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Mekong River Dam Threat - Vietnam(44 images)

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  • Neighbors gather for lunch on their boat house on the Hau Giang River, a tributary of the Mekong River, in Chau Doc, in the An Giang Province, Vietnam. Most of the family members are fishermen and have lived on the river for most of their lives. When the Mekong River reaches Vietnam it splits into two smaller riveres. The "Tien Giang", which means "upper river" and the "Hau Giang", which means "lower river". Photo taken on Monday, December 7, 2009. Kevin German / Luceo Images
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  • Ha, 35, watches boat traffic go by her boat house on the Hau Giang River, a tributary of the Mekong River, in Chau Doc, in the An Giang Province, Vietnam. When the Mekong River reaches Vietnam it splits into two smaller riveres. The "Tien Giang", which means "upper river" and the "Hau Giang", which means "lower river". Photo taken on Monday, December 7, 2009. Kevin German / Luceo Images
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  • Son, 57, makes a fishing net on the porch of his boat house on the Hau Giang River, a tributary of the Mekong River, in Chau Doc, in the An Giang Province, Vietnam. The fishing net will take five hours to complete. When the Mekong River reaches Vietnam it splits into two smaller riveres. The "Tien Giang", which means "upper river" and the "Hau Giang", which means "lower river". Photo taken on Monday, December 7, 2009. Kevin German / Luceo Images
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  • Son, 57, makes a fishing net on the porch of his boat house on the Hau Giang River, a tributary of the Mekong River, in Chau Doc, in the An Giang Province, Vietnam. The fishing net will take five hours to complete. When the Mekong River reaches Vietnam it splits into two smaller riveres. The "Tien Giang", which means "upper river" and the "Hau Giang", which means "lower river". Photo taken on Monday, December 7, 2009. Kevin German / Luceo Images
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  • Son, 57, makes a fishing net on the porch of his boat house on the Hau Giang River, a tributary of the Mekong River, in Chau Doc, in the An Giang Province, Vietnam. The fishing net will take five hours to complete. When the Mekong River reaches Vietnam it splits into two smaller riveres. The "Tien Giang", which means "upper river" and the "Hau Giang", which means "lower river". Photo taken on Monday, December 7, 2009. Kevin German / Luceo Images
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  • Mot, 17, fishes for smaller fish on the Hau Giang River, a tributary of the Mekong River, in Chau Doc, in the An Giang Province, Vietnam. When the Mekong River reaches Vietnam it splits into two smaller riveres. The "Tien Giang", which means "upper river" and the "Hau Giang", which means "lower river". Photo taken on Monday, December 7, 2009. Kevin German / Luceo Images
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  • Mot, 17, fishes for smaller fish on the Hau Giang River, a tributary of the Mekong River, in Chau Doc, in the An Giang Province, Vietnam. When the Mekong River reaches Vietnam it splits into two smaller riveres. The "Tien Giang", which means "upper river" and the "Hau Giang", which means "lower river". Photo taken on Monday, December 7, 2009. Kevin German / Luceo Images
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  • Mot, 17, fishes for smaller fish on the Hau Giang River, a tributary of the Mekong River, in Chau Doc, in the An Giang Province, Vietnam. When the Mekong River reaches Vietnam it splits into two smaller riveres. The "Tien Giang", which means "upper river" and the "Hau Giang", which means "lower river". Photo taken on Monday, December 7, 2009. Kevin German / Luceo Images
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  • Tuan, 16, steers the boat while his father fishes on the Hau Giang River, a tributary of the Mekong River, in Chau Doc, in the An Giang Province, Vietnam. When the Mekong River reaches Vietnam it splits into two smaller riveres. The "Tien Giang", which means "upper river" and the "Hau Giang", which means "lower river". Photo taken on Monday, December 7, 2009. Kevin German / Luceo Images
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  • A father takes his daughter to school on the Hau Giang River, a tributary of the Mekong River, in Chau Doc, in the An Giang Province, Vietnam. When the Mekong River reaches Vietnam it splits into two smaller riveres. The "Tien Giang", which means "upper river" and the "Hau Giang", which means "lower river". Photo taken on Monday, December 7, 2009. Kevin German / Luceo Images
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  • A Vietnamese woman sells drinks to fishermen on the Hau Giang River, a tributary of the Mekong River, in Chau Doc, in the An Giang Province, Vietnam. When the Mekong River reaches Vietnam it splits into two smaller riveres. The "Tien Giang", which means "upper river" and the "Hau Giang", which means "lower river". Photo taken on Monday, December 7, 2009. Kevin German / Luceo Images
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  • A Vietnamese woman sells drinks to fishermen on the Hau Giang River, a tributary of the Mekong River, in Chau Doc, in the An Giang Province, Vietnam. When the Mekong River reaches Vietnam it splits into two smaller riveres. The "Tien Giang", which means "upper river" and the "Hau Giang", which means "lower river". Photo taken on Monday, December 7, 2009. Kevin German / Luceo Images
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  • Sa, 45, looks for the right current to cast out his fishing net on the Hau Giang River, a tributary of the Mekong River, in Chau Doc, in the An Giang Province, Vietnam. When the Mekong River reaches Vietnam it splits into two smaller riveres. The "Tien Giang", which means "upper river" and the "Hau Giang", which means "lower river". Photo taken on Monday, December 7, 2009. Kevin German / Luceo Images
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  • Sa, 45, looks for the right current to cast out his fishing net on the Hau Giang River, a tributary of the Mekong River, in Chau Doc, in the An Giang Province, Vietnam. When the Mekong River reaches Vietnam it splits into two smaller riveres. The "Tien Giang", which means "upper river" and the "Hau Giang", which means "lower river". Photo taken on Monday, December 7, 2009. Kevin German / Luceo Images
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  • Sa, 45, casts a net out for fish on the Hau Giang River, a tributary of the Mekong River, in Chau Doc, in the An Giang Province, Vietnam. When the Mekong River reaches Vietnam it splits into two smaller riveres. The "Tien Giang", which means "upper river" and the "Hau Giang", which means "lower river". Photo taken on Monday, December 7, 2009. Kevin German / Luceo Images
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  • The Hau Giang River, a tributary of the Mekong River, in Chau Doc, in the An Giang Province, Vietnam. When the Mekong River reaches Vietnam it splits into two smaller riveres. The "Tien Giang", which means "upper river" and the "Hau Giang", which means "lower river". Photo taken on Monday, December 7, 2009. Kevin German / Luceo Images
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  • River people buy small salt-water seafood to feed their fresh-water fish farms on the Hau Giang River, a tributary of the Mekong River, in Chau Doc, in the An Giang Province, Vietnam. When the Mekong River reaches Vietnam it splits into two smaller riveres. The "Tien Giang", which means "upper river" and the "Hau Giang", which means "lower river". Photo taken on Monday, December 7, 2009. Kevin German / Luceo Images
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  • Kim Yen, 36, bathes with her two daughters, Yen, 4, left, and Thuy, 5, on the Hau Giang River, a tributary of the Mekong River, in Chau Doc, in the An Giang Province, Vietnam. When the Mekong River reaches Vietnam it splits into two smaller riveres. The "Tien Giang", which means "upper river" and the "Hau Giang", which means "lower river". Photo taken on Monday, December 7, 2009. Kevin German / Luceo Images
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  • Sao, 49, washes his bicycle in the Hau Giang River, a tributary of the Mekong River, in Chau Doc, in the An Giang Province, Vietnam. When the Mekong River reaches Vietnam it splits into two smaller riveres. The "Tien Giang", which means "upper river" and the "Hau Giang", which means "lower river". Photo taken on Monday, December 7, 2009. Kevin German / Luceo Images
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  • A boy paddles through the river neigborhood on the Hau Giang River, a tributary of the Mekong River, in Chau Doc, in the An Giang Province, Vietnam. When the Mekong River reaches Vietnam it splits into two smaller riveres. The "Tien Giang", which means "upper river" and the "Hau Giang", which means "lower river". Photo taken on Monday, December 7, 2009. Kevin German / Luceo Images
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  • Son, 12, bathes himself in the Hau Giang River, a tributary of the Mekong River, in Chau Doc, in the An Giang Province, Vietnam. When the Mekong River reaches Vietnam it splits into two smaller riveres. The "Tien Giang", which means "upper river" and the "Hau Giang", which means "lower river". Photo taken on Monday, December 7, 2009. Kevin German / Luceo Images
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  • A man crosses the Hau Giang River, a tributary of the Mekong River, with his bicycle in Chau Doc, in the An Giang Province, Vietnam. When the Mekong River reaches Vietnam it splits into two smaller riveres. The "Tien Giang", which means "upper river" and the "Hau Giang", which means "lower river". Photo taken on Monday, December 7, 2009. Kevin German / Luceo Images
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  • Uyen, 49, a boat taxi operator, rows through a river neighborhood on the Hau Giang River, a tributary of the Mekong River, in Long Xuyen, the capital of An Giang Province, Vietnam. Uyen has operated a boat taxi for almost 20 years. When the Mekong River reaches Vietnam it splits into two smaller riveres. The "Tien Giang", which means "upper river" and the "Hau Giang", which means "lower river". Photo taken on Monday, December 8, 2009. Kevin German / Luceo Images
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  • Uyen, 49, a boat taxi operator, rows through a river neighborhood on the Hau Giang River, a tributary of the Mekong River, in Long Xuyen, the capital of An Giang Province, Vietnam. Uyen has operated a boat taxi for almost 20 years. When the Mekong River reaches Vietnam it splits into two smaller riveres. The "Tien Giang", which means "upper river" and the "Hau Giang", which means "lower river". Photo taken on Monday, December 8, 2009. Kevin German / Luceo Images
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  • Uyen, 49, a boat taxi operator, rows through a river neighborhood on the Hau Giang River, a tributary of the Mekong River, in Long Xuyen, the capital of An Giang Province, Vietnam. Uyen has operated a boat taxi for almost 20 years. When the Mekong River reaches Vietnam it splits into two smaller riveres. The "Tien Giang", which means "upper river" and the "Hau Giang", which means "lower river". Photo taken on Monday, December 8, 2009. Kevin German / Luceo Images
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