A MODEL OF WATER MANAGEMENT IN THAI GOLF COURSES TO BECOMES A RESERVE WATER SOURCE FOR CONSUMPTION DURING THE DRY SEASON AND PUBLIC SUSPENSION IN THE COMMUNITY DISASTER CASE STUDY: GOLF COURSES IN EASTERN ECONOMIC CORRIDOR (EEC)

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วิชาญ สุธรรมพงษ์
ชนิสรา แก้วสวรรค์

Abstract

This research aims to study the guidelines for managing water reserves in golf courses to become water reservoirs for consumption during the dry season and public suspension in the community disaster. A qualitative research methodology was used to collect data with in-depth interview 27 of golf club executive’s representatives in the Easthern Economic Corridor (EEC) including 3 provinces are Chachoengsao, Chonburi and Rayong and 10 experts discussion in focus groups to confirm the findings and exchange useful opinions. The researcher uses the analysis of opinion data obtained from in-depth interview and group discussions then separates issues to conclusion for confirm the final research results.


          The result indicated that:


          The guidelines for managing water reserves in golf courses to become water reservoirs for consumption during the dry season and public suspension in the community disaster are as 1) Integration of collaboration that emphasizing the participation of government agencies, golf course operators and communities. 2) Control, inspection and evaluation. 3) Campaigning and raising awareness to creating discipline in the use of valuable water resources. 4) Establishing a central water reserve database. 5) Applying sufficiency economy principles for managing water in communities and golf course operators. 6) Reducing the risk of water shortage. 7) Managing water for public services to be efficient and manifest.8) Determine water management measures based on the potential of communities and golf course operators. 9) Increasing water reserves in communities and golf courses. 10) Improvement and development of public water resources. 11) Managing water according to capacity. 12) Reduce the negative impact on natural water sources. 13) Require water treatment before releasing into nature. 14) Determine policy or formulation of water management plans. 15) Establish a committee for managing of water. 16) The most efficient use of water 17) Using the Kaem Ling project to solve flood problems. 18) Creat rainwater flow routes plan. 19) Fair access to water resources. 20) Use modern technology to increase water management efficiency. 21) Study and research for the cause of water shortage. 22) Planting the plant that less water used on the golf course. 23) Creating models and methods of water management development that suitable with area and 24) There are clearly separating reservoirs for public service purposes in emergencies from field maintenance and consumption.

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สุธรรมพงษ์ว., & แก้วสวรรค์ช. (2020). A MODEL OF WATER MANAGEMENT IN THAI GOLF COURSES TO BECOMES A RESERVE WATER SOURCE FOR CONSUMPTION DURING THE DRY SEASON AND PUBLIC SUSPENSION IN THE COMMUNITY DISASTER CASE STUDY: GOLF COURSES IN EASTERN ECONOMIC CORRIDOR (EEC). Journal of MCU Nakhondhat, 6(10), 5592-5611. Retrieved from https://so03.tci-thaijo.org/index.php/JMND/article/view/224681
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