Resources and Publications

Topic: Water Resources & Disasters

Brochures, Fact Sheets and Posters

Author(s): SERVIR-Mekong
Why this Project? Droughts in the Lower Mekong Region negatively impact ecosystem services, food and water security and biodiversity. These impacts are exacerbated by climate change, further…
Author(s): SERVIR-Mekong
The SERVIR-Mekong project promotes the use of publicly available satellite imagery and geospatial technologies in development work. The United States Agency for International Development (USAID), in…
Author(s): SERVIR-Mekong
SERVIR-Mekong is a USAID-NASA partnership program designed to improve environmental management and resilience to climate change in the Lower Mekong Region through the increased application of…
Author(s): SERVIR-Mekong
Why this Project? The Lower Mekong Basin is subject to extremes in streamflow conditions, including frequent flooding during the annual monsoon. Understanding and chronicling historic and current…
Author(s): SERVIR-Mekong
Rain and stream gauge data are sparse in time and space, which hampers decision making on long term planning and development. In addition, river flow data is not widely shared, especially…
Author(s): SERVIR-Mekong
Future disruptions to fire activity will threaten ecosystems and human well-being throughout the world, yet there are few fire projections at global scales and almost none from a broad range of…

Multimedia

Author(s): SERVIR-Mekong

Special Reports

Author(s): Yongyut Trisurat, Aekkapol Aekakkararungroj, Hwan-ok Ma & John M. Johnston
Abstract: Water resources support more than 60 million people in the Lower Mekong Basin (LMB) and are important for food security—especially rice production— and economic security. This study aims…

Regional

Author(s): Yongyut Trisurat, Aekkapol Aekakkararungroj, Hwan-ok Ma & John M. Johnston
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Author(s): SERVIR-Mekong
The Dam Inundation Mapping Tool: Millions of people in Southeast Asia rely on the Irrawady, Salween, Mekong and Red Rovers for fishers, agriculture, electricity, and drinking water. This infographic…
Author(s): SERVIR-Mekong
Why this Project? Droughts in the Lower Mekong Region negatively impact ecosystem services, food and water security and biodiversity. These impacts are exacerbated by climate change, further…
Author(s): SERVIR-Mekong
The SERVIR-Mekong project promotes the use of publicly available satellite imagery and geospatial technologies in development work.
Author(s): SERVIR-Mekong
SERVIR-Mekong is a USAID-NASA partnership program designed to improve environmental management and resilience to climate change in the Lower Mekong Region through the increased application of…
Author(s): SERVIR-Mekong
Why this Project? The Lower Mekong Basin is subject to extremes in streamflow conditions, including frequent flooding during the annual monsoon. Understanding and chronicling historic and current…
Author(s): SERVIR-Mekong
Rain and stream gauge data are sparse in time and space, which hampers decision making on long term planning and development. In addition, river flow data is not widely shared, especially…
Author(s): SERVIR-Mekong
Future disruptions to fire activity will threaten ecosystems and human well-being throughout the world, yet there are few fire projections at global scales and almost none from a broad range of…
Author(s): Yongyut Trisurat, Aekkapol Aekakkararungroj, Hwan-ok Ma & John M. Johnston
Abstract:
Author(s): SERVIR-Mekong
The Dam Inundation Mapping Tool: Millions of people in Southeast Asia rely on the Irrawady, Salween, Mekong and Red Rovers for fishers, agriculture, electricity, and drinking water. This infographic…
Author(s): SERVIR-Mekong
Why this Project? Droughts in the Lower Mekong Region negatively impact ecosystem services, food and water security and biodiversity. These impacts are exacerbated by climate change, further…
Author(s): SERVIR-Mekong
The SERVIR-Mekong project promotes the use of publicly available satellite imagery and geospatial technologies in development work.
Author(s): SERVIR-Mekong
SERVIR-Mekong is a USAID-NASA partnership program designed to improve environmental management and resilience to climate change in the Lower Mekong Region through the increased application of…
Author(s): SERVIR-Mekong
Why this Project? The Lower Mekong Basin is subject to extremes in streamflow conditions, including frequent flooding during the annual monsoon. Understanding and chronicling historic and current…
Author(s): SERVIR-Mekong
Rain and stream gauge data are sparse in time and space, which hampers decision making on long term planning and development. In addition, river flow data is not widely shared, especially…
Author(s): SERVIR-Mekong
Future disruptions to fire activity will threaten ecosystems and human well-being throughout the world, yet there are few fire projections at global scales and almost none from a broad range of…