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Supporting Data: Understanding the Transition of Community Land Use from Shifting Cultivation to Cash Cropping in Southern Tanintharyi, Myanmar

Posted on 2024-01-31 - 13:20 authored by Grant Connette

We combined interview surveys with local communities and remote  sensing analysis to understand an ongoing transition from traditional  shifting cultivation (i.e., slash-and-burn agriculture) to cash crop farming in southern Myanmar. Our study area was focused around four  villages in Bokpyin Township of Myanmar's Tanintharyi Region. Full  details of this study can be found in the following publication:


Pyone, K.H.H., G.M. Connette, R.D. Crego, S.S. Ngwe, S.D. Win, K.J. LaJeunesse Connette, M. Songer. In Press. Understanding  the Transition of Community Land Use from Shifting Cultivation to Cash  Cropping in Southern Tanintharyi, Myanmar. People and Nature.

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This research was funded by the Smithsonian Conservation Commons Working Land & Seascapes Amplification and Innovation Award [grant number WLS-2020-11]

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