Ardiantiono Ardiantiono

Ardiantiono Ardiantiono
University of Kent | KENT · School of Anthropology and Conservation

PgDip in Conservation Biology

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Introduction
Wildlife conservation Ph.D. student interested in evidence-based conservation, ecological modelling, multidisciplinary collaboration, science for people, and two-way learning processes.
Additional affiliations
November 2018 - present
Wildlife Conservation Society Indonesia Program
Position
  • Biodiversity Science Coordinator
Description
  • I am coordinating the design and implementation of hornbill survey and ecological monitoring and responsible for scientific capacity building
January 2016 - January 2018
Wildlife Conservation Society Indonesia Program
Position
  • Database and Knowledge Learning Coordinator
Description
  • I documented the lesson learned from WCS-Indonesia Sumatra program implementation and coordinated the internal capacity building
December 2014 - January 2016
Wildlife Conservation Society Indonesia Program
Position
  • Sumatra Database Assistant
Description
  • I was part of Sumatran tiger population survey team and responsible in managing and analyzing the survey data.
Education
February 2018 - November 2018
University of Oxford
Field of study
  • International Wildlife Conservation Practice
August 2010 - August 2014
University of Indonesia
Field of study
  • Ecology

Publications

Publications (21)
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Media reports on human-predator interaction can influence public attitudes and supports toward wildlife conservation. Negative interactions between humans and wildlife in Indonesia are dominated by two predator species: Sumatran tiger (Panthera tigris sumatrae) and saltwater crocodile (Crocodylus porosus). This research aims to characterize the pat...
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Snakes are commonly associated with feelings of anxiety or disgust, and snake conservation is often hindered by negative attitudes and perceptions. Although global snake populations are generally in decline, snakebite envenomation (SBE) continues to be recognized as a serious public health issue, particularly in rural areas of tropical and subtropi...
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Understanding coexistence between humans and threatened wildlife is a central focus in conservation. Way Kambas National Park in Sumatra Island, Indonesia, harbors one of the largest populations of the critically endangered Sumatran elephant (Elephas maximus sumatranus). The people who live alongside this population are affected by intensive crop f...
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The development of roads coinciding with human expansion and settlement can lead to substantial habitat degradation and biodiversity impact. For terrestrial animals, roads can also result in direct mortality or injury due to motor vehicle collisions. Flores is the largest among the five islands harboring Komodo Dragon (Varanus komodoensis) in south...
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Reliable density estimates of threatened species provide important information on their conservation status and effectiveness of conservation efforts. Here, we provided the first density estimates that utilize detection probability of four hornbill species in Ketambe Research Station area, Leus-er Landscape. Moreover, we made a preliminary investig...
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Mendorong koeksistensi antara manusia dan satwa liar membutuhkan dukungan dari publik. Namun hal ini menjadi tantangan apabila satwa menimbulkan kerugian bagi manusia atau dikenal sebagai konflik manusia-satwa liar. Bagaimana media memberitakan konflik dapat mempengaruhi sikap dan toleransi publik terhadap satwa pemberitaan. Oleh karena itu, kami m...
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Understanding how threatened wildlife can coexist with humans over the long term is a central issue in conservation and wildlife management. Komodo National Park in Eastern Indonesia, harbors the largest extant populations of the endemic Komodo dragon (Varanus komodoensis). Consistent with global trends, this species is expected to be increasingly...
Poster
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A visualization of our published study "Effects of human activities on Komodo dragons in Komodo National Park".
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Reliable information on wildlife populations and the threats they face is crucial for assessing the performance of conservation strategies. As part of its efforts to improve the effectiveness of Bukit Barisan Selatan National Park in Sumatra, Indonesia, and aid the recovery of flagship species, the Park's management authority designated a 1,000 km...
Research
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Konflik manusia-orangutan merupakan fenomena yang terjadi ketika eksploitasi sumber daya alam yaitu hutan terjadi secara berlebihan dan mengakibatkan pembenturan kepentingan di antara kedua pihak. Manusia pada kenyataannya bertanggung jawab dalam memicu konflik yang terjadi saat ini dan merupakan kewajiban manusia untuk menyelesaikannya juga. Penul...
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Records of injured monitor lizards and how they cope with their injuries in the wild are limited. This report documents observations made in Sumatra, Indonesia over the course of 28 months of an Asian water monitor (Varanus salvator) afflicted by a foreign bone protruding from its tympanum. The monitor's body condition, feeding behavior, nocturnal...
Conference Paper
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Since 2002, WCS-IP with local communities has been developing various intervention methods to reduce human-elephant conflict around Way Kambas National Park. Evaluation on the implementation of these methods is crucial to assess the effectiveness of each technique to prevent crop raiding by elephants. In this article, we examine nine intervention m...
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As the largest protected area in southern part of Sumatra, Bukit Barisan Selatan National Park (BBSNP) is believed to harbor one of the highest populations of Endangered Asian tapirs. However, despite becoming an important area for tapir conservation, there is a paucity of information on this large mammal species's population status and ecology in...
Presentation
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Interviewed local villagers using questionnaire survey to identify the conflict patterns and distributions in Komodo Village
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Buaya muara (Crocodylus porosus) merupakan salah satu spesies buaya dengan laporan serangan terhadap manusia tertinggi di Indonesia. Pemahaman mengenai serangan buaya sangat penting dalam upaya konservasi dan mitigasi serangan. CrocBITE sebagai bentuk citizen science telah berhasil melibatkan masyarakat dalam pengumpulan informasi serangan buaya di...
Thesis
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Human-wildlife conflict has become one of the biggest challenges in conservation. Human-komodo dragon conflict has been reported, but no scientific publication has yet available. A research on the distribution and spatial pattern of human-komodo dragon conflict were conducted in Komodo village of Komodo National Park, Southeastern of Indonesia. Int...
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Phytoplankton is well-known as microorganism that can undergo photosynthesis and can only be found in aquatic ecosystems. Universitas Indonesia (UI), Depok, has six lakes: Kenanga, Agathis, Mahoni, Puspa, Ulin, and Salam Lake. Those lakes are proved to have an important role in regulating water circulation in UI and surroundings. However, study abo...

Questions

Question (1)
Question
I would like to calculate the phylogenetic diversity metric in a community that can be weighted by the occupancy probability of species within this community.
I have found paper by Cadotte et al (2009) but they account for abundance which might be a bit different with occupancy probability.
I also came across Si et al paper (2018) that explicitly account for occupancy estimate but unfortunately, I cannot find the calculation for the metric
Any suggestion on how to calculate the metric (if possible with the R script guidance) would be greatly appreciated. Thank you!

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Projects (3)
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Assess the patterns and local perceptions on human-Komodo dragon conflict using semi-structured interview involving ecological, anthropological, and psychological approach
Project
Assess the recent distribution and population estimate of endangered tapirs in Sumatra using collaborative camera trap survey data.