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Translation of Environmental Flow Research in Cambodia (TEFRIC)
A collaborative (NERC-funded) project with the UK Centre for Ecology and Hydrology, the Institute of Technology of Cambodia and the Tonle Sap Authority (Cambodia) designed to introduce state-of-the-art environmental flow approaches to Cambodia and to initiate their application in the wider Mekong River Basin. The project will develop a documented, user-friendly open-access version of the Ecological Risk due to Flow Alteration (ERFA) code (using the R programming language). Working with hydro-ecological experts in SE Asia, ERFA will be tuned to the Cambodia situation using a wide range of projections of future Mekong River discharge provided by UCL-based hydrological modelling studies. Cambodian-specific scenarios will be developed in collaboration with local stakeholders with interests in water resources management and aquatic ecology. These scenarios will be simulated through hydrological modelling. ERFA will be used to assess scenario impacts on environmental flows with an emphasis on the implications for ecosystem service delivery.
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3 External Collaborators
  • Dr Cedric Laize
    Centre for Ecology and Evolution - United Kingdom
  • Sarann Ly
    Institute of Technology of Camboidia - Cambodia
  • Hell Tony
    Tonle Sap Authority - Cambodia
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