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Java and Bali are the best known of all the islands in the Indonesian archipelago. Nowhere else in the country are ecological issues of such importance, and nowhere else is there a better chance of the major development problems being solved. This is because Java has the greatest concentration of development projects, the densest population, excellent human resources, and the interest of many of the most powerful decision makers. Bali, meanwhile, has the eyes of the world on it as an important tourist destination enjoyed by both domestic and foreign visitors. The Ecology of Java and Bali has been compiled from nearly 3,000 Indonesian, English and Dutch sources, many in the obscure 'grey' literature, as well as from original research, interviews and personal experience. It will be useful to resource managers, ecologists and government planners, as well as to all others interested in the region.
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Book Description Periplus, 1996. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M9625938885