Projects in Indonesia
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Projects in Indonesia
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Evaluating the Ecological and Cultural Services Provided by Tropical Forest Ecosystems: Freshwater Fish and the Use of Fish Ponds as a Sustainable Livelihood Source in Central Kalimantan, IndonesiaThe project aims are: 1) to assess the fish communities in the forest and river; 2) assess the importance of fish and fishing to the local communities and 3) to evaluate the use of fish ponds as a sustainable livelihood source.
The Crested Black Macaque, IndonesiaStudy on Male Sulawesi Crested Black Macaque Dominance Style at Tangkoko-Batuangus Nature Reserve, North Sulawesi, Indonesia
Civet Coffee Saves Biodiversity: Obtaining Civet’s Population Data toward Sustainable Coffee Production in Petungkriono Forest, IndonesiaProvide population data of Palm Civet along with quantity of Civet coffee that can be harvested. And encourage people to manage their forest better for improving their livelihood.
Conservation Concessions, IndonesiaConservation concessions in Indonesia
The Orangutan Tropical Peatland Research Project: Monitoring Ape Populations in the Sabangau Forest, Central Kalimantan, IndonesiaThis project aims to design and implement an ecological-monitoring program in the Sabangau Forest that provides practical and constructive feedback for conservation management activities.
Conservation at Gede-Pangrango National Park and Cibulao Nature Reserve, West Java, IndonesiaThis project works in two Indonesian national parks, monitoring bird populations and training local teams to carry out surveys.
Orang-utans and Gibbons Compared – Implications of Differences in Feeding and Behavioural Ecology for ConservationWe aim to identify and classify important orang-utan and gibbon foods in the Sebangau National Park and to study the feeding behaviour and patterns of these apes to formulate better park management plans for both the apes and their foods.
Orang-utans and Gibbons Compared: Implications of Differences in Feeding and Behavioural Ecology for ConservationThis project aims to understand the behaviour and ecology of the two Asian apes in a degraded peat-swamp forest and to use that information for the protection of the forest ecosystem through collaboration with Indonesian researchers and organisations.
Establishments of Plant Species Diversity Following 2010 Catastrophic Eruption of Mt Merapi, Java Indonesia: Implication for Conservation and RestorationMost recent eruption of Mt. Merapi occurred in 2010 has brought up idea of how Indonesian ecologists can document the establishment of pioneer species and the subsequent species on Mt. Merapi volcano in order to generate baseline data that will be useful for managers working with Merapi to initiate rehabilitation programs.
Fragmentation, Plant Invasion and Native Species Conservation in Tropical Forest Landscape of Mt. MerapiMt. Merapi has periodic eruptions that left the forest to become disturbed and fragmented. Some of these areas are in a successional process. Before the 2010 eruption, there were other eruptions such as in 2006 and 1994. From different perspectives, colonizers species can also be an invasive. These studies will aims to identify colonizer species in each of the areas and assess them weather or not they will become invasive and to understand the correlation between successional ages and species diversity with distribution and abundance of invasive species.
Conservation of Tropical Savanna Ecosystem through Better Understanding of Invasive Alien SpeciesThe aim of the project is to contribute in preventing extinction of tropical savanna ecosystem in the largest cover of savanna in Java Island by extensive fieldwork and environmental campaign.
Public Awareness Campaign to Enhance the Conservation of Migratory Waterbird and their Habitat in Eastern Beach of North SumatraThis project looks at the in land problems of this region - bird hunting, infrastructure developing, mangrove converse of fish exploring, mangrove cutting down trees for industry development.
Leopard Movement in IndonesiaAssessment of Leopard movements from Gunung Halimun to Gunung Salak, Indonesia
Kinabatangan River Spirit Initiative: Contributing to Freshwater Conservation and Sustainable Livelihoods in the Lower Kinabatangan RiverThe Kinabatangan River Spirit Initiative seeks to empower local riverine communities for local-level action in the Lower Kinabatangan Catchment, North Borneo, and improve river health, focusing on the long-term viability of fish populations.
Frogs Diversity for Ecological Monitoring in Karimata Island, IndonesiaThis study aimed to assess environmental health through frogs’ diversity in Karimata island.
Inventory and Diversity Assessment of the Herpetofauna of Gunung Leuser National Park, SumatraSituated on the northern tip of Sumatra, the Leuser Ecosystem is an area of global importance to the conservation of biodiversity. Within this ecosystem lies Gunung Leuser National Park (GLNP), known for its high diversity in birds and mammals. However we know surprisingly little about its herpetofauna; to better estimate species diversity we propose to carry out a herpetofaunal inventory in GLNP.
Development of Forest Honey for Wetlands Conservation and Community Income Generation in Danau Sentarum National Park, West KalimantanThis project seeks to develop honey as an alternative but significant source of income with minimal ecological impact for wetlands conservation in Danau Sentarum National Park, West Kalimantan.
Tangkoko Conservation Education, Conservation Education Programme around the Tangkoko-Duasudara-Batuangus Nature Reserves in North Sulawesi, IndonesiaThis project’s aim is to raise local population’s awareness in order to reduce human negative impact on the Tangkoko-Batuangus-Duasudara nature reserves and their wildlife, especially the endemic crested macaques.
Sun Bears in Human-Dominated Landscapes: Distribution, Population Trends and Conflicts in Kerinci Seblat Region, SumatraThis research originates from the priorities highlighted in the IUCN/SSC Sun Bear Conservation Action Plan a critical one of which is to address the urgent need to accurately assess the conservation status of sun bears. This research aims to determine factors underlying the population trends and distribution of sun bears, their response to deforestation, the extent to which sun bears conflict with people, and to examine how they adapt to commercial landscapes.
Bird Seed Dispersal and Restoration of the Sundaland Biodiversity Hotspot in SumatraThe aim of this project is to assess bird seed dispersal service in assisting regeneration of the secondary lowland forest in Sumatra, Indonesia.
Population Monitoring and Study of Daily Activities of the Malayan Tapir (Tapirus Indicus) through the Use of the Camera Trapping Technique in Taratak Forest Reserve, Sumatra, IndonesiaThis project is part of a long-term study designed to evaluate the effects of deforestation on populations of Malayan tapir in West Sumatra.
Population Monitoring and Conservation of Malayan Tapir in Taratak Forest Reserve, SumatraThere are two main activities that will be conducted during this program, first monitoring of Malayan tapir and other wildlife inhabit the study area, secondly to improve local community participation on wildlife conservation.
Malayan Tapir (Tapirus Indicus) Conservation ProjectProject proposed is expanded of previous Malayan tapir monitoring studies that were supported by Rufford Small Grant and other donors. Camera traps will be operated on four conservation areas which not yet surveyed on previous studies.
Javan Gibbon (Hylobates Moloch) Habitat Suitability Survey and Mapping in Mt Salak Area of Gunung Halimun-Salak National ParkThis project is comprised by two main activities, i.e. population, habitat surveys and spatial (GIS) analysis.