The table below summarize data from a survey for total area on campuses covered in forest vegetation in 2019. This data is measured on both Vertical and Horizontal Vegetation Structure within KMUTT’s campuses which can serves as indicators in ecosystem management. It is apparent that KMUTT Bangmod campus were the highest percentage on area covered in planted vegetation at 35.70 percentages. However, in 2020 planning, there will be a big movement with the rise of forest and planted vegetation area to all campus.
This layout shows the various forest vegetation zone at KMUTT Bangmod campus. These include the main evergreen plant and colorful plant as well as aquatic plant and low maintenance plant. More than 40 percentages of Bangmod campus area is covered with evergreen plant. This plant has leaves throughout the year that are always green. They can act as an air pollution barrier by provide enough oxygen. Moreover, evergreen trees provide a home for birds and other wildlife which don’t require a lot of maintenance.
This layout shows the ecosystem and forest vegetation zone at KMUTT Bangkhuntein campus. The main plant found in campus are aquatic plant and mangrove forest.
This layout shows an area of forest vegetation at KMUTT Ratchaburi campus. The main plant found in campus are tree which grew in tropical rainforest.