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1 Challenges in the Flood Management in Thailand Connective Cities international Dialogue Event on Challenges of organizing flood management 9-11 February 2015 in Cologne, Germany Chaiporn Siripornpibul Inspector General Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment, Thailand

2 CONTENTS Water Resources in Thailand Flood in 2011 Challenges in the Flood Management in Thailand FED Triangle : A new hope for Water Resources Management in the rural areas in Thailand. Page 2

3 Average Rainfall 1,581 mm./year Total Volume of Water 732,975 MCM./year Evaporation and Infiltration 519,672 MCM/year Hydrologic Cycle in Thailand Storage 76,131 MCM Surface Water 213,303 MCM/year Rain fed Agriculture Project 152,000 sq.km. Groundwater Recharge 100,000 MCM/year Groundwater Storage 1.13x10 12 m 3 Total Catchment Area 514,008 sq.km. Irrigation Area 60,480 sq.km. Average Water 3,413 cu.m./capita/year 3

4 25 River Basins in Thailand Bangkok 1.Salawin 2.Kong 3.Kok 4.Chi 5.Mun 6.Ping 7.Wang 14.Maeklong 15.Prachin 16.Bangpakong 17.Tonlesap 18.Eastern Coast 19.Petchburi 20.Western Coast 8.Yom 21.Eastern South Coast 9.Nan 22.Tapee 10.Chaophraya 23.Songkla Lake 11.Sakaekrang 24.Pattani 12.Pasak 13.Thachin 25.Western South Coast

5 8,519 m.cu.m. Chiang Rai-Mae Hong Song basin Nan basin 15,820 m.c.m. 10,952 m.cu.m. Chiang Rai-Pha Yao basin Phrae basin 12,169 m.cu.m. 57,196 m.cu.m. Chiang Mai-Lam Phun basin Udon-Sakonnakhon basin 34,333 m.cu.m. 17,037 m.cu.m. Lam Pang basin Loei basin 8,583 m.cu.m. 251,433 m.cu.m. Upper Chao Phra ya basin-um Phang basin Phetchabun basin 26,467 m.cu.m. 277,900 m.cu.m. Lower Chao Phra ya basin Kho Rat-Ubon basin 79,400 m.cu.m. Mae Klong-Kanchana Buri basin Bang Pa Kong basin 128,750 m.cu.m. 18,061 m.cu.m. 27 GW Basins Storage 1.13 MMCM Annual Recharge 101,000 mcm/year Ra Yong basin Chon buri-trat Costal plain Phetcha buri-prachuap Costal plain 7,525 m.cu.m. 4,515 m.cu.m. 26,467 m.cu.m. Chum phon Costal plain 4,807 m.cu.m. Suratthani basin 10,816 m.cu.m. Nakhon Sri Thammarat-Song Khla basin 33,650 m.cu.m. 1,583 m.cu.m. Andaman Costal plain 20,430 m.cu.m. Hat yai basin (Department of Groundwater Resources) Cha na-na ta vi-sa ba yot basin 8,413 m.cu.m. Pattani basin 24,036 m.cu.m. Nara thiwat basin 10,816 m.cu.m.

6 Upstream Degradation Water Shortage for Domestic& Consumption Wetlands Purposes Degradation Water Problems Flood Waterway Encroachment Insufficient Water For Industry Drought Water Quality Degradation

7 2011 FLOOD

8 Bangkok Flood Plains Hydrogeological Map or Groundwater Map of Thailand

9 People and Nature ภ เขา Mountains Rice Rivers Houses, orchard ตะพ ก Terrace Flood ท ราบน Plain $าท วมถ ง Forest Casava,Sugar cane, rainfed plants WR, Rice, Agg / Housing areas Man to Water

10 Growth of Bangkok and vicinity areas Water to Man

11 Chao Phraya River Basin Flood Plain Area 35,000 Sq.Km Bangkok Source: Strategic Formulation Committee for Water Resources Management (SCWRM)

12 Causes of 2011 FLOOD Unusual run off from August to October 2011 to Nakhon Sawan Province which maximum flow of 4,686 cm./s, volume of flow was 36,961 mcm. which was 9,890 mcm. more than volume in 1995 flood. Water management : water resources development 2.1 capacity and potential of water resources development projects was not enough to cope with unusual run off. 2.2 water management tools eg. Sluice gate, drainage systems, pumps etc. which is a limitation of present situation but relevant to the past 50 years situation.

13 Time line of Flood Events in 2011 Tropical Storm Haima Tropical Storm Nock-Ten Typhoon HAITANG Tropical Storm Nesat Jun Dec + Low Daily Rainfall 350 mm./day Flooded in Nan Flooded in 15 Provinces Bhumibol 58%/ Sirikit 64%Pasak 105% Flooded in 24 Provinces Bhumibol 63%/ Sirikit 79% Bhumibol 93%/ Sirikit 99% (Outlet of Bhumibol 300 MCM/day) Saharatnakorn (5 Oct) Tropical Storm Nalgae Pressure Areas Jun 31 Jul 27 Sep 1 Oct 6-8 Oct Page 13

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15 Rainfall in the North of Thailand Accumulation Rainfall (m.m.) ปร มาณฝนสะสม (มม.) 2,000 1,800 1,600 1,400 1,200 1, Accumulated Rainfall 2004 to 2011 ปร มาณฝนสะสมพ +นท.ภาคเหน อ ป Avg Higher than Avg: 44.3 % ม.ค. ก.พ. ม.ค. เม.ย. พ.ค. ม.ย. ก.ค. ส.ค. ก.ย. ต.ค. พ.ย. ธ.ค. เด อน Year Avg Rainfall 1,220 1,191 1,500 1,184 1,379 1,760 (m.m.) Page 15

16 Accumulation Rainfall (m.m.) Rainfall in the Central Part of Thailand ปร มาณฝนสะสม (มม.) 1,800 1,600 1,400 1,200 1, Accumulated Rainfall 2004 to 2011 ปร มาณฝนสะสมพ +นท.ภาคกลาง ป Avg Higher than Avg: 22.9 % ม.ค. ก.พ. ม.ค. เม.ย. พ.ค. ม.ย. ก.ค. ส.ค. ก.ย. ต.ค. พ.ย. ธ.ค. เด อน Year Avg Rainfall 1, ,305 1,495 1,549 1,573 (m.m.) Page 16

17 Reservior แม ง ด วช ราลงกรณ แม กวง ก 'วลม Bhumibol ภ ม พล ศร นคร นทร แก งกระจาน Status of 33 major Dams/Reservoirs Max Capacity (mcm) 112 ท บเสลา กระเส ยว Capacity (mcm) ก 'วคอหมา 99 แควน อย ส ร ก ต, 124 ข นด านฯ คลองส ย ด Bangkok บางพระ 29 Nov 2011 Sirikit ป าส ก 94 % 33 70,157 64, หนองปลาไหล อ บลร ตน น าอ น ห วยหลวง 76 จ ฬาภรณ ล านางรอง ประแสร ล าปาว ส ร นธร 93 ปราณบ ร ร ชชประภา น าพ ง บางลาง Inflow (mcm) Discharge (mcm) ) > 80% Capacity : % Capacity : 6 หมายเหต : เข อนแควน อยเร มเก บก กน าปลายฤด ฝนป 52

18 Runoff in Upstream Area of Chao Phraya River Basin Nakhon Sawan Province Capacity ,960 cms/18 Oct Runoff (cms.) Sep 3 Oct 46 days 4,686 cms/13 Oct River capacity 3,500 cms Oct 29 days 10Sep Oct 5Nov Time Page 18

19 Water Storage in Bhumibol Dam Max Water level msl, Max. Capacity 13,462 mcm Storagee (MCM.) Upper Rule Curve released water through spillway MCM/day (October) Lower Rule Curve Min Water level msl, Capacity 3,800 mcm Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Page 19

20 Water Storage in Sirikit Dam Max Water level msl, Max. Capacity 9,510 mcm Storage (MCM.) Upper Rule Curve Lower Rule Curve released water through spillway MCM/day (August) Min Water level msl, Capacity 2,850 mcm Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec Page 20

21 Tidal Effect Downstream of Chao-Phraya River Max Min Peak period กรมอ ทกศาสตร Oct Nov Dec Page 21

22 Major breaches of flood control infrastructure along Chao Phraya River

23 Total Damages 1.4 Trillion Baht (WB estimate)

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25 URGENT! : ANNONCEMENT Due to this lane was flooded already, those waters who want to flow to the sea Please use the other way Otherwise you can not make it! ( IAW : I m Afraid of Water)

26 Challenges in the Flood Management in Thailand

27 Proper Develop and Conservation of Wetland Improvement of Criteria for Planning and Design of WRN Re-use of Treated water Continuos Monitoring of Water Situations Dam Safety The King s Initiative Projects Construction of Upstream weirs Preparation of Global Warming Pollution Control in Waters Conservation of Natural Water Sources and Wetland Water Conservation Water for Ecosystem WRM in brackish, salt, and sour waters areas Effective Irrigation system Clearly Specify of Products/ Irrigation sytem Evaluation of WRM Efficiency of Irrigation system Water Conjunctive Use Monitoring of Changes in Quantity & Quality Of GW Set up the Regional Learning Centers Set up Attitude for each country Effective Early Warning System GW Recharge Specify the Intensity of Water problem Use agriculture areas As Retention Areas Research of Drought & Flood Tolerant Plants Use of Water/Groundwater Network to Relief drought and Flood Sustainable Groundwater Management Cooperation with Neigboring countries Mitigation of Water Crisis Sustainable WRM & Effective Irrigation system Design & Develop methods how to live with drought and flood-prone areas Evaluation of Transferring works to Local Administrative Organizations Capacity Building for RBOs, Water Users Proper Organization/ Tools for WRM Application of Local Wisdom Educate the people concerned On WRM Proper WRM in Non-Irrigated areas The Unity of WRM Organization Proper Water Supply System Insurance of Village Water supply Self - Sufficiency Economy Water Law Master Plan/Action Plan for IWRM RBOs, WR Ministry Integration of Data Base/ Decision Support System

28 1 Watershed protection and rehabilitation 2 Rehabilitation of water sources, waterway and wetlands 3 Development and improvement of water sources, drainage and diversion system 4 Land use management and flood protection in economic area 5 Improve of agricultural patterns 6 Flood management and rehabilitation Strategies for 3 Basic Problems on Water Resources Flood Drought Management Wastewater 1 Rehabilitation of water quality in critical and urgent river basin 2 Monitoring and supervision of point-sources waste and wastewater drainage 3 Strengthening of public and Local Administrative Organization participation 1 Increase water supply 2 Water Spreading 3 Increase an efficiency of water supply system 4 Management 1.Water Law Legislation 2.Organizations reform on water resources 3.Other related law legislation 4.Capacity building of RBC 5.Establishment of Water Resources Management Organizations for normal and critical situations 6.National Water Resources Information Center 7.Water Resources Fund 8.Projects of Sustainable Water Resources Research

29 High Risk areas on flash flood and landslide in highland of Thailand High risk villages High risk villages with early warning station

30 Chiang Mai Nakhon Sawn Bangkok Nong Khai Ubonratchathani Flood Risk Area in Urban Community and Economic Area 32 Cities (15 Groups) 1) Ping 2) Nan-Yom 3) Chiang Rai 4) Chaopaya- Thachin 5) Chanthaburi 6) Bangsapan 7) Mae Kong 8) Mun 9) Surat THani 10) Chumporn 11) Nakonsitamrat 12) Had Yai 13) Yala 14) Takuapa 15) Trang Songkhla Inundated Areas

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32 4. To solve the problem of Water shortage for Industrial 32

33 Flood Protection and Mitigation 1. Rehabilitation of Main Stream and Tributaries 2. Develop Diversion Channels 3. Flood Protection program for Major Cities and Economic areas 4. Improvement of City Planning 5. Preparation of the Retention areas for flood water 33

34 Proposed Projects ส ญล กษณ เข อน พ นท ร บน านอง ทางระบายน าช ยนาท-ป าส ก และป าส ก-อ าวไทย คลองระบายน าร วมก บ ถนนวงแหวนข นท 3 ข ดลอกแม น าเจ าพระยา คลองบางบาล-บางไทร ช องล ดแม น าท าจ น Construction of Reservoirs in the Upper Zone Retention areas Dredging of Chao Phraya River Construction of by pas s Diversion Channel, Bangban - Bamgsai Short-Cut Channel in Thachin River แม น าท าจ น แม น าเจ าพระยา Diversion Channels : Chainat-Pasak and Pasak Gulf of Thailaก Diversion Channel and 3 rd Ring Road

35 Urgent Diversion Plans Increase the Diversion Efficiency in Sukhothai Province Study of Flood Mitigation in Prachinburi River Basin Study of Flood Mitigation in the Eastern Part of Chao Phraya River basins Construction of Flood Protection in Hat yai

36 l Gate at Anusartsananan Canal and Chainat Diversion Ch 36

37 FED Triangle : A new hope for Water Resources Management in the Rural Areas in Thailand

38 Drought Water shortage for Domestic Used w/o waterworks system พ นท *ขาดแคลนน าเพ *อ Agriculture การเกษตร Water shortage for Out of order With waterworks system

39 Water Quality Legend Good Fair Poor Degradation River Basins with critical water degradation Thachin Bang Pakong River mount of Chao Phraya Lower Lam Takong Songkhla Lake Mae Klong

40 FED Triangle Linkages and Management of Water Resources F(Flood) FE Link FED FD Link E (Environment) DE Link D(Drought) Chaiporn Siripornpibul, 2013

41 Management of Dual Water Sources FE Link E (Environment) F(Flood) FED DE Link + Surface Water : Dam, Reservoir, Retention area, etc Rehabilitation FD Link D (Drought) + Groundwater : Survey & Development Artificial Recharge(AR) in the Wet period Rain harvesting & AR CUP(Conjunctive Water Use Program) + Concept of CUP + People participation: data, Capacity building,.. Chaiporn Siripornpibul, 2013

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44 Groundwater Development for Agriculture, Suphanburi Province

45 Water Quality Control Polluted water Monitoring system Water Treatment Reservoirs operation,. FE Link F(Flood) FED FD Link E (Environment) DE Link D(Drought) Chaiporn Siripornpibul, 2013

46 F(Flood) FE Link FED FD Link E (Environment) DE Link D(Drought) Water Quality Monitoring and Treatment Salinity Control: Regulation of discharge rate from reservoirs etc Chaiporn Siripornpibul, 2013

47 Heavily used of Groundwater In ChainatProvince

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52 Water storage control (reservoir/ flood storage) Compensation plan for designated flood retention area Flood flow control (Stream network and floodways) Flood protection and preparedness plan for flood -prone area (community, economic, agriculture zone) Flood Mitigation and flood relief plans for flood affected people

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