|Town/Region||Kerinci Seblat National Park|
|Date||19 Oct 2003|
Kerinci Seblat National Park (KSNP), Sumatra, is a very high priority for wild tiger conservation because it still contains large blocks of forest and sufficient tiger prey. It is known that tigers in KSNP are threatened by habitat loss and poaching. However, the severity of, and interactions between these threats within the physical landscape are not known.
This research aims to investigate factors that might explain tiger and prey species abundances to better understand these processes. By implementing the first tiger and prey population monitoring programme for KSNP, this will promote sound conservation management in this key area for tigers.
For further information contact: