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Proceedings of the Asia-Pacific Forum on Karst Ecosystems and World Heritage, Gunung Mulu National Park World Heritage Area

Sarawak, Malaysia,
26-30 May 2001

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The Asia-Pacific Forum on Karst Ecosystems and World Heritage met on 26-30 May 2001 at the World Heritage site of Gunung Mulu National Park, in Sarawak, Malaysia. The Forum is an expert group convened to recommend actions to identify and protect significant areas of karst in the Asia-Pacific Region. The Mulu meeting identified issues and challenges in the management and identification of karst in the Asia-Pacific Region, and also formulated recommendations for priority actions to identify and protect karst in the region. Actions identified by the Forum are outlined in the published proceedings of the meeting. The actions will provide the basis for project proposals to protect karst in the Asia-Pacific Region, and will also assist with building regional capacity in karst identification and management.

Copies of the Proceedings of the Asia-Pacific Forum on Karst Ecosystems and World Heritage meeting at Gunung Mulu National Park World Heritage Area in Sarawak, Malaysia, on 26-30 May 2001 are now available.

Cover of the Asia-Pacific Forum on Karst Ecosystems and World Heritage proceedings

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