2 edition of invitation to the mammals of East Kalimantan found in the catalog.
invitation to the mammals of East Kalimantan
by Japan International Cooperation Agency and Directorate General of Higher Education, Ministry of Education and Culture, Republic of Indonesia in [Samarinda]
Written in English
Includes bibliographical references (p. 384).
|Other titles||Mammals of East Kalimantan|
|Statement||by Shigeki Yasuma.|
|Series||PUSREHUT special publication ;, no. 3|
|LC Classifications||QL729.I5 Y37 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 384 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||384|
|LC Control Number||99916370|
BALIKPAPAN. The second largest city of East Kalimantan is a modern seaport town and it can hardly be skipped by any traveller – most of them will land here anyway as it has the second most frequently used airport in Indonesia; only Jakarta can beat it. It is easy to move around in Balikpapan since – rarely in Kalimantan – the city has very good roads and transport. Birding Kalimantan. The Indonesian portion of Borneo, covers 73% of the island and is know as Kalimantan consisting of four provinces. Kalimantan’s total area is , square kilometres (, square miles).The Indonesian part of the island of Borneo is much more rural than the Malaysian part with a larger area but similar sized population of c million.
The second volume in the Tropenbos Kalimantan series is an Indonesian translation of the publication Trees of the Balikpapan-Samarinda Area, East Kalimantan, Indonesia, A Manual to Selected Species, originally published by the Tropenbos Foundation (Tropenbos series 7). Located on the island of Borneo, East Kalimantan also was subjected to prolonged droughts and extensive wildfires in and that were linked to the El Nino-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) phenomenon. The changes in the rainforest ecosystem in East Kalimantan during this year cycle of severe ENSO events are the subject of this book.
Hose's langur (Presbytis hosei) is a species of primate in the family Cercopithecidae endemic to the island of Borneo, including Brunei, Kalimantan (), and East natural habitat is subtropical or tropical dry is threatened by habitat loss. It was first identified in Kutai National Park and Sangkulirang Peninsula, East Kalimantan, Indonesia, in There is some evidence that suggests that the banteng is not a monophyletic species (see Hassanin & Ropiquet ); however, phylogenetic studies of this species are few and continue to be confounded by hybridization, small sample sizes (Nijman et al. ) and the inability to obtain tissue samples from all subspecies. Grzimek () did not.
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An invitation to the mammals of East Kalimantan. Complete Title: An invitation to the mammals of East Kalimantan. Non IUCN Publication. Author(s): Yasuma, Shigeki; Organization(s): Japan, International Cooperation Agency (JICA) Indonesia, Directorate of Higher Education; Abstract:Cited by: Publications advanced search.
Publication Type. species distributed in South East Asia Sunda Shelf and Mentawai Island; Leopoldamys sabanus in Indochina and Thailand to Malaysia, Sumatra, Jawa, and Kalimantan and YASUMA () An invitation to the mammals of East Kalimantan.
IJ 97 50, R p.) S. TAKAHATA () Illustrated plant list of PUSREHUT. plates. (PUSREHUT 50, Rp.) Y. KIYONO and HASTANIAH () Slash—and-burn agriculture and succeeding vegetation in East Kalimantan. C 50, Rp.). A field guide to the mammals of Borneo. Kota Kinabalu. The Sabah Society. Agresti A ().
An invitation to the mammals of East Kalimantan. Borneo: Treasure Island at Risk. Report for WWF Germany. Biodiversity significance of North and East Kalimantan: North and East Kalimantan’s forests store over million tonnes of carbon and are habitat to hundreds of endangered species.
The Heart of Borneo is a world-renowned biodiversity hot-spot. Main economic activities of North and East Kalimantan: Coal mining (60% for Indonesia).
Kalimantan is subdivided into four Indonesian states. One of these states, East Kalimantan, includes the southeastern parts of the central mountain ranges of the island and lies between approximately 4° north latitude and 2° south latitude Figure It has an area of 21 km 2 which occupies about 11% of the whole country.
Despite its. Logging has been operated throughout Bornean tropical forests that harbor diverse fauna species. We examined the responses of ground-dwelling wildlife to logging intensity in two certified forest management units under the same climate and vegetation in East Kalimantan, Indonesia, in – Samarinda and Berau, East Kalimantan, Indonesia The Nature Conservancy-East Kalimantan Program Forest Science News is not like any of the species in the bird guide books.
Kalimantan Raya, koran nu diterbitkeun di Banjarmasin ku A.A Hamidhan tanggal 5 Maret Zuider en Ooster Afdeeling van Bornéo, daerah kidul jeung wetan Kalimantan nyaéta Kalimantan Selatan, Kalimantan Tengah jeung Kalimantan Timur, nu diparentah ku Residen tepi ka taun An invitation to the mammals of East Kalimantan.
PUSREHUT Special Publication No 3. JIKA, Directorate General of Higher Education, Republic of Indonesia. East Kalimantan has at least species of wild orchids. Wild orchids are difficult to cultivate and once their habitat is damaged, it will be almost impossible for the orchids to survive.
The damage caused by the fire was therefore a big loss to the nation. In East Kalimantan, aroundspecies of plants grow, including black orchids whose price per interest can reach IDR ,IDREast Kalimantan is the largest province in Indonesia with an area of approximatelykm² or about one and a half times the islands of Java and Madura or 11% of the total area of Indonesia.
Kalimantan is the Indonesian part of the island of Borneo, the 3rd largest island in the Indonesian part covers somekm2 (, sq mi), the vast area is home to only 12 million people, so most of the area, especially in the interior, is very sparsely populated.
Borneo (/ ˈ b ɔːr n i oʊ /; Malay: Pulau Borneo, Indonesian: Kalimantan) is the third-largest island in the world and the largest in Asia. At the geographic centre of Maritime Southeast Asia, in relation to major Indonesian islands, it is located north of Java, west of Sulawesi, and east of Sumatra.
The island is politically divided among three countries: Malaysia and Brunei in the. Plan a trip to East Kalimantan and create a sightseeing itinerary for your East Kalimantan holiday.
See & Do More on your East Kalimantan vacation. The study areas Sungai Wain and BOS Samboja Lestari are situated in East Kalimantan, Indonesia ().Sungai Wain is a unique protected forest of about hectares that contains one of the last unburned primary forests of the Balikpapan–Samarinda area (Whitehouse and Mulyana, ).Samboja Lestari is a hectares reforestation project owned by the.
This book is % pulp, the action and the characters are very well delineated from the beginning, and the action is fast paced, overall I am satisfied as I am from a tropical country with a rich folklore I can identify with these stories, Kalimantan is exactly what the cover suggests, action and adventure in an exotic context colonialism and fantasy with colorful Reviews: 1.
Distribution study of white-shouldered ibis (Pseudibis davisoni) in East Kalimantan-Indonesia Edy Sutrisno. The White-shouldered Ibis (Pseudibis davisoni) has been listed as an endangered species in the Red Data Book, due to its small and declining is still limited research on this species, especially about its ecology and distribution aspect.
East Kalimantan is an Indonesian province of the island of Borneo (figure 1). East Kalimantan, and Borneo in general, is of global importance for both carbon storage and biodiversity. The aboveground biomass (AGB) carrying capacity per unit area of Bornean forests is 60% higher than Amazonian forests (Slik et al ).
Samarinda is the capital of the Indonesian province of East Kalimantan, on the island of Borneo. The History and Geography of Samarinda. Samarinda began life as a small Bugis settlement. Ethnic Bugis settlers crossed over to Borneo from Indonesia’s neighbouring island of Sulawesi in the late 17th century.
The city was officially founded on.The Social Travel Network for Kutai National Park. Meet up with locals and fellow travelers in Kutai National Park.
Share travel experiences, activities, accommodation and advice.The diversity of marine life in this region is less well known than others, but with over species of coral and almost species of fish recorded, it certainly packs a punch. For divers seeking off the beaten track adventure, Kalimantan offers much to enjoy.