IWRM Joint Research Project MoMo III

Integrated Water Resource Management (IWRM) in Central Asia: Model region Mongolia (Phase III)

Floodplain of Kharaa River with intense deflation (on the right) and remnants of soft- and hardwood riaparian forest at Salkhit | picture: Martin Oczipka 2015

The key objective of the project is the development and implementation of strategies leading towards an integrated water resources management (IWRM) for a Mongolian model region characterized by a water scarce environment and highly dynamic and competetive uses. The model region in focus is the Kharaa river basin located in the north-east of Mongolia.

More information can be found at www.iwrm-momo.de.

Short Profile

Duration

01.06.2015
31.05.2018
Department
(Dept. 1) Ecohydrology
Research Domain
(CCRD 3) Human-aquatic-ecosystem interactions
Team
Technician
Student
Topic
Funded by

MoMo III is funded by the German Federal Ministery of Education and Research (BMBF) and supervised and supported by the Project Management Jülich (PTJ) in the framework of the "Research for Sustainable Development" (FONA) program

Contact person

Vanessa Bremerich

Technician/Lab operator
Working group
Global change effects on river ecosystems
River system modelling
Publication
2016
Jürgen Hofmann; Dooshin Tuul; Bazarradnaa Enkhtuya

Agriculture in Mongolia under pressure of agronomic nutrient imbalances and food security demands

Integrated water resources management : concept, research and implementation / Dietrich Borchardt ; Janos J.

2013
Jürgen Hofmann; Michael Rode; Philipp Theuring

Recent developments in river water quality in a typical Mongolian river basin, the Kharaa case study

Understanding freshwater quality problems in a changing world / ed. by Berit Arheimer ... - Wallingford, 2013.

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Kharaa Yeröö River Basin Atlas

The Atlas is written in Mongolian and English language, as a joint activity of IGB and its Mongolian partner IGG. The science based fundamentals of monitoring and research results of MoMo are documented and continuously updated as maps and texts for discussions with stakeholders and decision makers.

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