1 edition of Reflections on the heart of Borneo found in the catalog.
Reflections on the heart of Borneo
Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||editors: Gerard A. Persoon, Manon Osseweijer|
|Series||Tropenbos series -- 24|
|LC Classifications||QH77.B54 R44 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||233 p. :|
|Number of Pages||233|
|LC Control Number||2009521396|
Compare book prices from over , booksellers. Find Into the Heart of Borneo () by O'Hanlon, Redmond. Into the Heart of Borneo is a comical but non-fiction book written about the trip British authors and journalists Redmond O'Hanlon and James Fenton took into the middle of Borneo through the Malaysian state of Sarawak. Borneo is the third largest island in the world, next to Greenland and New Guinea.
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Get this from a library! Into the heart of Borneo. [Redmond O'Hanlon] -- Recounts the perilous and remarkable journey of the author, who is a naturalist, the poet James Fenton, and three native guides to the center of Borneo, an area unvisited by outsiders since Into the Heart of Borneo is a hilarious travelogue outlining the misadventures of British travel writer Redmond O’Hanlon and his friend, the poet James Fenton, who set off to explore parts of unmapped Borneo on a mission to observe the rare flora and fauna, with specific hopes of finding the (potentially extinct) Borneo Rhinoceros. The two middle-aged men were woefully unprepared for such an.
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The Heart of Borneo is a conservation agreement initiated by the World Wide Fund for Nature to protect akm² forested region on Borneo island that is known as Asia's last great rainforest. The agreement has been signed by the governments of Brunei, Indonesia and Malaysia in Bali on 12 February to support the initiative.
The region provides habitat to 10 endemic species of. Reflections on the Heart of Borneo editors Gerard A. Persoon Manon Osseweijer Tropenbos International Wageningen, the Netherlands 3 10/15/08 PM. Reflections on the Heart of Borneo - Free ebook download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read book online for free.
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Reflections on the Heart of BorneoReflections on the Heart of Borneo editors. By Gerard A. Persoon, Manon Osseweijer, Gerard A. Persoon and Manon Osseweijer Topics: This book contains a selection of revised papers that were presented during the. Sarawak Malaysia is the second in the trilogy on Borneo and is a travelogue on rainforest and its Indigenous Peoples.
Sarawak opens its heart of darkness, the rainforest when Frans Welman visits the interior and meets the peoples of the rainforests, Indigenous Peoples and peoples who exploit this rich and diverse ecosystem and habitat, Kayan, Kelabit and Bidayuh Peoples.
The Heart of Borneo (HoB) refers to the main part of the island where forests remain intact. Covering an area the size of Utah in the US, Victoria in Australia or the whole of England and Scotland put together and extending into the territory of the countries of Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia and Malaysia, it is one of the largest transboundary.
Buy a cheap copy of Into the Heart of Borneo book by Redmond O'Hanlon. Ye Gods, old man--don't do it. you're bound to shriek on page 1 of this hilarious travelogue, on which the author lists the hazards that may befall him--vipers, Free shipping over $ The changing way of life of the people of the Borneo interior is made clear - and given that 30 years have elapsed since this book was written presumably much more has changed subsequently.
No Oran-utangs were seen on the trip, and the author's search for the Borneo Rhinocerous was not really s: Books shelved as borneo: Into the Heart of Borneo by Redmond O'Hanlon, Stranger in the Forest: On Foot Across Borneo by Eric Hansen, Three Came Home by A.
Borneo is a biodiversity hotspot in Asia. Rural communities living in the heart of the island produced a coffee table book entitled, “Warna-Warni Borneo: Panda CLICK. Bersama Masyarakat Kapuas Hulu, Kalimantan Barat dan Kapit, Sarawak” (Colours of Borneo: Panda CLICK.
With Kapuas Hulu, Kalimantan and Kapit, Sarawak Communities). Into the Heart of Borneo is a travel book about author Redmond O’Hanlon and his friend James Fenton’s quest in to find a Borneo rhinoceros. This journey takes them, along with their guides, by foot and boat through the jungles of Borneo.4/5().
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Short stories and essays. Description: pages ; 19 cm. Contents: Creative death --Benno, the wild man from Borneo --Reflections on writing --The wisdom of the heart --Raimu --The cosmological eye --The philosopher who philosophizes --The absolute collective --The enormous womb --The alcoholic veteran with the.
Borneo and Beyond: Reflections on Borneo Studies, Anthropology and the Social Sciences Victor T. King Abstract In many respects, this paper is a starting point in the consideration of research on Borneo as a field of studies which has both relied upon and contributed to the more general field of.
Established inthe Heart of Borneo Project is working hard to protect the biological, ecological, and cultural richness of the rainforests of Borneo. Our primary focus is the Heart of Borneo Rainforest – the single largest stretch of rainforest left standing in south east Asia, the third largest rainforest on earth, and perhaps the most.
Community-based transboundary ecotourism in the Heart of Borneo: a case study of the Kelabit Highlands of Malaysia and the Kerayan Highlands of Indonesia.
Journal of Ecotourism: Vol. 8, Aboriginal Ecotourism, pp. : Into The Heart Of Borneo () by Ohanlon, Redmond and a great selection of similar New, Used and Collectible Books available now at great prices. Redmond O'Hanlon is an explorer in the nineteenth-century mould. In addition to his four bestselling travel books, Into the Heart of Borneo, In Trouble Again, Congo Journey and Trawler, he has published scholarly work on nineteenth-century science and fifteen years he was the Natural History editor of the Times Literary lives outside Oxford with his wife and two /5(5).
A similar event was held at Silverfish Books in Bangsar, Kuala Lumpur, a few months ago. This time, the organizers are holding the story telling in Kuching to promote the book, Highland Tales In The Heart of Borneo, as well as to highlight conservation activities in the highlands.
A pleasant, learned, funny, silly romp through the jungle. On a scientific quest of sorts, British naturalist O'Hanlon and a friend, poet James Fenton, decided to spend two months in darkest Sarawak, traveling from Kuching on the South China Sea to the headwaters of the Baleh River, whence O'Hanlon climbed Mount Tiban (ca.
6, feet). Along with three Iban guides (one of whom spoke. Into The Heart Of Borneo. The story of a journey to the center of Borneo, which no expedition had attempted since O'Hanlon, accompanied by friend and poet James Fenton and three native guides brings wit and book (and even more so in the ribald "No Mercy"), there is a .Buy Into the Heart of Borneo by Redmond O'Hanlon online at Alibris.
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