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Febri Anggriawan Widodo

Febri Anggriawan Widodo
World Wide Fund For Nature Indonesia · Sumatra and Wildlife

Master of Science

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July 2020 - present
WWF Indonesia
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  • Project Manager

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Understanding the effect of anthropogenic disturbance, and its interaction with carnivores and their prey, is crucial to support the conservation of threatened carnivores, particularly in rapidly changing landscapes. Based on systematic camera-trap sampling of four protected areas in Riau Province of central Sumatra, we assessed the habitat occupan...
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Abstract Biosphere Expeditions and WWF Indonesia ran their third joint expedition with citizen scientists in and around Bukit Rimbang Bukit Baling Wildlife Reserve (BRBBWR), Riau Province, Sumatra, Indonesia, from 30 July to 1 September 2017. The expedition study was a follow-up of the two previous studies in 2015 and 2016, with the tiger and its...
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A global pledge to double wild Tiger populations by 2022 has focused attention on the need for effective conservation management. Conservation Assured | Tiger Standards (CA|TS) was established to identify good management standards for Tigers and promote these within Tiger conservation areas (TCAs). The study reported here assessed TCA management ag...
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Buku Panduan Penanggulangan Konflik Manusia dan Harimau Sumatera
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Managing the critically endangered Sumatran tiger (Panthera tigris sumatrae) needs accurate information on its abundance and availability of prey at the landscape level. Bukit Rimbang Bukit Baling Wildlife Reserve in central Sumatra represents an important area for tigers at local, regional and global levels. The area has been recognized as a long-...
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The history of three sub specieses of Indonesian tigers, what we should learn from losing 2 sub-species of tigers (bali tiger and javan tiger) and the strong effort of Indonesia's conservation warriors to save sumatran tigers.
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Dholes (Cuon alpinus) are categorised by IUCN as Endangered since 2004. Their global range is believed to have rapidly shrunk and their current distribution on Sumatra Island is greatly reduced. Despite the situation, dholes have received much less conservation attention than other charismatic carnivores. As a consequence, knowledge on their basic...
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The composition of local mammalian carnivore communities has far-reaching effects on terrestrial ecosystems worldwide. To better understand how carnivore communities are structured, we analysed camera trap data for 108 087 trap days across 12 countries spanning five continents. We estimate local probabilities of co-occurrence among 768 species pair...
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With less than 3200 wild tigers in 2010, the heads of 13 tiger-range countries committed to doubling the global population of wild tigers by 2022. This goal represents the highest level of ambition and commitment required to turn the tide for tigers in the wild. Yet, ensuring efficient and targeted implementation of conservation actions alongside s...
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Biodiversity loss is a major driver of ecosystem change, yet the ecological data required to detect and mitigate losses are often lacking. Recently, camera trap surveys have been suggested as a method for sampling local wildlife communities, because these observations can be collated into a global monitoring network. To demonstrate the potential of...
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Abstract Biosphere Expeditions and WWF Indonesia ran their second joint expedition with volunteers in and around Bukit Rimbang Bukit Baling Wildlife Reserve (BRBBWR), Riau Province, Sumatra, Indonesia, from 17 July to 12 August 2016. The expedition study was a follow-up of the previous study in 2015, with the tiger and its habitat as the focal po...
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Abstract For 78 days, from May to September 2015, Biosphere Expeditions and WWF Indonesia ran an inaugural expedition with volunteers in Rimbang Baling Wildlife Reserve (RB), Riau Province, Sumatra, Indonesia. The aim of the expedition was to (1) make an assessment of the status of the Sumatran tiger (Panthera tigris sumatrae), its prey and of oth...

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