State of water : Cambodia
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State of water environmental issues
Cambodia + Overview
+ River Basins
+ Sea Areas
+ Groundwater
+ Drinking Water Sources
+ Enclosed Water Bodies

1. Overview
1.0. Background information
1.1. Physical geography
1.2. Topography and administrative boundaries
1.3. Weather
1.4. Hydrology
2. River Basins
2.1. Mekong River System
2.2. Tonle Sap Great Lake
2.3. The River system flowing into the Gulf of Thailand
3. Sea area
3.1. Introduction
3.2. Coastal ecosystems
3.3. Coastal resources
3.4. Other natural wonders
3.5. Fisheries
3.6. Oil and Gas
3.7. Salt pans
3.8. Medical plants
3.9. Threats to marine environment
3.10. Threats to the coastal environment
4. Groundwater
4.1. Groundwater resources
4.2. Groundwater in the study area within the Mekong River System (Takeo, Kandal, Kampong Speu, Prey Veng, Kampong Cham, Kamport, Koh Kong, and Phnom Penh Municipality)
4.3. Groundwater in the majority of provinces in the Tonle Sap sub-area
5. Drinking water sources
5.1. Introduction
5.2. Safe drinking water
5.3. Drinking water in study areas
6. Enclosed Water Bodies
Boeung Thom