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Landscapes and livelihood changes in the northwestern uplands of Cambodia: Impacts on ecosystem services and opportunities for designing resilient farming systems

Sustainability Agroecosystem Production system Ecosystem services Farming systems Landscape
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The project was part of a doctoral research on analyzes of landscape and livelihoods changes to assess the impacts and opportunities to build resilient farming systems in the northwestern upland of Cambodia. It supported two main activities: 1) Hand-on training on participatory land use planning (PLUP) in one village (Phoutong), Viengkham district, Luang Prabang province and 2) Training and working on analyzes of remote sensing data on land uses and land cover changes using chronological series of 6 Landsat imageries in 4 pioneer districts in the northwestern region of Cambodia.

Project Number : 1500-007

Year : 2015

Type of funding : PC

Project type : SP

Research units in the network : GREEN TETIS

Start date :
01 Mar 2015

End date :
31 Mar 2016

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Project leader :
Jean-Christophe Castella

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Budget allocated :
6000 €

Total budget allocated ( including co-financing) :
6000 €

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