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DEVELOPMENT OF SUSTAINABLE CULTURAL LANDSCAPES IN WEST KALIMANTAN
AGRIVITA Journal of Agricultural Science
This research focuses on investigating West Kalimantan's traditional landscapes, shifting cultivation pattern, and comparing the forest dependency of several ethnic groups. After conducting remote sensing and geographical information system techniques based on the satellite images LANDSAT-TM in West Kalimantan from 1996 to 2006, the decrease of primary dry tropical forest from 36.4% to 15.9% and a little increase of agriculture land from 44.8% to 45.1% were detected. West Kalimantan'sdoi:10.17503/agrivita-2012-34-3-p251-261 fatcat:imk6h3knnbcjzilzv22vkswvc4