Laumonier, Y.; Cosiaux, A.; Ranlund, A.; Stas, S.; Persulessy, Y.; Rahman, I.
The Collaborative Land Use Planning and Sustainable Institutional Arrangements for strengthening land tenure, forest and community rights in Indonesia (CoLUPSIA) project aims to contribute to reducing environmental degradation and strengthening land tenure and community rights by collaboratively integrating all stakeholders’ views in land-use planning processes. The outputs revolve around the relationship between land-use planning, land allocation and the provision and scoping for possible payment of ecosystem services. The project focuses on two regencies (kabupaten) in Indonesia: Kapuas Hulu and Central Maluku. One of the action is collecting new social and ecological datasets and creating new maps. The team did a vegetation survey to measure the ecological services that the area provides.
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This dataset covers collection from Seram Island, Maluku.
Metadata language: English
Data language English
Study area CoLUPSIA worked on two locations in Indonesia, Kapuas Hulu (West Kalimantan) and Seram Island (Maluku). The study started in 2010 and finished in 2014.
Laumonier, Y.; Cosiaux, A.; Ranlund, A.; Stas, S.; Persulessy, Y.; Rahman, I. 2019. CoLUPSIA Seram Island Herbarium Collection. CoLUPSIA project, Centre de coopération internationale en Recherche Agronomique pour le Développement (CIRAD) – Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR) – European Union (EU).