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Mekong River Dam Threat - Vietnam(44 images)

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  • The Hau Giang River, a tributary of the Mekong River, in Long Xuyen, the capital of 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 8, 2009. Kevin German / Luceo Images
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  • Boats dock at a gas station on the Hau Giang River, a tributary of the Mekong River, in Long Xuyen, the capital of 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 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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  • A woman harvests a grass vegetable called "co xuoc" on the Hau Giang River, a tributary of the Mekong River, in Long Xuyen, the capital of 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 8, 2009. Kevin German / Luceo Images
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  • A woman harvests a grass vegetable called "co xuoc" on the Hau Giang River, a tributary of the Mekong River, in Long Xuyen, the capital of 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 8, 2009. Kevin German / Luceo Images
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  • A woman harvests a grass vegetable called "co xuoc" on the Hau Giang River, a tributary of the Mekong River, in Long Xuyen, the capital of 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 8, 2009. Kevin German / Luceo Images
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  • Vietnamese traders sell coconuts at a floating market on the Hau Giang River, a tributary of the Mekong River, in Long Xuyen, the capital of 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 8, 2009. Kevin German / Luceo Images
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  • Vietnamese traders sell coconuts at a floating market on the Hau Giang River, a tributary of the Mekong River, in Long Xuyen, the capital of 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 8, 2009. Kevin German / Luceo Images
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  • River people unload "dua nuoc" water coconuts, which are grown in the river, on the Hau Giang River, a tributary of the Mekong River, in Long Xuyen, the capital of 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 8, 2009. Kevin German / Luceo Images
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  • Women sell fresh river fish and crab at a market in Long Xuyen, the capital of 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 8, 2009. Kevin German / Luceo Images
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  • Women sell fresh river fish and crab at a market in Long Xuyen, the capital of 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 8, 2009. Kevin German / Luceo Images
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  • Women sell fresh river fish and crab at a market in Long Xuyen, the capital of 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 8, 2009. Kevin German / Luceo Images
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  • A woman cuts up fish at a market in Long Xuyen, the capital of 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 8, 2009. Kevin German / Luceo Images
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  • A school girl watches as her classmates cross the Hau Giang River, a tributary of the Mekong River, in Long Xuyen, the capital of An Giang Province, Vietnam. She was late from school and missed they ferry. 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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  • Passengers board ferries to cross the Hau Giang River, a tributary of the Mekong River, in Long Xuyen, the capital of 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 8, 2009. Kevin German / Luceo Images
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  • Passengers board ferries to cross the Hau Giang River, a tributary of the Mekong River, in Long Xuyen, the capital of 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 8, 2009. Kevin German / Luceo Images
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  • Passengers cross the Hau Giang River, a tributary of the Mekong River, by ferry in Long Xuyen, the capital of An Giang 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". Province, Vietnam. Photo taken on Monday, December 8, 2009. Kevin German / Luceo Images
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  • Passengers cross the Hau Giang River, a tributary of the Mekong River, by ferry in Long Xuyen, the capital of 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 8, 2009. Kevin German / Luceo Images
    KG_MEKONG_V...JPG
  • Passengers board ferries to cross the Hau Giang River, a tributary of the Mekong River, in Long Xuyen, the capital of 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 8, 2009. Kevin German / Luceo Images
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