Dr.Akkaneewut Chabangborn

Quaternary Geology, Geomorphology, Paleoclimate, Paleo-data compilation

Email akkaneewut@gmail.com


  • PhD Marine Geological Sciences, Stockholm University (2014)
  • MSc Earth Sciences, Chulalongkorn University (2003)
  • BSc Geology, Chulalongkorn University (1999)

List of Publications

  1. Chalermchon S., Nuntanut L. and Chabangborn, A., 2007, Crustal Movement of Thailand Disc Due to 28 March 2005 Earthquake as Observed from GPS Measurements. International Journal of Geoinformatics, Vol. 11, No. 3.
  2. Rattana Tulthaveewat, Akkaneewut Chabangborn and Montri Choowaong, 2008, Avulsion of Chao Phraya River from part of Nakhon Sawan Province, Thailand. Bulletin of Earth Sciences of Thailand, Vol. 1, No. 1-2.
  3. Loboonlert, P., Chabangborn, A. and Chalermchon, S., 2008, Crustal displacement after earthquake in September 12th 2007, from August 1st to October 31st 2007, using GPS data at Phuket, Thailand. Bulletin of Earth Sciences of Thailand, Vol. 2.
  4. Wohlfarth, B., Klubseang, W., Inthongkaew, S., Fritz, S.C., Blaauw, M., Reimer, P.J., Chabangborn, A., Löwemark, L., Chawchai, S., 2012. Holocene environmental changes in northeast Thailand as reconstructed from a tropical wetland. Global and Planetary Change 92-93, 148-161.
  5. Chawchai, S., Chabangborn, A., Kylander, M., Löwemark, L., Mörth, C.M., Blaauw, M., Klubseang, W., Reimer, P.J., Fritz, S.C., Wohlfarth, B., 2013. Lake Kumphawapi – an archive of Holocene palaeoenvirontal and palaeoclimatic changes in northeast Thailand. Quaternary Science Reviews 68, 59-75.
  6. Phantumwongraj, S., Choowong, M., Nanayama, F., Hisada, K. –I., Charusiri, P., Chutakositkanon, V., Pailoplee, S., and Chabangborn, A., 2013, Coastal geomorphic conditions and styles of storm surge washover deposits from Southern Thailand. Geomorphology 192, 43-58.
  7. Chabangborn, A., Brandefelt, J., Wohlfarth, B., 2014. Asian monsoon climate during the Last Glacial Maximum: palaeo-data–model comparisons. Boreas 43, 220-242.
  8. Chabangborn, A., Wohlfarth, B., 2014. Climate over mainland Southeast Asia 10.5–5 ka. Journal of Quaternary Science 29, 445-454.