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Impact of Climate Change on Dengue Hemorrhagic Fever Epidemics
Somsak Sripugdee,Yanyong Inmoung,Rittirong Junggoth
Research Journal of Applied Sciences , 2012, DOI: 10.3923/rjasci.2010.260.262
Abstract: The study of Impact of climate change with dengue fever epidemic in South of North Eastern of Thailand 4 province (Nakornratchasima, Chaiyaphum, Burirum and Surin) to correct data with climate data in 30 years ago (1979-2008) with rainfall intensity number of raining days and temperature by maximum-minimum temperature and relative humidity data of dengue fever by incidence of dengue Morbidity rate from data dengue case report in 30 year ago (1979-2008). Result that rainfall intensity and number of raining days correlation with dengue morbidity rate (F = 159.32, 203.52 p<0.05) R = 0.55 and 0.60, R2adj = 031 and 0.36 Standard Error (SEest) = 0.39 and 0.76 model of incidence rate of rainfall intensity = 0.17+0.35* rainfall intensity and model incidence rate of number raining days = 0.05+0.76* number of raining.
Curriculum Development in Training on Environmental Impact Assessment for Local Government Officers
Chaitach Jansamood,Ponlakit Jitto,Rittirong Junggoth,Wirat Pansila
The Social Sciences , 2013, DOI: 10.3923/sscience.2010.30.32
Abstract: A various environmental impacts resolution, which are caused by current building construction projects, to give knowledge about environmental impact assessment in order to be an awareness for the local government officers who are responsible in their areas by a short term training method, which under limited fund especially, it would be able to specifically define a wanted issue. This research purposes were to develop the training curriculum on Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) for the local government officers to comparing their knowledge and awareness after training. The sample composed of 39 officers as a agent who is in the part of Mahasarakham Province s population, which have been selected by a purposive sampling technique. The research design was just one group pre-test and post-test. The data collection was analyzed by percentage usage and t-test. The study results are as following: the training curriculum development on EIA for the local government officers was rated as a high efficiency. The local government officers had knowledge and awareness on EIA after training was rated higher that before training (p<0.05).
The Effect of Training on Activities in Organic Farm of Farmers in Mahasarakham Province Thailand
Boonroam Kamchantarat,Chalie Navanugraha,Rittirong Junggoth,Nongnapas Thiengkamol
The Social Sciences , 2013, DOI: 10.3923/sscience.2011.429.431
Abstract: This research aimed to study the effect of training on activities in organic farm of farmers in Mahasarakham province Thailand and to comparing their knowledge after training. The sample composed of 38 farmers in Namthaieng village, Kosumpisai district, Mahasarakarm province which have been selected by a purposive sampling technique. The research design was just one group pre-and post-test. The data collection was analyzed by mean, standard deviation and testing hypothesis by t-test. The study results showed that total knowledge on activities in organic farm of farmers in Mahasarakham province was at the high level. The farmers had knowledge on knowledge on activities in organic farm after training was rated higher that before training (p<0.05).
Environmental Management in Organic Farm to Sufficiency Economy Philosophy of Farmer in Mahasarakham Province Thailand
Boonroam Kamchantarat,Chalie Navanugraha,Rittirong Junggoth,Nongnapas Thiengkamol
Pakistan Journal of Social Sciences , 2012, DOI: 10.3923/pjssci.2011.219.221
Abstract: This research is having a purpose to study environmental management in organic farm to sufficiency economy philosophy of farmer in Mahasarakham province Thailand. The farmer and areas for study in farm of Mr. Kamsing Malahom. Constructed in depth interview was used to collect data and also was assessed for its content validity. The data was analyzed by typology and taxonomy. The results of this study showed that in Mr. Kamsing Malahom s farm have environmental management by integrating sufficiency economy philosophy contract. The use of renewable resources in agricultural value chain and created economic value for farmer as well.
Knowledge and Awareness on Environmental Impact Assessment of Local Government Officers
Chaitach Jansamood,Ponlakit Jitto,Rittirong Junggoth,Wirat Pansila
Pakistan Journal of Social Sciences , 2012,
Abstract: The development of project constructions are associated to the issue report of environmental impact assessment in order to propose before applying for a constructing permission. The officers of Local Government, who are responsible in operating, must necessarily be knowledgeable and being well-aware of the environmental impact assessment in order to protect a negative effects, which will happen to the projects and surrounding community. This research is having a aim to study and compare knowledge and awareness concerning to the environmental impact assessment from officers of the local government with different ages, education levels and job positions. The samples consisted of 105 officers as agent the part of civil in Mahasarakham province, selected by a multiple sampling technique. Constructed questionnaire was used to collect data and also was assessed for its reliability. Data analysis involved meaning, standard deviation and hypothesis s tests F-test (One-way MANOVA). The result of this study showed that knowledge on environmental impact assessment of local government officers was at the medium level, Officer s awareness on environmental impact assessment was at a high level. Officers with different ages, education levels and job positions did not show knowledge and awareness on environmental impact assessment differently (p>0.05).
Analysis of Integrated Expert Geographic Information Systems for Secured Landfill Sites
Rittirong Junggoth,Wanpen Wirojanagud,Somsak Pitaksanurat,Kevin Kane
Journal of Applied Sciences , 2008,
Abstract: Siting of secured landfill is difficult because of the complexity of technical and social aspects. Technically, the appropriate tool for secured landfill sites analysis should be applied in the siting procedure. This study aims at developing a comprehensive tool to facilitate the analysis of secured landfill sites. It integrates Geographic Information System (GIS), Expert System (ES) and Analytic Hierarchy Process (AHP) into a packaged tool. The GIS represents spatial data, ES represents a knowledge base about secured landfill siting, AHP was applied for ranking of candidate sites and a user interface was developed to make this tool a user-friendly graphical system. The use of this tool was illustrated by identifying suitable sites for secured landfill in Khon Kaen Province, Thailand.
The Efficiency and Effectiveness of an Innovation Model Appropriate for Disseminating Knowledge of Correcting Salty Soil Conditions in Northeast Thailand
Atcha Khetbamrung,Songsak Poosee-orn,Pairot Baojai,Rittirong Changkot
The Social Sciences , 2013, DOI: 10.3923/sscience.2010.224.227
Abstract: This research aimed to examine and evaluate efficiency of a model of disseminating knowledge of correcting salty soil conditions in northeast Thailand. The sample consisted of 40 farmers at Ban Du Yai and Ban Knam Rian, Tambon Mueang Phia, Amphoe Bab Phai, Khon kaen Province, obtained using the purposive sampling technique according to the established requirements for selecting farmers. The instruments used in this research were a test of knowledge and understanding of salty soil problems and correcting salty soil conditions, a scale on attitude toward correcting salty soil and an interview form on salty soil condition correcting behavior. The collected data were analyzed using basic statistics, E1/E2, E.I. and t-test (dependent samples). The research results revealed that the model of disseminating knowledge of correcting salty soil conditions in northeast Thailand had an efficiency (E1/E2) of 82.75/83.00 and an Effectiveness Index (E.I.) of 0.6909. The farmers participating in the project for dissemination inereased their knowledge and understanding of correcting salty soil conditions, positive attitudes toward correcting salty soils and correcting salty soil condition behavior after dissemination at 0.05.
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