Tag Archives: Volume_29_Number_2

TRAFFIC CIRCULATION MANAGEMENT IN KHAO YAI NATIONAL PARK

The objectives of this research were to study physical characteristics of road circulation, the maximum carrying capacity of road and parking areas, the current usage of road and parking areas as well as visitors and park personnel’s opinions toward circulation management of KhaoYaiNational Park.  The physical characteristics and road use survey were done at main and secondary roads and nine ... Read More »

Particleboard from Agarwood (Aquilaria spp.) Residual

Particleboard productions from non-induced and distilled agarwood resides were studied. Particleboard were produced at density of 0.65 g/cm3, used resin in surface layer of 8, 10 and 12% and core layer 6, 8 and 10% by oven dry weight. Particleboard were pressed at temperature of 140, 150, 160 and 180˚C with specific pressure of 41 kg/cm2. Finished particleboard were tested ... Read More »

CHEMICAL PROPERTIES OF BUR-FLOWER TREE (COMPARATIVE STUDY)

Anthocephalus chinensis is a perennial plant with a large shrubby round crown. The branch is almost perpendicular to the trunk and the leaves are large.  It can grow well in moist, warm, and swampy areas. It can grow fast in the first period; therefore, it was promoted as agro-forestry crops. The purpose of this research is to study the chemical ... Read More »

Socio-economic Potential of Bur-flower Tree (Anthocephalus chinensis) and Investment Opportunity of Forest Plantation

Objective of the study on socio-economic potential of Bur-flower tree (Anthocephalus chinensis (Lam.) A. Rich ex Walp.) and investment opportunity of forest plantation  were to determine the current situation of production and marketing system as well as financial return from the forest plantation investment through sensivity analysis. The study emphasized on every stages of the integrated enterprise, starting from seed ... Read More »

The Second Generation of Eucalyptus camaldulensis Dehnh. Progeny Test at Wang Nam Khiao Forestry Student Training Station

The study examined the growth and desirable traits of the second generation of Eucalyptus camaldulensis Dehnh. progeny test at the Wang Nam Khiao Forestry Student Training Station, Wang Nam Khiao district, Nakhon Ratchasima province. The objective of this study to selected the best family which fast growth, derirable traits and high heritability value. The experimental design in Latinized row-column design, ... Read More »

Effects of Some Properties of Large Termite Mound Soils on Vegetation Pattern in the Dry Dipterocarp Forest at Mae Ping National Park, Lumphun Province

The effect of some properties of large termite mound (TM) soils on vegetation pattern (composition and structure) in the dry dipterocarp forest (DDF) was conducted at MaePingNational Park, Li District, LumphunProvince during July 2008 to June 2009. Vegetation sampling was carried out at 15 termite mounds. The canonical correspondence analysis (CCA) was used to investigate the influence of TM soils ... Read More »

Dynamics of Species Composition over 16 years in the Long-term Dynamic Plots of Sakaerat Deciduous Dipterocarp Forest, Northeast Thailand

Species composition (DBH ≥ 4.5 cm) of deciduous dipterocarp forest in Sakaerat during the 16-year period exhibit changes contemporaneously by adding new tree species and losing some initial tree species in the 4 stands as the result of tree death and recruitment. Losses of the initial tree species permanently are 5, 3, 1 and 1 species while new tree species ... Read More »

The Relationship of some Physical Factors with Ants at Huay Khayeng Thong Pha Phum District, Kanchanaburi Province

The relationship of ants of some physical factors was studies at Huay Khayeng.Thong Pha Phum District, KanchanaburiProvince.  The objective focused on relationship of some physical factors with ants. Ants were collected by 4 methods; 1) plant litter sifting 2) honey bait trap 3) hand collecting and 4) soil samples. Physical  factor  were collected to 4 factor ; 1) soil moisture ... Read More »