Danh mục các bài báo quốc tế 1985-1995

Year 1991 – 1995

Charlwood, J.D., P.F. Billingsley and Truong Quang Hoc, 1995. Mosquito-mediated Attraction of Female European but not African Mosquitoes to Hosts. Annals of Tropical Medicine and Parasitology, 89 (3): 327-329.

Le Trong Cuc, 1995. Biodiversity Conservation and Sustainable Land Use in the Da River Watershed. In: Rambo, A.T., R.R. Reed, Le Trong Cuc and M.R. DiGregorio (Eds.). The Challenges of Highland Development in Vietnam. East-West Center Program on Environment, CRES and Center for South-East Asia Studies, University of California at Berkeley. Publication Sale Office, East-West Center, Honolulu, Hawaii, U.S.A.: 89-100.

Le Trong Cuc, 1995. Forest Ecosystem and Swidden Agriculture in Uplands of Northern Vietnam. In: Tropical Forest Ecosystems Research, Conservation and Repatriation, UNESCO, SAEMEO BIOTROP and South-East Asian Regional Centre for Tropical Biology. Bogor, Indonesia: 169-287.

Le Trong Cuc, 1995. Swidden Agriculture in Vietnam (In Case of H’mong, Dao and Tay Ethnic Groups). In: Montane Mainland South-East Asia in Transition. Chiang Mai University: 104-119.

Le Dien Duc and B. Steven, 1995. Exploitation of Hawksbill Turtles in Vietnam. TRAFFIC Bulletin, Vol.15, No.2: 77-82.

Phan Nguyen Hong, 1995. Problems of Mangrove Degradation in Vietnam, Results of Restoration and Management. In: Proceedings of the ECOTONE IV: Ecology and Management of Mangrove Restoration and Regeneration in East and South-East Asia. Surat Thani, Thailand, January 1995. Thai National Commission for UNESCO.

Phan Nguyen Hong, 1995. Vietnam Mangroves and Seadykes. In: Proceedings of the Workshop “Long-term Solution to Protect Seadykes in the Central Vietnam’. University of Irrigation. OXFAM UK and Ireland. Vol.1: 125-132.

Phan Nguyen Hong and Nguyen My Hang, 1995. Study on the Impact of Low Temperature on the Growth of Some Rhizophoraceae Species Planted Experimentally. In: Proceedings of the National Workshop: “Reforestation and Management of Mangrove Ecosystem in Vietnam” Do Son, Hai Phong, 08-10/10/1995. MERD/ACTMANG. Agricultural Publishing House, Hanoi: 55-62.

Vo Quy, 1995. The Ethnic Minorities and Environmental Problem in Vietnam. In: The Toyota Foundation. Proceedings of Series of Symposia “Culture in Development and Globalization”. Nongkhai (15-16/11/1994), Hanoi (24-26/11/1994) and Tokyo (09-11/01/1995). The Toyota Foundation, Tokyo, Japan: 432-436.

Mai Sy Tuan, 1995. Salt Uptake and Excretion in the Mangrove, Avicennia marina. Tropic. Japan. Vol.5 (1/2).

Mai Sy Tuan, 1995. Effect of Different Levels of External Salinity on Germination, Growth and Photosynthesise in the Mangrove,Avicennia marina. Tropic, Japan, Vol.5 (2/2).

Winnacker, M., Dao Minh Truong et al., 1995. Environment and Industrial Renovation in Vietnam. A Report from Vinh Phu Province. Institute of International Studies Working Paper. University of California, Berkeley, U.S.A.

Le Thac Can and Vo Quy, 1994. Vietnam: Environmental Issues and Possible Solutions. Asian Journal of Environmental Management, Vol.2, No.2. Hong Kong: 69-77.

Phan Nguyen Hong, 1994. Re-afforestation of Mangrove Forests in Vietnam. In: Proceedings of the Workshop on ITTO Project “Development and Dissemination of Re-afforestation Techniques of Mangrove Forests”. Bangkok, Thailand, April 1994. Japan Association for Mangrove and National Mangrove Committee of Thailand, Bangkok: 141-168.

Vo Quy, 1994. Developing Vietnam’s Rich Resources in a Sustainable Way: Biggest Challenge of Vietnam’s Development. Paper presented at the Bruno H. Schubert Prize Award Ceremony. Frankfurt, Germany, 12/6/1994. The Board of the Bruno H. Schubert Stiftung.

Vo Quy, 1994. The Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources: A Critical Challenge of Vietnam’s Development. Citation for the Award of the John C. Phillips Memorial Medal for Distinguished Service in International Conservation to Professor Vo Quy. In: Proceedings. 19th Session of the General Assembly of IUCN. Buenos Aires, Argentina, 17-26/01/1994. IUCN: 121-123.

Vo Quy, 1994. The Environmental Challenge of Vietnam’s Development (Le Defit de l’environnement du Developpement au Vietnam).Paper presented in Canada Under the Invitation of Canadian Government. Canada, November 1994.

Vo Quy and Le Thac Can, 1994. Conservation of the Forest Resources and the Greater Biodiversity of Vietnam. Asian Journal of Environmental Management, Vol.2, No.2. Hong Kong: 56-59.

Nghiem Phuong Tuyen, 1994. Gender and Natural Resource Conservation in an Upland Village in Da Bac District. Paper presented at the Meeting of the Association for Asian Studies. Washington D.C., 1994.

Bouahom, B., Bui Huu Dat, Cu Viet Ha, Le Van Thu, Le Van Lanh and Pham Xuan Thao, 1993. The Role of Livestock in the Agroecosystem. In: Le Trong Cuc and A.T. Rambo (Eds.), 1993. Too Many People, Too Little Land: The Human Ecology of a Wet Rice-Growing Village in the Red River Delta of Vietnam. Occasional Paper No.15. Program on Environment, East-West Center, Honolulu, Hawaii, U.S.A.: 117-129.

Cruz, G.A., Nghiem Phuong Tuyen, C. Rambo, Nguyen Quoc Hai, Nguyen Thi Tuyet Mai and Truong Quang Bich, 1993. Equitability. In:Le Trong Cuc and A.T. Rambo (Eds.), 1993. Too Many People, Too Little Land: The Human Ecology of a Wet Rice-Growing Village in the Red River Delta of Vietnam. Occasional Paper No.15. Program on Environment, East-West Center, Honolulu, Hawaii, U.S.A.: 83-93.

Le Trong Cuc, 1993. Swedden Agriculture in the Highlands of Northern Vietnam. In: Sustainable Upland Agriculture Conference Proceedings. Cordillera Studies Center, University of the Philippines Cillege Baguio, Baguio City, Philippines.

Le Trong Cuc and Tran Duc Vien, 1993. An Overvew of the Red River Delta Environment. In: Le Trong Cuc and A.T. Rambo (Eds.). Too Many People, Too Little Land: The Human Ecology of a Wet Rice-Growing Village in the Red River Delta of Vietnam. Occasional Paper No.15. Program on Environment, East-West Center, Honolulu, Hawaii, U.S.A.: 1-10.

Le Dien Duc, 1993. Rehabilitation of the Melaleuca Floodplain Forests in the Mekong Delta, Vietnam. In: RAMSAR Bureau. Towards the Wise Use of Wetlands. Report of the RAMSAR Convention Wise Use Project. RAMSAR Convention Bureau, October 1993: 140-144.

Diep Dinh Hoa, K. Gillogly, Le Thi Van Hue, Nguyen Quang Minh and Nguyen Hung Long, 1993. Autonomy and Solidarity. In: Le Trong Cuc and A.T. Rambo (Eds.), 1993. Too Many People, Too Little Land: The Human Ecology of a Wet Rice-Growing Village in the Red River Delta of Vietnam. Occasional Paper No.15. Program on Environment, East-West Center, Honolulu, Hawaii, U.S.A.: 53-82.

McArthur, H.J., Vu Quyet Thang, Tran Kieu Hanh and Phan Minh Chau, 1993. Resilience to Hazards and Natural Disasters. In: Le Trong Cuc and A.T. Rambo (Eds.), 1993. Too Many People, Too Little Land: The Human Ecology of a Wet Rice-Growing Village in the Red River Delta of Vietnam. Occasional Paper No.15. Program on Environment, East-West Center, Honolulu, Hawaii, U.S.A.: 130-146.

Vo Quy, 1993. Conservation de la Biodiversite dans la Province de Ha Tinh. State Programme on Conservation of Environment KT-02, Hanoi: 42 pages.

Vo Quy, 1993. Conservation of Primates in Vietnam. Paper presented at the International Meeting “Rescue of Endangered Primates in the Socialist Republic of Vietnam”. Cuc Phuong National Park, 25-26/3/1993.

Vo Quy, 1993. Environment and Development in Vietnam. In: Jamieson, N.L., Nguyen Manh Hung and A.T. Rambo. The Challenges of Vietnam’s Reconstruction. The Indochina Institute George Mason University, Fairfax, Virginia and East-West Center Indochina Initiative, Honolulu, Hawaii, U.S.A.: 110-126.

Vo Quy, 1993. Parcs Nationaux et Zones de Protection au Vietnam. ACCT and State Programme on Conservation of Environment KT-02, Hanoi: 63 pages.

Vo Quy and Le Thac Can, 1994. Conservation of Forest and the Greater Biodiversity in Vietnam. Asian Journal of Environmental Management, Vol.2, No.2. Hong Kong.

Vo Quy and K. Elizabeth, 1993. Dance of a Thousand Cranes. In: Elizabeth, K. (Ed.). The Law of the Mother. Protecting Indigenous People in Protected Areas. WWF, Commission of the European Communities and IUCN. SIERRA Club Books, San Francisco, U.S.A.: 148-155.

Rambo, A.T. and Le Trong Cuc, 1993. Prospects for Sustainable Development. In: Le Trong Cuc and A.T. Rambo (Eds.), 1993. Too Many People, Too Little Land: The Human Ecology of a Wet Rice-Growing Village in the Red River Delta of Vietnam. Occasional Paper No.15. Program on Environment, East-West Center, Honolulu, Hawaii, U.S.A.: 165-186.

Rambo, A.T., Le Trong Cuc and K. Gillogly, 1993. Nguyen Xa Village and Its Agroecosystem. In: Le Trong Cuc and A.T. Rambo (Eds.), 1993. Too Many People, Too Little Land: The Human Ecology of a Wet Rice-Growing Village in the Red River Delta of Vietnam. Occasional Paper No.15. Program on Environment, East-West Center, Honolulu, Hawaii, U.S.A.: 11-31.

Le Trong Cuc, 1992. Vietnam Invents Its Own Agroforestry System, Using Homegrown Advantages. CERES. The FAO Review, No.138 (Vol.24, No.6), November – December.

Le Van Lanh, 1992. L’art de Restaurer. CERES. Revue de la FAO, Vol.24, No.134, Mars – April 1992.

Vo Quy, 1992. Biological Resources and Development in Vietnam. Paper presented at the International Workshop on Adaptive Strategies and Environmental Science in South-East Asia, Bandung, Indonesia, 27-31/7/1992.

Vo Quy, 1992. Climate Change and Biodiversity. Tiempo, IIED, London, U.K.: 2-3.

Vo Quy, 1992. Conservation of Biodiversity – An Urgent Problem. Vietnam News, 25/10/1992. Hanoi: 4.

Vo Quy, 1992. Environment and Development in Vietnam. In: Janienson, N.L., Nguyen Manh Hung and A.T. Rambo. The Challenges of Vietnam’s Reconstruction. East-West Center Indochina Initiative, Honolulu, Hawaii and The Indochina Institute George Madison University, U.S.A.: 110-126.

Vo Quy, 1992. People and Protected Areas in Vietnam. Paper presented at the IV World Congress on National Park and Protected Areas. Caracas, Venezuela, 10-21/02/1992. CNPPA/IUCN: 4 pages.

Vo Quy, 1992. Potential Environmental Impact of Japanese Investment in Vietnam. Paper presented at the Workshop on The Sun Rising on Indochina: The Future of Vietnamese – Japanese Relations. Honolulu, Hawaii, 24-26/4/1992. East-West Center.

Vo Quy, 1992. The Wound of War, Vietnam Struggle to Erase the Scars of 30 Violent Years. The FAO Review, No.134, March – April 1992. CERES, Roma: 13-16.

Le Trong Cuc, 1991. Biodiversity Conversation in Relation to Development in Vietnam. In: XVII Pacific Science Congress. Honolulu, Hawaii, U.S.A.

Le Trong Cuc, 1991. Rehabilitation of the Ecologically Degraded Midlands in Northern Vietnam. In: Environment, Natural Resources, and the Future Development. The Indochina Institute George Mason University.

Vo Quy, 1991. Agent Green. Wildlife BBC, Vol.9, No.12, December 1991: 829-834.

Vo Quy, 1991. Biodiversity Conservation and Protected Areas in Vietnam. Paper presented at the South and South-East Asia Regional Meeting on National Park and Protected Areas. Bangkok, Thailand, 01-04/12/1991. CNNPA/IUCN.

Vo Quy, 1991. Climate Change and Biodiversity in Vietnam. Paper presented at the International Conference on Climate Change and Sea Level Rise Impacts. Hanoi, 09-10/12/1991. UNEP/CERED.

Vo Quy, 1991. Forest Resources and Conservation of Nature in Vietnam. Paper presented at the Workshop on Forestry Sector Review Tropical Forestry Action Plan. Ministry of Forests of Vietnam, FAO and UNDP.

Vo Quy, 1991. The Need for an International Convention on Biodiversity. Paper presented at the International Environmental Law Conference. The Hague, The Netherlands, 12-16/8/1991: 9 pages.

Vo Quy and Hoang Hoe, 1991. Nature Conservation in Vietnam: An Overview. Tiger Paper, 13 (4). FAO, Bangkok.

Vo Thanh Son, 1991. Human Impact on the Last Surviving Javan Rhinoceros Population in Vietnam and Proposed Conservation Measures. Environment and Policy Institute, East-West Center, Honolulu, Hawaii, U.S.A.: 24 pages.

Year 1985 – 1990

George, B.S., Nguyen Xuan Dang, Le Dinh Thuy and Vo Thanh Son, 1990. Javan Rhinoceros in Vietnam. Oryx, Vol.24, No.2, April 1990: 77-80.

Vo Quy, 1990. On the Wings of Peace. In: Natural History. The Ecology of War and Peace, Natural History, November 1990. American Museum of Natural History, New York, U.S.A.: 40-41.

Vo Quy, 1990. The Future of Nature in Asia and in South East Asia. Paper presented at the 18th IUCN General Assembly 1990. Perth, Australia, 28/11-05/12/1990. IUCN: 10 pages.

Le Trong Cuc, 1989. The Current Issues of Natural Conservation in Vietnam. Tiger Paper, Vol.XVI, No.3. FAO.

Le Dien Duc, 1989. Rational Utilization of Wetlands in Vietnam. In: International Conference on Wetlands. The People’s Role in Wetland Management. Abstracts. Leiden, June 1989. Centre for Environmental Studies, Leiden University, The Netherlands: 115-116.

Le Dien Duc, 1989. Socialist Republic of Vietnam. Introduction. In: Asian Wetland Inventory. A Directory of Asian Wetlands. IUCN: 749-793.

Vo Quy, 1989. Some Ideas about Conservation of Indochina Fauna. Paper presented at the IUCN/SSC Meeting in Rome.

Vo Quy and Nguyen Cu, 1989. Conservation of Pheasants in Vietnam. Paper presented at Asian Bird Conference. Bangkok, 1989.

Le Trong Cuc, 1988. Ecology and Restoration of Degraded Land in Midland of Vietnam. In: Regional Workshop on the Eco-development Process for Degraded Land Resources in South-East Asia. Bogor, Indosesia, 23-25/8/1988. MAB/UNESCO.

Vo Quy, 1988. Conservation of Biodiversity in Vietnam. Acceptance Speech presented at the Gold Medal Award Ceremony, General Assembly of WWF (as recipient of the WWF Gold Medal 1988). Hong Kong, 03/11/1988. World Fund For Nature.

Vo Quy, 1988. Vietnam’s Ecological Situation Today. ESCAP Environment News, Vol.6, No.4: 4-9.

Vo Quy, 1988. Vietnam’s Initial Results in Rational Utilization of Natural Resources and in Management and Restoration of Human Impacted Ecosystems. Paper presented at the Regional Workshop on the Eco-development Process for Degraded Land Resources in South-East Asia. Bogor, Indonesia, 23-25/8/1988. MAB/UNESCO.

Vo Quy, 1988. Vietnam Trying to Reconstruct a Tattered Economy and an Ecology Mess. In: International Conference on Ecology in Vietnam. New York, 28-30/5/1987. Appen Feature, Asia-Pacific People’s Environment Network. Penang, Weat Malysia, Appen 56/88: 2-6.

Le Dien Duc, 1987. Eastern Sarus Crane Status in Indochina. Paper presented at the International Crane Workshop. Qiqihar, China, 03-07/5/1987. International Crane Foundation.

Le Dien Duc, 1987. Information about Sarus Cranes in Indochina. Garruluax, 3: 5.

Le Dien Duc and Le Dinh Thuy, 1987. The Status of Rare Bird Species in Three Cololies in Minh Hai Province: Vinh Thanh, Tan Khanh and Tan Hung. Garrulax, 2: 7.

Vo Quy, 1987. Birds in the Mekong Delta. Garrulax. Biology and Conservation in Vietnam, No.2. New South Wales, U.K.: 11-14.

Vo Quy, 1987. Endangered and Rare Species in Vietnam. Garrulax. Biology and Conservation in Vietnam, No.3. New South Wales, U.K.: 4 pages.

Le Thac Can and Vo Quy, 1986. Conservation Strategy as a Basis for Development Strategy Research Program on Natural Resources and Development, Vietnam. In: Conference on Conservation and Development: Implementation the World Conservation Strategy. Selected Papers and Abstracts . Ottawa, Canada, 31/5-05/6/1986. IUCN, UNEP, WWF, Environment Canada, CWF, UNDP, FAO, UNESCO, UNFPA and WRI: 5 pages.

Vo Quy, 1985. Rare Species and Protection Measures Proposed for Vietnam. In: Throrsell, J.W. (Ed.). Conserving Asia’s Natural Heritage. Proceedings of the 25th Working Session of IUCN’s Commission on National Parks and Protected. Corbet National Park, India, February. Gland: IUCN: 98-102.

Years Before

Le Dien Duc, 1984. Existing Status of Wetland and of Wetland Birds. Paper presented at the 10th ICBP Asian Continental Section Conference. Kandy, Sri Lanka, April 1984. ICBP.

Vo Quy, 1984. Terrestrial Animal Ecology. In: Herbicide in War, the Long-term Ecological and Human Consequences. Symosium Summary. Ho Chi Minh City, 1984. Stockholm, SIPRI.

Vo Quy and Le Dien Duc, 1984. Status of Some Endangered Birds in Vietnam. In: International Council for Bird Preservation. World Working Group on Storks, Ibises and Spoonbills. Report No.2. International Council for Bird Preservation. Vogelpark Walsrode, Federal Republic of Germany.

Vo Quy and Le Dien Duc, 1984. Viet Nam. In: International Council for Bird Preservation. Report No.2. World Working Group on Storks, Ibises and Spoonbills. International Council for Bird Preservation. Vogelpark Walsrode, Federal Republic of Germany.

Le Trong Cuc, 1983. Effects a Long Terms de la Guerre Chimeque sur L Environment du District A Luoi Province Binh Tri Thien.In: Symposium International sur Les Herbicides et Defoliants Employs Dans la Guerre les Effects a Long Terms sur L’Homme et la Nature. Volume II. Hanoi.

Vo Quy, 1983. Consequences à Long Terme de la Guerre Chimique des Etats-Unis d’Amerique au Viet Nam. In: Symposium International sur “Les Herbicides et Defoliants Employes dans la Guerre: Les Effets a Long Terme sur l’homme et la Nature”. Volume I. Ho Chi Minh Ville, 13-20/01/1983. Commite National d’investigation des Consequences de la Guerre Chimique Americaine au Vietnam. Hanoi: 8 pages.

Vo Quy, 1983. Effets des Herbicides Largues par les Americains au sud du Vietnam sur le Systeme Animal. In: Symposium International sur “Les Herbicides et Defoliants Employes dans la Guerre: Les Effets a Long Terme sur l’homme et la Nature”. Volume II. Ho Chi Minh Ville, 13-20/01/1983. Commite National d’investigation des Consequences de la Guerre Chimique Americaine au Vietnam. Hanoi: 113-115.

Vo Quy (Chairman), 1983. Summary Report of Working Group E2: Terrestrial Animal Ecology. In: Arthur, H.W. Herbicides in War: The Long-term Effect on Man and Nature. Ho Chi Minh City, 18/02/1983: 32-34.

Vo Quy, 1982. A New Species of Lophura – Lophura hatinhensis in Vietnam. Paper presented at the Second International Pheasant Symposium. Serinagar, India.

Vo Quy, 1982. Status of the Pheasants in Vietnam. Paper presented at the Second International Pheasant Symposium. Serinagar, India.

Vo Quy, 1981. Birds in the Forest Ecosystems Destroyed by Herbicides in South Vietnam. Paper presented at the XXII Congressus Internationalis Ornithologus Moscow.