The Ecology of Java and Bali

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Series: Ecology of Indonesia Volume: 2

By: Tony Whitten, Roehayat Emon Soeriaatmadja and Suraya A Affif

969 pages, 50 plates, 300 line illus, maps

Oxford University Press

Hardback | Dec 1997 | #44283 | ISBN: 9625930728
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This book draws on over 3000 Indonesian, Dutch and English sources to present a complete summary of our current scientific knowledge about the riverene, rainforest, mountain, and coastal ecosystems of Java and Bali. Using maps, colour photographs, and line-drawings, it examines these ecosystems and the interrelationships between some of their component species. It also focuses on the people of the islands and their use of natural resources, as a major part of these ecosystems. Discussion of development, conservation, and ecologically sustainable resource management is also incorporated.

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