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Tropical Conservation Science, 01/2017, Volume 10
In recent years, fires regularly and extensively took place in Indonesian forestand peatland, inducing a wide range of environmental and economic... 
Case studies | Restoration | Haze | Hot spots | Spatial discrimination | Peatlands | Air quality | Air pollution | Smoke | Rivers | Economic impact | Environmental impact
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Tropical Conservation Science, ISSN 1940-0829, 4/2017, Volume 10, p. 194008291770616
In recent years, fires regularly and extensively took place in Indonesian forest and peatland, inducing a wide range of environmental and economic impacts,... 
Peat conservation | Fire risk modeling | Forest fire | Peat fire | Tropical peatland | forest fire | tropical peatland | TROPICAL PEATLANDS | peat conservation | EMISSIONS | peat fire | FOREST | AIR-POLLUTION | POLICY | fire risk modeling | DEGRADATION | IMPACTS | BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION
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Ecology and Society, ISSN 1708-3087, 6/2016, Volume 21, Issue 2, p. 52
Oil palm has increasingly been established on peatlands throughout Indonesia. One of the concerns is that the drainage required for cultivating oil palm in... 
Sustainable agriculture | Carbon dioxide emissions | Plantations | Peatlands | Subsidence | Minerals | Research | Floods | Net present value | Peat | Land use | Jelutung | Ecosystem services | Flood risk modeling | Oil palm | Indonesia | BIODIVERSITY | TROPICAL PEATLANDS | PEAT SOILS | SUBSIDENCE | oil palm | CONSERVATION | flood risk modeling | KALIMANTAN | ECOLOGY | jelutung | SOUTH | ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES | peat | ecosystem services
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Regional Environmental Change, ISSN 1436-3798, 2016, Volume 16, Issue 4, pp. 1011 - 1021
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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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Ecosystem Services, ISSN 2212-0416, 04/2015, Volume 12, pp. 71 - 83
Ecosystem accounting has been proposed as a comprehensive, innovative approach to natural capital accounting, and basically involves the biophysical and... 
Ecosystem accounting | Resource rent | Central Kalimantan | Ecosystem services | Damage cost | BIODIVERSITY | CARBON | BENEFIT TRANSFER | VALUATION | PEATLANDS | ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES | LAND-USE CHANGE | CONSERVATION | SOUTHEAST-ASIA | PALM | ECOLOGY | ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES
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Ecosystem Services, ISSN 2212-0416, 06/2015, Volume 13, pp. 64 - 69
Assessment of ecosystem services through spatial modelling plays a key role in ecosystem accounting. Spatial models for ecosystem services try to capture... 
Spatial scales | Ecosystem services modelling | Ecosystem services mapping | Capacity | Ecosystem services indicator | Flow | Environmental Systems Analysis Group | Milieusysteemanalyse | Environmental Systems Analysis | WIMEK | Leerstoelgroep Milieusysteemanalyse | ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES | ECOLOGY | ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES
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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 EL 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 Waldron, 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 Van, Der Meer 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 Seh-Hwi 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, Beatrice 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 Anthony and Quoi, Le Phat and Dohong, Alue and Gunawan, Haris and Gaveau, David LA and Langner, Andreas and Lim, Felix KS and Edwards, David P and Giam, Xingli and Van, Der Werf 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 Ripoll and Ballhorn, Uwe and ...
ISSN 1354-1013, 2017
The first International Peat Congress (IPC) held in the tropics - in Kuching (Malaysia) - brought together over 1000 international peatland scientists and... 
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Ecology and Society, 06/2016, Volume 21, Issue 2, p. 1
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Quarterly Journal of International Agriculture, ISSN 0049-8599, 2015, Volume 54, Issue 1, pp. 77 - 100
The implementation of the decentralisation policies in Indonesia, which started in 2000, has fundamentally changed the country's forest governance framework.... 
Deforestation | Forest governance | Decentralisation | Indonesia
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02/2015
The implementation of the decentralisation policies in Indonesia, which started in 2000, has fundamentally changed the country’s forest governance framework.... 
Environmental Economics and Policy | forest governance | decentralisation | Land Economics/Use | Indonesia | deforestation
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2016, 1, ISBN 1138025089
This chapter provides an introduction to ecosystem accounting, its key properties and niche in the overall system for environmental-economic accounting, and... 
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