The importance of human–macaque folklore for conservation in Lore Lindu National Park, Sulawesi, Indonesia

Erin P. Riley

The importance of human–macaque folklore for conservation in Lore Lindu National Park, Sulawesi, Indonesia

Oryx, Volume 44, Issue 02, April 2010, pp 235-240

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Retrieval of forest attributes in complex successional forests of Central Indonesia: Modeling and estimation of bitemporal data

Arief Wijaya *a,b, Veraldo Liesenberg *a and Richard Gloaguen *a

Retrieval of forest attributes in complex successional forests of Central Indonesia: Modeling and estimation of bitemporal data

Forest Ecology and Management Volume 259, Issue 12, 25 May 2010, Pages 2315-2326

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Forest aboveground biomass along an elevational transect in Sulawesi, Indonesia, and the role of Fagaceae in tropical montane rain forests

Heike Culmsee, Christoph Leuschner 1, Gerald Moser 1, Ramadhanil Pitopan 2

Forest aboveground biomass along an elevational transect in Sulawesi, Indonesia, and the role of Fagaceae in tropical montane rain forests

Journal of Biogeography 37 (5): 960-974 (May 2010)

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