Drought, Sulphate Acidifications & Saline Intrusion in Mekong Delta, Caused by the Hydro-Electric Dams in Upstream of River, and Climate Change

The hydropower dams (China, Laos, Thailand), primarily in China, are the main drivers of drought, pollution, and saltwater intrusion in the Mekong Delta, Vietnam. The water they obstruct amounts for more than 65 percent of the Mekong River basin’s overall water resources. The Mekong’s primary channel travels downstream, causing the river to dry up, causing…
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April 25, 2022 0