Valuasi Ekonomi Hutan Rawa Gambut (Peat Swamp Forest) dan Kaitannya terhadap Desentralisasi Fiskal: Hutan Rawa Gambut Sebangau, Kalimantan Tengah Executive Summary The Sebangau peat swamp forest covering 605,000 hectares is the only one of its kind remaining in Central Kalimantan Province.
Developing a Tool for Carbon Accounting through Hydrological Modeling in the Sebangau Peatlands Ben DeVries - 2nd Thesis FINAL
Preface This research project is actually a culmination of work that has been taking place in the Sebangau National Park for a number of years. As such, this project was obviously not an individual endeavor, and there are a number of people to thank for their contributions.
Kebakaran hutan di sekitar areal penelitian khususnya terjadi di bagian timur kanal Kelampangan kearah jalan Palangkaraya-Banjarmasin, sedangkan hutan gambut di bagian barat kanal ke arah Sungai Sebangau tidak terbakar (Gambar 1).
Peat Land Topography derived from 30m resolution SRTM-X-SAR satellite images for Sebangau catchmentand Kahayan area, Kalampangan, Central Kalimantan SRTM-DEM-X-SAR ALS Kalampangan
Husson, S.J., Morrogh-Bernard, H.C., McLardy, C.S., Driscoll, R., Fear, N. & Page, S.E. (2002) The effects of illegal logging on the population of orang-utan in the Sebangau tropical peat swamp forest, Central Kalimantan.
Fire is a major t been exacerbated by El Niño-caused drought and exce forest cover in the Sebangau-Katingan catchment area years periods (1997-2006), based on the hot spot data, C the highest fire intensity and largest fire size in all of Indo at duce e fruit sonality will have negative impacts on ...
The three undeveloped forest study sites were located in an actively growing peat swamp forest area in the upper catchment of Sungai Sebangau, about 20 km southeast of Palangka Raya.
The study area was the Ex-Mega Rice Project (MRP) Blocks A, B, C, E and the Sebangau National Park between the rivers Sebangau, Rungan and Katingan.
Another source claimed that drained peat and vegetation in Kalimantan burned to release between 0.81 and 2.57 gigatonnes of carbon, the amount equivalent to 13% to 40% of the mean annual global carbon emissions from fossil fuels (PEAT Portal, 2004; Sebangau Ecosystem Restoration Project ). 4.1 ...