Research Papers

Leadership, Women and Literacy: Narratives from Women in Papua New Guinea
By Diana Mandui Mirio and Donald Gumbis

The estimation of frond base biomass (FBB) of oil palm
By Ian E Henson; Thomas Betitis; Yanding Tomda and Laurence D C Chase Published in Journal of Oil Palm Research Vol. 24 December 2012

High efficiency vegetative amplification – a new oil palm improvement system
By D. R. Smith, R. Yimbang, C. Lee, and S. LordSeminar “Advances in oil palm tissue culture”. Yogyakarta, 29 May 2010:Int. Soc. Oil Palm Breeders

Ensuring the Continuous Improvement and Quality of Dami Seeds
By F. Dumortier, S. Lord, T.K. Lim

Environmental Impacts of Oil Palm – Practical Considerations in Defining Sustainability for Impacts on the Air, Land and Water
By S. Lord and J. Clay Presented at the 5th international Planters Conference (2006 IPC) Kuala Lumpur

Environmentally Sustainable Practices And ISO 14001
By S. Lord Presented at The Second Kulim Conference, 2004, West New Britain, Papua New Guinea, Sept 27th – 29th. Published in the Planter, Kuala Lumpur, 82 (959);83-99 (2006)

The Oil Palm Industry’s approach to the use of pesticides in Papua New Guinea
By B. Page and S. Lord