Following Earthquake, Chiang Rai at Risk of Mudslides

(Chiang Mai City News)

CHIANG MAI — Experts from the Department of Mineral Resources (DMR) have surveyed the areas affected by Monday's earthquake and found that four Tambon in Chiang Rai are at risk of mudslides if the rainfall exceeds 180 mm per hour.


The DMR sent two teams of experts to survey the earthquake damage in Chiang Rai. Suwit Kosuwan, Director of Active Faults Research, led the team of surveyors. The second team was led by Somjai Yensabai, Director of Geological Disaster Sector.

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