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Mongolia

Main sources of information

ADB (Asian Development Bank). 2008. Country water action: Mongolia. Socializing water tariffs for cost recovery. Web Writer: Tigno C.

Batnasan, N. 2003. Freshwater issues in Mongolia. Proceeding of the National Seminar on IRBM in Mongolia, 24-25 Sept. 2003, Ulaanbaatar, p.53-61

Batsukh, N., Buyankhishig, N., Ouyn, D., Boldbaatar, Ya. After 2005. Sustainable development and groundwater resources of Mongolia.

Davaa, G., Oyunbaatar, D., Sugita, M. 2007. Surface water of Mongolia

FAO. 1999. Irrigation in Asia in figures. FAO Water Report no.18. Rome

FAO. 2001. Seed policy and programmes for the Central and Eastern European Countries, Commonwealth of Independent States and other Countries in Transition. FAO Plant Production and Protection Papers – 168.

FAO. 2003. Fisheries in irrigation systems of arid Asia: irrigation and fish production in Mongolia. FAO Fisheries Technical Paper - T430. Pg 162.

Government of Mongolia. 2010. Official website of the government organizations of Mongolia.

Mongolian River Resources. 2010. Mongolian river resources website.

Myagmarjav, D.B. & Davaa, G. 1999. Surface water of Mongolia. Interpress, Ulaanbaatar, 345 p.

Tuinhof, A. & Nemer, B. 2009. Groundwater assessment in the Gobi region. Report to the World Bank, prepared by Acacia Water.

United Nations. 2006a. The Second United Nations World Water Development Report: ‘Water, a shared responsibility’.

United Nations. 2006b. The Second United Nations World Water Development Report: Case Study: Mongolia with special reference to the Tuul River Basin

UNESCO-IHE. 2009. Dutch assistance to improve water management in Mongolia

     
   
   
             

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