Enhancing capacities of riparian professionals to address and resolve transboundary issues in international river basins: experiences from the Lower Mekong River Basin

published on September 2012
This paper analyzes the design and impact of capacity building programs aimed at enhancing the capacity of riparian professionals to address and resolve transboundary issues - Read More…

Authors

W. Douven, M. L. Mul, B. Fernández-Álvarez, S. Lam Hung, N. Bakker, G. Radosevich, and P. van der Zaag

Publication Date

September 2012

Publication Name

Hydrology and Earth System Sciences

Topics

capacity building, transboundary management, Mekong River Commission

The Mekong Fish Network: Expanding the Capacity of the People and Institutions of the Mekong River Basin To Share Information and Conduct Standardized Fisheries Monitoring

published on December 2012
A report summarizing the outcomes of a meeting that FISHBIO and the U.S. Geological Survey convened in 2012 to bring together fish researchers from 20 - Read More…

Authors

Patricio, H.C., S.M. Ainsley, M.E. Andersen, J.W. Beeman, and D.A. Hewitt

Publication Date

December 2012

Topics

Mekong River, capacity building, collaboration

Mekong River Commission Catch & Culture – Vol. 18, No. 2

published on August 2012
This edition looks at trans-boundary fisheries cooperation between Cambodia and Viet Nam and identifies pathways for fisheries-related information in Cambodia. It also examines the challenges - Read More…

Authors

Mekong River Commission

Publication Date

August 2012

Topics

trans-boundary fisheries management, information pathways, community fisheries, gender,  deep pools, floods

The Impacts of Dams on the Fisheries of the Mekong (multiple languages)

published on 2012
A comprehensive literature review on current state of knowledge on the impacts of dams on Mekong fisheries. Covers 'fisheries basics', impact of dams on fish - Read More…

Authors

Pukinskis, I. and Geheb, K.

Publication Date

2012

Publication Name

State of Knowledge Series 1, Challenge Program on Water and Food.

Topics

fisheries, dams, aquaculture, governance, hydropower, watermanagement,