DINP

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DINPDiisononyl Phthalate
DINPDoi Inthanon National Park (Thailand)
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Discussions with taxonomy experts from the Asean and Japan were complemented with research activities at Queen Sirikit Botanic Garden and Doi Inthanon National Park. Doi Inthanon is the highest peak in Thailand at 2,565 meters, and is ideal for studying high-elevation vascular plants.
Established in 1972, Doi Inthanon National Park is the sixth national park of Thailand.
Still, with the support of protected-area management, the group was able to photograph and document specimens of epiphytes and climbers, trees, small trees and shrubs, orchids, monocot herbs, dicot herbs and ferns from the Summit Trail, Ang Ka Nature Trail and Kew Mae Pan Nature Trail at Doi Inthanon National Park on October 4 and 5.
The article is based on ethnographic research conducted in two Sgaw Karen (Pga K'nyau) villages within Doi Inthanon National Park and two 'Blue' Hmong (Hmong Njua) villages in Doi Suthep-Pui National Park and in Pang Hin Fon Forest Reserve in Northern Thailand.
After the foundation of Doi Inthanon National Park (DINP) in 1972, numerous restrictions on land use and the collection of non-timber forest products were introduced along with the creation of different protection zones.
Here the enormous Doi Inthanon National Park surrounds Chiang Mai's most photographed waterfall some 58km west of the city at the foot of Doi Inthanon Mountain, and provides a perfect picnic setting.
On 22 March 1998, the Buddhist pavilion in Ban Khun Klang, a Hmong village, was destroyed and two Buddha images removed to Chomthong district by lowlanders and Doi Inthanon National Park officials.
Upland and highland forests were then incorporated into Doi Inthanon National Park, which was established in 1972.