One Map ThailandA map of Thailand
Bangladesh and Thailand are building a map to enhance resource management -
One map, one fellowship, one nation" was the idea of governments and industry officials from Laos and Thailand exchanging information via a geographical information system (GIS) with the aim of creating a unique map for better resource use. On Monday in Vientiane, the Minister of Science and Technology, Prof. Dr. Boviengkham Vongdara, led a conference organized by the Technology and Innovation Department, Thepsymeuang Trading Company and Thai Business.
A map via GIS will be an advantage in the managment of nature's resource, as it saves money and money for investment in information gathering and mappings. It will also improve communication and cooperation between the public and privately owned sector. He also stressed that for better understanding, sharing and development of the nature of the two nations it is essential to establish an on-line system for a stronger governmentprivate partner.
Benefits of a common map include reliable information, high-quality maps, enhanced visualization, geospatial analyses and modeling, and extensive use. In addition, GIS enables better joint use and cooperation for state operating centres and clarify bureaucratic borders, transport, hydrophilia, plots of farmland, woodland borders and other topographical characteristics.
Long-winded look into a phantom cavern as they have 12 young Thais to flee - Nationally
Years after their discovery, a young football club and their trainer stay imprisoned in an aerial bag in a twisted, perilous cavesystem. Because their way out is perilous and obscure - because of the floods during the wet seasons in Thailand. Global's Eric Sorensen looks at how a boys' football club and their trainer were captured in a caves in Thailand.
This voyage is so dangerous that a former Thai naval SEAL was killed transporting cylinders through the caverns on Friday mornings. BBC says it will take about five hour for the guys and their trainer to get on the edge. An emergency storage facility was established in front of the Tham Luang cavern system in the Chian Rai region.
Since the disappearance of the young on June 26, the family of the prodigal young have been out there. Juvenile bikes were found near the mouth of the cavern. Fewer in the cavern came scuba dives on boots and pockets. There are runners in the caverns, so the scuba diver had to figure out which way the guys went.
The officers were expecting them to be in a larger area of the caves on higher grounds, in an area known as Pattaya Beach. Indeed, the young were found on a rocky promontory encircled by waters not far behind this symbol. They were found on a cliff about four kilometers from the entry of the caves.
The saviours have delivered the boy foods, O2 and medicine. We are talking about installing an oxy-fuel line so that the caught football crew gets a little bit of breathing in. The officers say the guys aren't powerful enough to go diving alone. Alternate ways to flee are to pump out more rains from the caverns in the prediction means that a long period of forecasting could last), to wait for the wet season through the constant supply of O2 and nourishment (which could last until October), or to dig into the mountains (which is difficult because the young are almost a kilometer below ground).