19.06.2019 12:36
Evaluation of carbon emission from tropical peatland in central Kalimantan, Indonesia and technology transfer of the evaluation method

SUMMARY As a part of a technical cooperation for REDD+ in Indonesia, the authors organized existing methodologies into a...

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19.06.2019 12:35
Advanced estimation of tropical peatland/wetland ecosystems using innovative technologies

SUMMARY High Carbon Reservoir (HCR) Ecosystems is most important Ecosystem for Carbon Flux affecting strongly Climate Change and Human...

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19.06.2019 12:26
Ground water level, rainfall and subsidence: key factors analysis affecting peatland management system for oil palm plantations in Indonesia

Peatland has been cultivated for various agricultural crops for many years in Indonesia However, in recent times, land fires...

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19.06.2019 12:20
Mutual interdependence between rewetting, afforestation and fire protection in tropical peatlands

SUMMARY Peat surface moisture was significantly higher in the forest comparing that of grass land. This high moisture in...

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19.06.2019 12:09
Peatland utilization with secure and Sustainable management: A case study in oil palm and timber forest plantations in Sumatra

Peatland utilization for plantations requires aerobic condition at the upper peat layer and groundwater level (GWL) conditions at a...

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19.06.2019 12:08
Eddy covariance measurement of methane flux above a primary tropical Peat swamp in Sarawak, Malaysia

Tropical peat swamp forest is one of the world‘s most important terrestrial ecosystems, in which both swamp forest and...

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19.06.2019 12:06
Carbon balance of tropical swamp forest

SUMMARY The features of the carbon balance of tropical peat swamp forest, such as seasonal variation, environmental controlsand distrubance...

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19.06.2019 12:53
Peat fire, air pollution and hydrological processes in a tropical peatland, Central Kalimantan, Indonesia

Dense haze emitted from peat/forest fires in 1997/98 and 2002 damaged not only the peatland and forest themselves but...

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