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Spatial analysis of habitat conservation for hornbills: A case study of royal belum-temengor forest complex in Perak State Park, Malaysia

@article{Misni2017SpatialAO,
  title={Spatial analysis of habitat conservation for hornbills: A case study of royal belum-temengor forest complex in Perak State Park, Malaysia},
  author={Alamah Misni and Abdul Rauf Abdul Rasam and Siti Nor Afzan Buyadi},
  journal={Pertanika journal of social science and humanities},
  year={2017},
  volume={25},
  pages={11-20}
}
Habitat loss affects survival of hornbills in the wild and their dipping numbers has led Malaysia to classify them as threatened species. Thus, their habitat must be protected thorough greater conservation efforts to prevent extinction of that species. Royal BelumTemengor forest complex in Perak State Park with a total area of 32,733.9 hectares, is one of the last remaining frontiers for the hornbills in Malaysia. This study attempts to justify a spatial site analysis of effective habitat… 

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