Flora and Vegetation of Bali Indonesia

Additionally the book provides information about the traditional und the commercial use of the described plants and characterizes their ecological behavior. The field guide is an essential travel companion for all who love nature.

Author: Edgar Heim

Publisher: BoD – Books on Demand

ISBN: 9783735706874

Category: Nature

Page: 224

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This well illustrated field guide describes about 500 of the most common and eye-catching plants growing on Bali and the adjacent Java, most of them are illustrated with pictures. It is a comprehensive and valuable field guide for tourists and locals. The first part of the book describes the vegetation of Bali. It gives an overview of the Balinese ecosystems. Monsoon forests in the south, moist rainforests in the mountains and dry deciduous forests on the northern slopes generate patterns of unique ecosystems all over the island. The second part of the book is dedicated to the plant species living on Bali. With 400 pictures and their accurate descriptions, the reader should be able to recognize the different species in its habitat. Additionally the book provides information about the traditional und the commercial use of the described plants and characterizes their ecological behavior. The field guide is an essential travel companion for all who love nature.

Balinese Flora Fauna Discover Indonesia

Plants. and. Animals. As one moves up from the plains and foothills to the central highlands, the landscape and vegetation changes noticeably. Heat is rapidly lost after sunset at high altitudes so that in the mountains, ...

Author: Julian Davison

Publisher: Tuttle Publishing

ISBN: 9781462908769

Category: Nature

Page: 32

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This book provides a general introduction to the natural history of Bali, looking at each of the major ecosystems in turn and highlighting their most salient and interesting features. Watercolor panoramas and illustrations of typical or otherwise significant plants and animals from each type of habitat complement the text and provide the reader with a visual reference for some of the sights he or she is most likely to see during a visit to the island.

Ecology of Java Bali

The wet and the dry: Traditional irrigation in Bali and Morocco. ... The general progress of the Flora Malesiana. ... Checklist of Indonesian freshwater aquatic herbs including an introduduction to freshwater aquatic vegetation.

Author: Anthony J. Whitten

Publisher: Tuttle Publishing

ISBN: 9781462905041

Category: Nature

Page: 1004

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The Ecology of Java and Bali is a comprehensive ecological survey of two of the most ecologically diverse islands in the Pacific. It also contains the results of original research, interviews and personal experience. It will be useful to resource managers, ecologists and government planners, as well as to all others interested in the region. Java and Bali are the best known of all the islands in the Indonesian archipelago. Nowhere else in the country are ecological issues of such importance, and nowhere else is there a better chance of the major development problems being solved. This is because Java has the greatest concentration of development projects, the densest population, excellent human resources, and the interest of many of the most powerful decision makers. Bali, meanwhile, has the eyes of the world on it as an important tourist destination enjoyed by both domestic and foreign visitors.

Indonesia

Wallace observed that some of Indonesia's plants and animals (tigers, elephants, and tropical rain forests) had distinctly Asian ... Wallace's boundary runs between Bali and Lombok and continues northward between Sulawesi and Borneo.

Author: Florence Lamoureux

Publisher: ABC-CLIO

ISBN: 9781576079133

Category: History

Page: 251

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Describes Indonesia's history, geography, economics, institutions, and society.

Ecology of Java Bali

Series blurb: The Ecology of Indonesia series explores one of the most biologically diverse areas of the world, incorporating current research from Western and Indonesian specialists.

Author: Anthony J. Whitten

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9625930728

Category: History

Page: 969

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Series blurb: The Ecology of Indonesia series explores one of the most biologically diverse areas of the world, incorporating current research from Western and Indonesian specialists. Each book describes in detail, Indonesia's fragile ecosystems, its unparalled biodiversity, its peoples andtheir use of natural resources, and the ecological problems which have resulted from rapid economic development.

Cutting Across the Lands

An Annotated Bibliography on Natural Resource Management and Community Development in Indonesia, the Philippines, and Malaysia Eveline Ferretti ... Indonesia/ East Kalimantan/Forest flora/Forest regeneration/Vegetation analysis. 334.

Author: Eveline Ferretti

Publisher: Cornell University Press

ISBN: 9781501719134

Category: Nature

Page: 329

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An annotated bibliography focused on Borneo and the Southern Philippines. With over 1,000 citations, this reference work identifies patterns of forestland transformation common to the areas under consideration. A subject index is included.

Islands

Archipelago features roughly 28,000 species of flowering plants, Earth's second largest biodiversity. Broadleaf evergreen forests dominate Indonesia's flora on less densely populated islands; cultivated vegetation marks Java and Bali, ...

Author: Steven Roger Fischer

Publisher: Reaktion Books

ISBN: 9781780230535

Category: History

Page: 336

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When Lost’s Oceanic Airlines Flight 815 crashed, the survivors found themselves on a seemingly deserted island. In Defoe’s novel, Robinson Crusoe spends twenty-eight years on a remote tropical island near Trinidad, while in the movie Castaway Tom Hanks survives over four years on a South Pacific island. And Jurassic Park kept its dinosaur population confined to an island off the coast of Central America. Islands often find themselves at the center of imagined worlds, secluded and sometimes mystical locales filled with strange creatures and savage populations. The cannibals, raptors, and smoke monsters that exist on the islands of popular culture aside, the more than one million islands and islets on the planet are indeed small , geological, biological, and cultural laboratories. From Britain to Japan, from the Galapagos to Manhattan, this book roams the planet to provide the first global introduction to these waterlocked landforms. Longtime island dweller Steven Roger Fischer shows that, since time began, islands have been one of the primary birthplaces for plants, animals, and proto-humans. These eyots of stone and sand—whether in ocean, lake, or river—fostered the human race, and Fischer recounts how humanity then exploited these remarkable habitats as stepping stones to global dominion. He explores island economics, warfare, and politics, and he examines the role they have played in literature, art and psychology. At the same time, he sparks our imagination with visions of islands—from Atlantis to Tahiti, Treasure Island to Hawaii. Ultimately, he reveals, these isolated mini-worlds are a measure of humankind itself. An engaging account of the islets that have enriched, lured, terrified, and inspired us, Islands shines new light on these cradles of earth—and human—history.

SDG15 Life on Land

Indonesia has the fourth largest diversity of Indonesian flora in the world. Palm diversity ranks first on the global level with 477 species, with 225 of them being local endemic plants (Triyono, 2013; Widyatmoko, 2019).

Author: Nasim Ahmad Ansari

Publisher: Emerald Group Publishing

ISBN: 9781801178167

Category: Social Science

Page: 160

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This book seeks to demonstrate how ‘SDG15 - Life on Land’ can be implemented through effective biodiversity management, mainstreaming strategies and proposing solutions to achieve the goals.

Tropical Rain Forest Ecosystems

... Bali (Indonesia), 222 Bamaga—Lockerbie (Queensland, Australia), 249 bamboo(s) as climbers, 339, 341 — as host plants for ... 383, 384 bana vegetation in Venezuela, 126, 466 Banco (Ivory Coast), 432 Bangka (Indonesia), 82 Bangladesh, ...

Author: H. Lieth

Publisher: Elsevier

ISBN: 9780444596499

Category: Science

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After publication of the first volume of the Tropical Rain Forest, the International Journal of Mycology and Lichenology commented ``This is a welcome addition to the literature on the ecology of tropical rain forests. The book provides a wealth of data and stimulating discussions and is of great interest to ecologists interested in tropical areas.'' Whereas the first volume dealt with system-ecological aspects such as community organization and processes, the present volume concentrates on biogeographical aspects such as species composition, diversity, and geographical variation. Recent ecological research in the tropical rain forest has greatly extended our understanding of biogeographical patterns of variation in the various groups of organisms, and has revealed many of the ecological and evolutionary forces that led to the present patterns of variation. Many important systems of co-evolution between the tropical rain forest ecosystems have also come to light, and the loss of species and related damage is better understood in quantitative terms. This volume presents a comprehensive review of these and other features of the rain forest ecosystem structure, and the ecological processes operating that system. General chapters on abiotic and biotic factors are followed by specific chapters on all major groups of organisms. Prospects for the future are discussed and research needs clearly stated. Also the human exploitation of the system, its effects and its limits are discussed. The book is extensively illustrated by photographs, graphs, and tables, and comprehensive bibliographies follow each chapter. Author, systematic and subject indices complete the book. It is a must for all ecologists, agriculturists, foresters, agronomists, hydrologists, soil scientists, entomologists, human ecologists, nature conservationists, and planners dealing with tropical areas. Biologists and environmentalists will also find the volume of great interest.