Cambodia National Report on Protected Areas and Development

90% percent of Cambodia’s 12.8 million people live and derive income from the floodplain lowland in the centre and South of Cambodia, which occupies less than 30% of the country. Most protected areas are relatively isolated and located in areas of low population density. The significant exceptions are the protected areas on the western border of the country in provinces with high populations densities largely due to recent immigration and the protected areas within Siem Reap Province, including parts of the Tonle Sap Multiple Use Area.

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Field Value
Document type Reports, journal articles, and research papers (including theses and dissertations)
Language of document
  • English
Topics Protected areas
Geographic area (spatial range)
  • Cambodia
Copyright Yes
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Contact

International Centre for Environmental Management (ICEM) 70 Blackstone Street, Indooroopilly, 4068, Queensland, Australia Telephone: 61 7 38786191 Fax: 61 7 38786391 Website: www.icem.com.au www.mekong-protected-areas.org

Author (individual) International Centre for Environmental Management (ICEM)
ISSN number 0 975033 21 2
Publisher International Centre for Environmental Management (ICEM)
Publication date 2003
Legacy reference document National_Report_On_Protected_Areas_and_Development_2003.pdf
Date uploaded April 18, 2016, 01:31 (UTC)
Date modified July 7, 2016, 08:01 (UTC)