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Flood Modeling in Phrae City and Applications of Inundation
Inundation Modeling: Location: Phrae city (Area: 18 Contour DEM of 50m resolution for Phrae City area generated from digitized contours.
Lateritic soil mapping of the Phrae basin, northern Thailand using
in the Phrae basin which is one of the largest intermountain basins in northern Thailand.
Consulate General of the United States of America Chiang Mai
09/06/11. U.S.
Acute Coronary Syndrome in Phrae Hospital
Cardiovascular Unit, Department of Medicine, Phrae hospital, Phrae Thailand. Objective: admitted to Phrae hospital between 1 August 2004 and 31 July 2005 .

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Red shirt leader slain
PHRAE : A red shirt leader has been found dead with his throat slit in his wreath shop in Phrae's Muang district. Udomsap Thammuang, 56, was found dead in the shop with a 20cm long knife wound on his throat around 11am yesterday, police said.
Warning: Heavy rain, flash floods
People living near hillsides and waterways in Mae Hong Son, Chiang Mai, Lampang, Phrae, Nan, Sukhothai, Loei, Udon Thani and Nong Khai should prepare for heavy rain and flash flooding. There will also be strong wind generated waves in the Andaman Sea.
Grand plan to funnel water to dry Northeast
Nock-Ten floods death toll 31
Director-general Wibul Sanguanpong said Phrae had the largest number of fatalities, with eight, followed by Mae Hong Son (7), Sukhothai (5), two each in Chiang Mai, Tak, Nakhon Phanom and Roi Et, and one each in Phichit, Udon Thani and Sakon Nakhon.
Warning: Heavy rain, flash floods

Suggested Web Resources

Phrae Province - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Phrae is one of the northern provinces (changwat) of Thailand.
Phrae - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Phrae Hotels, attractions and travel guide, Thailand.
Travelguide to Phrae Province, Thailand. Hotels, detailed maps with hotel locations and tourist attractions information and how to get there.
Phrae Province
Phrae Province is one of the most ancient cities of Northern Thailand. Phrae was established in 1371 B.E.
Paknam Web Thailand Guidebook - Phrae
Phrae is administratively divided into the following districts: Muang, Sung Men, Den Chai, Long, Wang Chin, Song, Rong Kwang and Nong Muang Khai.

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