Climate Change, Sea Level Rising and Increase of Temperature Threat to Groundwater at Coastal Low Land and Ayeyarwady Delta Myanmar

Raised-sea-level-affect-freshwater Rising sea water could affect a freshwater well to become contaminated with saline water is explaining by figure

​In Myanmar, Groundwater in coastal areas and delta area closed to the sea starts facing that effect. Of that sea level rising by ice, glaciers melting are causing the greatest sign of seawater intrusion to Groundwater at Ayeyarwaddy delta area in Myanmar, mostly in the lower part of widening delta area.

According to the Global Climate Risk Index, Myanmar is the second most vulnerable in the world to the impacts of climate change from 1993 to 2014 (Kreft et al., 2014).

This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. - Consultant (Groundwater & Wells) Freelance, Myanmar; AG Member (Myanmar National Water Resource Committee (2016-2020); Life Member (Myanmar Geoscience Society); Board of Directors (Myanmar American Science & Technology Alumni Association) New York

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