Projects by Year

Projects by year

Ika Yuni Agustin

Indonesia

Primate survey will be carried out in the Bromo-Tengger-Semeru National Park using Line Transect Method (Buckland et al., 2010). We will record the number of individuals, age class distribution, behaviour, height on tree, GPS location and habitat characteristics. Point Centered Quarter Method (Mueller-Dumbois & Ellenberg, 1974) will be used for vegetation sampling.
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Irfan Rosyadi

Indonesia

Java sparrow Lonchura oryzivora is an endangered bird species, endemic to Java and Bali. The population have been extirpated from their habitat due to poaching activity. The remaining population in Gunungkidul karst region most are located side by side with farming area.
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Jayaraj Vijaya Kumaran

Malaysia

Flying squirrels are poorly studied and their conservation statuses are currently either Data Deficient or Endangered. Hence, this study aims to determine the conservation status and habitat of flying squirrels in Royal Belum State Park, a protected area in the state of Perak, Malaysia.
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Jelena Šeat

Serbia

True bugs are one of the most abundant and diverse group of insects in the Pannonian saline grasslands, whereas recognizable insect indicators, such as pollinators are almost absent.
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Jhon Jairo Ospina Sarria

Colombia

The western slope of the Colombian Andes forms a relatively small part of one of the most species-rich tropical biomes - the neotropical montane forests.
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Joanison Vicente dos Santos Teixeira

Brazil

Wild golden-headed lion tamarins are small arboreal primates endemic to Southern Bahia state, Brazil. L. chrysomelas are Endangered, and face the continual threat of habitat loss and fragmentation through deforestation. L.
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Jonas Rafael Rodrigues Rosoni

Brazil

Sporophila seedeaters form one of the few groups of Neotropical birds for which breeding biology is well-studied; however, there are still poorly understood, issues. An example of a poorly-researched species is Chestnut Seedeater S. cinnamomea, which breeds in the Pampas grasslands of southern South America and presumably spend nonbreeding season in the Cerrado of Central Brazil.
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Joseph Makaure

Zimbabwe

Globally, protected areas have been used extensively in biodiversity conservation for both terrestrial and marine ecosystems. Despite their imperilled status, not much has been done to identify and develop in situ conservation areas for freshwater ecosystems.
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Juan Carlos Huaranca

Bolivia

In the central highland of Bolivia, llama husbandry is the primary and most widespread activity among local people in the region. Grazing of these animals takes place without any regulation, and may have strong negative effects on flora and fauna.
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Juan Sebastián Moreno

Colombia

Monitoring the extant population of the Critically Endangered species, Phragmipedium andreettae in Colombia, an orchid known as lady slipper orchid, a plant illegally collected and poach by its highly demand in the nurseries of the world. The study will be performed by recording the presence and abundance using direct observation and herbariums records.
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