Ecological studies for conservation of shore birds in Songkhla Lake

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Birds -- Ecology -- Thailand -- Songkhla Lake., Birds -- Conservation -- Thailand -- Songkhla

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Statementprepared by Ecological Research Division, Thailand Institute of Scientific and Technological Research for Office of the National Environment Board, Thailand.
ContributionsSathāban Wičhhai Witthayāsāt læ Thēknōlōyī hæng Prathēt Thai. Sākhā Wičhai Niwētsawitthayā., Thailand. Samnakngān Khana Kammakān Singwætlō̜m hæng Chāt.
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LC ClassificationsQL691.T5 E26 1981
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Pagination2 v. :
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Open LibraryOL3012820M
LC Control Number84915552

About the Book. Shorebirds are model organisms for illustrating the principles of ecology and excellent subjects for research. Their mating systems are as diverse as any avian group, their migrations push the limits of endurance, and their foraging is easily studied in the open habitats of estuaries and freshwater wetlands.

- Bendem-Ahlee S., Kittitornkool J., Thungwa S., Parinyasutinun U. Bang Kad: A Reflection of Local Wisdom to find Wild Honey and Ecological Use of Resources in Melaleuca Forest of the Songkhla Lake Basin.

In: Journal of Social Sciences, Humanities, and Arts, Silpakorn University, 14(3): This comprehensive text explores the ecology, conservation, and management of these fascinating birds.

Beginning chapters examine phylogenetic relationships between shorebirds and other birds, and cover shorebird morphology, anatomy and physiology. A section on breeding biology looks in detail at their reproductive biology.

The outcomes of this study are useful information for the research management in SLB. Keywords: dynamics, information system, research management, Songkhla Lake Basin (SLB).

Ecological studies for conservation of shore birds in Songkhla Lake book Introduction Songkhla Lake Basin (SLB) is located in the south of Thailand, lying in 3 provinces of Phattalung, Songkhla, and Nakorn Si Thammarat.

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Chapter 9 (Community Participation in Songkhla Lake Watershed Management presents a case of Songkhla Lake watershed to tackle with water related problems by. Ladachart, R. Application of Geographic Information to Analyses on Heavy Metal Erosional and Depositional Rates in the Middle Part of Songkhla Lake Basin, southern Thailand.

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Download: Download full-size image Fig. ng areas in the Songkhla Lake basin and the Gulf. Information from these studies is guiding conservation efforts and helping scientists and conservation groups to better understand the effects of global-scale threats to shorebirds, including habitat modification and degradation, climate change, and the spread of infectious diseases.

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Downloadable. The major objective of this study was to develop appropriate water quality control policies for a sustainable fishery in Southern Songkhla Lake (Southern Lake) so the impact of water pollution on fishery production in the lake was the first consideration.

The three major components of this study were: (i) the identification of the situation and trends in fishery production. Shorebirds are model organisms for illustrating the principles of ecology and excellent subjects for research.

Their mating systems are as diverse as any avian group, their migrations push the limits of endurance, and their foraging is easily studied in the open habitats of estuaries and freshwater wetlands.

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