- Low transboundary water flow, siltation key causes
- Low trans-boundary water flow and increased siltation are some of the foremost reasons why rivers in Bangladesh are losing navigability, said Shipping Minister Shajahan Khan at a seminar on river dredging in the capital yesterday.
- Siltation from Himalayas adding arsenic to ground water, causing cancer
- The high level of arsenic in ground water is causing and spreading cancer on either side of the Ganga in Bihar, according to experts.The most affected are the poorest of the poor. A.
- Swaziland carries out de-siltation of dam supplying water to capital
- The de-siltation exercise at Hawane Dam that supplies water to the Swazi capital Mbabane has seen more than 2,000 truckloads of silt being removed so far, APA learnt on Monday.The exercise, worth US$1.
- How will our future president solve Metro Manila's flooding problem?
- For one, urban settlers along waterways contribute to heavy siltation in our rivers. But building new structures—worsened by poor urban planning—is not the only cause of deadly floods in the metropolis.
- PH gets fresh P200-million fund for forest conservation from German dev't agency
- It also said the project intends to contribute to stabilization of the local climate, water supply for local households, and rice production in the lowlands, and will reduce siltation in coastal areas caused by erosion in the uplands.
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