Research conducted by RFMRC – SEA namely the research system with cooperation in finding and unearthing an information (Kulitatif and quantitative Data) that can be interpreted to support science in an occurrence forest and land fires that happens to be a scientifically accepted and can be used in the prevention of forest and land fires. This is done in an effort to the intellectual and the addition of data in support of research in science. In addition, RFMRC – SEA publishes results of research, study and literature review in the form of books, reports, articles, newsletters, and so on in order to know and become a new reference in the prevention of forest fires and land.
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is the process of solving problems and finding facts in an organised way. Sometimes, Research is used for challenging or making contribution to generalizable knowledge. See more…[/vc_column_text][/vc_tta_section][vc_tta_section title=”Publication” tab_id=”1524107336318-32863e3e-c416″][vc_column_text]Estimation of Forest and Land Fire Severity using Landsat 8 Imagery In Riau Province, Indonesia
(Ati Dwi Nurhayati, Rosita Dewi, Sayidah Sulma, Erianto Indra Putra, Mark A. Cochrane, Bambang Hero Saharjo, Robi D. Waldi) (PDF)
Changing groundwater level and severe smoke haze from Indonesian peat fire
(Bambang Hero Saharjo, Erianto Indra Putra, Mark A. Cochrane, Robert Yokelson, Chelsea E. Stockwell, Thilina Jayarathne, Yenni Vetrita, Israr Albar, Ati D. Nurhayati, Laura Graha) (PDF)