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Peer-reviewed publication • 2023

Spatial and temporal variations and risk assessment of heavy metal fractions in sediments of the Pearl River Estuary, Southern China

Peer-reviewed publication • 2023

A case study on regional arsenic sources and its distribution in Mekong River groundwater

Report • 2023

Project final report: Integrated assessment of existing practices and development of pathways for the effective integration of nature-based water treatment in urban areas in Sri Lanka, the Philippines, and Vietnam

Peer-reviewed publication • 2023

Future changes in mean and extreme precipitation over Peninsular Malaysia using CORDEX-SEA 5 km simulations

Peer-reviewed publication • 2023

Climate-smart agriculture strategies for South Asia to address the challenges of climate change: Identification of climate-resilient agriculture practices for India, Bangladesh, and Afghanistan

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Perspective • 31 October 2023

Achievements, challenges, opportunities and the importance of regional collaboration: Perspective from an APN project on nature-based solutions for urban water treatment

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Perspective • 30 October 2023

Women and atmospheric connections

News Item • 26 October 2023

Certificate of appreciation from the Mayor of Bayawan City awarded to APN for its funding to conduct a project on nature-based solutions (NbS) for water treatment

Peer-reviewed publication • 2023

Climate change impacts on spatiotemporal variation of extreme weather and its consequences on dam optimisation and risk management in the Cagayan basin, Philippines

Figure 3: Physical training at Johor Bahru Malaysia in December 2022 when ECS presented their research findings.

Perspective • 18 October 2023

Asia-wide capacity building workshops for Early-Career Scientists on ocean-climate change resilience with remote sensing technology