Rainfall – Runoff Module in Tapee Basin, Surat Thani.

Rainfall – Runoff Module in Tapee Basin, Surat Thani.

Case Studies, Outreach and Engagement
Outreach and Engagement Tapee Basin is a watershed in the southern part of the country where has an area of ​​approximately 13,454.51 square kilometers. Most of the watershed areas are located in Surat Thani, consisting of 8 tributaries: Upper Tapi River, Canal Chandi, Canal Sinpun, Canal Ipan, and Lower Tapee River, Khlong Sok, Khlong Phra Saeng, and Lower Phum Duang Canal. Upstream are mountains in the west and south, covering almost all areas of Surat Thani and some parts of Nakhon Si Thammarat and Krabi. Walailak University and Regional Environmental Office 14 (Surat Thani) created a model of rainwater and runoff in the Tapee River Basin (lower part) of Surat Thani province, from Sinpun, Phra Saeng to Krut, Phunphin, Surat Thani, a distance of about 81 kilometers. The resulting model…
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Long term coral ecosystem monitoring: case study of Racha Island, Phuket Province.

Long term coral ecosystem monitoring: case study of Racha Island, Phuket Province.

Outreach and Engagement
Outreach and Engagement Thailand has beautiful coral in many parts of Andaman and the Gulf of Thailand, which is biological diversity that benefits biology, but coral bleaching is currently occurring in many places and is difficult to recover from. Then they use the coral sensor network for fasting and exactness coral ecosystem monitoring and it can save the information of tsunami precisely.Walailak University has a project of coral sensor network for educating the changing of temperature, conductivity, and depth of sea by installing a CTD sensor (Conductivity, Temperature and Depth sensors) at Khon Khae Bay and Patok Bay of Racha Island, Phuket Province. Every six months for the next two years, the officer downloads data from a sensor to back up all of the data. and took the information of…
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Policy Announcement on Walailak University Inclusive Quality Education Policy 2021

Policy Announcement on Walailak University Inclusive Quality Education Policy 2021

Policy and Operation
Policy and Operation Related SDGs 17 GOAL 17: Partnerships to achieve the Goal 4 GOAL 4: Quality Education Other Case Studies Rainfall – Runoff Module in Tapee Basin, Surat Thani. November 15, 2021 Outreach and Engagement Long term coral ecosystem monitoring: case study of Racha Island, Phuket Province. November 15, 2021 Policy and Operation Policy Announcement on Walailak University Inclusive Quality Education Policy 2021 November 10, 2021 Outreach and Engagement Walailk Center of Academic Service & Nakhon SiThammarat Fisheries Provincial Office organized GAPstandard training for sporting the quality under “ Improving the quality of fishery goods by technologyand innovation program ” November 10, 2021 Discover More
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Walailk Center of Academic Service & Nakhon SiThammarat Fisheries Provincial Office organized GAPstandard training for sporting the quality under “ Improving the quality of fishery goods by technologyand innovation program ”

Walailk Center of Academic Service & Nakhon SiThammarat Fisheries Provincial Office organized GAPstandard training for sporting the quality under “ Improving the quality of fishery goods by technologyand innovation program ”

Outreach and Engagement
Outreach & Engagement Nakhon Si Thammarat Provincial Fisheries Office Presided over the activity of GAP farm standard technology transfer (GAP) to tilapia farmers in the Pak Phanang River Basin in the 4th activity on GAP farm standards (GAP) to raise the premium quality. under the project “Activity to enhance fishery products by using technology and innovation” to create a network of farmers who raise tilapia in the Pak Phanang River Basin From Pak Phanang District, Chian Yai District, Hua Sai District, and Mueang Nakhon Si Thammarat District Nakhon Si Thammarat Province, 37 people participated in the activity Exchange opinions and answer various issues, especially solving the problem of falling tilapia prices. with offline marketing and online marketing Including finding ways to reduce costs by using technology and innovation "IoT Monitoring…
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Platform for Agricultural Water Management in Community with Mobile Cloud Computing

Platform for Agricultural Water Management in Community with Mobile Cloud Computing

Outreach and Engagement
Outreach & Engagement Currently, the government sector still needs important tools in government operations to support the rate increase. Productivity of the agricultural sector according to the National Strategic Plan and coping with drought situations This research project proposes to develop a water management system. to increase the efficiency of the administrative process Manage cyclic water from the upper level and convey it as an action plan down to the lower level. This developed water management system is an extension of existing research. The so-called "Easy-Agri Tool" has also turned into a community water management platform for agriculture. Mobile Cloud Computing Its consists of (1) a suite built to process Easy-Agri tool algorithms in the cloud to support big data analytics; (2) a database built to connect to existing databases…
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The 28th Marine Ecology Online Course

The 28th Marine Ecology Online Course

Teaching and Learning
Teaching and Learning On November 6, 2021, the Center for Academic Service cooperated with various partners officially organized the opening ceremony of the 28th Marine Ecology Online Course at the broadcasting studio, the Center for Academic Service, Research Building, Walailak University through Zoom application.In the opening ceremony, the project was honored by Prof. Dr. Wanna Choorit, Vice president for research and social service, Walailak University delivered an opening speech and Ms. Vararin Vongpanich, the representative from the Department of Marine and Coastal Resources welcomed the participants. In addition, Ms. Pornsuree Konanta, Corporate Affairs Manager, Chevron Thailand Exploration & Production, Ltd gave the sermon as a contributor of this project.   Assist. Prof. Dr. Amonsak Sawusdee, the director of the Center for Academic Service, Walailak University reported about the networking of collaboration…
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Sustainable management strategy of aquatic animal resources in Bandon Bay (Fishery refugia)

Sustainable management strategy of aquatic animal resources in Bandon Bay (Fishery refugia)

Research and Innovation
Research and Innovation Walailak University led by Assist.Prof.Dr. Amonsak Sawusdee, in collaboration with the Network partner: Department of Fisheries, Department of Marine and Coastal Resources, Thai Frozen Foods Association, and local community partners who live in Bandon Bay to progress a research project on the management of blue crab resources and related ecosystems in Bandon bay. The research team has been collecting ecosystem data, fisheries resources, oceanography, and area utilization of Bandon Bay. To comprise a strategic plan for the sustainability resources in Bandon Bay. Ban Don Bay is one of the most important fisheries in the Gulf of Thailand and an important area that blue crab is popular seafood consumed in the country include export to income for our country. Over the past statistical data, it was found that the…
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The Blue Swimming Crab Fishery Improvement Research of Walailak University is considered the best by The Agricultural Research Development Agency

The Blue Swimming Crab Fishery Improvement Research of Walailak University is considered the best by The Agricultural Research Development Agency

Research and Innovation
Research and Innovation The project of studying fishery biology, social, economy and the ecosystem related to blue swimming crab rehabilitation in Bandon Bay that complies with Fishery improvement program: FIP was the research led by Assist. Prof. Dr. Amonsak Sawusdee, Acting Director of the Center for Academic Service, Walailak University. It was considered the best project by the Agricultural Research Development Agency. Assist. Prof. Dr. Amonsak Sawusdee participated in the academic conference held by the Agricultural Research Development Agency titled “Beyond Disruptive Technology” and presented the research to Mr. Anan Suwannarat, Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives and the Chair of the Agricultural Research Development Agency, and the luminaries. The conference was held on October 8 – 9, 2019 at Vayupak Hall, Centra By Centara Government Complex Hotel & Convention…
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The application of Geoghapic information system and environmental sensor for monitoring the health of aquatic ecosystems

The application of Geoghapic information system and environmental sensor for monitoring the health of aquatic ecosystems

Research and Innovation
Research and Innovation The research for studying ecosystem in Bandon Bay, Surat Thani. It has been operated continously for 4 years from 2018 – 2021 by the research team from Walailak University, government researchers and local authorities with the aim of monitoring water and sediment quality, fisshing, oceanography and the utillization of estates in sorrouding areas. The scheme was collecting data and using technologies in exploration, such as Geographic Information System and the Sensor for monitoring the information of water quality in Bandon Bay ecosystem.  The research and academic information will be used in monitoring ecological succession affecting aquatic animals, including site management coopertated with involved organizations in Surat Thani province. Figure 1: Land use in Bandon Bay                  Figure 2: Physical environmental survey Figure 3: Environmental data from monitoring by…
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WU in collaboration with the Academic Partners Organized Training and Awareness for Responsible Fisheries for Sustainability

WU in collaboration with the Academic Partners Organized Training and Awareness for Responsible Fisheries for Sustainability

Research and Innovation
Research and Innovation Walailak University in cooperation with the Fisheries Office of Nakhon Si Thammarat Province, networks of Non Governmental Organizations (NGOs), and the Association of Thai Fisherfolk Federation, also with support from National Research Council of Thailand), The Agricultural Research Development Agency (Public Organization) organized training and raise awareness for responsible fisheries for Sustainability to local fishermen from 6 districts participated.It was a course consisting of a size-catch amount of aquatic animals, not using illegal fishing equipment to achieve long-term environmental sustainability, in line with the ecosystem-based approach, to ensure that fisheries resources are maintained or restored related ecosystems in Nakhon Si Thammarat Province.After the training, fishermen have a better understanding of fisheries and ecosystems and fishermen's joint proposal not to catch small-sized fish also the use of legal…
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