English, Article, Journal or magazine article edition: Economic Benefits of Watershed Protection and the Tradeoff with Timber Production: A Case Study in Malaysia Mohd Shahwahid; Awang Noor A.G.; Abdul Rahim N; ...

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  • Economic Benefits of Watershed Protection and the Tradeoff with Timber Production: A Case Study in Malaysia
Author
  • Mohd Shahwahid
  • Awang Noor A.G.
  • Abdul Rahim N
  • Zulkifli Y
  • Razani U
Physical Description
  • preprint
Notes
  • This study was conducted to determine the production trade-off between two land use options. In the first option - total protection from logging (TP) - water is used for hydroelectric power(HEP)generation and in a water regulatory dam to support continuous treated water production downstream. The other option - reduced impact logging (RIP) - integrates water uses with logging practices. With TP, natural sediment flow into the river system is low. Under RIP, sediment volume increases severalfold: almost five times in the water regulatory dam and almost three times into the three HEP water intake ponds.
  • Timber, Malaysia
  • RePEc:eep:pbrief:pb1997051
Language
  • English
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