University Network for Wetland Training in the Mekong Region

Tran Triet, University of Science, Vietnam; Sansanee Choowaew, Mahidol University, Thailand and Duong Van Ni, Can Tho University, Vietnam

Wetlands are important eco- systems that support vital ecological functions and provide valuable products and ser- vices for human activities. The role of wetlands in the Earth’s ecological functions has been well documented and widely accepted. Inspite of their importance, wetlands worldwide have been subjected to misuse and abuse. Large areas of wetlands have been lost, mostly to agricul- tural development, and many of the remnants are heavily degraded due to the combined effects of pollution, over-exploitation, and mismanagement. Conserving wetland resources through a better understanding of wetland ecology and the application of ecologically sound management is urgently needed.

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Persistent Organic Pollutants in Wetlands of the Mekong Basin

Tran Triet, Jeb Anthony Barzen, Sansanee Choowaew, Jon Michael Engels, Duong Van Ni, Nguyen Anh Mai, Khamla Inkhavilay, Kim Soben, Rath Sethik, Bhuvadol Gomotean, Le Xuan Thuyen, Aung Kyi, Nguyen Huy Du, Richard Nordheim, Ho Si Tung Lam, Dorn M. Moore, and Scott Wilson

 

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Duong Van Ni

CEO, Wetland University Network (WUN)

College of Natural Resource Management

T: +84 909 987 887

E: duongvani@gmail.com

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