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Ecological destruction, health and development: advancing Asian paradigms

Author: Furukawa, Hisao ; Nishibuchi, Mitsuaki ; Kono, Yasuyuki ; Kaida, Yoshihiro Corporate author: Kyoto University Center for Southeast Asian Studies Series: Kyoto area studies on Asia ; 8 Publisher: Trans Pacific, 2004. ; Kyoto University, 2004.Language: EnglishDescription: 638 p. : Graphs/Ill./Maps/Photos ; 23 cm.ISBN: 1920901019Type of document: BookBibliography/Index: Includes bibliographical references and index
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Ecological Destruction Health, and Development Advancing Asian Paradigms Contents Preface Acknowledgements List of Contributors Introduction FURUKAWA Hisao xi xv xvii 1 PART 1 Ecological Destruction caused by Modern Technologies Introduction to Part One 1 The Ecological Destruction of Coastal Peat Wetlands in Insular Southeast Asia FURUKAWA Hisao 27 31 2 Ecological Issues of The Mega-Rice Project in Indonesia: A Case Study of Swampland Development in Central Kalimantan Supiandi SABIHAM 73 3 From Colonization to Transmigration: Changing Policies in Population Resettlement Sodiono MP. TJONDRONEGORO 89 4 A National Project That Failed: A Tale of Population Resettlement Policy in Indonesia RIWANTO Tirtosudarmo 109 5 The Twenty-Five Year Pursuit of Herbicide Damage of the Vietnam War: Tracing the Changes in the Environment and Human Health 141 vi NAKAMURA Goro 6 The Fate of 2,3,7,8-TCDD Herbicides and Defoliants Used During the Vietnam War WAKIMOTO Tadaaki 165 7 The Severe Impact of Herbicides on Mangroves in the Vietnam War and the Ecological Effects of Reforestation PHAN Nguyen Hong 8 Wartime Herbicides in the Mekong Delta and their Implications for Post-War Wetland Conservation TRAN Triet, J.A. BARZEN, L.E., CONG Kiet, and D. MOORE 9 Agent Orange in the Vietnam War: Consequences and Measures for Overcoming it LE Ke Son 177 199 213 PART 2 Health Introduction to Part Two 10 Molecular Epidemiology of Vibrio cholerae: Masquerade of a Deceptive Pathogen G. Balakrish NAIR, Shah M FARUQUE, Pallavi GARG, T. RAMAMURTHY and TAKEDA Yosh fumi 11 Infection by a New Clone of Vibrio parahaemolyticus: an Infectious Disease that Emerged in Asia and Spread to a World Wide Pandemic NISHIBUCHI Mitsuaki 12 Burkholderia pseudomallei and the Environment Savithri D. PUTHUCHEARY 227 231 251 265 13 Clinical Ecology of Vector-borne Diseases in Southeast Asia OGIWARA Rie, and GOMI Harumi 277 vii 14 Malaria Control Studies in Indonesia and Solomon Islands ISHII Akira, NAGAI Nobuhiko, ARM Meiji, HIRAI Makoto, M4TSUOKA Hiroyuki, KANEKO Akira, KAWABATA MaSat°, OHTA Nobuo, ISHIKAWA Hirobumi, NAKAZAWA MinatO, William PANJAITAN, SAFEYI, Nathan KERE, and Judson LEAFASIA 15 Effects of Intensification of the Traditional Farming System on the Environment and Bio-safety of the Human Population: Nipah Virus Outbreak in Malaysia Narasiman MUNIANDY and Jamaluddin Abdul Aziz 16 Water Quality Problems Affecting Livelihood in Bangladesh and Kazakhstan: A Natural Environment as a Local Area ANDO Kazuo and ISHIDA Norio 17 Contamination and Toxic Effects of Persistent Organic Pollutants in Wildlife and Humans in Asia TANABE Shinsuke 18 Ageing, Diseases and Ecology MATSUBAYASHI Kozo 287 303 319 335 351 and OKUMIYA Kiyohito 367 19 Chronomes, Aging and Disease OTSUKA Kuniaki, MURAKAMI Shohgo, MATSUBAYASHI Kozo, ZHAO Zi-yan, Andi WEYDAHL, N Truls LynnevHANSE, MITSUTAKE Gen, NISHIMURA Yoshiko, KUBO Yutaka, OHKAWA Shin-ichiro, YANO Shoki, Ram B SINGH, Germaine CORNELISSEN, and Franz HALBERG on behalf of ICEHRV working group 20 Application of Geographic Information Systems in International Health TANIMURA Susumu and MIZOTA Tsutomu 395 viii PART 3 Eco-resource Management in the Development Process Introduction to Par t Three 21 Development Policies and Development Trends in Vietnam's Northern Mountain Region A. Terry RAMBO 22 Changes in Land Use in Black Thai Villages in Response to Changes in the National Land Management Policies Thomas SIKOR and DAO MINH TRUONG 23 Changes in the Composite Swiddening System in Tat Hamlet in Vietnam's Northern Mountains in Response to Integration into the Market System TRAN Duc 411 415 439 453 Vien 24 Development Process Of Cash Crops in the Northern Mountains Region of Vietnam: A Case Study in Moc Chau District of Son La Province, Vietnam 467 YANAGISAWA Masayuki 25 Upland natural resources management strategies and policy in the Lao PDR Phouang Parisak PRAVONGVIENKHAM 26 Changing Aspects of Shifting Cultivation in Northern Laos: Land Allocation Policy a n d Commercialization of Crop Production KONO Yasuyuki, OKADA Hisaya, NAWATA Eiji and TOMITA Shinsuke 481 503 27 Management of Non-timber Forest Products in Laos: Fallow Forest Growing Styrax tonkinensis for Benzoin Production 521 TAKEDA Shinya ix PART 4 Indigenous Knowledge and Eco-Technology Introduction to Part Four 28 Malay Riverbank Communities in Peat Swamp Forests of the Sumatran East Coast: Environment, Network and Transformation MOMOSE Kuniyasu 533 537 and SHIMAMURA Tetsuya 561 29 Aquatic Eco-resources Management and its Changes in Laos IWATA Akihisa 30 Social Construction of Indigenous Knowledge: A Case Study of Villagers on the Taxonomy of Soils in South India K BALASUBRAMANIAN 31 A Proposal for Asian Ecotechnology Networking for Eco-Resource Management 575 593 KAIDA Yoshihiro Concluding Remarks FURUKAWA Hisao Index 613 625

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