Reports and publications:


  • “Bangkok flood expectations, required  conditions and opportunities to mitigate risks”, ppt, In: APTU, Architecture and Planning Thammasat University: Rangsit compound,, March 17.
  • “Water management for awareness raising, a KPI endeavour aiming to strengthen capacity, opportunities for the training programs in 2016/17”, report. Bangkok, March.


  • Defragmentation & integration of water management in Thailand, with referenc e to comparable developments in the Netherlands“, paper on request of NAAT, based upon presentation in Chulalongkorn University, yearly NAAT event, 10 Auggust 2015.
  • “Subsurface Water Storage”, “Harvesting the floods, applied to Nakhon Phanom Province”, (SWS),  “, in cooperation with Paolo Paron,  DGR / ADB, (a) report  (pp. 120), (b) Executive Summary (pp.6).
  • NUFFIC/DPT project, Ayutthaya, July. Department of Public Works and Town & Country Planning (DPT), Ayutthaya, Thailand , July 13 – 24, 2015, “CAPACITY STRENGTHENING INTEGRATED  WATER MANAGEMENT  Thailand’s land use planners“, ppt:
  • “Sustainable spatial planning in Thailand to reduce flood and drought risksBasic Principles  in L&W Planning”
  • “Dutch Municipal Specific Plans “
  • “Urban Sewerage, Drainage & RainProof “
  • “Subsurface Water Storage (SWS) “
  • “CZM, a Thai issue, challenge for pro-action, planning and application?  “, ppt, Thailand’s Dept of Marine and Coastal Development, in Deltares building, Delft, March/April.

Earlier Publications:


  • “Urban sewerage network information and monitoring. A geo-system approach for urban grey and storm water decision making, developed as a training tool”, c. Henk Baas, CKI, DPT Bangkok,  pp. 1-7
  • NUFFIC/Dhurakij Pundit University, Bangkok in: Dhurakij Pundit University, Bangkok, November, ppt: “Netherlands historically, a learning case for sustainable water management”, “Waterboards in the Netherlands”,“geo-SDSS informatics, case of step-by-step development, Rhine-Waal river flood  & evacuation modelling”.


  • “Fragmentation & Amalgamation. Socio-political and technological development issues and processes in Dutch water management  — experiences and expertise building in history, today, tomorrow, and future, contribution to preparations visit of the King Pradhijaphok’s Institute,to the Netherlands, 3 – 10 March  2013, powerpoint, 18 January 2013
  • “Innovative storage of flash flood water in Thailand’s subsurface. An integrated and comprehensive way to tackle floods and droughts”, in English (internet accessible) and limited translation in Thai (kn Wijarn Tiatinum, in: Journal of the Department of Public Works and Town & Country Planning, Ministry of Interior, Thailand, Bangkok, February/March,
  • “ Strengthening Curriculum Development and Knowledge on Pro-active Urban Flood Disaster Management for KPI”, presentations during NUFFIC TMT training programme for KPI, Bangkok, Thailand, 15-29 November 2013: Dhurakij Pundit University, Bangkok in: Dhurakij Pundit University, Bangkok.


  • “Lopburi Water Storage for run-off reduction & local usage. An integrated land and water concept for flood disaster risk prevention”, Department of Water Resources, pwp document, Bangkok, 23 July 2012.
  • ”Riverdale Golf Club and Marine Flood Protection Project”, a Recommendations Report”, Mah Boon Krung Group, MBK Center, Bangkok, June 2012, pp. 39.
  • ”Applied geo-Informatics for Flood Management”, in: International Journal of Research and Reviews in Applied Sciences, manuscript ID “ijrras-gv977”, Volume 11, Issue 2, May 2012, pp. 241-254.
  • “Visiting the Netherlands. A potential trigger to improve and sustain future Thai flood disaster decision making”, closing paper of the visit to the Netherlands for learning about Dutch Water Management Expertise and Experience, by 120 Thai local government officials, trainees of Thai King Phradhipok’s Institute, Erasmus University, Rotterdam, pwp document, 15 May 2012.
  • Scenario documents for subsequent deliberation events, Department of Water Resources (DWR, MoNRE), Bangkok, Thailand: ”A short term executable opportunity for a successful flood protection”, in co-operation with Frits Ariesen: ” Ultimate challenge sustainable flood risk reduction North & Central Thailand”, 4 January 2012
  • ” Water & Flood Management Kingdom of Thailand, Use the water, don’t waste it”, 4 January 2012
  • ”Water Volume Reduction for Remote Flood Protection, applied to Thailand”, pwp, 24 January 2012
  • Training documents in pwp on invitation of the Department of Public Works & Town and Country Planning (DPT), Ministry of Interior, Thailand, in the framework of “New Innovation for Urban Planning and the Changing World”, Urban Development Training Institute Conference Room Phratunam Pra In, Phra Nakhon Sri Ayutthaya Province:
  • ”Dutch Experiences in Water & Flood Protection Management”, 18 January 2012
  •  ”Integrated Land & Water Flood Control and Protection, applied to Thailand”,19 January 2012
  • ”Decentralized Flood Protection, case Thung Song”, 20 January 2012
  • Contributions in the framework of the execution of the “IULWP project,2011-2013”, a co-operation between the Thailand Environment Institute (TEI), the National Municipal League of Thailand )NMLT’ and Compuplan Knowledge Institute of Applied geo-Informatics (CKI):
  • “Thung Song, Education support to a decentralized Urban Flood Management, a challenge for primary and secundary schools”, meeting with representatives of primary and secundary schools in Thung Song, venue Climate change Centre, Thungsong, 10 January 2012


  • “Geo-informatics for Urban Green Filters”, Journal of Applied Sciences in Environmental Sanitation (JASES), September, pp. 225-238.
  • “Urban Green Filters to promote health of residents in urban areas”, Journal of Applied Sciences in Environmental Sanitation (JASES), June, pp. 213-224.
  • “Geo-Informatics aid to Solid Waste Management for Sustainable Health and Safety in Urban Areas”, Journal of Applied Technology in Environmental Sanitation (JATES), Vol. 1, Nr. 1, July, pp. 27 – 43.
  • ”Urgent Thailand’s coastal zone and delta management against flooding. Prime attention to long term threats due to climate change and land subsidence”, a pre – Mission report, Bangkok, March, pp. 9, annexes.
  • “Coastal zone management & Gulf of Thailand intervention”, Thai Ministry of Science and Technology, Bangkok, February, pp. 8.
  • GT-MSWMD software connected systems, Georgetown Solid Waste Management Program – Institutional Strengthening and Supervision Consultancy (ISSC),
  • “Service fee charge system for 15 NDC townships in Guyana’s district 4”, Report on Development, Training & Manual, Georgetown, March, pp. 11.
  • “ Service Fee Accountancy Information System”, Report on Development, Training & Manual, Georgetown, January, pp. 10.
  • ”GT-MSWMD Financial Information System, Report & Manual”, ISSC, Georgetown, January, pp. 9.
  • “Personnel Performance Information Systems in the MSWMD, Report & Manual”, Georgetown, January, pp. 13.
  • ”Waste Flow Information and Monitoring System of the MSWMD, Report & Manual`, Georgetown, January, pp. 17.
  • SWShooter, living environment waste & health monitor. Manual`, software applied to Georgetown´s illegal waste dump sites, February, pp. 6.
  • “Dynamics of geo-informatics to support flood management, experiences in the Netherlands”, Nakhara International Journal, accepted January 2010, pp. 22.
  • GT-MSWMD software connected systems, Georgetown Solid Waste Management Program – Institutional Strengthening and Supervision Consultancy (ISSC),
  • “Community Collection & Clean-up Concern (CCC), continued in August 2009, Monitoring Report”, August, pp. 20.
  • “Solid waste management, 20 years experienced circumstances in Europe, Middle-East, Asia and South America. A personal introduction“, powerpoint presentation Georgetown, August 2009.
  • “Planning and Implementing Information Systems in the MSWMD”, report on operational info system and website development, Georgetown, July, pp. 28 and appendices.
  • “Community Collection & Clean-up Concern (CCC)”, report, Georgetown, June, pp. 32 and appendices.
  • “NDCs Computer Literacy”, report, Georgetown, May, pp. 21 and appendices.
  • “Solid Waste Systems Database Management Training Manual”, training manual and powerpoint presentation,Georgetown, April/May, pp. 69.
  • “RIP, Revival of an Integrative system approach for Polder flood disaster & evacuation management”, contribution to the call for papers of the “Freude am Fluß” Conference, Nijmegen, 22-24 October 2008.
  • Contribution in 2006 to: ThongthinThai, Journal of the Department of Local Administration, Ministry of Interior, Thailand, (English and/or Thai versions), amongst others: “e-Governance with GIS applied”, January, pp. 75-80.


  • “PoldEvac: A case study on Polder Inundation and Evacuation Modelling in a Flood Prone Area near the Border of Germany and the Netherlands”, in: J. van Duivendijk: “Manual on Planning of Structural Approaches to Flood Management”, ICID-CIID, International Commission on Irrigation and Drainage, March 2005, pp. 102-113.
  • Contributions in 2004/05 to: Thongthin, Journal of the Municipal League, Thailand, (in English & Thai), amongst others:
  • “ChemID: digital mapping and decision support system for registration & effect simulation of hazardous substances identified in the living and working environment”, December, pp. 11.
  • “GZV: registration and collection of illegally dumped (hazardous) solid waste”, Oct., pp. 9.
  • “UrbFlood: a digital mapping and decision support system for reducing flooding effects”, Sept., pp. 7.
  • “LPD: A digital mapping and decision support system for local land use plan design”, pp. 6.
  • “LisCadas: A digital mapping and decision support system for property valuation and taxation”, February, pp. 26-35.
  • “400 years Thai-Dutch Relation: VOC in Judea, Kingdom of Siam. Queen Beatrix and Crown Prince Willem-Alexander of the Kingdom of the Netherlands are officially visiting Thailand in January 2004”, January, pp. 22-28.


  • (ed.) “Silent Danger. Chemical Flow Seminar, Outcomes of the survey regarding chemical flow matrix and chemical balance in factories and businesses in the Thai municipalities Nonthaburi and Pak Kret”, research executed in Dec. 2003 – Jan. 2004, in Thai and English, Bangkok, Febr. 2004, pp. 215.
  • (ed.) “SUHS, Sustainable Urban Health and Safety”, Proceedings of the Conference, held on 9 December 2003, in Thai and in English, Bangkok, January 2004, pp. 340 .


  • (ed.) “AUGILATH. Asia Urbs Geo-Informatics for Local Authorities in Thailand”, Conference Proceedings, 12 Dec. 2002, Bangkok, January 2003, isbn 90-5287-007-1, pp. 303.
  • “PoldEvac: an integrated cross-bordering approach to flood disaster and evacuation management in polder areas in the Netherlands and Germany”, in: S.J. Visser (ed.): “Modernisation of Water Management. Technological and Institutional Improvements in Irrigation and Drainage”, proceedings of Seventh Netherlands National ICID Symposium Nijmegen, 4th of April 2002, pp. 117-128.
  • “ENVIROGIS. Geospatial information handling to support environmental decision making by local authorities”, CityNet Workshop “Cities, Poverty and Environment”, Ha Noi, 30/7-2/8 2001, pp. 17.
  • “Land use planning design system: ‘Thai Local Plan’”, Bangkok, June 2001, pp. 10.
  • “Fiscal cadastre“, ed. H.D. Kammeier, in: Human Settlements Division Conference Proceedings, No. 9, Asian Institute of Technology, Bangkok, July 2000, pp. 339-351; reprint from: ‘Regional Development Dialogue’, UNCRD, United Nations Centre for Regional Development, in Nagoya, Vol. 19, No. 1, Spring, pp. 151-162.
  • “Polder Inundation & Evacuation Management”, Geo-Information Systeme, 5/2000, pp. 16-20
  • “Urban development planning supported by CitySoil informatics”, in: “Urban geology in Asia and the Pacific Region”, in: Atlas of Urban Geology, Vol. 10, NY 1999, pp. 33-61.
  • “Computergestütztes Hochwasser-katastrophenmanagement (Beispiel Holland)”, (PoldEvac, Polder Flooding, Evacuation and Environmental Management), in: ‘Wasserwirtschaft’, Journal for Water and Environment, Vol. 58, 1999, April, pp. 194-198.

• “GIS use in Research for Sustainable Human Settlements”, invited paper for 4th Annual GIS Asia Pacific Conference, Kuala Lumpur, 13-15 October 1998, Petaling Jaya, pp. 20.
• “Fiscal cadastre: Decentralized urban management and innovative GIS technology – The case of Ban Bung, Thailand”, in: ‘Regional Development Dialogue’, UNCRD, United Nations Centre for Regional Development, in Nagoya, Vol. 19, No. 1, Spring, pp. 151-162.
• “Applied Spatial Informatics as a framework for disaster management”, in: Manas Chatterji (ed.): “Regional Science: Perspectives for the future”, MacMillan Press, 1997, pp. 166-180.

CKI Presentations
• “Integrated urban solid waste management, Examples of applied international geo-Informatics support to a sustainable urban environment”, contribution to the International Conference and Workshop on “Sustainable solid waste management”, International Centre For Local Development CIFAL, Płock, Poland, 7-9 June 2011;
• “Land & Water under Climate Change Conditions”, (pwp) contribution to the International Conference and Workshop on “Water in urban areas”, International Centre For Local Development CIFAL, Plock, Poland, 22-24 March 2011;
• “Disaster management starts with pro-active geo-Informatics. Some experiences in flood management and research”, (pwp) contribution to the ADPC expert lectures, venue: ADPC, SM Building, Phayathai , Bangkok, 3 March 2011;
• “Sustainable Flood Management. Thai economy support through geo-Informatics”, (pwp) contribution to the seminar of the Thailand Business Council on “Flooding impact to Thai Business… How to prepare?” , venue: Lavender room, Rama Gardens Hotel, Bangkok, 22 February 2011;
• “Extreme Events. water & flood related geo-Informatics support”, (pwp) contribution to conference on Climate Change and Health, “Global Warming and Thai Living” , venue: Impact, Challenger Hall, Muang Thong Thani, 15 February 2011;
• “Refreshment & responsibility: Stop urban flood disasters in Asian countries, considerations, decision making and geo-informatics support in housing and land use planning” , (pwp) contribution to IHS Alumni Refreshment course Asia, Erasmus University/Institute of Urban Management, British Club, Bangkok, 12 November 2010.
• “Climate change, Floods, and, Human factor”, Hat Yai meeting on Climate Change Resilience – February, 10-11, 2010
• “Coastal zone management and Gulf of Thailand intervention”, TEI meeting, Bangkok, 2 February 2010
• “Opportunities of Water and Energy Values in rainwater Storms and during Run-off”, EU-Cornet congress, Maastricht, 20 January 2010