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Title:Diagnosing challenges and setting priorities for sustainable water resource management under climate change 
Authors:Mohammed, I.N., J.D. Bolten, N.J. Souter, K. Shaad, and D. Vollmer 
Journal:Scientific Reports 
Volume (Issue):12 
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Broad Application Category:hydrologic only 
Primary Application Category:climate change and human activities change 
Secondary Application Category:hydropower assessment 
Watershed Description:Combined Se Kong, Se San and Sre Pok (3S) Rivers, which are tributaries of the Mekong River that drain portions of Lao PDR, Vietnam and/or Cambodia. 
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General Comments:Addressing sustainable water resources management in transboundary freshwater basins is a complex challenge, particularly when considering the compounding impacts of climate change, hydropower development, and evolving water governance paradigms. Our assessment indicates that the Lower Mekong region would be highly constrained to address sustainable water resources management unless major deficiencies in transboundary water governance, strategic planning, financial capacity, information sharing, and law enforcement are remedied in the next decade. 
Keywords:climate and earth system modeling, climate change adaptation, climate change impacts, climate change policy, environmental impacts, hydrology, sustainability