Community-based Wetland Management in Northern Thailand
This paper aims to identify ecological characteristics of wetlands, resource uses and management issues, and to promote sustainable wetland management through the participation of local stakeholders in the planning process.
||Wetland Inventory Approach (AWI), Participatory Planning, Community-Based Conservation, Strategic Management, Thailand, Wetland
International Journal of Environmental, Cultural, Economic and Social Sustainability, Volume 2, Issue 1, pp.49-62.
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Dr. Yongyut Trisurat is Assistant Professor Forestry at Kasetsart University in Thailand. He obtained his Ph.D. in Natural Resources Conservation at Asian Institute of Technology in Bangkok in 1997 and was a Research Fellow at the Institute of Geography, Freie University Berlin in 1995, as well as a Fulbright Visiting Scholar affiliated with the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Management, University of Hawaii at Manoa and the East-West Center in 2005. He worked for ten years as a park official for the Royal Forest Department. Dr. Trisurat has been involved in several international projects funded by ADB, CIDA, DANIDA and ITTO related to protected areas, biodiversity conservation, GIS, and wetlands.
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