Rapid expansion of oil palm is leading to human-elephant conflicts in North Kalimantan province of Indonesia
- This study identifies patterns and trends in human elephant conflict in the Tulin Onsoi subdistrict, specifically in relation to the rapid development of oil palm plantations. The study provides a description of current land use changes and analyzes how HEC influences local peoples perceptions of and attitudes toward the conservation of the Bornean elephant."
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van der Ploeg, J.
vant Zelfde, M.
de Snoo, G.R.
de Longh, H.H.
- Journal Article