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ECOTERM (IRD - French National Research Institute for Sustainable Development)
This project aims to generate major breakthroughs in the quantification of ecosystem services provided by biodiversity in agro-ecosystems in the lower Mekong basin, a region facing dramatic environmental and societal changes. In Laos and Cambodia, paddy fields appear as mosaics owing to the presence of mounds built by termites. A multidisciplinary approach will be used to characterize and quantify the ecological (e.g., impact on animal and plant biodiversity), environmental (e.g., impact on soil and water dynamic, pesticide utilization) as well as socio-economical processes (e.g., impact on food security, human health, and farmer incomes) impacted by these patches of biodiversity and fertility, in adequacy with the axis 1.6 and the Sustainable Development Goals n°1, 2, 3, 8, 13 and 15. This project is built around 5 inter-connected tasks and gathers 8 French academic partners, one private company and self-funded research units in Laos, Cambodia and USA with complementary expertise.
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Mar 9, 2022
Audibert, M.; Marchand, S., 2022, "Household survey for the economic assessment of ecosystem services provided by termite mounds in Southeast Asia (Laos, Cambodia)", https://doi.org/10.23708/ICVWKQ, DataSuds, V1
Household survey to assess the economic benefits of termite mounds in Laos and Cambodia.
Feb 16, 2022
Zaiss, R.; Muon, R.; Ann, V.; Jouquet, P., 2022, "Orthomosaic of aerial photographs acquired by IGN in 1953, Stung Chrey Bak Catchment, Cambodia", https://doi.org/10.23708/HAYFVO, DataSuds, V1
This dataset holds an orthomosaic of 69 aerial photographs acquired by IGN in 1953 under the missions Indochine 094 and 074. The dataset covers the middle and lower part of Stung Chrey Bak Catchment in Cambodia. We orthorectified the scanned images using ground control points fro...
Oct 18, 2021
Muon, R.; Ann, V.; Ket, P.; Sebag, D.; Aroui Boukbida, H.; Podwojewski, P.; Jouquet, P., 2021, "Influence of termites on soil properties in paddy fields in Chrey Bak Catchment, Cambodia, 2019", https://doi.org/10.23708/F7NOJD, DataSuds, V2
Soil analyses describing the chemical and physical properties of termite mounds (TM), termite nests built by Macrotermes gilvus and the surrounding control soil. Samples came from paddy fields sampled in the Chrey Bak catchment, Cambodia. The sampling procedure and methods are de...
Apr 2, 2021
Muon, R.; Ann, V.; Bureau-Point, E.; Sok, K.; Savouré, A.; Wieringa, F.; Berger, J.; Diene, B.; Chassagne, F.; Audibert, M.; Zaiss, R.; Azomahou, T.; Ket, P.; Jouquet, P., 2021, "Results of a survey describing the utilization of termite mounds by the population in Cambodia in 2021", https://doi.org/10.23708/HUR10F, DataSuds, V1, UNF:6:Ij6rDZTWUiWR3t4aFJBblg== [fileUNF]
This dataset comes from a survey carried out in Chrey Back long term observatory (Cambodia). 61 persons from 13 villages located in Chrey Back watershed were interviewed in order to understand the local perception of the utilization of termite mounds. The dataset describes the qu...
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