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Cumulative environmental effects of low salinity shrimp farming in Thailand


Cumulative environmental effects of low salinity shrimp farming in Thailand



Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal 20(3): 189-200



ISSN/ISBN: 1461-5517

DOI: 10.3152/147154602781766672

The cumulative environmental effects of low salinity shrimp farming in the Bangpakong River Basin, eastern Thailand, were investigated using a geographical information system-assisted approach. Water supply, water quality, and agricultural land use were used to represent key environmental resources. Shrimp farming is a major consumer of freshwater, but cumulative effects on water supplies are probably negligible because of ample rainfall and similar water consumption of rice and shrimp crops.

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