A framework for integrated catchment assessment in northern Thailand
Experience in northern Thailand suggests that rapid commercialisation of upland catchments can have significant, and often unpredictable, social, economic and biophysical impacts. The purpose of this paper is to describe a multi-disciplinary methodology that is being used to assess water resource management in northern Thailand. The methodology identifies and integrates contributions from biophysical, economic and socio-cultural disciplines in the development of a scenario-modeling Decision...[Show more]
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