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PLANTGRO and climate database for Thailand

, : PLANTGRO and climate database for Thailand. Matching trees and sites: proceedings of an international workshop held in Bangkok, Thailand, 27-30 March 1995: 85-92

A PLANTGRO soil and climate database for Thailand was developed from the Department of Land Development's Soil Information System (DLDSIS). Data from 244 soil sites across the country were converted into PLANTGRO format. Monthly mean climate data for each location were estimated using interpolation relationships developed as part of ACIAR Project 9127.

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