Holocene landscape intervention and plant food production strategies in island and mainland Southeast Asia
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New research from Queen's University Belfast shows that the tropical forests of South East Asia have been shaped by humans for t ..

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( Queen's University Belfast ) New research from Queen's University Belfast shows that the tropical forests of South East Asia h ..

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New research shows that the tropical forests of South East Asia have been shaped by humans for the last 11,000 years. The rain f ..

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A study of rainforest vegetation on mainland Southeast Asia and three heavily forested island there has revealed that humans hav ..

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Researchers from the Queen's University Belfast have found evidence of human intervention in the tropical forests of Southeast A ..

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Were the ancient Taiwanese or the forest tribes of Borneo responsible for early agricultural practice. Now we can see a clearer ..

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Josie Garthwaite, writing for Smithsonian: In the Kelabit Highlands of Borneo, for example, pollen samples dated to about 6,500 ..

New research from Queen's University Belfast shows that the tropical forests of South East Asia have been shaped by humans for t ..

Humans have been actively managing vast areas of Southeast Asia's forests for longer than previously believed, according to rese ..

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New research from Queen’s University Belfast shows that the tropical forests of South East Asia have been shaped... http://t.co/33CCkUwp84

Far from being virgin #rainforests in Far East shaped by humans for the last 11,000 years http://t.co/C4PutotglA

SE Asia rainforest history of human management, like Amazon? @CIFOR @CIFOR_Hutan @CharlesCMann http://t.co/IzUu6i0LNU

SE Asia rainforest history of human management, like Amazon? @CIFOR @CIFOR_Hutan @CharlesCMann http://t.co/IzUu6i0LNU

SE Asia rainforest history of human management, like Amazon? @CIFOR @CIFOR_Hutan @CharlesCMann http://t.co/IzUu6i0LNU

"It leads us to suggest that the forests of this vast region [SE Asia] are, to an extent, a cultural artefact" http://t.co/mCROR3QMui (1/2)

"It leads us to suggest that the forests of this vast region [SE Asia] are, to an extent, a cultural artefact" http://t.co/mCROR3QMui (1/2)

"It leads us to suggest that the forests of this vast region [SE Asia] are, to an extent, a cultural artefact" http://t.co/mCROR3QMui (1/2)

"It leads us to suggest that the forests of this vast region [SE Asia] are, to an extent, a cultural artefact" http://t.co/mCROR3QMui (1/2)

"It leads us to suggest that the forests of this vast region [SE Asia] are, to an extent, a cultural artefact" http://t.co/mCROR3QMui (1/2)

"It leads us to suggest that the forests of this vast region [SE Asia] are, to an extent, a cultural artefact" http://t.co/mCROR3QMui (1/2)

SE Asia rainforest history of human management, like Amazon? @CIFOR @CIFOR_Hutan @CharlesCMann http://t.co/IzUu6i0LNU

Holocene landscape intervention and plant food production strategies in island and mainland Southeast Asia http://t.co/vbI8f6ow1o

Holocene landscape intervention and plant food production strategies in island and mainland Southeast Asia http://t.co/vbI8f6ow1o

New Hunt & Rabett paper may help indigenous claims to customary forests and prevent evictions #CommunityConservation http://t.co/Fkjzs7Ox3E

New Hunt & Rabett paper may help indigenous claims to customary forests and prevent evictions #CommunityConservation http://t.co/Fkjzs7Ox3E

"It leads us to suggest that the forests of this vast region [SE Asia] are, to an extent, a cultural artefact" http://t.co/mCROR3QMui (1/2)

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Rainforests in Far East shaped by human for the last 11,000 years

New research from Queen’s University Belfast shows that the tropical forests of South East Asia have been shaped by humans for t ..

Holocene landscape intervention and plant food production strategies in island and mainland...

"Laws in several countries in South East Asia do not recognise the rights of indigenous forest dwellers on the grounds that they ..

Holocene landscape intervention and plant food production strategies in island and mainland...

A fascinating study, showing that the rainforests of South-East Asia have been actively managed by humans for 11,000 years. Thi ..

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