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Peer-reviewed publication • 2021

Assessment of the Impacts of Spatial Water Resource Variability on Energy Planning in the Ganges River Basin under Climate Change Scenarios

Peer-reviewed publication • 2021

Scenario-based hydrological modeling for designing climate-resilient coastal water resource management measures: lessons from Brahmani River, Odisha, eastern India

Peer-reviewed publication • 2021

“Listening to the Sounds of the Water”: Bringing Together Local Knowledge and Biophysical Data to Understand Climate-Related Hazard Dynamics

Peer-reviewed publication • 2021

Nexus between water security framework and public health: A comprehensive scientific review

Peer-reviewed publication • 2021

Phân tích tiềm năng và rào cản trong phát triển công nghệ khí sinh học xử lý chất thải chăn nuôi lợn tại Việt Nam

Peer-reviewed publication • 2021

Comprehensive determination of polychlorinated biphenyls and brominated flame retardants in surface sediment samples from Hanoi urban area, Vietnam: Contamination status, accumulation profiles, and potential ecological risks

Peer-reviewed publication • 2021

Unsubstituted and methylated PAHs in surface sediment of urban rivers in the Red River Delta (Hanoi, Vietnam): Concentrations, profiles, sources, and ecological risk assessment

Peer-reviewed publication • 2021

Transboundary air pollution reduction rapidly reflected in stream water chemistry in forested catchment on the sea of Japan coast in central Japan

Peer-reviewed publication • 2021

Comprehensive monitoring of more than 1000 organic micro-pollutants in drainage water: Case study in a rural village with end-of-life vehicle processing activities in Northern Vietnam

Project • CRRP2020-05MY-Shaw

Developing urban-rural partnerships framework to mitigate climate-induced water availability impacts on food, energy and water (FEW) security at regional level