Water level in Mekong river drops to critically low level


Water levels in the Mekong River in Thailand have dropped to critically low levels, posing a serious threat of severe drought during the dry season.

Water levels are falling faster than in previous years due to dams in Laos and little rainfall in drainage basins, officials in Thailand’s Nakhon Phanom province said.

The three main tributaries, namely Nam Kam, Nam Songkhram and Nam Un, have water levels between 10 and 20 percent of their capacity, resulting in water scarcity for agriculture.

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