Tag Archives: Volume_23_Number_1

COMPARISION OF TECHNIQUES FOR LEAF AREA INDEX ESTIMATION IN ALSTONIA SCHOLARIS R.BT. PLANTATION

There are several techniques in measuring leaf area index of stand. The objective of the present study was to compare different techniques in estimating lead area index including, clip method, hemispherical photography and plant canopy analyzer (LAI 2000). The study was carried out in 3-year-old Alstonia scholoaris R.Br. Plantation at Trat Agroforestry Research Station, Muang District, Trat Province, with 3 ... Read More »

READINESS OF TAMBON ADMINISTRATION ORGANIZATIONS MEMBERS IN FOREST FIRE CONTROL AT SOI DAO DISTRICT, CHANTHABURI PROVINCE

Objectives of the study were to determine to socio-economic condition of Tambon Administration Organization and to study the socio-economic factors affecting the readiness for forest fire control of Tambon Administration Organization members at Soi Dao District, Chanthaburi Province. The designed questionnaire was used as a tool for gathering the data by interviewing 103 Tambon Administration Organization member of five Tambons ... Read More »

PLANT COMMUNITY ANALYSIS FOR NATURE INTERPRETATION DESIGNING IN THE NATURE TRAILS AT KHAO YAI NATIONAL PARK

This research was conducted to design nature interpretation in 2 nature trails at Khao Yai National Park. The study sites were Dongtew-Mhosingtoe Trail and Dongtew-Nong Pukchei Trail. Length of the two trails altogether was 4.8 kilometers. Data were collected during May 2003-June 2004. Both quantitative and quanlitative analyses of plant community along the trails were employed. Sixteen non-permanent square plots ... Read More »

MARKETING OF COFFINS IN CHACHOENGSAO PROVINCE

Objectives of the study were to examine the production and marketing of coffin in Chachoengsao province. Data was gathered by employing the designed questionnaires to interview sampled coffin producers. Results of the study indicated that in 2003 all of coffin factories in the province were classified as small firms. The main material used for coffin production were wood –based panels ... Read More »

SPECIES DIVERSITY OF EDIBLE FIGS IN THAILAND

The survey of edible figs was carried out at the local markets in various part of Thailand. There were 17 species and 2 varieties of edible figs, of which 2 species were exotic figs. The edible figs sound in the present study can be classified to 12 small trees species 3 medium trees species, and 3 shrub species. Ten fig ... Read More »

COMPARISON OF SPECIES DIVERSITY OF ANTS IN PLANT COMMUNITIES AT KHAO YAI NATIONAL PARK

Studies on species diversity of ant in plant communities of Khao Yai National Park were carried out from November 2000 to October 2001. The 4 different plant communities, including mixed deciduous forest, tropical rain forest, dry evergreen forest, and hill evergreen forest were selected. One hundred sampling plots of 30×30 cm2 were placed in each plant community. The specimens were ... Read More »

RECREATIONAL VALUE ASSESSMENT OF PHUHIN RONGKLA NATIONAL PARK BY ZONAL TRAVEL COST METHOD

The main objective of the study was to assess recreational value of Phuhin Rongkla National Park by zonal travel cost method. Data were collected by employing designed questionnaires to interview 626 tourists. Results indicated that most tourists were male (60.38%), with their first trip to the national park (57.19%), personal cars were used for transportation (85.78%), staying length was mostly ... Read More »

REPRODUCTIVE STUDIES AND FRUIT SETTING OF TEAK (TECTONA GRANDIS LINN.F.) POLLINATED BY MAJOR POLLINATORS IN THE SEED ORCHARD

       A study of some aspects of the reproductive biology of teak was conducted at 6×6 m and 12×12 m plot of Maegar seed orchard, Phayao province during April 2002-September 2003.The rate of fruit abortion and reproductive success of teak trees growing at the two spacings are not statistically different. However in terms of viable seeds and seed/ovule ratio, it ... Read More »

READINESS OF TAMBON ADMINISTRATION ORGANIZATIONS MEMBERS IN FOREST FIRE CONTROL AT SOI DAO DISTRICT, CHANTHABURI PROVINCE

Objectives of the study were to determine to socio-economic condition of Tambon Administration Organization and to study the socio-economic factors affecting the readiness for forest fire control of Tambon Administration Organization members at Soi Dao District, Chanthaburi Province. The designed questionnaire was used as a tool for gathering the data by interviewing 103 Tambon Administration Organization member of five Tambons ... Read More »

PLANT COMMUNITY ANALYSIS FOR NATURE INTERPRETATION DESIGNING IN THE NATURE TRAILS AT KHAO YAI NATIONAL PARK

This research was conducted to design nature interpretation in 2 nature trails at Khao Yai National Park. The study sites were Dongtew-Mhosingtoe Trail and Dongtew-Nong Pukchei Trail. Length of the two trails altogether was 4.8 kilometers. Data were collected during May 2003-June 2004. Both quantitative and quanlitative analyses of plant community along the trails were employed. Sixteen non-permanent square plots ... Read More »