Borneo Bibliography

Selected introductory works

Beccari, O. (1987), Wanderings in the Great Forests of Borneo, Oxford
University Press, USA.

Hanbury-Tenison, R. (2004), Mulu: The Rain Forest, Long Riders' Guild
Press.

Proctor, J.; Anderson, J.; Chai, P. & Vallack, H. (1983),
'Ecological Studies in Four Contrasting Lowland Rain Forests in Gunung
Mulu National Park, Sarawak: I. Forest Environment, Structure and
Floristics', The Journal of Ecology 71(1), 237--260.

Wallace, A. R. (2000), The Malay Archipelago, Periplus Editions.

Whitmore, T. C. (1988) Tropical Rain Forests of the Far East. Oxford
University Press, USA.
      

More comprehensive bibliography


Abram, N. J.; Gagan, M. K.; McCulloch, M. T.; Chappell, J. &
Hantoro, W. S. (2003), 'Coral reef death during the 1997 Indian Ocean
dipole linked to Indonesian wildfires', Science 301, 952-955.

Aldhous, P. (2004), 'Borneo is burning', Nature 432, 144--146.

Allen, G. R. (1997), Marine Fishes of Tropical Australia and
South-East Asia, Western Australian Museum.

Allen, G. R. & Steene, R. (2003), Indo-Pacific Coral Reef Field
Guide, Tropical Reef Research.

Ancrenaz, M.; Gimenez, O.; Ambu, L.; Ancrenaz, K.; Andau, P.;
Goossens, B.; Payne, J.; Sawang, A.; Tuuga, A. & Lackman-Ancrenaz,
I. (2005), 'Aerial surveys give new estimates for orangutans in Sabah,
Malaysia', PLoS Biology 3(1), e3.

Anderson, J. A. R. (1979),'Gunung Mulu National Park: A management and
development plan', Technical report, Royal Geographical Society.

Anderson, J.; Proctor, J. & Vallack, H. (1983), 'Ecological
Studies in Four Contrasting Lowland Rain Forests in Gunung Mulu
National Park, Sarawak: III. Decomposition Processes and Nutrient
Losses from Leaf Litter', The Journal of Ecology 71(2), 503--527.

Anonymous (2000), Globetrotter Visitor's Guide Kinabalu Park
(Globetrotter Visitor's Guides), New Holland Publishers (UK) Ltd..

Argent, G.; Lamb, A.; Phillipps, A. & Collenette, S. (1988),
Rhododendrons of Sabah, Sabah Parks Publication No. 8.

Ashton, P. S. (2003), 'Floristic zonation of tree communities on wet
tropical mountains revisited', Perspectives in Plant Ecology,
Evolution and Systematics 6, 87--104.

Baraloto, C. & Goldberg, D. E. (2004), 'Microhabitat associations
and seedling bank dynamics in a Neotropical forest', Oecologia 141,
701 - 712.

Bawa, K. & others (2004), 'Tropical ecosystems into the 21st
century', Science 306, 227 - 228.

Beaman, J. H. & Beaman, R. S. (1998), Plants of Mount Kinabalu,
Natural History Publications (Borneo), Malaysia.

Beaman, R. S.; Beaman, J. H. & Wood, J. J. (1994), The Plants of
Mount Kinabalu 2: Orchids, Royal Botanic Gardens Kew.

Beccari, O. (1987), Wanderings in the Great Forests of Borneo, Oxford
University Press, USA.

Beck, J. & Vun Khen, C. (2007), 'Beta-diversity of geometrid moths
from northern Borneo: effects of habitat, time and space', Journal of
Animal Ecology 76(2), 230-237.

Bellwood, D. R. & Hughes, T. P. (2001), 'Regional-scale assembly
rules and biodiversity of coral reefs', Science 292(5521), 1532--1535.

Brandon-Jones, D. (1996), 'The Asian Colobinae (Mammalia:
Cercopithecidae) as indicators of Quaternary climatic change',
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Brook, B. W.; Sodhi, N. S. & Ng, P. K. L. (2003), 'Catastrophic
extinctions follow deforestation in Singapore', Nature 424, 420--423.

Brooks, T. M.; Pimm, S. L. & Collar, N. J. (1997), 'Deforestation
predicts the number of threatened birds in insular Southeast Asia',
Conservation Biology 11(2), 382-394.

Brown, D. W. (2001),'Why Governments Fail to Capture Economic Rent:
The Unofficial Appropriation of Rain Forest Rent by Rulers in Insular
Southeast Asia Between 1970 and 1999', PhD thesis, University of
Washington.

Cannon, C. H. & Leighton, M. (2004), 'Tree species distributions
across five habitats in a Bornean rain forest', Journal of Vegetation
Science 15(2), 257--266.

Clark, D. A. (2004), 'Sources or sinks? The responses of tropical
forests to current and future climate and atmospheric composition',
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Clarke, C. & Lee, C.Lyons, K., ed. (2004), Pitcher Plants of
Sarawak, Natural History Publications (Borneo),Malaysia.

Cockburn, P. F. (1972), Plant life on Mt. Kinabalu, Forest Department.

Coley, P. D. (2003), 'Using ecological criteria to design plant
collection strategies for drug discovery', Frontiers in Ecology and
the Environment 1, 421 - 428.

Colfer, C. J. P. (2006), Vignettes from a Year in Borneo: Local People
and Conservation, Lulu.com.

Connell, J. H. (1978), 'Diversity in tropical rain forests and coral
reefs', Science 199(4335), 1302-1310.

Connell, J. H.; Hughes, T. P. & Wallace, C. C. (1997), 'A 30-year
study of coral abundance, recruitment, and disturbance at several
scales in space and time', Ecological Monographs 67, 461-488.

Conrad, J. (1895), Almayer's Folly.

Conrad, J. (1896), An Outcast of the Islands.

Conrad, J. (1900), Lord Jim.

Corner, E. J. H. (1988), Wayside Trees of Malaya (in Two Volumes),
Malayan Nature Society.

Cranbrook, G. G. (1977), Mammals of Borneo: Field keys and an
annotated checklist, Vol. 7, MBRAS (by Mas).

Croxall, J. P. (1976), 'The composition and behaviour of some
mixed-species bird flocks in Sarawak', Ibis.

Curran; Caniago; Paoli; Astianti; Kusneti; Leighton; Nirarita &
Haeruman (1999), 'Impact of El Nino and logging on canopy tree
recruitment in borneo', Science 286(5447), 2184--2188.

Curran, L. M.; Trigg, S. N.; McDonald, A. K.; Astiani, D.; Hardiono,
Y. M.; Siregar, P.; Caniago, I. & Kasischke, E. (2004), 'Lowland
forest loss in protected areas of Indonesian Borneo.', Science
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Das, I. (2006), Photographic Guide to Snakes and Other Reptiles of
Borneo, Ralph Curtis Books.

Davis, W.; MacKenzie, I. & Kennedy, S. (1995), Nomads of the Dawn:
The Penan of the Borneo Rain Forest, Pomegranate.

Davison, W. H. (1992), Birds of Mount Kinabalu, Borneo, Natural
History Publications (Borneo), Malaysia.

Daw, T. (2004),'Reef Fish Aggregations in Sabah, East Malaysia: A
report on stakeholder interviews'(5), Technical report, Society for
the Conservation of Reef Fish Aggregations.

Dornelas, M.; Connolly, S. R. & Hughes, T. P. (2006), 'Coral reef
diversity refutes the neutral theory of biodiversity', Nature
440(7080), 80--82.

Eddy, A. (1988), A Handbook of Malesian Mosses, Vol. 1 (Sphagnales to
Dicranales), Natural History Museum Publications, London.

Eddy, A. (1990), A Handbook of Malesian Mosses, Vol. 2 (Leucobryaceae
to Buxbaumiaceae), Natural History Museum Publications, London.

Eddy, A. (1996), A Handbook of Malesian Mosses, Vol. 3
(Splachnobryaceae to Leptostomataceae), Natural History Museum
Publications, London.

Emmons, L. H. (2000), Tupai: A Field Study of Bornean Treeshrews
(Organisms and Environments), University of California Press.

Faridah-Hanum, I. & Khamis, S. (2004), A guide to the common
plants of Ayer Hitam Forest, Selangor, Peninsular Malaysia, Universiti
Putra Malaysia Press, Selangor, Malaysia.

Fernando, P.; Vidya, T. N. C.; Payne, J.; Stuewe, M.; Davison, G.;
Alfred, R. J.; Andau, P.; Bosi, E.; Kilbourn, A. & Melnick,
D. J. (2003), 'DNA analysis indicates that Asian elephants are native
to Borneo and are therefore a high priority for conservation', PLoS
Biology 1(1), 110--115.

Fogden, M. P. L. (1972), 'The seasonality and population dynamics of
equatorial forest birds in Sarawak', Ibis.

Fogden, M. P. L. (1976), 'A census of a bird community in tropical
rain forest in Sarawak', Sarawak Museum Journal.

Forsyth, A. & Miyata, K. (1987), Tropical Nature: Life and Death
in the Rain Forests of Central and South America, Touchstone.

Frahm, J. P.; Frey, W.; Kurschner, H. & Menzel, M. (1990), Mosses
and Liverworts of Mt. Kinabalu, Vol. 12, Sabah Parks Trustees.

Francis, C. (2005), A Pocket Guide to the Birds of Borneo, The Sabah
Society,Malaysia.

Francis, C. M. (1990), 'Trophic structure of bat communities in the
understorey of lowland dipterocarp rain forest in Malaysia', Journal
of Tropical Ecology 6, 421-431.

Garbutt, N.; Prudente, J. C. & Attenborough, S. D. (2006), Wild
Borneo: The Wildlife and Scenery of Sabah, Sarawak, Brunei, and
Kalimantan, The MIT Press.

Gardner, S.; Sidisunthorn, P. & Anusarnsunthorn, V. (2000), A
field guide to the forest trees of Northern Thailand, Kobfai
Publishing Project, Bangkok, Thailand.

Godshalk, C. S. (1999), Kalimantaan: A Novel, Owl Books.

Goossens, B.; Chikhi, L.; Ancrenaz, M.; Lackman-Ancrenaz, I.; Andau,
P. & Bruford, M. W. (2006), 'Genetic signature of anthropogenic
population collapse in orang-utans', PLoS Biology 4(2), e25.

Gore, M. E. J. (1968), 'A Check-list of the birds of Sabah, Borneo',
Ibis.

Hanbury-Tenison, R. (2004), Mulu: The Rain Forest, Long Riders' Guild
Press.

Harding, S.; Lowery, C.; Wesson, H.; Colmer, M. & Daw,
T. (2001),'The Pulau Banggi Project for Coral Reef Biodiversity; 1st
Annual Report (July 1999 - September 2000)', Technical report,
Greenforce.

Harding, S. P.; Lowery, C.; Colmer, M. & Oakley, S. G. (0),'A
preliminary species checklist of reef fish for the Banggi channel,
Pulau Banggi, Sabah', Internet.

Harrisson, T. (1959), World within: A Borneo story, Cresset Press.

Hazebroek, H. P. & bin A Morshidi, A. B. (2002), A Guide to Gunung
Mulu National Park, Natural History Publications (Borneo).

Hill, D. S. & Abang, F. (2005), The Insects of Borneo (Including
South East & East Asia), Universiti Malaysia Sarawak, Kota
Samarahan, Sarawak, Malaysia.

Hughes, T. P.; Baird, A. H.; Bellwood, D. R.; Card, M.; Connolly,
S. R.; Folke, C.; Grosberg, R.; Hoegh-Guldberg, O.; Jackson, J. B. C.;
Kleypas, J.; Lough, J. M.; Marshall, P.; Nystrцm, M.;
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J. (2003), 'Climate change, human impacts, and the resilience of coral
reefs', Science 301, 929-933.

Huston, M. A. (1985), 'Patterns of species diversity on coral reefs',
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Igoe, J. (2005), 'Global indigenism and spaceship earth: Convergence,
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Inger, R. F. & Stuebing, R. B. (2005), A Field Guide to the Frogs
of Borneo, Natural History Publications (Borneo),Malaysia.

Jacobson, S. K. (1979), A guide to Mount Kinabalu National Park (Sabah
National Parks publication), Sabah National Parks Trustees.

Johns, A. D. (1992), 'Vertebrate responses to selective logging:
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Kapan, D. D. (2001), 'Three-butterfly system provides a field test of
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Kaplan, E. H. (1999), A Field Guide to Coral Reefs: Caribbean and
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Karlson, R. H. & Cornell, H. V. (2002), 'Species richness of coral
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Karlson, R. H.; Cornell, H. V. & Hughes, T. P. (2004), 'Coral
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Kato, M. (1996), 'Plant-pollinator interactions in the understory of a
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Kaufman, M. S. (2002), Reefs and Rain Forests: The Natural Heritage of
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Kedit, P. M. (1978),'A human-ecological survey of nomadic/settled
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Keng, H. (1983), Orders and Families of Malayan Seed Plants: Synopsis
of Orders and Families of Malayan Gymnosperms,Dicotyledons,and
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Kimura, K.; Yumoto, T. & Kikuzawa, K. (2001), 'Fruiting phenology
of fleshy-fruited plants and seasonal dynamics of frugivorous birds in
four vegetation zones on Mt. Kinabalu, Borneo', Journal of Tropical
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King, V. T. (1993), The Best of Borneo Travel, Oxford University
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King, V. T. (1995), The Peoples of Borneo (The Peoples of South-East
Asia and the Pacific), Blackwell Publishers.

Kitayama, K. (1991),'Vegetation of Mount Kinabalu Park, Sabah,
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Kitayama, K. (1992), 'An altitudinal transect study of the vegetation
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Laman, T. G. (1994),'The Ecology of Strangler Figs (hemiepiphytic
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Laman, T. G. (1995), 'Ficus stupenda germination and seedling
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Laman, T. G. (1996), 'Ficus seed shadows in a Bornean rain forest',
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Lambert, F. (1989), 'Fig-Eating by Birds in a Malaysian Lowland Rain
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Lambert, F. R. (1989), 'Pigeons as seed predators and dispersers of
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Lee, D. & Lowry, J. (1980), 'Plant Speciation on Tropical
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MacKinnon, J. & Phillipps, K. (1993), A Field Guide to the Birds
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Martin, P. J. (1977),'The altitudinal zonation of forests along the
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Newbery, D. & Proctor, J. (1984), 'Ecological Studies in Four
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Pandolfi, J. M.; Bradbury, R. H.; Sala, E.; Hughes, T. P.; Bjorndal,
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