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We mapped the Borneo-wide decline in forest area over four consecutive periods (1973–2000, 2001–2005, 2006–2010, 2011–2015, and for year 2016) by combining four published LANDSAT-based datasets (1,2,3,4). First, we combined two comparable Forest maps (1,2), each showing the exten...
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Dataset of forest cover in 2016. In Borneo, ‘Forest’ are mainly closed-canopy (>90% cover) and high carbon stock (Above Ground carbon > 150 Mg C/Ha) evergreen Dipterocarps growing on either mineral or peat soils. On peat domes, ‘Forest’ may include low carbon stock pole forests....
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Track the history of the type of vegetation present before plantations became established in concessions of oil palm and pulpwood. For each industrial plantation, we determined in which previous periods Forest was present and then Cleared/Deforested, by intersecting them with the...
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In Borneo, ‘Forest’ are areas that area mainly composed of closed-canopy (>90% cover) evergreen Dipterocarps. In some highland regions, ‘Forest’ may also include Kerangas and in coastal areas, mangroves. ‘Intact Forest‘ include pristine old-growth forests, i.e. forests that have...
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In Borneo, ‘Forest’ are areas that area mainly composed of closed-canopy (>90% cover) evergreen Dipterocarps. In some highland regions, ‘Forest’ may also include Kerangas and in coastal areas, mangroves. ‘Intact Forest‘ include pristine old-growth forests, i.e. forests that have...
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Hydroelectric power dam (Bakun and Murun).
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Track the history of the type of vegetation present before plantations became established in concessions of oil palm and pulpwood. For each industrial plantation, we determined in which previous periods Forest was present and then Cleared/Deforested, by intersecting them with...
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We digitized the extent of primary logging roads by visually analyzing our 268 LANDSAT images acquired over 1972–2010. Wide logging roads were readily detectable in the LANDSAT imagery. We were capable to detect logging roads under most areas of persistent haze, by zooming in clo...
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We mapped the Borneo-wide decline in forest area over four consecutive periods (1973–2000, 2001–2005, 2006–2010, 2011–2015) by combining four published LANDSAT-based datasets (1,2,3,4). First, we combined two comparable Forest maps (1,2), each showing the extent of natural forest...
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Burned forests appear distinct from intact and logged forests on LANDSAT imagery. These distinct spectral signals remain visible for several years (Figure 1), which explains why recently published state-of-the-art deforestation analyses detected forests severely degraded by fire...
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