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SABAH FORESTRY DEPARTMENT  
     
RESEARCH PAPERS

1994

  1. Effects of Tree Species Heterogeneity on Leaf Fall in Primary and Logged Dipterocarp Forest in the Ulu Segama Forest Reserve, Sabah, Malaysia (Burghouts et al)

  2. Factors Limiting the Growth of Indigenous Tree Seedlings Planted on Degraded Rainforest Soils in Sabah, Malaysia (Nussbaum et al)

1996

  1. Retaining Forest Biomass by Reducing Logging Damage (Pinard et al)

1998

  1. Effects of Trenching on Growth and Survival of Planted Shorea Parvifolia Seedlings under Pioneer Stands in a Logged-Over Forest (Pinard et al)

2000

  1. Soil Disturbance and Post-Logging Forest Recovery on Bulldozer Paths in Sabah, Malaysia (Pinard et al)

2001

  1. Herbivory on Planted Dipterocarp Seedlings in Secondary Logged Forests and Primary Forests of Sabah, Malaysia (Howlett et al)

2003

  1. Ecology of Butterflies in Natural and Selectively Logged Forests of Northern Borneo: The Importance of Habitat Heterogeneity (Hamer et al)

  2. Effects of Seed Availability, Site Conditions, and Herbivory on Pioneer Recruitment after Logging in Sabah, Malaysia (Howlett et al)

2005

  1. Secondary Succession and Dipterocarp Recruitment in Bornean Rain Forest after Logging (Bischoff et al)

2009

  1. The Value of Rehabilitating Logged Rainforest for Birds (Edwards et al)

  2. Ecosystem Carbon Dynamics in Logged Forest of Malaysian Borneo (Saner et al)

2011

  1. Degraded Lands Worth Protecting: The Biological Importance of Southeast Asia’s Repeatedly Logged Forests (Edwards et al)

  2. A Large-Scale Forest Fragmentation Experiment: The Stability of Altered Forest Ecosystems Project (Ewers et al)

  3. Rehabilitation of Logged Rain Forests: Avifaunal Composition, Habitat Structure, and Implications for Biodiversity-Friendly REDD+ (Ansell et al)

  4. Rehabilitation of Logged Rainforests: Avifaunal Composition, Habitat Structure, and Implications for Biodiversity-Friendly REDD+ (Ansell et al)

  5. Changes in Forest Land Use and Management in Sabah, Malaysian Borneo, 1990–2010, with a Focus on the Danum Valley Region (Reynolds et al)

  6. Establishing The Evidence Base for Maintaining Biodiversity and Ecosystem Function in the Oil Palm Landscapes of South East Asia (Foster et al)

  7. Impacts of Logging on Density-Dependent Predation of Dipterocarp Seeds in a South East Asian Rainforest (Bagchi et al)

  8. INFAPRO Rehabilitation of Logged-Over Dipterocarp Forest in Sabah, Malaysia (Face the Future)

  9. The Sabah Biodiversity Experiment: A Long-Term Test of the Role of Tree Diversity in Restoring Tropical Forest Structure and Functioning (Hector et al)

  10. The Conservation Value of South East Asia’s Highly Degraded Forests: Evidence from Leaf-Litter Ants (Woodcock et al)

2012

  1. Reduced-Impact Logging and Biodiversity Conservation: A Case Study from Borneo (Edwards et al)

  2. Light-based Regeneration Niches: Evidence from 21 Dipterocarp Species Using Size-Specific RGRs (Philipson et al)

  3. Differential Growth Responses in Seedlings of Ten Species of Dipterocarpaceae to Experimental Shading and Defoliation (Paine et al)

  4. Light-Based Regeneration Niches: Evidence from 21 Dipterocarp Species usingSize-Specific RGRs (Philipson et al)

2013

  1. Insect Diversity of Bukit Piton Forest Reserve, Sabah (Y C Chung et al)

  2. Insect Diversity of Malua Forest Reserve, Sabah (Y C Chung et al)

  3. Orang-utan Rope-Bridges in Ulu Segama Forest Reserve (WWF Malaysia)

  4. Orang-utan Nest Distribution Survey in Bukit Piton Forest Reserve (WWF Malaysia)

  5. Extreme Differences in Forest Degradation in Borneo: Comparing Practices in Sarawak, Sabah, and Brunei (Bryan et al)

  6. Long-Term Responses of Rainforest Erosional Systems at Different Spatial Scales to Selective Logging and Climatic Change (Walsh et al)

2014

  1. The Distribution and Persistence of Primate Species in Disturbed and Converted Forest Landscapes in Sabah, Malaysia: Preliminary Results (Bernard et al)

  2. A Trait-Based Trade-Off between Growth and Mortality: Evidence from 15 Tropical Tree Species Using Size-Specific Relative Growth Rates (Philipson et al)
 
 


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