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Policies and development strategies among the mountain people in northern Thailand



Policies and development strategies among the mountain people in northern Thailand



Espace Geographique 8(2): 107-114



The continually increasing demographic pressure of the mountain populations in the North of Thailand is resulting in a more and more marked encroachment on the forest. The opium growers of the highlands and the Thai populations of the lowland terraces and the bottoms of the hillsides are mainly responsible for this deforestation.

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