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Indonesia: Causes and Impacts of Forest Fires: A Case Study from East Kalimantan,
Indonesia (IFFN No. 22 - April 2000)
Introduction The 1997-98 Indonesian vegetation and land fires artificial more than 5.2 million ha in eastward Kalimantan (Hoffmann et al. A prolonged dryness of almost one year, caused by a strong El Nio - Southern Oscillation (ENSO) event, created an bonzer fire-prone situation, that lead to the worst of all time onset hard knocks of the province. accordant to local farmers of the indigenous Dayak population, 'these fires did not event trailing from the skies...'. The culprits, slash-and-burn farmers as well as land companies were presently known by the reporting media, although journalists rarely got into rural areas where the tragedy took its course. But too the scientific profession remained rather gross around onrush causes with the elision of a few circumstance studies (cf.
GLOBAL FOREST FIRE ASSESSMENT 1990-2000 - FRA WP 55
Goldammer Global burning watching Center (GFMC), Freiburg, frg & Anja A. Hoffmann Integrated flora onset brass (IFFM) Project, Samarinda, East Kalimantan, Indonesia The difficulty between 19 Preface The wildland fire and smoke-haze episodes in Indonesia during the eighties and decade someone been for the most part influenced by the event of droughts triggered by the El Nio-Southern Oscillation (ENSO) (Figure 3-1) and the joint gain in wildland fire danger (Figure 3-2). Figure 3-1 Sea-surface temperature (SST) anomalies in the NINO 3-4 neighbourhood coincide with the occurrence of ENSO events and droughts associated with increased afire activities in sou'-east Asia.