Information Update of 4th-IWS 2017

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– Tentative List of Articles Accepted by The Committee of 4th-IWS 2017

No. First Author Affiliation Country Title Sub Theme
1 A. Kalaimani Dept. of Zoology and wildlife Biology, AVC College, India Cave nesting behaviour of yellow-throated bulbul (Pycnocotus xantholaemus) at Gingee Hills, Eastern Ghats, Southern India Wildlife ecology
2 A.N. Thudugaia University of Peradeniya Sri Lanka Predicted distributn of globally threatened fishing cat Prionailurus viverrinus in Sri Lanka Wildlife ecology
3 A.M.D.B. Alahakoon University of Peradeniya Sri Lanka Use of feeding habits  to control the movement of Asian elephants (Elephas maximus)in Udawalawa nationa Parka, Srin Lanka
4 Abdul Mukti WWF Indonesia Indonesia Potential threats to the rhino’s habitat in Pocket West Kutai., East Kalimantan Wildlife ecology
5 Aditya Benyamin UI Indonesia Indonesia’s rich nature is contributing to its college student’s’ mental heatlth: the importance o nature relatedness n psychological well being
6 Agus Sudibyo Jati Kyoto University, Japan Jepang Wildlife conservation in FSC Certified logged tropical rain forests East Kalimantan Indonesia Wildlife ecology
7 Agus Sudibyo Jati Fakultas Kehutanan UGM Indonesia Traditional hunting ad bidiversity conservation in Siberut Indonesia Conservation innovation
8 Ahmad Ardiansyah ITB Indonesia Characteristics of plant food resources of Javan rhinoceros – Rhinoceros sondaicus Desmarest 1812 in Ujung Kulon National Park Wildlife ecology
9 Aida Fithri Jurusan biologi fmipa Universitas Syiah Kuala Indonesia Nectarinia juguaris singe parent male
10 Al Azhar FKH Unsyiah Indonesia Blood hematology and Chemistry profiles of Sumatran elephants at Saree Elephants training Center Health and medicine
11 Alitha Mas Juanes Andalas University Indonesia Preliminary study: Mammals survey in Rimba Corridor (Riau_Jambi and West Sumatra) Wildlife ecology
12 Annissa Nuridfi Sasmita FKH IPB Indonesia Monitoring of long tailed monkey’s habitat in Ciampea with satelite imaging Wildlife ecology
13 Annisa Wandha Sari WWF Indonesia Central Sumatra Program Indonesia Identifying endoparasit on elephant’s feces as warm control toward elephants’s flying squad Health and medicine
14 Annisa Hasanah Jurusan Geografi UI Indonesia Learning from the people of the forestry margins: Ecological restoration by the local community Wildlife ecology
15 Arba Kenanga FMIPA UI Indonesia The effect of environmental factors on travelling activities Javan slow loris (Nycticeus javanicus E. Geoffroy, 1812) at Talun Desa Cipaganti, Garut
16 Ardiantiono Ardiantiono Tambora, Indonesia Indonesia Introducing Tambora, the Indonesian young conservation resort Conservation innovation
17 Arief Rahmaningtyas IPB Indonesia The legal framework to address tenurial conflict between conservation area and local people
18 Arif Setiawan SwaraOwa Yogyakarta Primate Study Group Indonesia Caffeinated conservation:Anutlookfor the Gibborns of Java Social economic
19 Astri Zulfa Unisitas Nasional Indonesia Nutrient content in sumatran oangutan (Pongo abelii Lesson, 1827) food at Ketambe Research Station, Gunung Leuser National Park, NAD
20 Athena Syarifa Universitas Surya Bogor A year after fireL iversity and distribution of burds, herpetofauna and rimate in post-forest fire area Wildlife ecology
21 Bilal Muzzammil Salsabil Marine Sceince Faculty, Unhas Indonesia The impact of human activities n coral reef conditions in Makassar Wildlife ecology
22 Chiranjeevi Khanal IUCN SSC Hyaena Specialist Group Nepal Distribution of striped Hyaena (Hyaena hyaena) in Deukhuri Valey Nepal Wildlife ecology
23 Dedi Candra Way Kambas Natonal Park Lampung Indonesia Onstock parasites inestigation in the Way Kambas National parke health in ation: Wildlife and liv
24 Deon Wihatsu Kristiawan FKH IPB Indonesia Local people perception of monkey-human conflict in Ciampea Market
25 Dhika Ananda Pratama Institut Teknologi Bandung Population estimation and habitat analysis of makasar tarsier (Tarsius fuscus Fischer 1804) in Karaenta District, Bantimurung-Bulusaraung National Park, South Sulawesi Wildlife ecology
26 Dhwi Badiya Maulana Ikhsani Universitas Diponegoro Indonesia The potential development of mangrov product in Semarang in efforts to increaes scia empowerment busness industry economy in internainla area
27 Diyanti Isnani Siregar Habitat sustainability evaluation of Javan Surili (Presbytis Fredericae, Sody) in Wildlife Prone Aren in Gubnnung Merbabu Natonal Park, Central of Java Ecology
28 Dominikus Adhitya Prabowo Surya University Indonesia Ecotourism in a world heritage site: arboreal nocturnal mamals sightin sites in Bukit Barusakn Selantan Natinal Park Wildlife ecology
29 Dwitika Diah Pangestuti Informatics Engineering at Telkom University Indonesia Identification of the sun bear ecology in tropical monsoon climates (study case in Bandung Xoo est Java Province Indonesia Wildlife ecology
30 Elly Lestari Rustiati Jurusan Biologi FMIPA Unila Indonesia DNA isolation on captive sumatran elephant in elephant training center Way Kambas national Park: A first step toward its ID Cards Biomedicine
31 Evi Nurul Ikhsan WWF Indonesia, Papua Indonesia Whale shark conservaion vs tourism: A lesson learntfrom Kali Lemon Resort, Teluk Centdrawasih national Park, West Paua Conservation innovation
32 E.S. Fauzi FMIPA UI Indonesia Feeding positionpreference of javan slow loris (Nycticebus javanicusE. Geiffroy, 1812) at talun Cipaganti Village, Garut, West Java 08989982707
33 Fatimah Fatimah Universitas Andalas Indonesia Conserving on Endemic Mentawai Langur in Siberut Island Conservation innovation
34 Febri Anggriawan Widodo WWF Indonesia Central Sumatra Program Indonesia Trigerring conservation through multi-series of wildlife symposium: success story of international wildlife symposium in Sumatra Conservation innovation
35 Febri Anggriawan Widodo WWF Indonesia Central Sumatra Program Indonesia Tracking incidents of human-elephants conflicts for better conservation and management of elephants and habitat in Riau Conservation innovation
36 Febri Anggriawan Widodo WWF Indonesia Central Sumatra Program Indonesia Diversity and abundance of carnivores and prey species in central sumatra: Implication for conservation Conservation innovation
37 Fika Efendi Lab. kologi Hewan, Jurusan Biologi FMIPA Unic Adndalas Indonesia Activity of ppttern Malyana Porcpine (Hystrix brachyura Linnaeus 1978) Ekologi
38 Firdaus  Cahyadi National Media Policy Brief Indonesia ICT policy: Potentially Undermining the movement of Indegenous people Human pop genetic
39 Fitriah Basalamah FMIPA IPB Indonesia Preliminary result on ranging behavior o orangutan reintroduction into Jantho Sumatran oranutan Reintroduction Station – Aceh Province Wildlife ecology
40 Hana Putra  Wicesa Faculty of Biology, UGM Indonesia Javan orrent frog (Huia masonil) in Raden Soerjo Greater Forest Park, New records for East Java
41 Hasan Akhyar Mechanical Engineering Syiah Kuala University Simple observation ogetation on jungle track of the Goh Cumoh, Pulo Aceh, Indonesia Wildlife ecology
42 Hery Suhartoyo Forestry Department, University of Bengkulu Indonesia Unib: A safe home for sumatran turtles: An innovative ex-situ conservation model in Bengkulu, Indonesia Conservation innovation
43 Ike Nurjuita Nayasiliana MIPA UI Sumatran orangutans ranging influenced of food trees distribution in Ketambe Research Statin, Gunung Leuser Nations lPak, Southesat Aceh Wildlife ecology
44 Iksan Al Ghozi Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta Indonesia The differences environmental effect to anura (Bufo melanosticus) behavior Wildlife ecology
45 Irvan  Prasetio Dept of Biology,Andalas University Indonesia Diversity of mammals in Cubadak Island as a potential ecotourism in west sumatra Wildlife ecology
46 Ilham  Fonna Jurusan Biologi FMIPA Unsyiah Indonesia Nesting behavior o Sumatran orangutan (Pongo abelii) reintroduction n orang utan reintroducion station of Jantho, Aceh Besar District, Aceh Ecology
47 Imam Taufiqurrahman Yayasan Kutilang Indonesia, Yogyakarta Indonesia Rapid assesment of bird diversity in Southern Siberut, Mentawai Islands Wildlife ecology
48 Irhamna Putri Rachmawaty University of Bristol Indonesia  / UK A comparison of morbidity and mortality in two groups of captive columbiformes with and without routine health examinations as part of preventative  medicine protocols Wildlife ecology
49 Irhamna Putri Rachmawaty University of Bristol Indonesia  / UK A restrospective study of morbidity in captive columbiformes housed in Bristol Zoo Garden and Wild Place Project, United kingdom from 2000-2017 Wildlife ecology
50 Juraij Juraij WWF Indonesia Indonesia Dugong and Segras Alor Wildlife ecology
51 Jois Moriani Jacob Poltek Pertanian Negeri Kupang Indonesia Prey availability and sea mammals stranding event in NTT: A review
52 Kurnia Latifiana Faculty of Geography, UGM Indonesia Remote sensing and GIS for spatial habitat modelling of freshwater turtle in Rote Island, Indonesia
53 Lutfi Rahmaningtyas Bogor Agricultural university Indonesia Potential birdwatching tour analysis in Bohor Agricultural University as a strategy to decrease depression anxiety and stress
54 Mahardika Rizqi Himawan IPB Indonesia Sex and size composition of whale shark and their sigthing behavior in West Sumatra, East Kalimantan, Central Sulawesi, East Java and Gorontalo Wildlife ecology
55 Mahmud  R WWF Indonesia, Jakarta A Species interaction factor (SIF) of Javan rhino (Rhinoceros sondaicus) and Banteng (Bos javanicus) variation through space in Ujung Kuloon National park Wildlife ecology
56 Maria Aega Gelolodo FKH Univ. Nusa Cendana Kupang Indonesia Shell deformity in captive rote island snake-necked turtle (Chelodina mccordi): A review f potential risk factors Wildlife ecology
57 Milade Annisa Muflihaini Universitas Negeri Yogyakarta Indonesia D’turtle (Dakon Penyu) as conservation innovation for kids
58 Misdi Abdullah S2 Unas, Jakarta Indonesia The potential of primate food plants as edicine in Ketambe, Southeast Aceh
59 Mochammad Indrawan UI Indonesia Mainstreaming biodiversity in a mega diversity country
60 Mona  Ervita Indonesia University Indonesia Criminal law policy about crime of censervation of protected animals in Indonesia Policy and governance
61 Muhammad Abdillah FKH Univ. Brawijaya Malang, Indonesia Prevention of Javan Langur skin disease by identification of UV radiation marker based on MCIR gene Biomedicine
62 Muhammad Azwar Nasution Universitas Andalas Baby mangrove for Indonesia: The preservation of mangrove forest as a filter the entry of the sea and habitat for a variey of wildlife Bioekologi
63 Muhammad N. Janra Biology Department at Andalas University Padang Indonesia Avifaunistic importance of Panjang Island in West Pasaman Regency, West Sumatra Province Wildlife ecology
64 Muhammad Azhari Akbar Biology Dept, FMIPA Andalas University Indonesia Daily activities and dietary of silvery lutung (Trachypithecus sristatus) in Gunung Padang, Padang, West Sumatra Wildlife ecology
65 Muhammad Akbar Biology Dept, FMIPA Andalas University Indonesia Activity of pattern o King Cobra (Ophiophagus hannah Cantor, 1836) in PT Surya Sawit Sejati, Central Kalimantan
66 Muhammad Iqbal Riau Ecosystem Restoration Indonesia Transect modification using imainay paralel lines to increase detection in rough terrain
67 Nathanya Rizkiani Faculty of Veterinary Medicine Brawijaya University Indonesia The genetic relationship of Borneo orangutan Pongo Pygmeus Ibased on mithocondrial DNA loo (Displacement loop) sequences Conservation innovation
68 Neva Melinda Maulanasari Dept. of Pharmacy, Fac. Of Health Science, Univ. Muhammadiah Malan Indonesia In silico toxicity study class o antibiotics and their interaction with receptors Health and medicine
69 Novia Liza Rahmawaty Bagian Biologi FMIPA Univ. Andalas Problematic song bird white-rumped Shama Copsycus malabaricus as a cage birds based on its song character
70 Nanda Indah Dian Lestari Biology Dept, FMIPA Riau University Indonesia Keanekaragaman kupu-kupu (Subordo rhopalocera) di Kawasan Laguna Bintan, Lagoli, Kabupaten Bintan, Kepulauan Riau
71 Nur Zakiyyah Elsalam UI Indonesia Impact of environmental factors on home range of Java slow loris (Nycticebus javanicus) at Talun Cipaganti Village, Garut, West Java
72 Prayitno Gunarto Riau Ecosystem Restoration Indonesia Birds of the Kampar Peninsula Wildlife ecology
73 Priyambodo Priyambodo Jurusan Biologi FMIPA Unila Comparative cytogenetic study on male and female captive sumatran elephant traininin elephnat training center way kambat National Partk
74 Rozza Saputri  Zulty Universitas Indonesia Indonesia Infant pattern activity in respond to paternal care in captive family of slow loris (Nycticebus coucang) Conservation innovation
75 Luthfiralda  Sjahfirdi Universitas Indonesia Indonesia Infant pattern activity in respond to paternal care in captive family of slow loris (Nycticebus coucang) Conservation innovation
76 Lisa Nurfalah Universitas Indonesia Indonesia Infant pattern activity in respond to paternal care in captive family of slow loris (Nycticebus coucang) Conservation innovation
77 Balqis Arche Nofinska Universitas Indonesia Indonesia Infant pattern activity in respond to paternal care in captive family of slow loris (Nycticebus coucang) Conservation innovation
78 Rafselia Novalina WWF Indonesia Indonesia Promoting more effective human-tier conflict mitigation and tiger recovery throuh database development Conservation innovation
79 Raut  R Institute of Agriculture and Animal Science, Rampur, Chitwan, Nepal Nepal Nepal, tiger conservation campaign and global TX2 goal Conservation innovation
80 Salmah Widyastuti Faculty of Biology, UGM Indonesia Preliminary study of Javan gibbon Hylobates moloch Audebeert, 1798) population in Tlogohendro Forest, Dieng Highland
81 Sandia Hanif Egerton University Kenya Threatened wild morels and montain livelihoods in Northwest Pakistan Wildlife ecology
82 Sarika Baidya NATURE MATES – NATURE CLUB India Rovenia spectabilis Lindl: New host plant of two Papilio species, Papilio polytes and Papilio demoleus Linn (Lepidoptera, Papilionidae) Conservation innovation
83 Sheyka N. Fadein Dugong and Seagrass Conservation Project Indonesia Indonesia Dugong and Seagrass conservation project Indonesia: Indonesia-based global initiative to improve the conservation status of dugongs and seagrass Conservation innovation
84 Sidiq Purwanto Riau Ecosystem Restoration Indonesia Baseline data on fishermen and fish caugt on the Serkap River Kampar Peninsula, Riau Wildlife ecology
85 Silvi Dwi Anasari Universitas Indonesia Indonesia What is improved? The role of conservation education in Mutn Fdede Pangrango national Park, West jsvs Indonesia Conservation innovation
86 Solfarina Solfarina Rimba Satwa Foundation, Sumatra, Indonesia Indonesia Replatonting elephant habitat with food crops in the Balairaja Landscape Riau Sumatera Indonesia Wildlife ecology
87 Sungkar RM Indonesian Ecotourism Network Indonesia Implementing Ecotourism as sustainable livelihood in Imbang Baling Landsape, Riau
88 Tengku Lidra Biology, Universitas Andalas Habitat use of Tapirus indicus Desmarest 1819 n saptialin conservation forest area PT Tidar Kenrinci Augung Ecology
89 Udayan  Borthakur Aarayank 12, Kanaklata Parth in Bir Lachit Path Ajanta Part, Survey Beltola, Guwahati Genetic and field sampling techniques in monitoring of the Royal Bengal tiger in low density population protected aeas off North East India Biomedicine
90 Voon-Ching Lim Institute of Biological Science, Univ. of Malaya Fruits for thought: Do fruit bats matter and how to engage people in conservation of bats? Bioekologi
91 Wahyu Lazuardi Dartography and Remote Sensing Program, Dept of Geograhic information science, Faculy of Geography, UGM Indonesia Coral health assesment using woldview-3 satellie imagery in Pahawang Island Lampung, Indonesia Health and medicine
92 Wishnu Sukmantoro WWF Indonesia Indonesia Study of elephants flying squad in 2012 for human elephant conflict mitigation in ubuk Kembang bynga Vllage and its vicinity Wildlife ecology
93 Yob Charles WWF Indonesia Human elephant conflict analysis base on develop mitigation strategy in Pemerihan Resort Bukit Barisan Selatan National Park Ecology
94 Yogi satriyo Wibowo Biology departments, mathematic and science faculty, Riau university Indonesia Population of siamang (Symphallangus syndactylus) in Tapi River, Bukit Rimbang Buit Baling Wildlife Reserve Wildlife ecology
95 Zulamri Zulamri Jurusan Biologi FMIPA University of Riau Home range of siamang (Symphalaguns sndactyulus) in Bukit Rimbang, Bukit Baling Wildlife atireReserve Wildlife ecology