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Main Title Tropical wetlands : proceedings of the International Workshop on Tropical Wetlands - Innovation in Mapping and Management, October 19-20, 2018, Banjarmasin, Indonesia /
Other Authors
Author Title of a Work
Sulaeman, Yiyi,
Poggio, Laura,
Minasny, Budiman,
Nursyamsi, Dedi,
Publisher CRC Press,
Year Published 2019
Call Number QH87.3
ISBN 9780429559488; 0429559488; 9780429555015; 0429555016; 9780429563959; 0429563957; 9780429264467; 0429264461
Subjects Wetland management--Tropics--Congresses. ; Wetland mapping--Congresses. ; NATURE / Environmental Conservation & Protection ; TECHNOLOGY / Engineering / Civil ; TECHNOLOGY / Remote Sensing
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Taylor & Francis
Edition 1st.
Collation 1 online resource

Mapping and Characterization of Wetlands. Wetlands Use and management: Global Perspectives. Water management. Peatland Management. Tidal land Management.

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Contents Notes
This book contains papers presented at the International Workshop on Tropical Wetlands, held in Banjarmasin, Indonesia. This workshop discussed wetland mapping and characterization as well as wetland management for sustainable agriculture. This volume contains selected papers on tropical wetlands, more specifically, peatland, tidal land, and acid sulphate soils.This book presents an international overview of wetland and peatland mapping experiences from Indonesia, Congo, Brazil, Australia, and Scotland. Several innovative techniques are discussed, including integrated digital soil mapping and remote sensing techniques, as well as geodatabase processing and field surveying. This book further discussed tropical wetland management for agriculture as practiced in Indonesia, Vietnam, and Thailand. The contents of this book are suitable and should be a good reference for those who are involved in research, development, and management of tropical wetland, including academics, soil scientists, environmentalists, researchers, agriculturists, students, agri-businessmen, policy makers, land managers and farmers.