Publications

WILDLIFE IN LAO PDR - 1999 STATUS REPORT

WILDLIFE IN LAO PDR - 1999 STATUS REPORT

The 1999 Status Report is a result of collaboration between the Centre for Protected Areas and Watershed Management, IUCN - The World Conservation Union, and The Wildlife Conservation Society, supported by funding from the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ).   …  

20 Oct 2009 | Downloads - publication

FLOW - the essentials of Environmental Flow - Dyson et al

Flow - The Essentials of Environmental Flows

An environmental flow is the water regime provided within a river, wetland or coastal zone to maintain ecosystems and their benefits where there are competing water uses and where flows are regulated.    

20 Oct 2009 | Downloads - publication

Exploring Water Futures Together

Exploring Water Futures Together

This report documents the proceedings of the Mekong Region Waters Dialogue: Exploring Water Futures Together, held in Vientiane, the Lao People’s Democratic Republic on 6 and 7 July 2006.    

20 Oct 2009 | Downloads - publication

An Uncertain Future

An Uncertain Future: Biodiversity and Livelihoods

The Mekong River is one of the greatest river systems on Earth. It is ranked as the twelfth-longest river in the world and eighth in terms of annual discharge. The seasonal variation in the water level and the range of wetland habitats inundated by the Mekong River provide the source of the river system’s productivity.  

20 Oct 2009 | Downloads - publication

Siphandon Books

Siphandone: The Mekong River Under Threat

Siphandone or Four Thousand Islands encompasses a fascinating 50 Km stretch of the Mekong River consisting of the maze of extensively braided channels, islands and seasonally flooded riverine habitats and the largest complex of waterfalls in Asia.  

10 Jun 2009 | Downloads - publication

Agrobiodiversity handbook _ Cover Eng

Agrobiodiversity Handbook

The importance of biodiversity for livelihoods and agriculture is increasingly recognised worldwide. In Lao PDR this is particularly apparent where the livelihoods of farmers are heavily dependent, not only on farming, but also on wildlife and non-timber forest products (NTFPs).  

10 Jun 2009 | Downloads - publication

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