The Lower Kinabatangan region is rich in biodiversity, with waterlogged and dry forests, saline and freshwater swamps, and limestone forests. It has around 1,000 plant species and 50 mammal species, including primates, many endemic to the region. The Kinabatangan River is also the source of water for Sandakan, the second-largest city in Sabah, where oil palm cultivation is its main economic activity.
Dauria is a mountainous region to the east of Lake Baikal....
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Welcome to the Climate Change Adaptation Planning for Northwest Skeena Communities project website. This is a 2 year project, which began in December 2009 and is funded through the Future Forest Ecosystem Scientific Council. The project is led by Coast Tsimishian Resources, LP and Brinkman Forest, with the support of an interdisciplinary team of researchers and advisors.