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The Office of National Water Resources announced yesterday that rice fields in central Thailand’s Chao Phraya will be made into temporary water retention areas after farmers finish harvesting them at the end of this month.  The office’s secretary-general, Surasee Kittimthon, said that more water will be drained from northern Thailand via the Chao Phraya Dam in Chai Nat province in early October. He noted that one or two storms are expected in Thailand next month, adding more possible floods.  Surasee said that the National Water Command Centre instructed the Meteorological Department, and the Institute of Water Resources Information, to use […]

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