Crutzen, P.J. and J.G.Goldammer (eds.) 1993. Fire in the environment: The ecological, atmospheric, and climatic importance of vegetation fires. Dahlem Workshop Reports. Environmental Sciences Research Report 13. John Wiley & Sons, Chichester.
Goldammer, J.G. (ed.) 1990. Fire in the tropical biota. Ecosystem processes and global challenges. Ecological Studies 84. Springer-Verlag, Berlin-Heidelberg.
Goldammer, J.G. (ed.) 1992. Tropical forests in transition. Ecology of natural and anthropogenic disturbance processes. Birkhäuser-Verlag, Basel-Boston.
Pancel, L. (ed.) 1993. The tropical forestry handbook. Springer-Verlag, Berlin-Heidelberg.
Pyne, S.J. 1995. World fire. Henry Holt, New York (in press).
FIRE IN TROPICAL LAND USE
Nye, P.H. and D.J. Greenland 1960. The soil under shifting cultivation. Tech. Comm. 51, Commonwealth Bureau of Soils. Harpenden, U.K.
Peters, W.J. and L.F. Neuenschwander 1988. Slash and burn: Farming in the third world forest. Moscow, Idaho: University of Idaho Press.
Richards, P.W. 1976. The tropical rain forest. Cambridge University Press (5th ed.).
Chandler, C., P.Cheney, P. Thomas and L. Trabaud 1983. Fire in forestry. Vol I and II. John Wiley & Sons, New York.
ITTO REPORTS ON ASSESSMENTS OF FIRE DAMAGE AND REHABILITATION OF DIPTEROCARP RAINFORESTS IN INDONESIA [PD 17/87 (F) and PD 84/90 (F)]
Schindele, W. 1989. Brief Summary. FR-Report No.1.
Schindele, W. 1989. Field Manual for Reconnaissance Inventory on Burned Areas, Kalimantan Timur. FR-Report No.2.
Schindele, W. 1989. Proposal for a Demonstration Area (Phase II). FR-Report No.3.
Schindele, W. 1989. Compilation of the Results of the Reconnaissance Inventory. FR-Report No.4.
Schindele, W., W.Thoma and K. Panzer 1989. The Forest Fire in East Kalimantan. Part I: The Fire, the Effects, the Damage and Technical Solutions. FR-Report No.5.
Schindele, W., S.Priasukmana, W.Thoma and K. Panzer, K. 1989. The Forest Fire 1982/83 in East Kalimantan. Part II: Necessary Steps for Forest Rehabilitation – A Plan of Action. FR-Report No.6.
Chandradewana Boer 1989. Effects on the Forest Fire 1982/83 in East Kalimantan on Wildlife. FR-Report No.7.
Sarwono 1989. Effects on the Forest Fire 1982/83 in East Kalimantan on Fishery and Hydrology. FR-Report No.8.
Mayer, J.H. 1989. Socio-economic Aspects of the Forest Fire 1982/83 and the Relation of Local Communities towards Forestry and Forest Management in East Kalimantan. FR-Report No.9.
Schindele, W. and W.Thoma 1989. Proposal for a Pilot Project on Forest Rehabilitation After Fire in East Kalimantan. FR-Report No.10.
Sakuntaladewi, N. and M. Amblani 1989. Socioeconomic Aspects of the Forest Fire 1982/83 and the Relation of Transmigrants towards Forestry and Forest Management in East Kalimantan. FR-Report No.11.
Panzer, K. 1989. Utilization of Burned and Degraded Forest Land in East Kalimantan. FR-Report No.12.
Forest Research Institute of Samarinda and Deutsche Forstservice 1994. The Establishment of a Demonstration Plot for Rehabilitation of Forest Affected by Fire in East Kalimantan. Final Report.
LITERATURE DATABASES AND PERIDOCIALS
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