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査読付論文
Remote Sensing所収
著者:
Jozdani
Shahab
Chen
Dongmei
Chen
Wenjun
Leblanc
Sylvain
Prévost
Christian
Lovitt
Julie
He
Liming

Lichen is an important food source for caribou in Canada. Lichen mapping using remote sensing (RS) images could be a challenging task, however, as lichens generally appear in unevenly distributed, small patches, and could resemble surficial features. Moreover, collecting lichen labeled data (reference data) is expensive, which restricts the...

その他アーティクル
Lampung Post所収

The published article is basically the author's opinion related to the current unprecedented event of severe urban flood that happened in Metro City, Lampung Province, Indonesia. Based on urban planning perspective, an analysis on the comprehensive problems focusing on urban drainage system and a view on possible solutions for the city government...

委託報告書

Although drought is not on top priority, El Nino and other localized drought events are warning signs for strengthening drought risk reduction in Indonesia. Drought risk reduction in Indonesia can be improved both at the macro and micro level. At the micro-level, even though the microfinance has been growing rapidly, it needs improvements in areas...

査読付論文
Asian Journal of Environment and Disaster Management所収

The government of Indonesia has been promoting the system of rice intensification with emphasis on resource use efficiency and climate change adaptation benefits. One question remained to be seen is how the system of rice intensification compares with other technologies such as zero tillage, composting, and leaf color charts which have also been...

レポートチャプター
Is Indonesia in a Good Position to Achieve Sustainable Low Carbon Development? Opportunities, Potentials and Limitations所収

Agriculture plays an important role in the national economy and food security of Indonesia. Increasing food production, while not adversely impacting the climate and local environment, is a challenge to be met. Indonesia has set an economy-wide emission reduction target of 20%. This would require rapid and substantial scaling up of mitigation...