Kulvadee Kansuntisukmongkol , Dr.

Education

 
B.A. (English)
M.Sc. (Technology of Environmental Management)
Ph.D. (Ecology)
 

Research Interest

 
Culture and ecology of communal resources, community-based resource management, community forestry, biodiversity and natural resource conservation, food security, community-based adaptation to climate change
 

Research Papers

 
Teerapapsakulwong, P. and Kansuntisukmongkol, K. 2011. Factors of Success and Failure in Communal Resource Management : A Case Study of Klong Wattana, Bangkratiuk Subdistrict, Sampran District, Nakhonpathom Province. The Proceeding of the 20th National Graduate Research Conference. February 2-3, 2011. Faculty of Graduate Studies, Mahidol University.

Phunbamphen, D. and Kansuntisukmongkol, K. 2011. Diversity of Fruit Species and Varieties: A Case Study of Fruit Orchards in Samut Songkhram Province. The Proceeding of the 20th National Graduate Research Conference. February 2-3, 2011. Faculty of Graduate Studies, Mahidol University.

Saritnirun, P., Kansuntisukmongkol, K., Choowaew, S., Teartisup, P. 2011. Factors Affecting Household Food Security 10 Years After Rasi Salai Dams Sluice Gate Opened: A Case Study of Local Communities around Rasi Salai Dam, Sisaket Province. The proceeding of the 21th National Graduate Researce Conference. May 24, 2011 Faculty of Graduate Studies, Rangsit University.

Bhandari, B.B., Choowaew, S., Manomaipiboon, K. and Kansuntisukmongkol, K. 2010. Factors Affecting the Effectiveness of Runoff Harvesting Dams in Nepal. Environment and Natural Resources Journal 8(2): 1-12.

Aumson, U., and Kansuntisukmongkol, K. 2010. The analysis of ecotourism as a dynamic process in common property management: a case study of Plaipongpang Thai-style house conservation club, Amphoe Amphawa, Samutsongkhram Province. Environment and Natural Resources Journal 8 (1): 39-47.

Kansuntisukmongkol, K.. 2009. Understanding the Linkage of Biodiversity and Agricultural Sustainability under the Current Environmental Change in Thailand. Thailand Research Fund, proceedings of International Conference on Agriculture, Environment, Food Security, and Cooperation of Countries in Asian Sub-region, Bangkok, 25-27 May 2009.

Kumari, M.A.S., Kansuntisukmongkol, K., and Brockelman, W.Y. 2009. Plant diversity in home gardens and its contributions to household economy in suburban areas in Sri Lanka. Environment and Natural Resources Journal 7(.2): 12-30.

Thein, M.T., Kansuntisukmongkol, K., and Ross W. 2009. A sustainability assessment of dryland agriculture practices in Myanmar and their impact on local livelihoods. Environment and Natural Resources Journal 7(.2): 31-40.

Jnawali, D., Roachanakanan, R., Kansuntisukmongkol, K.. 2008. Application of forest gap model for Sal (Shorea Robusta) forest succession. Environment and Natural Resource Journal 6(2): 1-10.

Kulvadee Kansuntisukmongkol. 2004. Social and ecological dimensions of fallow dynamics in a Karen swidden cultivation system in Thailand. An unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, University of California, Davis.

Ian Grange and Kulvadee Kansuntisukmongkol. 2004. Impact of fallow length on soil structure and soil water characteristics in a swidden cultivation system of western Thailand. In Singh, B. Supersoil 2004: Program and Abstracts for the 3rd Australia New Zealand Soils Conference, University of Sydney, Australia, 5-9 December 2004.

Kulvadee Boonpinon. 1997. Institutional arrangements in communal resource management: a case study of a Karen village in a protected area. An unpublished master's thesis, Mahidol University.

Tangsubutra, Chun-eak, Kulvadee Boonpinon, and Mario Ambrosino. 1994. The traditional farming system of the Karen of Sanepong Village, Thungyai Naresuan Wildlife Sanctuary, Kanjanaburi Province, Thailand. Paper presented in a Southeast Asian regional seminar on Community Development and Conservation of Forest Biodiversity through Community Forestry at Regional Community Forestry Training Center, Kasetsart University, Bangkok, Thailand, 26-28 October 1994.

Students under major supervision

2005 graduation year
1. Wasana Sukkul (Master of Science in Environmental Planning for Community and Rural Development)
Thesis title: Satisfaction of Peoples in Ban Maekhanintai toward Maekhan Dam Project

2006 graduation year
1. Krongkaew Soo-Ampon (Master of Science in Natural Resource Management (International Program))
Thesis title: Factors Affecting Marine Ornamental Fishery Involvement: a Case Study of Small Scale Fishery Community at Had Rawai Village Phuket
2. Nguyen Dinh Cong (Master of Science in Natural Resource Management (International Program))
Thesis title: Forest Dependency in Vietnam: a Case Study in Xa Luong Commune, Tuong Duong District, Nghe An Province, Vietnam
3. Keurmaetha Rerkpornpipat (Master of Science in Technology of Environmental Management)
Thesis title: Analysis of Public Policy Process in Solving Pollution Problems from Mining Activities: a Case Study of Lead Contamination at Klity-Lang Village, Kanchanaburi Province (in Thai)

2007 graduation year
1. Saovapa Atsilarat (Master of Science in Natural Resource Management (International Program))
Thesis title: Sea Mobility in Southern Coast of Thailand and Rights over Resources: Conflicts of Resource Accessibility and Consequences

2008 graduation year
1. Nopporn Ansuchote (Master of Science in Technology of Environmental Management (Special Program))
Thesis title: The Study of Human-Elephant Alleviation: a Case Study of Tumbon Wangdong, Amphoe Muang, Kanchanaburi (in Thai)
2. M.A.S. Kumari (Master of Science in Natural Resource Management (International Program))
Thesis title: Plant Diversity in Home Gardens and its Contribution to Household Economy in Suburban Areas in Sri Lanka

2009 graduation year
1. Usa Uamson (Master of Science in Technology of Environmental Management)
Thesis title: The Analysis of Ecotourism as a Dynamic Process in Common Property Management: a Case Study of Plaipongpang Thai-style House Conservation Club, Amphoe Amphawa, Samutsongkhram Province
2. Orawan Boontun (Master of Science in Technology of Environmental Management)
Thesis title: Utilization and Conservation of Wild Plant Diversity: A Case Study of Two Karang Villages in Kaeng Krachan National Park
3. Papattanan Kanokkultheerapat (Master of Science in Technology of Environmental Management)
Thesis title: Community Adaptation to Flooding: a Comparative Study of Two Communities in Jaehom Municipal District, Jaehom District, Lampang Province

2011 graduation year
1. Paweena Saritnirun (Master of Science in Natural Resource Management (International Program))
Thesis title: Household Food Security: 10 Years after the Openning of Rasisalai Dam Gates
2. Dalin Phunbamphen (Master of Science in Technology of Environmental Management)
Thesis title: Fruit Tree Biodiversity, Wisdom, and Factors Affecting Conservation: a Case Study of Fruit Orchards in Samut Songkhram Province
3. Phasika Chakbuth (Master of Science in Technology of Environmental Management)
Thesis title: The Study of Food Security among Communities adjacent to Pahdaeng Community Forest, Phrae Province
4. Pornphan Teerapapsakulwong (Master of Science in Technology of Environmental Management(Special Program))
Thesis title: Factors of Success and Failure in Communal Resource Management : A Case Study of Klong Wattana, Bangkratiuk Subdistrict, Sampran District, Nakhonpathom Province
2011 graduation year
1. Jirayu Rattanadachakorn (Master of Science in Technology of Environmental Management)
Thesis title: The Role of Local Knowledge to Reduce Social Vulnerability to Climate Change among Fishery Households of Palian Watershed, Trang Province
2. Chamaiporn Chaimongkol (Master of Science in Technology of Environmental Management)
Thesis title: The Study of Household-Level Vulnerability and Adaptation to Climate Variability: a Case Study of Local Fishery Communities in Prasae Watershed, Klaeng District, Rayong Province
3. Yutthapol Pongpleesal (Master of Science in Technology of Environmental Management)
Thesis title: Community Network Building for Coastal Erosion Protection Using Indigenous Knowledge: a Case Study of a Bamboo Revetments by Inner Gulf of Thailand Conservation Network
 

E-mail

 
kulvadee.kan@mahidol.ac.th
 

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