This is where I discuss projects related to my interest and study and work.
Spatial prioritisation for High Conservation Values and High Carbon Stocks in a Human-Modified Tropical Landscape in Borneo
This project encapsulates recent studies in Borneo on Human Modified Tropical Landscape (HTML) and the implementation of Systematic Conservation Planning (SCP) (either methods or approaches used at global, national, local and or Management Units (MU). It is expected SCP can identify potential conservation areas as the basis of delineating potential new set aside areas at HTML in Borneo. This MSc dissertation project at DICE will use spatial decision-support tools (i.e. Marxan and Zonation) and environmental features such as carbon, species, habitat, and ecosystem services, which could assess the effectiveness of High Conservation Value (HCV) and High Carbon Stock (HCS) toolkits to prioritise land of biodiversity importance. The result of dissertation could help local stakeholders or decision-makers to design better land use management in Borneo despite data limitation on socio-cultural impacts.
I am currently young fellow and contributing author on Chapter 1 (Introduction of the IPBES Asia Pacific Regional Assessment as a new UN platform for scientists and policy makers). For IPBES report, I am doing research, review and provide text, table or data on a wide range of subjects specifically policy and biodiversity in the Asia Pacific. This AP IPBES report is part of global research project which provide policy relevant knowledge on biodiversity and ecosystem services to inform decision making in global governance. The fellowship I am doing is being mentored by Dr. Sonali Senaratna Sellamuttu from IWMI – Laos (CLA Chapter 1, Report Co-Chair Asia Pacific Assessment).
Check highlights of six IPBES message ‘primers’ on biodiversity, ecosystem services, and land degradation https://www.ipbes.net/ipbes-6-primers
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