Forests reserved for rubber

@article{Aziz2010ForestsRF,
  title={Forests reserved for rubber},
  author={S. A. Aziz and W. Laurance and R. Clements},
  journal={Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment},
  year={2010},
  volume={8},
  pages={178-178}
}
Among the world’s tropical regions, Southeast Asia has the highest relative deforestation rate and, for many faunal and floral groups, very high proportions of endemic and threatened species (Sodhi et al. 2010). Malaysia – which lies within this region – should therefore be lauded for retaining nearly 60% of its land area under forest cover, to help sustain its rich biodiversity. However, tropical rainforests there and elsewhere still face manifold threats. Recently, Mann (2009… Expand
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