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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Indira Angela Luza Eyzaguirre

Brazil,Peru

The present project is based on the Clean-Development-Mechanism in favour of participatory and monitoring to mangrove conservation through identification and climate change mitigation opportunities for strengthening the resilience and adaptation of coastal-estuarine communities.
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Iqbal Bhalla

India

I aim to create a habitat suitability model, perform a diet analysis and conduct an economic evaluation of insectivorous bats in rice fields of Assam.
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İrem Tüfekcioğlu

Turkey

Maquis vegetation is a type of Mediterranean shrubland that expands in the south and west of Turkey, and forms its own habitat as well as grows in the red pine (Pinus brutia) forests as understory. According to the General Directorate of Forestry in Turkey, maquis occupies about 6 million hectares, nearly 30% of the Turkey’s forest lands.
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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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Isha Bopardikar

India

The coastal waters of Sindhudurg, India, form a critical habitat for two species of cetaceans; the Indian Ocean humpback dolphin and the Indo-Pacific finless porpoise.
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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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Jean Claude Tumushime

Rwanda

Conservation of endangered straw-coloured fruit bats (Eidolon helvum) in Rwanda is still in its infancy stage. This suggests that a holistic multidisciplinary approach has to be adopted and evidence-based interventions have to be developed if conservation sustainability is to be achieved.
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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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Jessica Comley

South Africa

Majority of South Africa’s conservation areas are small and unable to naturally support viable populations of large carnivores (>20kg), as natural processes such as immigration and emigration are curtailed by electrified predator-proof fencing. Though fences minimize human-wildlife conflict, they have forced carnivores to live in physical isolation, which raises concerns about genetic diversity.
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