WORLD NEWS SUPERFAST
China News – The Mekong Dam Monitor open-source online platform aims to provide regular updates on water levels at dozens of dams along the length of the river. According to information received by World News Superfast, partially funded by Washington, it also includes eyes on Earth. The US company whose April study found that Chinese dams contributed to the drought in the region.
The purpose of the Washington-sponsored program is to monitor the state of the Mekong River
According to information received by World News Superfast, when it officially starts on Tuesday, the US-China relationship will worsen. Mekong Dong Monitor is an open-source online platform. Which promises to provide weekly updates, using remote sensing and satellite imagery, at reservoir levels at 13 dams along the main stretch of the Mekong. As well as power generation capacity over 200 tributaries on 15 tributaries.
After years of frustration with China comes riverbank countries
It further intends to disseminate the weekly visualization and analysis of the upper Mekong on the Cascade of China 11 dam, according to its website. According to information received by World News Superfast, according to its website, data on temperature, snow cover, rainfall and other indicators along the full course of the river. The tank’s Southeast Asia Program and Eyes on Earth Inc., a collaborative project of the Washington-based Stimson Center, is an American research and consulting company specializing in water. Which comes after years of frustration with China from the riverside countries. There is a lack of transparency with China.
It is slated to launch in a virtual event on Tuesday.
David Stilwell, US Assistant Secretary for the Bureau of State for East Asia and Pacific Affairs, will deliver a keynote address – a few weeks after the launch of a similar Chinese initiative aimed at tackling climate, according to information received by World News Superfast. Changes and natural disasters to show “China’s goodwill and honesty as an honest neighbor”, according to state media reports. Earlier, Beijing had only publicized flood season information, but vowed to unveil the Lansang-Mekong Water Resources Cooperation information sharing platform to share water-related data as well as November.
Mekong dong monitor according to its website
With ongoing, transparent and evidence-based monitoring, the Mekong seeks to counter inaccurate statements about the status and operation of dams and reservoirs in the basin and the flow of water. China’s information-sharing platform, by contrast, provided infinite updates only from the Chinese dam bordering with Thailand, according to information received by World News Superfast, Brian Eyler, Southeast Asia of the Stimson Center and Energy, Water and Sustainability Project Lead for Monitor and Director of Programs.
The new Chinese website provides daily river level information for a gauge located just below the dam on the river
According to information received by the World News Superfast, river level data and dam operation data are completely different indicators. He said data on the operational knowledge of the 11 dam waterfalls of China, including the upper Mekong, upstream reservoir status and water flow availability, are still kept inside a black box. It was too early to tell if the Chinese platform would offer reliable forecasts and early warnings of the impending floods and droughts at its launch last month, Ailer said, because these systems, apparently, have not yet been used.
4,350 km Mekong originates in China
Where it is known as the Lansang River before walking through Cambodia, Laos, Thailand, Myanmar and Vietnam. According to information received by the World News Superfast, it is dependent on living with more than 60 million people along its length. Over the years, China’s hydropower stations on the upper Mekong have been blamed for damaging the environment, damaging the livelihoods of those living below. Floods and droughts are being caused. Beijing has denied.