Rustam Rustam

Rustam Rustam
Universitas Mulawarman · Faculty of Forestry

Ph.D Candidate at the University of Tokyo

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The avifauna of tropical peat swamp forests in East Kalimantan has not been well documented because of the smallest peat area compared to central Kalimantan. The surveys were conducted using various methods in the Muara Siran peat swamp forests and surrounding areas of Lake Siran (heath forest and riparian) in East Kalimantan, Indonesia. These find...
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Tujuan penelitian untuk melihat keanekaragaman jenis burung didalam kawasan PT GGA yang telah ditetapkan sebagai areal dengan nilai konservasi tinggi. Kurang dari 100 jenis burung diamati dan diidentifikasi dengan kombinasi metode yaitu dengan cara pengamatan, mendengarkan suara, jala kabut dan perangkap kamera. Setiap burung yang terdeteksi diiden...
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PT Pupuk Kaltim memiliki area lahan hutan dengan luas ± 21 Ha yang lokasinya di depan pabrik Kaltim 5, dimana sebagian areanya berupa ekosistem mangrove. Lahan ini merupakan area industri PT Pupuk Kaltim dan sesuai dengan RTRW kota Bontang termasuk dalam kawasan industri. Di area tersebut terdapat ekosistem mangrove dan ekosistem rawa yang berfungs...
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The aimed of this research is to know of mammals composition in dipterocarpa lowland forest, Batu Berok Protection Forest (BBPF), Long Pahangai, East Kalimantan. Combination method was done in this research, there is camera trapping survey, captured, direct and un-direct inventory by line transects and interview with local people. I have used 10 se...
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From 1912 to 1914, Henry Cushier Raven collected mammals and birds for the Smithsonian in what is now the province of East Kalimantan in Indonesia. In 2016, we retraced Raven's steps to see which species still occur. Our data indicate declines in diversity and abundance of mammals and birds, with especially areas around cities and riverine forest a...
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From 1912 to 1914, Henry Cushier Raven collected mammals and birds for the Smithsonian in what is now the province of East Kalimantan in Indonesia. In 2016, we retraced Raven's steps to see which species still occur. Our data indicate declines in diversity and abundance of mammals and birds, with especially areas around cities and riverine forest a...
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The bay cat Catopuma badia is a small cat endemic to the tropical forests of Borneo. One of only seven cats to be listed as Endangered by The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species, the bay cat is seldom seen, rarely photographed and is widely held to be one of the least known of the world’s wild cats. Consequently its distribution is known only poorl...
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Collared mongoose Herpestes semitorquatus is known to inhabit Borneo, Sumatra and possibly the Philippines. It occurs widely in Borneo, possibly with the exception of South Kalimantan. It is very likely to occur in Brunei, although no explicit records have been traced. The pelage is typically brown or reddish-brown, with a few strongly reddish-oran...
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The binturong Arctictis binturong is a medium-sized carnivore in the civet family Viverridae with a wide geographic distribution in South-east Asia and adjacent parts of South Asia and China. Habitat loss and hunting have led to its classi cation as Vulnerable by The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. The binturong is thought to be forest depende...
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Little is known about the ecology of the rare marbled cat Pardofelis marmorata on Borneo. In addition, the little information that is available on the species often comes from incidental sightings. Here we use the MaxEnt algorithm to produce a habitat suitability map for this species based on a compilation of existing data. We collected 105 marbled...
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Responses of biodiversity to changes in both land cover and climate are recognized [ 1 ] but still poorly understood [ 2 ]. This poses significant challenges for spatial planning as species could shift, contract, expand, or maintain their range inside or outside protected areas [ 2–4 ]. We examine this problem in Borneo, a global biodiversity hotsp...
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Advancement in ecological methods predicting species distributions is a crucial precondition for deriving sound management actions. Maximum entropy (MaxEnt) models are a popular tool to predict species distributions, as they are considered able to cope well with sparse, irregularly sampled data and minor location errors. Although a fundamental assu...
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To examine the impact of human disturbance on mammalian community in a human-disturbed tropical landscape in Borneo, we conducted a baited camera trapping study in East Kalimantan, Indonesia, from 2005 to 2010. Along a gradient of habitat degradation, we established four camera trapping sites within a 20-km radius, one in Sungai Wain Protection For...
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Bukit Soeharto Research and Education Forest (BREF), the University of Mulawarman is a part of Great forest-Park (GFP) declared by Minister of Forestry - SK.Menhut No.160/MENHUT-II/2004 as large as 20.271 Ha. Identification of its specific species potency would be used as an important consideration to develop management block planning. Land cover t...
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The distributions, basic ecology and conservation status of bats in Indonesian Borneo is not well documented. Few surveys have been conducted and most are limited to using mist nets. We report the presence of 12 bat species recorded during a harp-trap training workshop in Sungai Wain Protection Forest near Balikpapan, East Kalimantan. Most of these...

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The bornean bay cat and flat-headed cat are both listed as Endangered on the IUCN Red List, whereas the marbled cat is listed as Vulnerable to extinction. The Sungai Wain Protection Forest contains freshwater swamp habitat in the south where a recent direct observation was made of the flat-headed cat [June 2015]. Towards the interior and north of the reserve lowland Dipterocarp forest dominates. Here previous camera trap pictures have been obtained of the bay cat, marbled cat, clouded leopard and the leopard cat. Currently, Sungai Wain is the only reserve known where all 5 Bornean cat species occur sympatrically in Indonesian Borneo.