List of Ramsar wetlands of Thailand

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The List of Ramsar wetlands of Thailand comprises Thai wetlands deemed to be of "international importance" under the Ramsar Convention. For a full list of all Ramsar Sites worldwide, see the Ramsar list of wetlands of international importance.

As of 2019 there are 14 Ramsar sites in Thailand, totalling 399,714 hectares.[1]

According to WWF, wetlands are one of the most threatened of all ecosystems, because of progressive loss of vegetation, salinization, excessive inundation, water pollution, invasive species, development, and road building.[citation needed]

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Name[2] Ramsar ID Provinces Area (km2) Designated Image
Kuan Ki Sian of the Thale Noi Non-hunting Area Wetlands 948 Songkhla 4.94 1998-05
Bueng Khong Long Non-hunting Area 1098 Nong Khai 22.14 2001-07-05
Don Hoi Lot 1099 Samut Songkhram 875 2001-07-05 Don Hoi Lot submerged trees.jpg
Krabi River Estuary 1100 Krabi 212.9914 2001-07-05
Nong Bong Kai Non-hunting Area 1101 Chiang Rai 4.34 2001-07-05
Princess Sirindhorn Wildlife Sanctuary
(Pru To Daeng Wildlife Sanctuary)
1102 Narathiwat 201 2001-07-05
Hat Chao Mai Marine National Park -
Ko Libong Non-Hunting Area -
Trang River Estuaries
1182 Trang 663.13 2002-08-14
Kaper Estuary -
Laem Son National Park -
Kraburi Estuary
1183 Ranong 1220.46 2002-08-14
Mu Ko Ang Thong Marine National Park 1184 Surat Thani 102 2002-08-14
Phang Nga Bay Marine National Park 1185 Phang Nga 400 2002-08-14 Streams, rivers and mangrove forests of Than Bok Khorani, Thailand.jpg
Khao Sam Roi Yot Wetlands - Prachuap Khiri Khan 18 2008-01-08
Bueng Kut Ting - Nong Khai 2009-06-19
Ko Kra Archipelago 2152 Nakhon Si Thammarat 3.74 2013-08-12
Ko Ra-Ko Phra Thong Archipelago 2153 Phang Nga 196.48 2013-08-12
Lower Songkhram River 2420 Nong Khai, Sakon Nakhon, Nakhon Phanom, 55.045 2019-05-15
Mekong River - Chiang Rai nominated Mekong River (Luang Prabang).jpg
Pai River Basin - Mae Hong Son nominated
Salween River Basin - Mae Hong Son, Tak nominated
Upper Nan River Basin - Nan nominated
Khlong Chompu Basin - Phitsanulok nominated
Bung Boraphet - Nakhon Sawan nominated
Mekong River - Loei nominated
Lower Mun River Basin and Mekong River - Ubon Ratchathani nominated
Inner Gulf of Thailand - Chonburi, Chachoengsao, Samut Prakan,
Samut Sakhon, Samut Songkhram and Phetchaburi
nominated
Hin Krud Koh Ram Ra to Ban Klang Ao - Prachuap Khiri Khan nominated
Chumphon Coast and Wetland - Chumphon nominated
Ao Ban Don - Surat Thani nominated
Pak Phanang Coast and Talumphuk Cape - Nakhon Si Thammarat nominated
Ao Pattani - Pattani nominated
Songkhla Lake and Coast (Sathing Phra Peninsula) - Songkhla and Phatthalung nominated Songkhla Lake (747291297).jpg
Hat Thai Mueang and Northwestern Coast of Phuket (Tha Chat Chai) - Phang Nga and Phuket nominated
Trat Mangrove forest - Trat nominated

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Rujivanarom, Pratch (2019-02-04). "Loss of wetlands could be devastating: experts". The Nation. Retrieved 2019-02-09.
  2. ^ "Ramsar List" (PDF). Ramsar.org. Retrieved 31 March 2013.

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