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Publications

Study about the scientific decription of the Tapanuli orangutan

«The morphometric, behavioral and gernomic evidence for a new orangutan species»

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PanEco Annual Report 2016

Follow what happened in connection with the PanEco projects in the year 2016. Find out what we do, where we do it, with which resources this is done and who we are.

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Programme of events in 2017

Whether an adventure day for families, an excursion for adults, an open day at the nature centre or the Rainforest Festival – all of PanEco’s events are brought together in the year’s programme.

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PanEco Annual Report 2015

Follow what is happening in connection with the PanEco projects in 2014. Find out what we do, where we do it, with which resources this is done and who we are.

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Programme of events in 2016

Whether an adventure day for families, an excursion for adults, an open day at the nature centre or the Rainforest Festival – all of PanEco’s events are brought together in the year’s programme.

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Sikundur Report 2015

Read the Annual Report of the Research Station in Sikundur with interessting studies of PhD Students from all over the world.

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Leuser

Leuser at a Crossroads

Report by the Leuser Ecosystem Alliance, a coalition, in which PanEco is also active, on the importance, the endangerment of the Leuser Ecosystem as well as the possible actions to protect this environment and its biodiversity.

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Sikundur Report 2013

Two types of information are gathered at the four research locations of SOCP. On the one hand scientists observe very closely the behaviour of the orangutans. On the other hand, within the scope of phenological studies, blossoms, leaves and berries of specific trees are recorded to be able to measure the productivity of the forest.

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Pilot Study Sustainable Palm Oil

Publications of PanEco in cooperation with RSPO and other NGOs. This publication documents the findings of the completed project «Pilot Study to Undertake Palm Oil Cultivation According to RSPO Guidelines on Fallow Land in the Context of Relocating Palm Oil Concessions Threatening the Last Remaining Hight Biodiversity Coastal Peat Swamp Rainforests in Aceh».

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