Anggriawan Febri's scientific contributions

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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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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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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 conservation of large carnivore populations across rapidly changing landscapes requires current and detailed information at multiple scales; yet, financial and personnel resources to gather this fundamental information are often very limited [45,73]. Among the carnivores in our study, tigers have generally attracted the strongest global research attention; consequently, this has meant more data has been available for them [74,75]. ...
... We did not use any lures or baits to attract animals, and used several different passive infrared camera-trap models across study areas, including: Bushnell 1 Natureview and Trophycam models, and Reconyx 1 HC600 and PC800 models. All data were managed via spreadsheets and compiled into a singular standardized database [22,27]. ...
... Dholes were detected in more forested areas than otherwise, which was consistent with some preliminary findings for the same region [58]. However, we found that proximity to the forest edge received only weak inverse support (i.e., negative β) because the 95% CI overlapped with zero; this suggested that dhole occurrence was not significantly associated with forest cores more than forest edges. ...