Logging History and Its Impact on Forest Structure and Species Composition in the Pasoh Forest Reserve — Implications for the Sustainable Management of Natural Resources and Landscapes

@inproceedings{Okuda2003LoggingHA,
  title={Logging History and Its Impact on Forest Structure and Species Composition in the Pasoh Forest Reserve — Implications for the Sustainable Management of Natural Resources and Landscapes},
  author={Toshinori Okuda and Mariko Suzuki and Naoki Adachi and Keiichiro Yoshida and Kaoru Niiyama and Nur Supardi Md. Noor and Nor Azman Hussein and N. Manokaran and Mazlan Hashim},
  year={2003}
}
Abstract: A part of the Pasoh Forest Reserve (Pasoh FR) was once logged under a logging regime called the Malayan Uniform System (MUS) in the 1950s. The core area of the reserve is a residual unlogged (primary) forest that shows the typical structure and species composition of lowland dipterocarp forest; the logged area of the reserve is also a relict area of regenerating lowland forest. In this chapter, we review and summarize previous studies of logging impacts on the forest structure and… CONTINUE READING

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