The ecology of Papua, Part 2
Ecology of Papua Part II is a definitive guide to the ecology and natural history of Papua, the western half of the island of New Guinea. From the Ecology of Indonesia series, this title, along with Part I, contains essays by the world's leading experts on Papua's physical environment, flora, fauna, natural ecosystems, human interactions with nature and the conservation of natural resources.
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Abbreviations Used in This Volume
SECTION SIX HUMANECOSYSTEM INTERACTIONS
agriculture Allen altitude aquatic area for trees Australia Baliem Valley biodiversity biological canopy caves cm dbh CN CN CN coastal communities conservation areas Conservation International conservation priority coral reefs diversity dominated Ecology ecosystems endemic enforcement Environment environmental epiphytes estimated total basal Fakfak fascicularis fauna ferns fish fishery freshwater gardens genera global grassland habitat heath forest highlands Hutan illegal logging impacts Indonesia Irian Jaya Jakarta Jayapura land macaques Mamberamo mangrove mangrove forests Manokwari marine Merauke midmontane migrant montane Mountains natural resources Nothofagus occur Pandanus Papua New Guinea Papua Province plantations plants Polhemus population production protected areas rainforest Raja Ampat Islands range region River sago seagrass sediment shrubs slopes soil south Papua species subalpine swamp forest threats tion Tonda total basal area tropical types vegetation Wasur National Park Wildlife yes resident zone