A biophysical toolbox for assessment and management of land and water resources in rural catchments in northern Thailand
With rapid intensification of agricultural catchments in Northern Thailand a suite of environmental issues has surfaced. The Integrated Water Resources Assessment and Management (IWRAM) project was instigated in response to these issues. The project developed a Decision Support System (DSS) for the exploration of biophysical and socio-economic impacts of water resource use options. The IWRAM-DSS is comprised of a 'Biophysical Toolbox' that can be implemented alone and an 'Integrated Toolbox'...[Show more]
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