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Natural Environment, Industries and Myanmar’s Creeks and Rivers Waiting for Saviors

Source: the global new light of Myanmar, 16th November, 2017.  Dr.Aung Kyaw, Translated by Khin Aye Win With the development of social environment, people's requirements followed the usual pattern of change. So as to possess necessary commodities and bring about services we need for fulfilling ...
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Preparatory survey for greater Yangon water supply improvement project (phase II) : final report

Author Janssen, M.P.J. Koning, R.J. Abstract Myanmar is dealing with a large data deficit, which is in contrast with the substantial need for it. The implementation of measuring techniques to obtain hydro- and morphodynamic data is an upcoming process. Measuring velocities can be valuable for calibr...
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Governance and Institution for Water Supply

Source: mmtimes, 18th October 2017 The final draft for the Ayeyawaddy Integrated River Basin Management (AIRBM) project, one of the major projects under a research and development program by the National Water Resources Committee led by vice-president U Henry Van Thio, has been received. A Master Pl...
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Rivers are invaluable to South East Asia

​Source: mmtimes, 26th October2017 How many different ways can you measure a river? By its length and how many countries it passes through? The volume of water flowing along its course? The number of species it supports? Perhaps the most important – and largely overlooked – measure of a river is its...
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WWF-Myanmar study aims for sustainable use of Ayeyarwady

Source: mmtimes, 24th October 2017 WWF-MYANMAR is undertaking research on the sustainable use of Ayeyarwady River that could maximize its benefits for the country's economy and people living along the coastal areas. Link:  https://www.mmtimes.com/news/wwf-myanmar-study-aims-sustainable-use-ayey...
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