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GIS and Data Management of Champedak and Local Wisdom of Champedak Gardener, Satun Province
Faculty of Science and Technology, Songkhla Rajabhat University, 160 Kanjanawanit Road, Moung Songkhla, Songkhla, 90000, Thailand
This research is a GIS application for data management of the Champedak local wisdom. Champedak is a kind of plant, farmed in Satun Province. This research is an application development which practices computer innovation technology to help proceed, develop ideas and improve the ecological operations relating to the resources in the area. The application is for collecting Champedak information associated with the sustainable genetic conservation of Champedak plants. This will assist to record primary information, including the location of the Champedak tree and the figure of Champedak trees in each particular garden. A website was designed as a research tool which can display, search, and update the Champedak information. The case study of this research is in Khuan Done District, Satun Province, a service area of Songkhla Rajabhat University. The assessment results of the four satisfaction aspects are the installation process and the understanding of the application, the overview of the application, the aspects the user interface, and the usability. The average is at the highest level. Also, this research is a guideline for the conservation of genetically engineered plants and other plants with GIS in the future.
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