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Thailand’s Observed Changes

emperature Rise in Thailand

The highest temperatures over the longest duration in 65 years, 2016, Photo source: Reto Stockli/NASA Earth Observatory Team/MODIS Land Science Team via AP, NASA In 2016, Thailand faced the highest temperatures over the longest duration in 65 years caused by heat wave, which was higher than 40 degree Celsius in many regions of Thailand and broke the record of the highest temperature from 44.3 degree Celsius to 44.6 degree Celsius on April 28, 2016, at Mea Hong Son province. Temperature rise in... อ่านต่อ

Drought in Thailand

In the past decade, Thailand has faced severe drought events in the past decade which affected in particular the agricultural sector. In 2005, 11 million people in 71 provinces were affected by water shortages. In 2008, the population suffers from severe drought again, with over ten million people in the rural agricultural region being affected. In 2016, Thailand is experiencing again a severe drought event impacting large areas of the country, in particularly, agriculture sector. The Thai... อ่านต่อ

Sea-level rise and storm surges in Thailand

Geographically, Thailand – as a low lying country is extremely vulnerable to sea level rise and storm surges. According to IPCC,  the rate of sea level rise accelerated upmost during the period 1993 to 2003 and the height of sea level will increase by 18 to 60 cm by the year 2100. In some areas of Thailand, saline intrusion from the sea has already contaminated some underground water sources. Moreover, coastal areas along the Gulf of Thailand are likely to face periods of prolonged flooding... อ่านต่อ

Climate Change in Thailand

Climate change in Thailand causes prolonged droughts, decreases agricultural and fishery yields, flooding, sea level rise and health-related issues as well as impacting Thai economy. Thailand’s Department of Meteorology reported that the annual mean temperature in Thailand rose by approximately one degree Celsius from 1981 to 2007 (Figure 1). The trend of Thailand’s temperature rise is likely to be increased be 1.2 to 1.9 degree Celsius by 2050. Moreover, the amount of rainy days and... อ่านต่อ

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