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Science of the Total Environment, ISSN 0048-9697, 01/2020, Volume 699, p. 134199
Over recent decades, the combination of deforestation, peat drainage and fires have resulted in widespread degradation of Southeast Asia's tropical peatlands.... 
Deforestation | Hydrology | Restoration | Organic soils | Fire | Indonesia | SUMATRA | FIRES | DRAINAGE | EMISSIONS | CENTRAL KALIMANTAN | MOISTURE | ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES | SUBSIDENCE | ORGANIC-CARBON | SOIL | Asia, Southeastern | Forests | Groundwater | Ecosystem | Fires | Soil | Conservation of Natural Resources
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Restoration Ecology, ISSN 1061-2971, 03/2017, Volume 25, Issue 2, pp. 312 - 321
Tropical peat swamp forests (TPSFs) are found mainly in Southeast Asia and especially Indonesia. A total of 61% were lost between 1990 and 2015 and 6% remained... 
silviculture | transplanting | peatlands | reforestation | seedling nurseries | Indonesia | FIRES | EMISSIONS | REGENERATION | CENTRAL KALIMANTAN | DISPERSAL | ECOLOGY | VEGETATION | Reforestation | Valuation | Air pollution | Forest management | Real property | Greenhouse gases | Peat | Peat-bogs | Funding | Environmental restoration | Peatlands
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Restoration Ecology, ISSN 1061-2971, 09/2012, Volume 20, Issue 5, pp. 631 - 637
Forest rehabilitation activities have been initiated on degraded peatland at several sites in Southeast Asia. In order to achieve rehabilitation efficiently... 
tropical peatlands | seed dispersal | seedling recruitment | perching sites | Seed dispersal | Tropical peatlands | Seedling recruitment | PASTURE | RECRUITMENT | LANDSCAPE | BARRIERS | SUCCESSION | ESTABLISHMENT | TREES | ECOLOGY | VEGETATION | Animal behavior | Peat | Peat-bogs | Birds | Environmental restoration | Reforestation | Plant propagation
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MIRES AND PEAT, ISSN 1819-754X, 2018, Volume 23, Issue 2, pp. 1 - 13
Carbon-rich tropical peat swamp forests (PSFs) are being degraded at an alarming rate. In response to national and global agendas, landscape-scale PSF... 
succession | PSF | REGENERATION | CENTRAL KALIMANTAN | LOWLAND RAIN-FOREST | REPRODUCTIVE-BEHAVIOR | natural regeneration | PEATLANDS | germination | PENINSULAR MALAYSIA | DISPERSAL | ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES | seed dispersal | SOUTHEAST-ASIA | dormancy | Indonesia
Journal Article
by Wijedasa, Lahiru S and Jauhiainen, Jyrki and Könönen, Mari and Lampela, Maija and Vasander, Harri and Leblanc, Marie-Claire and Evers, Stephanie and Smith, Thomas E.L and Yule, Catherine M and Varkkey, Helena and Lupascu, Massimo and Parish, Faizal and Singleton, Ian and Clements, Gopalasamy R and Aziz, Sheema Abdul and Harrison, Mark E and Cheyne, Susan and Anshari, Gusti Z and Meijaard, Erik and Goldstein, Jenny E and Walon, Susan and Hergoualc'h, Kristell and Dommain, Rene and Frolking, Steve and Evans, Christopher D and Posa, Mary Rose C and Glaser, Paul H and Suryadiputra, Nyoman and Lubis, Reza and Santika, Truly and Padfield, Rory and Kurnianto, Sofyan and Hadisiswoyo, Panut and Lim, Teck Wyn and Page, Susan E and Gauci, Vincent and Meer, Van Der, Peter J and Buckland, Helen and Garnier, Fabien and Samuel, Marshall K and Choo, Liza Nuriati Lim Kim and O'reilly, Patrick and Warren, Matthew and Suksuwan, Surin and Sumarga, Elham and Jain, Anuj and Laurance, William F and Couwenberg, John and Joosten, Hans and Vernimmen, Ronald and Hooijer, Aljosja and Malins, Chris and Cochrane, Mark A and Perumal, Balu and Siegert, Florian and Peh, Kelvin S.H and Comeau, Louis-Pierre and Verchot, Louis and Harvey, Charles F and Cobb, Alex and Jaafar, Zeehan and Wösten, Henk and Manuri, Solichin and Müller, Moritz and Giesen, Wim and Phelps, Jacob and Yong, Ding Li and Silvius, Marcel and Wedeux, Béatrice M.M and Hoyt, Alison and Osaki, Mitsuru and Hirano, Takashi and Takahashi, Hidenori and Kohyama, Takashi S and Haraguchi, Akira and Nugroho, Nunung P and Coomes, David A and Quoi, Le Phat and Dohong, Alue and Gunawan, Haris and Gaveau, David L.A and Langner, Aneas and Lim, Felix K.S and Edwards, David P and Giam, Xingli and Werf, Van Der, Guido and Carmenta, Rachel and Verwer, Caspar C and Gibson, Luke and Gandois, Laure and Graham, Laura Linda Bozena and Regalino, Jhanson and Wich, Serge A and Rieley, Jack and Kettridge, Nicholas and Brown, Chloe and Pirard, Romain and Moore, Sam and Capilla, B.R and Ballhorn, Uwe and ...
Global Change Biology, ISSN 1354-1013, 2017, Volume 23, Issue 3, pp. 977 - 982
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MIRES AND PEAT, ISSN 1819-754X, 2019, Volume 24, Issue 18, pp. 1 - 21
Peatlands are valuable but threatened ecosystems. Intervention to tackle direct threats is often necessary, but should be informed by scientific evidence to... 
BIODIVERSITY | peat swamp | SPONTANEOUS REVEGETATION | SUCCESSION | DISTURBANCE | fen | ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES | SPHAGNUM | MINED PEATLANDS | GAP | SWAMP FOREST | EVIDENCE-BASE | bog | mire | restoration | Biodiversity and Ecology | Environmental and Society | Environmental Sciences | Global Changes
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MIRES AND PEAT, ISSN 1819-754X, 2018, Volume 22
Carbon-rich tropical peat swamp forests (PSFs) are being degraded at an alarming rate. In response to national and global agendas, landscape-scale PSF... 
succession | SUMATRA | PSF | REGENERATION | CENTRAL KALIMANTAN | LOWLAND RAIN-FOREST | REPRODUCTIVE-BEHAVIOR | natural regeneration | PEATLANDS | germination | PENINSULAR MALAYSIA | DISPERSAL | ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES | seed dispersal | dormancy | DYNAMICS | Indonesia
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Journal of Tropical Ecology, ISSN 0266-4674, 7/2011, Volume 27, Issue 4, pp. 433 - 435
Orang-utans (Pongo spp.) are primarily frugivorous (Morrogh-Bernard et al. 2009) and are often regarded as important seed dispersers (Corlett 1998). In Tanjung... 
Conservation biology | Apes | Chimpanzees | Tissue paper | Spats | Habitat conservation | Germination | SHORT COMMUNICATION | Seed dispersal | Orangutans | Peat | Borneo | peat-swamp forest | seed dispersal | Ape | Sabangau | seed germination | Pongo | Indonesia | DISPERSAL | ECOLOGY | CHIMPANZEES | FOREST | Seeds | Anatomy & physiology | Monkeys & apes | Defecation
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JOURNAL OF NUCLEAR MEDICINE, ISSN 0161-5505, 07/2009, Volume 50, Issue 7, pp. 1028 - 1035
The purpose of this study was to investigate the kinetic behavior of 3'-deoxy-3'-F-18-fluorothymidine (F-18-FLT) before and early after initiation of... 
CARCINOMA-CELLS | 3'-DEOXY-3'-FLUOROTHYMIDINE | head and neck cancer | KINASE | 3 '-deoxy-3 '-F-18-fluorothymidine | VALIDATION | PROLIFERATION | BRAIN-TUMORS | EMISSION-TOMOGRAPHY | RADIOTHERAPY | F-18-FLT | RADIOLOGY, NUCLEAR MEDICINE & MEDICAL IMAGING | PET
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2013, Global culture and sport, ISBN 9780230299788, 220
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12/2007, ISBN 069112065X, Volume 39, Issue 12, 2
Book Review
2013, ISBN 1137290714
"Sport plays a collective social, political and cultural role around the world. In recent years, however, it has become associated with stories of corruption... 
Corrupt practices | Fraud | Sports
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