Here’s a literature database constructed by Ohio University USA. The database covers a wide variety of literatures centering on Malaysia and the Southeast Asia regions. cicdatabank.library.ohiou.edu/opac/berita.php It could be a great help. Please try it for your reference.
The group of Oil Palm Research Study will hold a session at upcoming Japan Society for Southeast Asian Studies in Kyoto. Our fellow project member, Mr. Ubukata will present his study at this session meeting. 【Theme】 “The expansion of oil palm cultivation in Southeast Asia and the transformation of local communities” June 3,(Sun.)（3rd site：3rd fl. Room F303） 9:30 Overview 9:40 Report session 1 10:20 Report session 2 11:00 Report session 3 “Industrial ecology of oil palm and pulp: a comparative research case in Southeast Asia” Fumikazu Ubukata（Okayama University） 11:40 Commentary Discussion 12:30 Lunch Break The details of the program and access and information is here.
Cross-Disciplinary Research Workshop Date：June 7 (Thu.), 2012 14：30～17：00 Speaker： Keitaro Fukushima “The factors attributing water quality change in the running out process of the river” Speaker： Osamu Kozan “The land surface hydrology model in the Southeast Asian archipelago” Place：Center for Southeast Asia Studies, Kyoto Univ. First Floor of East Build. Conference Room This time, two of our program members will talk on the topic of “water.” This will be the first time for Mr. Fukushima and Mr. Kozan to lay out their works in Cross-disciplinary research workshop. We believe this will be a great opportunity to deepen the knowledge of “water” by listening to their hands-on research activities. Please join […]
Cross-Disciplinary Research Workshop Date：May 9（Wed.）15：00～17：00 Speaker： Miyako Koizumi Commentator： Hiromitsu Samejima At：Center for Southeast Asia Studies, Kyoto Univ. First Floor of East Build. Conference Room（subject to change） Ms. Koizumi will report on her plant biodiversity survey at Anap-Muput, Malaysia. Mr. Koizumi will report on the methodology, procedures, analysis and identification technique of the plants. Ms. Koizumi will illustrate her study in an easy-to-understand manner for researchers of different fields. Mr. Samejima will make a supplementary statement and explain how does he follow the study of Ms. Koizumi and tell us the current status of the study.
Jason Hon, one of our project member has been working in Sarawak. His latest research outcome, the sighting of a rare animal made a big headline in a local newspaper. Please click here to jump to the page.