Series: Key Environment Series

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Volume . Key Environments: Malaysia

Published: 22nd September 1988 Editors: Earl of Cranbrook
Of the vast area of structurally similar vegetation that forms the Far Eastern tropical rain forest block, only the forests of peninsular Malaysia lie on the mainland of Asia. Although showing some influence from this source, the flora and fauna are distinctive and exceedingly rich in species. Among other factors, this richness reflects the complex structure of the vegetation, justly famous for the extensive stands of tall trees that create the conditions to which many smaller plants, fungi and a huge variety of animals are adapted. After a century of scientific investigation, it is now possible to understand peninsular Malaysia's complex ecosystem as an essential prerequisite to the successful management for conservation and long-term productivity in the area. Compiled by authors with personal experience of the region, this book constitutes the most authoritative account of this diverse and fragile region. It is essential reading for all those interested in Malaysia and its conservation.

Additional volumes


Red Sea

Published: 28th August 1987 Editors: Alasdair J. Edwards

Intellectual Property Rights

Published: 1st October 1986 Editors: D. L. Bosworth

Key Environments: Amazonia

Published: 1st December 1985 Editors: T. E. Lovejoy G. T. Prance HRH The Duke of Edinburgh

Key Environments: Western Mediterranean

Published: 31st October 1985 Editors: R. Margalef

Antarctica

Published: 31st May 1985 Editors: N. Bonner David Walton

Key Environments: Madagascar

Published: 31st August 1984 Editors: A. Jolly P. Oberle R. Albignac

Key Environments: Sahara Desert

Published: 29th June 1984 Editors: J. L. Cloudsley-Thompson

Key Environments: Galapagos

Published: 29th June 1984 Editors: Ronald W Perry