Livelihoods, land types and the importance of ecosystem goods and services: developing a predictive understanding of landscape valuation by the Punan Pelancau people of East Kalimantan

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Livelihoods, land types and the importance of ecosystem goods and services: developing a predictive understanding of landscape valuation by the Punan Pelancau people of East Kalimantan

Livelihoods, land types and the importance of ecosystem goods and services: developing a predictive understanding of landscape valuation by the Punan Pelancau people of East Kalimantan

Authors: Lynam, T.J.P.; Cunliffe, R.N.; Sheil, D.; Wan, M.; Salim, A.; Priyadi, H.; Basuki, I.

Topic: tropical forests,landscape,landscape ecology,traditional society,ethnic groups,participation,resource utilization,valuation,methodology,geographical information systems

Geographic: East Kalimantan,Indonesia

Pages: 64p.

Publisher: Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), Bogor, Indonesia

Publication Year: 2006

ISBN: 979-24-4650-8

DOI: 10.17528/cifor/002162


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