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  1. Anap-Muput FMU provides strong support for research collaboration with the government agencies, NGOs, research institutions and universities.
  2. Continuing collaboration with Sarawak Forestry Corporation and Kyoto University in research and monitoring.
    • A proceeding of the International Seminar "Human Nature Interaction of the Riverine Societies in Sarawak" dated 22nd June 2012 with pertinent discussions on monitoring indicators in AMFMU has been reported in http://biomassociety.org/en/2012/english-newsletter-no-4/
    • The collaboration between Sarawak Forestry Corporation and Kyoto University on "Above Ground Biomass Study in ASDU" will be maintained to provide some baseline on potential REDD+ scheme and corroborative data for growth and regeneration.
    • Dr Jason Hon will continue to deploy the camera traps in ASDU for training and monitoring of wildlife.
    • New research project by Dr Hiromitsu Samejima on "Landscape effect to maintain Regional Biodiversity of Ground-Dwelling Mammals in Sarawak" in Anap-Muput FMU has been approved by the Director of Forests, Forest Department Sarawak.
    • Results of the research and monitoring will be made available for public information after their publication or clearance by the stakeholders.
  3. Sarawak Entry Point Project- Green Growth Strategies for Forestry sector "Forest Landscape Restoration of cleared areas within the PFE of ASDU" has been accepted as Sarawak Entry Point Project during the "Second Stakeholders Consultation Workshop - Green Growth Strategies for Forestry sector" in Kuching on 19 March 2013.
  4. Researches and on-going research projects have been reported in the relevant section under the Forest Management Plan.
  5. New research and additional outputs from current research programmes will be updated where applicable.
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