multi-functional lands facing oil palm monocultures

Multi-Functional Lands Facing Oil Palm Monocultures

Multi-functional lands facing oil palm monocultures: A case study of a land conflict in West Kalimantan, Indonesia. ASEAS?Austrian Journal of SouthEast Asian Studies, 9(1), 11-32. This paper presents an ethnographic case

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multi-functional lands facing oil palm monocultures: a

Multi-Functional Lands Facing Oil Palm Monocultures: A

Multi-Functional Lands Facing Oil Palm Monocultures: A Case Study of a Land Conflict in West Kalimantan, Indonesia Published in Austrian Journal of South East Asian Studies (ASEAS), 9(1), 11 - 32.

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multi-functional lands facing oil palm monocultures: a

Multi-Functional Lands Facing Oil Palm Monocultures: A

Multi-Functional Lands Facing Oil Palm Monocultures: A Case Study of a Land Conflict in West Kalimantan, Indonesia

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multi-functional lands facing oil palm monocultures - core

Multi-functional lands facing oil palm monocultures - CORE

Multi-functional lands facing oil palm monocultures: a case study of a land conflict in West Kalimantan, Indonesia

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trade-offs between multifunctionality and profit

Trade-offs between multifunctionality and profit

We find widespread biodiversity-profit trade-offs resulting from land-use transitions from forest and agroforestry systems to rubber and oil palm monocultures, for 26,894 aboveground and

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revisiting the relationships between human well-being

Revisiting the relationships between human well-being

Multi-functional lands facing oil palm monocultures: a case study of a land conflict in West Kalimantan, Indonesia. ASEAS?Austrian Journal of South-East Asian Studies, 9 (1), 11?32. Social-ecological resilience thinking as a bridging concept in transdisciplinary research on climate-change adaptation.

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responses of tropical fruit bats to monoculture

Responses of tropical fruit bats to monoculture

The findings of the current study were not consistent with that of Fukuda et al. (2009) from Borneo, which concluded that frugivorous bat species rarely use oil palm agricultural lands for feeding; thus the vegetation structure in oil palm plantations may have caused a low number of frugivorous species to be captured, particularly those dependent on forest habitat.

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from subsistence farming to sugar-cane monoculture

FROM SUBSISTENCE FARMING TO SUGAR-CANE MONOCULTURE

The country has a dual land tenure system, the Swazi Nation Land (SNL) and the Title Deed Land (TDL). The former, which accounts for 54 percent of the nation鈥檚 total land area, is communal land held in trust for the nation by the King through chiefs who al- locate usufruct rights to individual Swazi families.

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report on palm oil and deforestation of rainforests

REPORT on palm oil and deforestation of rainforests

on palm oil and deforestation of rainforests Notes the effects of large oil palm monocultures, which increase pest presence, water pollution from agrochemicals and soil erosion, and impact the carbon sinking and ecology of the whole region, hampering the migration of animal species; Globiom study楾he land use change impact of

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establishing the evidence base for maintaining

Establishing the evidence base for maintaining

Oil palm pests tend to be native species that have transferred to the introduced oil palm monocultures . Although there is a wide range of economically important pest taxa, the most prominent are lepidopteran insect defoliators, principally bagworms (Psychidae) and nettle caterpillars (Limacodidae) [69,74鈥?6].

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multi鈥恠cale habitat modelling identifies spatial

Multi鈥恠cale habitat modelling identifies spatial

1 INTRODUCTION. Deforestation, fire, and land conversion (e.g., to large鈥恠cale oil palm and Acacia monocultures) are rapidly altering South and Southeast Asian landscapes (Cushman, Macdonald, Landguth, Malhi, & Macdonald, 2017; Tacconi, 2003), resulting in some of the highest rates of habitat loss worldwide (Gaveau et al., 2016; Miettinen, Shi, & Liew, 2011).

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oil palm and biodiversity : a situation analysis

Oil palm and biodiversity : a situation analysis

he situation analysis primarily focuses on oil palm in the context of biodiversity conservation based on literature published before 31 January 2018, and aims to provide a constructive pathway to

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exploring conservation management in an oil-palm

Exploring Conservation Management in an Oil-palm

Lessons learned from this case study provide important insights into how orangutans and their habitats could be protected in the kind of multi-functional landscapes in which some 70% of all remaining orangutans occur. Tropical oil-palm plantations are considered a major threat to threatened wildlife, including the Critically Endangered Bornean

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cacao cultivation under diverse shade tree cover allows

Cacao Cultivation under Diverse Shade Tree Cover Allows

One of the main drivers of tropical forest loss is their conversion to oil palm, soy or cacao plantations with low biodiversity and greatly reduced carbon storage. Southeast Asian cacao plantations are often established under shade tree cover, but are later converted to non-shaded monocultures to avoid resource competition. We compared three co-occurring cacao cultivation systems (3 replicate

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the world's top 10 battles for environmental justice | cosmos

The world's top 10 battles for environmental justice | Cosmos

Booming palm oil production is behind a land-grabbing surge for plantations, which threatens communities. of those living near waste sites by facing down a multi-billion dollar waste industry

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camera-trapping for conservation: a guide to best

Camera-trapping for conservation: a guide to best

Camera-trapping for conservation: a guide to best-practices. While many studies have demonstrated that large oil palm monocultures (>100 ha) are detrimental to biodiversity, including mammals

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