Published: September 14, 2004
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Synthesis, part of Special Feature on Traditional Knowledge in Social-Ecological Systems
|Fig. 1. Location of field research sites, Pujungan and Malinau Districts, in northern East Kalimantan, Indonesian Borneo|
|Table 1. Summary of Penan knowledge on gaharu exploitation|
2 Recently scientists have recognized that resinous wood of the genus Gyrinops is also marketed as gaharu (Compton and Zich 2002, Mandang and Wiyono 2002, Watanabe 2003).
3 For details by species, refer to Ding Hou 1960, Burkill 1966, Soehartono 1997.
4 More recently, Paoli et al. (2001) reported gaharu-containing trees at 50% overall in West Kalimantan.
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