutions often work against nature, particularly when they aim to constrain regular
ecological cycles, such as annual river flooding and coastal erosion, and could further threaten
ecosystem services if creation of dams, sea walls, and flood canals leads to habitat loss.
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).