This link below shows the hydrological condition of the Mekong River on 23th March, 2020. Data overview showing accumulative rainfall and water level monitoring of 21 hydrological stations. Each station shows line graphs of water levels and accumulative rainfall. In particular, a comparison of current data and observed date of the year 2016 was carried out.
Infographic of SMMD 2025 hosted by Can Tho University
SDMD 2045 is an initiative established and hosted by Can Tho University to integrate national and international collaborative R&D activities. The...
Webinar: "Governance on Land Subsidence and Groundwater Management in the Vietnamese Mekong Delta with special focus on Can Tho, Hau Giang, and Vinh Long"
Responding to the United Nations Climate Change 26th Conference of the Parties (COP26) in Glasgow, United Kingdom, the DRAGON-Mekong Institute at Can...
The 1st Mekong Virtual Symposium “Response to Development and Climate Change Impacts in the Mekong River Basin - a Call for Solutions and Adaptation”
Can Tho University (CTU) in collaboration with the Vietnam Academy for Water Resources (VAWR), the United States Geological Survey (USGS), and Seoul N...
The scientific conference "Environment, Natural Resources and Climate Change" and official signing ceremony of the Memorandum of Understanding for cooperation between DRAGON-Mekong Institute, CENRes and DONRE Can Tho
On October 22nd, 2021, the Research Institue for Climate Change (DRAGON-Mekong Institute) and the College of Environmental and Natural Resources (CENR...
Stakeholders Workshop on “Strategy for Water Resources Risk Management in the ASEAN Region (COP26)”
On 21st October 2021, the Research Institute for Climate Change (DRAGON – Mekong Institute) at Can Tho University in collaboration with the University...