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Optimal Allocation and Use of Water Resources in the Mekong River Basin

Multi-Country and Intersectoral Analyses (Development Economics and Policy, Bd. 20.)

by Claudia Ringler

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Published by Peter Lang Publishing .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Water And Marine Resources Management,
  • Nature,
  • Business / Economics / Finance,
  • Nature/Ecology,
  • Real Estate - General,
  • Natural Resources,
  • Decision making,
  • Economic aspects,
  • Management,
  • Mekong River Watershed,
  • Water-supply,
  • Watershed management

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages220
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11396620M
    ISBN 100820453544
    ISBN 109780820453545

      Understanding the Mekong River's hydrological conditions: A commentary note on the Eyes on Earth study This publication discusses the Mekong River’s hydrological conditions, as it attempts to offer a brief commentary on the “Monitoring the Quantity of Water Flowing Through the Upper Mekong Basin Under Natural (Unimpeded) Conditions” study by Alan Basist and Claude Williams.   This book is focused on basin allocation planning and the granting of regional water shares; that is, the allocation of water from a common resource—typically a shared river between different administrative regions. As such, it covers issues related to both surface and by:

    Optimal Allocation and Use of Water Resources in the Mekong River Basin: Multi-Country and Intersectoral Analyses (Development Economics and Policy) Jan 1, by Claudia Ringler.   This paper presents a linear programming model for optimal water allocations in a large river basin system. The model is applied to the transboundary Subernarekha River in India, which has two main stream reservoirs, two barrages, and three small command area reservoirs.

      The problem of inter-sectoral water allocation is investigated for the utilizable water in the Cauvery river basin in the state of Karnataka, India. This paper aims to maximize the total benefit of available and utilizable water while trying to ensure a certain basic water right for every individual. It also aims to meet irrigation requirements as put forward by government (central or state Author: Shivshanker Singh Patel, Parthasarathy Ramachandran. Mehmet Kucukmehmetoglu, Abdurrahman Geymen, Transboundary Water Resources Allocation under Various Parametric Conditions: The Case of the Euphrates & Tigris River Basin, Water Resources Management, /s, 28, 11, (), ().Cited by:


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Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £Author: Claudia Ringler. Optimal allocation and use of water resources in the Mekong River Basin: multi-country and intersectoral analyses. The Mekong or Kong River Basin is the largest river basin in Southeast Asia having a drainage area ofkm2 covering some portions of China, Burma, Thailand, and Vietnam, and almost the entire territories of Laos and Cambodia.

The river basin is drained by the Mekong River through a continuous stretch of 4, km length. The river enters. Request PDF | OPTIMAL WATER ALLOCATION IN THE MEKONG RIVER BASIN | The Mekong River is the dominant geo-hydrological structure in mainland Southeast Asia, originating in China and flowing through Author: Claudia Ringler.

optimal water allocation in the mekong river basin Ringler, Claudia The Mekong River is the dominant geo-hydrological structure in mainland Southeast Asia, originating in China and flowing through or bordering Myanmar, Laos, Thailand, Cambodia, and by: The model was used to distribute the Mekong River basin’s water among the riparian states during the dry season.

The optimal solution obtained lies on the Pareto Frontier. In addition, the sensitivity of the water allocation outputs to the water demand and the Cited by: 8. In this study, multi-country and intersectoral analyses of water allocation and use are carried out for the Mekong River Basin with the objective to determine tradeoffs and complementarities in water usage and strategies for the efficient allocation of water : Claudia Ringler.

This is the case in the Lancing-Mekong River Basin in recent years, especially during the dry season. More and more scholars are paying attention to build stable, equitable, and environmentally sustainable water allocation method that supports the socio-economic development in transboundary river basins.

Optimal Water Allocation under Short-Run Water Scarcity in the South Saskatchewan River Basin Journal of Water Resources Planning and Management May Perspectives on Dry-Season Water Allocation Characteristics and Resilience to Climate Change Impacts in the Chao-Phraya River Basin.

In this article, bankruptcy and bargaining games were used to construct a new weighted water allocation model. The proposed method was applied to allocate the contested water capital of the Mekong River during the dry season.

The Mekong River originates in China and flows through Myanmar, Laos, Thailand, Cambodia, and by: 8. Integrated planning approaches in large and complex river basins can help ensure effective management and equitable use of water and related resources.

This is very relevant for the Mekong River Basin and is a reason why Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) is a cornerstone of the MRC’s approach to managing planning on a basin-wide scale. Ringler, C. "Optimal Allocation and Use of Water Resources in the Mekong River Basin: Multi-Country and Intersectoral Analyses." PhD dissertation.

While in smaller basins the focus of water resources management may be on project implementation, irrigation and drainage management, water use effciency and flood operations; in larger basins, because of the greater complexity and competing interests, there is often a greater need for long-term strategic river basin planning across sectors and.

The Mekong River is the dominant geo-hydrological structure in mainland Southeast Asia, originating in China and flowing through or bordering Myanmar, Laos, Thailand, Cambodia, and Vietnam.

Whereas water resources in the wet season are more than adequate to fulfill basin needs, there are regional water shortages during the dry season, when only % of the annual flow reaches the by: Optimal water allocation in the Mekong River Basin.

By Claudia Basin with the objective to determine trade-offs and complementarities in water usage and strategies for the efficient allocation of water resources. An aggregate economic-hydrologic model for the basin is developed that allows for the analysis of water allocation and use under.

Optimal Water Allocation in the Mekong River Basin 1 Abstract The Mekong River is the dominant geo-hydrological structure in mainland Southeast Asia, originating in China and flowing through or bordering Myanmar, Laos, Thailand, Cambodia, and Vietnam.

Whereas water resources in the wet season are more than adequate to. The present study develops a simple interactive integrated water allocation model (IWAM), which can assist the planners and decision makers in optimal allocation of limited water from a storage reservoir to different user sectors, considering socio-economic, environmental and technical aspects.

IWAM comprises three modules—a reservoir operation module (ROM), an economic Cited by: In this study, multi-country and intersectoral analyses of water allocation and use are carried out for the Mekong River Basin with the objective to determine tradeoffs and complementarities in water usage and strategies for the efficient allocation of water resources.

Dissertation: Optimal Allocation and Use of Water Resources. in the Mekong River Basin: Multi-Country and Intersectoral Analyses [Completion with summa cum laude] Aug 95 - May 96 M.A.

International and Development Economics. Yale University, USA. Water Resource Models in the Mekong Basin: A Review Robyn Johnston & Matti Kummu Received: 7 October /Accepted: 27 September # Springer Science+Business Media B.V.

Abstract Development of the water resources of the Mekong Basin is the subject of intense debate both within the Mekong region and internationally. Water resources.Water Accounting in Selected Asian River Basins: Pilot Study in Cambodia. The WA+ framework also identifies the level of water stress (or the difference between water demand and water supply) by river basin.

Overall, the Tonle Sap basin endures the highest, and the coastal basin endures the lowest water stress (Table 4).strategy would be to strive for optimal basin water use benefits and then to redistribute these benefits instead of water resources. Johnston et al.

() developed the Resource Allocation Model (RAM) for the valuation of water resources demands in the Lower Mekong Basin. The model describes the valueFile Size: 1MB.