The Population Status of Big Cats in a Threatened Wildlife Corridor in Peninsular Malaysia In a threatened wildlife corridor known as Primary Linkage 7 in the state of Terengganu, Peninsular Malaysia, we aim to determine baseline population density estimates of three big cat species (Tiger, Leopard and Clouded Leopard) in order to facilitate monitoring of population trends. Our findings will be used to lobby for the corridor to be gazetted as a protected area.
Participatory Turtle Conservation Project in Jagadishpur Reservoir, a Ramsar Site, Kapilvastu, NepalThe project aims to aware and involve local communities and local enforcement agencies to reduce unsustainable exploitation and control illegal turtle trade activities in Jagadishpur reservoir.
Menzbir Marmot (Marmota menzbieri) Survey and ConservationThe field research of endemic Menzbir Marmot population should be done as well as conservation efforts to prevent illegal hunting on them in the area of Sayram-Ugam National Park.
Protecting the Biodiversity and Culture of WeheaIntegrated Conservation’s program in Wehea aims to protect one of the most important forest areas in East Kalimantan and to empower the indigenous Wehea Dayak to sustainably manage their forest. This is accomplished through a multi-pronged conservation program that works to develop economic opportunities, foster good governance, promote education and training, and acquire scientific data to effectively manage Wehea Forest.
Assessing the Efficiency of Footprint Identification Technique to Monitor Rhinoceros and Tiger Populations in NepalThe purpose of this study is to assess the value of Footprint Identification Technique in efficient monitoring of rhinoceros and tiger populations in Chitwan National Park, and to encourage the involvement of local wildlife trackers in conservation initiatives.
Protecting Sumatran Tiger Habitat in Aceh Aim of project to visualize the tiger presence, conflict potential and the magnitudes of managing and protecting the habitat, water sources for the human being and the wildlife.
Pallas’s Cat in Kazakhstan: From Investigation to ConservationThe project aims to study Pallas’s cat in the Eastern Kazakhstan and make grounds for protection of its habitats and population in the region.
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.
The Diversity of the Reptile Fauna of Hin Nam No National Biodiversity Conservation Area (Laos) The main goal is to receive a comprehensive reptile species inventory and subsequently elucidate information on species composition and community structure in Hin Nam No.
Nutritional Ecology of Wild and Domestic Asian Elephants in NepalThe project is anticipated to bring insight into the problem of crop raiding as a major cause of Human elephant conflict through the application of a new nutrient-focussed perspective to understand how plant nutrients influence the distribution and habitat requirements of the Elephants.