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Palm oil in Myanmar A Spatiotemporal Analysis of the NCBI

Palm oil in Myanmar A Spatiotemporal Analysis of the NCBI

  • Palm Oil in Myanmar: A Spatiotemporal Analysis of the

    Lastly, ground truthing permitted an in-person verification of GIS and ENVI results and provided contextual understanding of oil palm development in Myanmar.GIS analysis revealed that the Tanintharyi Region, one of the most biodiverse regions in Myanmar, is highly suitable for oil palm

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  • Palm Oil in Myanmar: A Spatiotemporal Analysis of the

    there were over 140,000 hectares of oil palm plantations in Myanmar with an additional 400,000 allocated for future development to more than 40 local companies and 3 international companies.10 Accordingly, in Myanmar, palm oil consumption is catalyzed by its affordability and availability while the prospects for its production,

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  • Palm Oil in Myanmar: A Spatiotemporal Analysis of the

    Palm Oil in Myanmar: A Spatiotemporal Analysis of the Effects of Industrial Farming on Biodiversity Loss Article (PDF Available) in Global Health: Science and Practice 6(1):210-222 · March 2018

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  • Palm Oil in Myanmar: A Spatiotemporal Study of How

    Request PDF on ResearchGate On Feb 28, 2017, K.M. Nicholas and others published Palm Oil in Myanmar: A Spatiotemporal Study of How Industrial Farming Affects Biodiversity Loss and the

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  • Palm oil and the heart: A review ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

    Mar 26, 2015· Palm oil consumption and its effects on serum lipid levels and cardiovascular disease in humans is still a subject of debate. Advocacy groups with varying agenda fuel the controversy. This update intends to identify evidence-based evaluations of the influence of palm oil

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  • WHO The palm oil industry and noncommunicable diseases

    Systematic review of palm oil consumption and the risk of cardiovascular disease: Meijaard et al., 2018 13: Situation analysis: Oil palm and biodiversity: a situation analysis by the IUCN Oil Palm Task Force: Nicholas et al., 2018 77: Research: Palm oil in Myanmar: a spatiotemporal analysis of the effects of industrial farming on biodiversity loss

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  • Most read article(s) Global Health: Science and Practice

    Most read article(s) Open Access. Palm Oil in Myanmar: A Spatiotemporal Analysis of the Effects of Industrial Farming on Biodiversity Loss. Satellite imagery analysis reveals a progressive shift from smallholder farming to industrial oil palm plantations in rural Myanmar

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  • Comparative transcriptome and metabolite analysis of oil

    Jul 26, 2011· Comparative transcriptome and metabolite analysis of oil palm and date palm mesocarp that differ dramatically in carbon partitioning Fabienne Bourgis,a, b, 1 Aruna Kilaru,c, 1, 2 Xia Cao,d Georges-Frank Ngando-Ebongue,e Noureddine Drira,f John B. Ohlrogge,d and Vincent Arondel a, b, 3

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  • Spatiotemporal Analysis Columbia University Mailman

    OverviewDescriptionReadingsSoftwareWebsitesCoursesEpidemiology has a long history of studying factors that affect the variability of the incidence or mortality of infectious and chronic diseases. Among those factors, geographical (or spatial) variations of health outcomes have played a crucial role in evaluating health care distribution and performance. Spatial variation in health outcomes has also provided evidence of patterns of dependence and level of noise in the data. More recently, time-series analyses have been used to examine the man...
  • Jessica Fanzo, PhD Johns Hopkins Berman Institute of

    Prior to coming to Johns Hopkins, Jessica was an Assistant Professor of Nutrition in the Institute of Human Nutrition and Department of Pediatrics as well as an Adjunct Associate Professor at the School of International Public Affairs at Columbia University in New York. She also served as the Senior Advisor of Nutrition Policy at the []

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  • WHO The palm oil industry and noncommunicable diseases

    The palm oil industry is an overlooked actor in discussions on noncommunicable diseases. The current widespread use of palm oil draws attention to the ultra-processed unhealthy food system and the need to deepen and expand existing research on the industry. However, we need to carefully consider practical policy options and their implications.

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  • Rutgers School of Public Health Urban Global Public Health

    She conducts research in India, Senegal, Myanmar, Kenya, Canada and New York City using mixed-methods approaches. Her current studies focus on the economic, health and environmental trade-offs of palm oil production and consumption in Myanmar; mapping food environments and strengthening African indigenous vegetable value chains in Nairobi slums

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  • News SEDAC

    MacManus is also a co-author of “Palm Oil in Myanmar: A Spatiotemporal Analysis of the Effects of Industrial Framing on Biodiversity Loss,” which presents the results of a spatial analysis to determine areas in Myanmar best suited for oil palm tree growth.

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  • Spatio-temporal evaluation of carbon emissions from

    Spatio-temporal evaluation of carbon emissions from biomass burning in Southeast Asia during the period 2001–2010. Myanmar, Cambodia and Thailand. phenomenon and Indian Ocean Dipole pattern in combination with anthropogenic disturbance through deforestation for palm oil

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  • Increasing homogeneity in global food supplies and the

    Mar 18, 2014· Analysis of public data on more than 30 million US home mortgage loans finds that when both applicants reported the same gender, loan approval rates were 3–8% lower, and interest and fees were up to 0.2% higher, compared with opposite-gender applicants. Palm Oil in Myanmar: A Spatiotemporal Analysis of the Effects of Industrial Farming on

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  • Land Use Changes and GHG Emissions from Tropical Forest

    Increasing prices and demand for biofuel and cooking oil from importer countries have caused a remarkable expansion of oil palm plantations in Indonesia. In this paper, we attempt to monitor the expansion of oil palm plantations on peat land and in tropical forests. We measure the GHG emissions from the land conversion activities at provincial scale.

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  • 发布位置:PLOS ONE · 2013:Fatwa Ramdani · Masateru Hino从属关系: Tohoku University关于:Greenhouse gas · Agriculture · Wetland · Geography · Satellite imagery · Arecaceae
  • [PDF] Understanding Sustainable Diets: A Descriptive

    The confluence of population, economic development, and environmental pressures resulting from increased globalization and industrialization reveal an increasingly resource-constrained world in which predictions point to the need to do more with less and in a "better" way. The concept of sustainable diets presents an opportunity to successfully advance commitments to sustainable development

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  • Integrative omics analysis on phytohormones involved in

    The oil palm genome (1.8 Gb) was released by the Malaysian Palm Oil Board and was then widely used as the reference genome. Transcriptomic analysis has been immensely useful in discovering mRNA expression levels [ 19 ], and proteomic analysis can identify gene expression changes at protein level [

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    The latest Tweets from GHSP Journal (@GHSPJournal). Global Health: Science and Practice Journal. An open-access, peer-reviewed journal seeks papers

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    Teak (Tectona grandis) is a tropical hard tree species placed in the flowering plant family Lamiaceae.Some forms of teak are known as Burmese teak, Central Province teak (CP teak), as well as Nagpur teak. [citation needed] T. grandis is a large, deciduous tree that occurs in mixed hard forests.It has small, fragrant white flowers arranged in dense clusters at the end of the branches.

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    Biofuels are a renewable energy source, made from organic matter or s, that can play a valuable role in reducing carbon dioxide emissions. Biofuels are one of the largest sources of renewable energy in use today. In the transport sector, they are blended with existing fuels such as gasoline and diesel. In the future, they can be particularly important to help decarbonise the aviation

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  • Losing a jewel—Rapid declines in Myanmar’s intact forests

    New and rapid political and economic changes in Myanmar are increasing the pressures on the country’s forests. Yet, little is known about the past and current condition of these forests and how fast they are declining. We mapped forest cover in Myanmar through a consortium of international organizations and environmental non-governmental groups, using freely-available public domain data and

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    There is increasing interest in the ability of cash transfers to facilitate safe transitions to adulthood in low-income settings; however, evidence from scaled-up government progr

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  • Teak Wikipedia

    Teak (Tectona grandis) is a tropical hard tree species placed in the flowering plant family Lamiaceae.Some forms of teak are known as Burmese teak, Central Province teak (CP teak), as well as Nagpur teak. [citation needed] T. grandis is a large, deciduous tree that occurs in mixed hard forests.It has small, fragrant white flowers arranged in dense clusters at the end of the branches.

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  • Biofuels Shell Global

    Biofuels are a renewable energy source, made from organic matter or s, that can play a valuable role in reducing carbon dioxide emissions. Biofuels are one of the largest sources of renewable energy in use today. In the transport sector, they are blended with existing fuels such as gasoline and diesel. In the future, they can be particularly important to help decarbonise the aviation

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  • Losing a jewel—Rapid declines in Myanmar’s intact forests

    New and rapid political and economic changes in Myanmar are increasing the pressures on the country’s forests. Yet, little is known about the past and current condition of these forests and how fast they are declining. We mapped forest cover in Myanmar through a consortium of international organizations and environmental non-governmental groups, using freely-available public domain data and

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  • Publications CIESIN

    Publications. Reports Published Papers, Books, Palm oil in Myanmar: a spatiotemporal analysis of the effects of industrial farming on biodiversity Morel, A. Analysis of Trade as a Driver of Oil Palm Expansion: The Implications for Peatlands in Indonesia and Malaysia. Poster presented at the 2011 American Geophysical Union Meeting, San

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    The word rhinoceros is derived through Latin from the Ancient Greek: ῥῑνόκερως, which is composed of ῥῑνο-(rhino-, "nose") and κέρας (keras, "horn") with a horn on the nose.The plural in English is rhinoceros or rhinoces.The collective noun for a group of rhinoces is crash or herd.The name has been in use since the 14th century.

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  • Increasing homogeneity in global food supplies and the

    Analysis of public data on more than 30 million US home mortgage loans finds that when both applicants reported the same gender, loan approval rates were 3–8% lower, and interest and fees were up to 0.2% higher, compared with opposite-gender applicants. Palm Oil in Myanmar: A Spatiotemporal Analysis of the Effects of Industrial Farming on

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  • Integrative omics analysis on phytohormones involved in

    Oil palm (Elaeis guineensis Jacq.) is one of the largest sources of vegetable oils, which contributes 33% of vege-table oil and 45% of edible oil production throughout the world [1, 2]. With the increasing population, sustainable development of this industry is necessary to meet the in-creasing consumption of palm oil globally [3].

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  • Malaysia Agriculture, Information about Agriculture in

    Agriculture remains an important sector of Malaysia's economy, contributing 12 percent to the national GDP and providing employment for 16 percent of the population. The British established large-scale plantations and introduced new commercial crops ( in 1876, palm oil

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  • Publications Authored by Anwar Ahmad PubFacts

    Systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials of atosiban versus nifedi for inhibition of preterm labor. Authors: Aya Ashraf Ali Ahmed Kamal Sayed Loalo'a El Sherif Gihan Ossam Loutfi Abdullah Mahmoud Mohamed Ahmed Hajer Bassem Mohamed Ahmad Tareq Anwar Abdullah Salah Taha Reem Mohamed Yahia Ahmed Elgebaly Mohamed M

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  • Community use and perceptions of a biodiversity corridor

    With the advent of democratization in Myanmar in 2010, it is a pivotal moment for Myanmar's natural environment. Myanmar's southern forests are a biodiversity hotspot and are receiving a great deal of conservation investment from international non-governmental organizations.

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  • Min Aung Academia.edu

    Oil yields of Dunaliella sp. and Nannochloropsis aculata were higher, 34%, 31.4% respectively based dry weight of micro. Thermal Analysis, Crude Palm Oil, Dynamic Mechanical Analysis, and Melting Temperature. Download (.pdf) Spatiotemporal Visualizations for the Measurement of Oropharyngeal Transit Time From Videofluoroscopy more.

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    The Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute plays a ing role in the Smithsonian’s global efforts to save wildlife species from extinction and train future generations of conservationists.

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  • Coconut Oil Science-Based Medicine

    The fats in coconut oil. Coconut oil is high in saturated fats; it contains more saturated fatty acids than any other non-hydrogenated oil. It is stable and has a long shelf life. It is used in movie theaters to pop popcorn and in South Asian cuisine for dishes like curries. A hydrogenated version of coconut oil is an ingredient in non-dairy

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  • Community use and perceptions of a biodiversity corridor

    With the advent of democratization in Myanmar in 2010, it is a pivotal moment for Myanmar's natural environment. Myanmar's southern forests are a biodiversity hotspot and are receiving a great deal of conservation investment from international non-governmental organizations.

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  • Min Aung Academia.edu

    Oil yields of Dunaliella sp. and Nannochloropsis aculata were higher, 34%, 31.4% respectively based dry weight of micro. Thermal Analysis, Crude Palm Oil, Dynamic Mechanical Analysis, and Melting Temperature. Download (.pdf) Spatiotemporal Visualizations for the Measurement of Oropharyngeal Transit Time From Videofluoroscopy more.

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  • Coconut Oil Science-Based Medicine

    The fats in coconut oil. Coconut oil is high in saturated fats; it contains more saturated fatty acids than any other non-hydrogenated oil. It is stable and has a long shelf life. It is used in movie theaters to pop popcorn and in South Asian cuisine for dishes like curries. A hydrogenated version of coconut oil is an ingredient in non-dairy

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    Thread by @yumcoconutmilk: "Hey y'all. If you know me, you know I very rarely insist on personal action re: climate crisis. But if you want tut the and the killing of Indigenous people, the easiest and most impactful thing you can d []" #AmazonRainforest

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  • Research NUS

    The Research Group Introduction. The Tropical Environmental Change (TEC) research group in the Department of Geography, NUS, currently comprises around 35 faculty and graduate research students.The interests of group members, though diverse, cluster around the general theme of environmental change, and in particular the dynamic nature of geo-ecological processes and the

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    Transparency Market Research offers meticulously researched market studies backed by 4 million hours of research experience. Currently handling over 350 client queries each day, it covers over 60 countries around the world. Also, 1.2 million data points are captured each year.

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  • The Skinny on Fats The Weston A. Price Foundation

    Jun 22, 2019· Olive oil has withstood the test of time; it is the safest vegetable oil you can use, but don’t overdo. The longer chain fatty acids found in oil are more likely to contribute to the buildup of body fat than the short- and medium-chain fatty acids found in butter, coconut oil or palm kernel oil.

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    hensive ultrastructural and histological analysis, as well as exogenous hormone treatment to describe the contribution of the ment in both the early and late events of flower abscission supported by detailed spatiotemporal characterization of AZ cell structure and ultrastructure. Populus and palm oil (Ying et al. 2016). Conversely,

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  • Conservation Smithsonian's National Zoo

    The Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute plays a ing role in the Smithsonian’s global efforts to save wildlife species from extinction and train future generations of conservationists.

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  • Land cover change 2002–2005 in Borneo and the role of fire

    Aug 21, 2007· Borneo has experienced heavy deforestation and forest degradation during the past two decades. In this study the Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer was used to monitor land cover change in Borneo between 2002 and 2005 in order to assess the current extent of the forest cover, the deforestation rate and the role of fire.

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  • 发布位置:Global Change Biology · 2007:Andreas Langner · Jukka Miettinen · Florian Siegert从属关系: Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich · University of Helsinki关于:Peat swamp forest · Forest degradation · Deforestation · Hotspot · Rainforest
  • Transciptome profiling at early infection of Elaeis

    Dec 29, 2018· Background. Basal stem rot (BSR) caused by hemibiotroph Ganoderma boninense is a devastating disease resulting in a major loss to the oil palm industry. Since there is no physical symptom in oil palm at the early stage of G. boninense infection, characterisation of molecular defense responses in oil palm during early interaction with the fungus is of the utmost importance.

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  • Sustainable Diets, Food, and Nutrition: Proceedings of a

    Sustainable Diets, Food, and Nutrition Proceedings of a Workshop—in Brief. On August 1 and 2, 2018, the Food Forum of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine hosted a public workshop in Washington, DC, on sustainable diets, food, and nutrition.

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  • Publications Authored by Dong Liu PubFacts

    Comp Biochem Physiol B Biochem Mol Biol 2019 Jun 11;232:72-78. Epub 2019 Mar 11. The Key Laboratory of Mariculture, Ministry of Education, The Key Laboratory of Aquaculture Nutrition and Feeds, Ministry of Agriculture and Rural Affairs, Ocean University of China, Qingdao 266003, China; Laboratory for Marine Fisheries Science and Food Production Processes, Qingdao, National Laboratory for

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