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1. Name: Assist Prof. Capt. Dr. Anujit Vansarochana Dept. of Natural Resources & Environment, Faculty of Agriculture, Natural Resources & Environment Naresuan University, Phitsanuloke, THAILAND 65000 Phone: 6655962753, Mobile: +66-90-565-2366

2. Education: D. Tech. Sc. (RS&GIS), School of Engineering & Technology, Asian Institute of Technology (AIT).

3. Working Experience: 1989 – 1997: Surveying and mapping officer at Royal Thai Survey Department (RTSD.) 1997 – Present: Naresuan University

4. Proficiency: Remote Sensing & GIS, Surveying, Spatial analysis.

5. Research projects and papers which related to meteorological data

• An Application of Geographic Information System for Flood Hazard and Mudslide Management in the upper Pasak drainage basin, Phetchabun, Thailand.

• Mapping of Past, Current, and Future Para Rubber Plantation on Ecosystem Service; The Study for World Wide Fund for Nature

• Mapping the Natural Capital of Dawei – Tenasserim Landscape; The Study for World Wide Fund for Nature

• Geo-Informatics Database Management for Agricultural Irrigation Project in Regional Irrigation office 3 of Royal Irrigation Department.

• Potential Changes in Water Balance, Flood and Drought Situation in Huay Luang Watershed in the Future under Climate Change Influence.

• Vansarochana, A., 2004. “Synthetic Interpolative Facies Mapping Model for Landslide Susceptibility Map”. Proc. 25th Asian Conference on Remote Sensing, Vol. I, pp. 612-617, ISBN974-229-698-7

• A, Vansarochana.,(2007) Mudslide Index Model for Mudslide Hazard Risk Mapping in GEOINFOTECH 2007, 28 November – 1 December at Ambassador Hotel, Bangkok, THAILAND.

• A, Vansarochana., N.K. Tripathy., and R. S. Clemente Finding Appropriate Interpolation Techniques for Topographic Surface Generation for Mudslide Risk Zonation., Geocarto International (12 November 2008) London: Taylor & Francis Group.. (The Scopus Author Identifier assigns)

• A, Vansarochana., N.K. Tripathy., and R. S. Clemente “Investigating Mudslide Phenomenon in Mae Cham Basin, Thailand” in Second International Conference on Geoinformation Technology for Natural Disaster Management and Rehabilitation, Bangkok, Thailand 30-31 January 2009.

• Vansarochana, A., (2015). The comparison of flood area between two difference deterministic surfaces. Proceedings of ACRS 2015 - 36th Asian Conference on Remote Sensing: Fostering Resilient Growth in Asia, (The Scopus Author Identifier assigns)

• Vansarochana, A., (2016). Drought risk area match evaluation between 2 spatial techniques include with probabilistic rainfall surface: Weighted map layers compete to TVDI technique. Proceedings of ACRS 2016 - 37th Asian Conference on Remote Sensing. (The Scopus Author Identifier assigns)

• Vansarochana, A., Piman, T., Chalermchai, P., Aekakkararungroj, A., and Hormwichian, R., (2016) “Trend analysis of historical rainfall comparison with probabilistic statistical rainfall surface and bayeseian flood phenomenon investigation.” In “International Symposium on GeoInformatics for Spatial-Infrastructure Development in Earth and Allied Sciences: GIS-IDEAS 2016; 12 – 15 November; Hanoi, Vietnam; 2016”

• Piman, T., Chalermchai, P., Vansarochana, A., Aekakkararungroj, A., and Hormwichian, R., (2016) Analysis of historical changes in rainfall in Huai Luang watershed, Thailand. International Journal of Technology. 7 (7), 1155-62. (The Scopus Author Identifier assigns)

• Thanapon Piman, Chalermchai Pawattana, Anujit Vansarochana, Aekkapol Aekakkararungroj4, Rattana Hormwichian “Impacts of climate variability and water resources development on river flows and water balance of Huai Luang Watershed, Thailand” in Proceeding of The International SWAT Conference, Warsaw University of Life Sciences, 28-30 June 2017, Warsaw, Poland.

6. Rewards: • 31 Jan 2009 , Best Paper Award , Association for GEoinformation Technology.

7. Related activities with open source application tools.


7.1 Last activity with Free open source workshop: Workshop on mobile-web GIS Application for Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E) 25-26 August 2017 Holiday Inn, Bangkok,

Use QGIS as relating software, for teaching in all courses as shown below;

Teaching Courses: 1.1.1 104120 Introduction to Cartography: 3(2-2-5) 1.1.2 104457 Spatial Vulnerability and Hazard Risk: 3 (2-2-5) 1.1.3 104542 Spatial Analysis 3 (2-2-5) 1.1.4 104411 (Research Methodology in Geography) 3 (2-2-5) 1.1.5 105513 Integrated Natural Resources and Environmental Management: 3 (2-3-5) 1.1.6 104230 Surveying and Global Positioning System:3 (2-2-5)


7.2 Advise and contribute M.S. Thesis advisee to use free software as QGIS and relating free RS data to be main related tools.

Thesis name: “A GIS-Based Comparative Study of Weighted Linear Combination, Analytical Hierarchy Process, and Logistic Regression Model for Landslide Susceptibility Assessment: A Case Study of Muzaffarabad, Azad Jammu & Kashmir, Pakistan.” Study by Mr. Muhammad Farhan UI Moazzam.


7.3 Use QGIS as relating tools in all these researches:

- Piman, T., Chalermchai, P., Vansarochana, A., Aekakkararungroj, A., and Hormwichian, R., (2016) Analysis of historical changes in rainfall in Huai Luang watershed, Thailand. International Journal of Technology. 7 (7), 1155-62.

- Vansarochana, A., Piman, T., Chalermchai, P., Aekakkararungroj, A., and Hormwichian, R., (2016) “Trend analysis of historical rainfall comparison with probabilistic statistical rainfall surface and bayeseian flood phenomenon investigation.” Conference: Proceedings of International Symposium on GeoInformatics for Spatial-Infrastructure Development in Earth and Allied Sciences: GIS-IDEAS 2016; 2014 November 12 – 15; Hanoi, Vietnam; 2016., At Hanoi University of Mining and Geology Conference Hall 18 Vien street, Duc Thang ward, Bac Tu Liem District, Hanoi, S.R. Vietnam Vietnam, Volume: I

- Vansarochana, A., The Comparison of Flood Area between two Difference Deterministic Surfaces. Conference: Proceedings of the 36th Asian Conference on Remote Sensing 2015: Fostering Resilient Growth in Asia., At Quezon City, Metro Manila Philippines., Volume: 1