Chiang Saen - 6A for monitoring purposes

Daily observed water level and rated discharge at Chiang Saen from 1 December 2016 to 31 May 2017. The flows are compared against the 1:5, 1:10 and 1:20 ARI of the observed water level and rated discharge (1961-2010).





Discharge on 31st May 2017: ABOVE AVERAGE
Water level on 31st May 2017: NORMAL

Values of 31st May 2017:

Water level 2.43 m
MSL Water level 359.54 m-MSL
Discharge 1459.8 m3/s
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Legend

Water level 2016 / 2017
Water level 2015 / 2016
Minimum / Maximum water level (1961-2010)
Average water level (1961-2010)
Water level 1:5 ARI High
Water level 1:10 ARI High
Water level 1:20 ARI High
Zone 1: If the daily observed water level lies above the 1:5 ARI, it means “normal hydrological conditions”. There is no need for action.
Zone 2: If the daily observed water level lies between 1:5 and 1:10 ARI, it means that hydrological conditions remain “stable”. There is a need for caution.
Zone 3: If the daily observed water level lies between 1:10 and 1:20 ARI, it means that hydrological conditions are “unstable”. Investigation should be undertaken to identify the possible cause(s) and possible mitigation measures. There is a need to be on alert.
Zone 4: If the daily observed water level lies below the 1:20 ARI, it means that hydrological conditions are “severe” and the implementation of mitigating measures should be considered.

Station Location

Hydrological Stations
Name Station ID Country
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Chiang Saen 010501 Thailand
Vientiane 011901 Lao PDR
Khong Chiam 013801 Thailand
Pakse 013901 Lao PDR
Stung Treng 014501 Cambodia
Kratie 014901 Cambodia
Chrouy Changvar 019801 Cambodia
Tan Chau 019803 Viet Nam
Chau Doc 039801 Viet Nam