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Methodology

This methodology paper reports on the methodologies to be used in addressing two main objectives of the project:

        Determine current and past patterns of fire in a range of strategically located sites

        Determine positive and negative impacts of a range of fire management strategies, particularly for forestry

The proposed outputs that relate to these objectives are

        Describe methodology for, and description of, biophysical and socio-economic condition of the field sites in eastern Indonesia

        Synopsis of existing and past fire management practices in different locations

        Contemporary fire and land-use maps

The biophysical and socio-economic information will be used to create a GIS for the sites in eastern Indonesia.

For more detailed descriptions click below.

1. Fire Mapping and Monitoring - spatial data collation and analysis.

2. Social cultural research - Participatory Rural Appraisal.

The methodologies were discussed at the inception meeting held in Waingapu, Sumba, 17-20 March 2003.

Methodology for the CIFOR study of causes and impacts of fires in western Indonesia is described in the following publication.

Tacconi, L., Suyanto, Applegate, G., Chokkalingum, U. (2001) Project methodology. The underlying causes and impacts of fires in Indonesia. Project: B7/6201/99/034/DEV/Ft. CIFOR.

 

 
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