Posters

Parrett, J. (2108) Sexual selection increases the persistence of dung beetles after logging and modification of tropical rainforest.

Dung beetle RS meeting

 

Leduning, M. et al. (2016) The impact of landuse change from forest to oil palm on soil greenhouse gas fluxes.

ca2016-poster-melissa

 

Joseph, N., Bernard, H. & Struebig, M. (2016) The value of riparian reserves for non-volant small mammal conservation in disturbed and converted forest landscapes in Sabah, Malaysia.

ATBC-SCB poster_Nellcy

 

Baking, E. et al. (2016) Assessing the conservation value of riparian reserves for terrestrial mammals in oil palm plantations and highly degraded forest.

Lonnie_Poster for ConservationAsia2016

 

Luke, S. et al. (2016) Conservation of freshwaters in oil palm plantations.

Sarah Luke- ATBC Singapore poster

 

Drewer, J. et al. (2016) The impact of land-use change from forest to oil palm on soil greenhouse gas & volatile organic compound fluxes.

Drewer_ICOPE 2016

 

Kerdraon-Byrne, D. et al. (2015) The effects of tropical forest degradation on soil carbon.

Dee poster

 

Kemp, V. et al. (2015) How does habitat fragmentation alter resource use of apex predators?

TOR_PosterFINAL_BESfunded

 

Drinkwater, R. et al. (2015) DNA barcoding and the effects of fragmentation on tropical mammals.Rosie_iBOL poster

 

Bennett, D.R. et al (2015) Using DNA barcoding to investigate the impact of tropical forest degradation on bat-arthropod interaction networks.Dave Barcoding poster

 

Struebig, M.S. & the LOMBOK Consortium (2014). Biodiversity, ecosystems, and policy: evaluating best practices for human-modified tropical landscapes.

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