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Opportunities and challenges for an Indonesian forest monitoring network

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  • F.Q. Brearley
  • W.C. Adinugroho
  • R. Cámara-Leret
  • H. Krisnawati
  • A. Ledo
  • L. Qie
  • T.E.L. Smith
  • F. Aini
  • F. Garnier
  • N.S. Lestari
  • M. Mansur
  • A. Murdjoko
  • S. Oktarita
  • E. Soraya
  • H.L. Tata
  • T. Tiryana
  • L.A. Trethowan
  • C.E. Wheeler
  • M. Abdullah
  • Aswandi [Unknown]
  • B.J.W. Buckley
  • E. Cantarello
  • I. Dunggio
  • H. Gunawan
  • C.D. Heatubun
  • D.I.D. Arini
  • Istomo [Unknown]
  • T.E. Komar
  • R. Kuswandi
  • Z. Mutaqien
  • Ramadhanil [Unknown]
  • Prayoto Tonoto
  • A. Puspanti
  • M.A. Qirom
  • A.H. Rozak
  • A. Sadili
  • I. Samsoedin
  • E. Sulistyawati
  • S. Sundari
  • Sutomo [Unknown]
  • A.P. Tampubolon
  • C.O. Webb
Article number54
<mark>Journal publication date</mark>1/06/2019
<mark>Journal</mark>Annals of Forest Science
Issue number2
Number of pages12
Publication StatusPublished
Early online date13/05/19
<mark>Original language</mark>English


Key message: Permanent sampling plots (PSPs) are a powerful and reliable methodology to help our understanding of the diversity and dynamics of tropical forests. Based on the current inventory of PSPs in Indonesia, there is high potential to establish a long-term collaborative forest monitoring network. Whilst there are challenges to initiating such a network, there are also innumerable benefits to help us understand and better conserve these exceptionally diverse ecosystems. © 2019, INRA and Springer-Verlag France SAS, part of Springer Nature.