Rehabilitation of Tropical Rainforests Based on Indigenous Species for Degraded Areas in Sarawak, Malaysia
This study describes the success of native species planted in areas of abandoned shifting cultivation in Sarawak, Malaysia.
Research Goals & Methods
Site contitions in which species were planted included: open conditions, including severely eroded and compacted areas and man-made mounds, and shady conditions. Growth and survival was recorded for 60-72 months, depending on the site
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