Impacts and Land-Use Change on Hydrology of a Mountainous Watershed: Water Resource Tension in Northern Thailand
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Rattanaviwatpong will describe a study about water resource conflicts in northern Thailand. She will provide an overview of the research, including the study site, the water resource problem, research objectives, implementation, results, conclusions, and management implications.
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