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Our latest English Newsletter No.4 is ready. This is a special report of an international seminar of “Human-nature interactions of the riverine societies in Sarawak: a transdisciplinary approach” which was held in Kuching, Malaysia on 29, June 2012. Please check it out from here.
Please click language-switch button to read Japanese version of the newsletters. Click the image to download HQ PDF file. Ishikawa-Kiban(S) Newsletter No.1 Contents *A Message from Project Leader (Noboru Ishikawa) *Kemena-Jelalong River: Ethno-linguistic view of an ecosystem in transformation (Nathan Badenoch) *Wildlife and Natural Mineral Licks inside Production Forest(Jason Hon) *General Flowering and Fruiting in Kemena and Tatau River Areas (Hiromitsu Samejima) *Events & Activities *Project Members Issue Date: July, 2011 Ishikawa-Kiban(S) Newsletter No.2 Contents *Preliminary Joint Research in Kemena/Tatau Riverine Area, Sarawak, Malaysia (Noboru Ishikawa, Ryoji Soda) *Feedback on Preliminary Research in Sarawak (Yucho Sadamichi) *A Report on Joint Research in Sarawak (Tetsu Ichikawa) *Events & Activities […]
June 29, 2012 HUMAN-NATURE INTERACTIONS OF THE RIVERINE SOCIETIES IN SARAWAK：A Transdisciplinary Approach a special international seminar held at Kuching, Sarawak Malaysia The seminar was planned and executed by CSEAS, Kyoto University（Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (S): Planted Forests in Equatorial Southeast Asia: Human-nature Interactions in High Biomass Society） co-sponsored by Institute of East Asian Studies, UNIMAS and Sarawak Forestry Corporation. The objective of the seminar was to propel the collaborations with other researchers overseas and local scholars and to give feedback our research outcomes. The seminar successfully gathered government officials, university researchers, NGO members, corporate officials, media members and members of various research institutions. As many as 70 participants were […]