In pursuance of economic growth and development, logging has exhausted
the natural timber resource in the tropical rainforest of Sabah, Malaysia.
Realizing the forest depletion, the Sabah Forestry Department, with technical
support from the German Agency for Technical Cooperation, begun developing
a management system with the intent of managing all commercial forest
reserves in a way that mimics natural processes for sustainable production of
low volume, high quality, and high priced timber products in 1989. As dictated
by a forest management plan based on forest zoning, about 51,000 ha of the
entire area is set aside for log production and 4,000 ha for conservation in
Deramakot Forest Reserve, Sabah, Malaysia.

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