Tag Archives: Volume_33

Analysis of land use change, root causes and potential impacts of the Lower Num Samun Sub-watershed of Nan Province

Current changes in agricultural way have resulted in serious problems of misuse of land increasingly. While the technical information to find causes, factors, and important driving forces as a motive for changing agricultural way have not much. Therefore, the aims of this study were to analyze land use change and to find out the root causes and potential impacts of ... Read More »

Opinions of Para Rubber Tree Growerson their Enterprise in Phayao Province

The objectives of this study were to determine the socio-economic condition, opinions levels and factors affecting the people opinions on para rubber tree growers on their enterprise in Phayao province. The using data was collected and designed questionnaires 354 respondents. The statistical used in data analysis were percent, mean, maximum, minimum and testing the hypothesis by employing a t-test and ... Read More »

People Opinions on Thailand’s Wild Elephant Food Security Fund (TEFS): A Case Study of Khlong Khrua Wai Chalerm Pra Kiet Wildlife Sanctuary, Chanthaburi Province

Theobjectives of this study were to determine the socio and economic conditions, opinion levels and factors affecting the people opinions on Thailand’s Wild Elephant Food Security Fund. The data collected by using the designed questionnaires were interviewed 337 the respondents. The obtained data were analyzed and represent in term of the statistical values of percentage, mean, maximum, minimum, standard deviation ... Read More »

Marketing and Financial Analysis of the Investment of Aquilaria crassna Plantation at Rayong Province

The objectives of this study were to determine the marketing and financial analysis of the investment at Aquilaria crassna plantation in Rayong province. The using data was collected by employing the designed questionnaire to interview 120 Aquilaria crassna growers. Statistical analysis methods employed for the data analysis were percentage, mean, minimum, maximum, benefit-cost ratio (B/C), net present value (NPV), and ... Read More »

Bio-Forest Assessment and Carbon Storage Potential of Melaleuca Forest in the Community Forest of Thung Bang Nok Ohk in the Lower Songkhla Lake Basin

This survey study was conducted to assess the condition of the Melaleuca forest and the carbon storage capacity of Melaleuca Cajuputi trees in the community forest of Thung Bang Nok Ohk, Tambon Khuan So, Khuan Niang District, Songkhla Province in which the study areas were community forests in Mu 8, Ban Suan, and Mu 11, Ban Bo Wa.  The study found that Thung Bang ... Read More »

The Design of Nature Interpretation Program of the Hiking Trail In Phu Luang Wildlife Sanctuary

This study aims to assess potential of recreation resources and design interpretation program base on wild orchid resources for the Loan Tae Hiking Trail, approximately 12.60 kilometers. The data were collected from October 2011 to September 2012. The assessment of recreation resources was determined using 11 indicators. A weighed score equation was used to evaluate the potential of recreation resources ... Read More »

Prioritizing Forest Complexes of Thailand Using Landscape Metrics

Conservation planning and protected area management at a regional landscape level require indepth understanding of landscape structure and adequate spatial information support. They can potentially be served as tools to support land managers’ decision making. This study focused on investigating of landscape composition and configuration of the 17 terrestrial forest complexes of Thailand using nine landscape metrices based on various ... Read More »

Growth and Yield of Teak (Tectona grandis Linn.) under Different Regeneration Methods In Khun Mae KhumMee Plantation, Phrae Province

Growth and yield of teak under the different regeneration methods was studied at Khun Mae Khum Mee Plantation, Rongkwang District, Phrae Province. The objective of this study were to compare growth and yield of teak under the different regeneration methods. e.g. stump planting and coppicing in the second rotation of 1-12 year-old of teak at 4m x 4m in spacing. ... Read More »

Application Development for Predicting Fire Spread Rate in Deciduous Dipterocarp Forest at Huai Kha Khaeng Wildlife Sanctuary, Uthai Thani Province

The application development for predicting fire direction and fire spread in deciduous dipterocarp forest at Huai Kha Khaeng wildlife sanctuary, Uthai Thani province. The objective was to find relation of Wiriya (2009) model and cellular automata (CA) model, prepare data of Huai Kha Khaeng wildlife sanctuary as spatial data, and develop application for predicting fire direction and fire spread from ... Read More »

Leaf Anatomical Characteristics of the Eucalyptus Clones Tolerating to Gall Wasp (Leptocybe invasa Fisher & LaSalle)

Leptocybe invasa, a gall wasp, is a devastating of Eucalyptus plantation in Thailand and other countries. The study was to determine the Eucalyptus tolerant and susceptible to gall wasp. Six Eucalyptus clones were selected, H4 and T5 were tolerant clones while K7, K25, K51 and CT76 were gall wasp susceptible clones. Rooted cutting material of H4 and CT76 were from ... Read More »