Wetland research
Online ISSN : 2434-1762
Print ISSN : 2185-4238
Development of Wetland Water Management in Bueng Takreng, Thailand
Duangrudee KOSITGITTIWONGChaiwat EKKAWATPANITSuthee CHIAWYONSINChanchai PETPONGPANPrasertsak EKKPHISUTSUNTORN
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2017 Volume 7 Pages 25-31

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The cycle of flood and drought in Thailand have become a serious problem recently. Yom River Basin is one of the major basins in Thailand which always face with this cycle. Since there is no large reservoir for water management in Yom River basin, it causes the serious effect in this area. Bueng Takreng is one of a natural reservoir located in Phitsanulok Province in Lower Yom River Basin. The potential capacity used is 14.0 million m3. The area around Bueng Takreng is the important wetland area. The water flow network in Bueng Takreng area consists of 5 small canals and 3 more small reservoirs, excluding Bueng Takreng. The maximum water level in this area is between September to October and the surrounded agricultural areas will be flooded and destroyed. However, severe drought occurs within 3-4 months after flood. Therefore, this study aims to propose the alternatives for the development of wetland management in Bueng Takreng area. The satellite map of 2011 Thailand flood is used to understand the flood generation during flood peak period. Then, the result of 4 parts; engineering, environment, social, and economics effects are considered. The alternative with better benefits to the residents is recommended.

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