Le Viet Son, head of the Northern Region Water Resources Planning Department from the Institute of Water Resources Planning, talks to the newspaper Hà Nội Mới (New Hà Nội) on the need to use water sustainably in agriculture production. Water shortages loom for Hanoi as Da River dries up Lai Chau hydropower plant named an important work related to national security Hoa Binh hydropower plant situated on Da River in the northern province of Hoa Binh discharged water from one of its floodgates. — VNA/VNS Photo Thanh Hai Northern provinces have entered the monsoon season, yet the water level in many rivers, including the Da and Red rivers, remains low. Why is this? When the Hoa Binh Hydro Power Plant – some 75 km west of Hanoi – started to generate electricity in 1987, it was reported that land erosion was a big problem for many areas in the Red river basin, while the water levels in both the Red and Da river was low. Compared with the water level in the Da River – at the junction between the Thao River and the Da River – in some places was reported at between 0.51-1.96m in some places. Similar situations… Read full this story
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