Yangon focuses on creating growth opportunities, raising living standards

Author  De Vilder, L.H. Contributors Rutten, M.M. (mentor) Download Link : https://repository.tudelft.nl/islandora/object/uuid:eab22a8e-bc93-4c68-a4df-02c3aa586dea/datastream/OBJ/download

Scoping study of `Coastal Squeeze' phenomenon, Ayeyarwady Delta, Myanmar

Author Kroon, M.E.N. Rip, J. Contributors Stive, M.J.F. (mentor) Rutten, M.M. (mentor) Abstract Coastal squeeze is defined as the reduction in the space of coastal habitats to operate [1] and it is an important cause for (amongst others) coastline retreat, an increase in flood risk and salinity intr...
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Myanmar devises roadmap for expansion of Yangon city

Author Attema, Y.H. Hendriks, H.C.M. Contributor Van Prooijen, B.C. (mentor) Abstract In 2013 and 2014, a hydrodynamic model for the Ayeyarwady delta was developed. This delta is located in the Southwestern part of Myanmar. Because it is prone to flooding and is also affected by salt intrusion durin...
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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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Release of water via spillways does not mean dams have been damaged

Author Kwant, M.D.   Contributors De Vries, S. (mentor) Rutten, M.M. (mentor) Delft University of Technology Abstracts he objective of this thesis was analyzing and evaluating different sources of wave data. Wave data from two hindcasts, satellite altimetry and wave buoys were compared with eac...
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River sand extraction has adverse impacts on the rivers: WWF

Author   de Ridder, M.P. Contributors Wang, Z.B. (mentor) Rutten, M.M. (mentor) Delft University of Technology Abstracts A 2Dnumericalmodel is set-up for the tidal bore in the Sittaung River. This model is used to analyse the effect of the bottom friction, bathymetry, tidal range and river disc...
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Masonry training so communities can build sanitary latrines in Myanmar

Author Bakker, Tije (TU Delft Civil Engineering and Geosciences; TU Delft Hydraulic Engineering)  Contributors Rutten, Martine (mentor) Sloff, Kees (mentor) Delft University of Technology Abstracts Delft University of Technology The Ayeyarwady River (also called Irrawaddy River) is the most imp...
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FDA suspends around 40 bottled water operations in Yangon

Author Hatun, Zeynep (TU Delft Technology, Policy and Management)   Contributors van Beers, Cees (graduation committee) van Hulst, Bart (mentor) Kroesen, Otto (mentor) Delft University of Technology Abstract Healthcare services in the developing countries are suffering from lack of equipment, e...
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Prototype low cost acoustic automatic online water level sensor made from off the shelf components

Author van Iersel, Tara (TU Delft Civil Engineering and Geosciences; TU Delft Water Management; TU Delft Water Resources)   Contributors Hoes, Olivier (mentor) Hut, Rolf (mentor) van de Giesen, Nick (graduation committee) Timmermans, Jos (graduation committee) Delft University of Technology Abs...
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Stockholm Environmental Institute’s partnership with key Myanmar water agency to boost environmental research

Author van den Berg, Jelle Jacobus (TU Delft Civil Engineering and Geosciences; TU Delft Water Management) Contributors Rutten, Martine (mentor) de Vries, Sierd (mentor) Delft University of Technology Abstract Coastal erosion in Myanmar causes the coastline to retreat, which increases the flood risk...
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Heavy rains wash out portions of highway in Rakhine State

Author: de Iongh, Zilver (TU Delft Civil Engineering and Geosciences; TU Delft Water Management) Delft University of Technology Date: 2017-10-22 Abstract The beach at Ngapali, Myanmar is eroding, resulting in a shoreline which moves landward. The coastline gets closer to the vegetation each year and...
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Capacity Building & Innovation in IWRM

This presentation by Delft University of Technology in Myanmar show that what they do in Myanmar. Academic Research for PhD, MSc and BSc, Trainings for Professionals, Capacity Building and Water innovations with inspirable themes can be read.     Download PDF File Here

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