Hydrometeorological conditions in Chao Phraya river basin

Final Update: 2022-10-07 08:30(ICT)

Kasetsart University is proving itself to be a key player in tackling climate change. The faculty of Engineering, Kasetsart University, has a Climate Change Data Center that develops resilient and sustainable solutions for climate change, and incorporates plans into the Climate Change Master Plan of Thailand through the support of JICA & JST.

International collaborations for tracking data include the University of Tokyo, Hokkaido University, Tohoku University, Fukushima University, National Institute for Environmental Studies, Tokyo Institute of Technology, Chuo University, Nagoya University, Gifu University, Kyoto University, and Nagasaki University, Japan. In addition, the joint collaboration brings up useful data for Department of National Park, Wildlife and Plant Conservation (DNP), and Royal Irrigation Department (RID), Thai Meteorological Department (TMD), to use for making Climate Change Master Plan of Thailand.

Through this international collaboration, the gathering data enhance the precautions of natural disasters in many aspects, especially in upper Chaophraya river basin. The data have been collected since 1988 up until now, and are updated daily.

Rainfall condition (Update daily)
(Data Source:
Ping river basin Wang river basin Yom river basin Nan river basin Upper-Chaophraya river basin
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"SD" indicates the standard deviation of 30-year statistical rainfall data from 1988-2017.
Red line indicates basin averaged rainfall in the current year.

River discharge condition (Update daily)
(Data Source:
Upper Chao Phraya river basinLower Chao Phraya river basin
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Dam operation condition (Update daily)
(Data Source:
Bhumibol dam Sirikit dam
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