Presentations

2016

Eleanor Slade (2016) Enhancing Environmental Resilience in Oil Palm Landscapes via Improved Design of Riparian Reserves. RSPO Biodiversity and High Conservation Value Working Group Meeting, 26th July 2016, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Melissa Leduning, Julia Drewer, Margaret Anderson, Ute Skiba, Justin Sentian (2016) The impact of lnaduse change from forest to oil palm on soil greenhouse gas fluxes. Conservation Asia 2016, 30th June 2016, Singapore.

Nicholas Deere (2016) Do high carbon stock areas provide habitat for biodiversity? A case study of Bornean mammals in an oil palm forest mosaic. Conservation Asia 2016, 30th June 2016, Singapore.

Simon Mitchell (2016) How effective are riparian reserves in protecting bird communities in oil palm landscapes? A case study from Eastern Sabah. Conservation Asia 2016, 30th June 2016, Singapore.

David Bennett (2016) Using DNA barcoding to investigate the stability of bat- arthropod food webs in a logged forest in Sabah, Malaysia. Conservation Asia 2016, 2nd July 2016, Singapore.

Baking, E. (2016) Assessing the conservation value of riparian reserves for terrestrial mammals in oil palm plantations and highly degraded forest. Conservation Asia 2016, 30th June 2016, Singapore.

Matt Struebig (2106) The LOMBOK consortium: Land-use Options for Maintaining BiOdiversity and eKosystem functions. Conservation Asia 2016, 30th June 2016, Singapore.

Sarah Luke (2016) Conservation of freshwaters in oil palm plantations. Conservation Asia 2016, 30th June 2016, Singapore.

Drewer, M.M. Leduning, M. Anderson, S. Owen, J. Cash, U.M. Skiba ‘The impact of land-use change from forest to oil palm on soil greenhouse gas & volatile organic compound fluxes’ at The International conference on Oil Palm and the Environment (ICOPE): Sustainable Palm Oil and Climate Change: The Way Forward Through Mitigation and Adaptation, 16-18 March 2016, Bali, Indonesia.

Rebecca Morris (2016) Biodiversity, ecosystem functioning and policy across a tropical forest modification gradient: an overview of research by the LOMBOK consortium. European Conference of Tropical Ecology, 24th February 2016, Göttingen, Germany.

2015

Matt Struebig (2015) Targeted conservation to safeguard a biodiversity hotspot from land-cover and climate change. British Ecological Society Annual Meeting, December 2015, Edinburgh, UK.

Eleanor Slade (2015) Preserving Biodiversity-Ecosystem Functioning Relationships in Human Modified Tropical Landscapes. Heart of Borneo Conference, 12th November 2015, Kota Kinablau, Sabah, Malaysia.

Matt Struebig (2015) Targeted conservation to safeguard a biodiversity hotspot from land-cover and climate change. Heart of Borneo Conference, 12th November 2015, Kota Kinablau, Sabah, Malaysia.

Julia Drewer, M.M. Leduning, J. Cash, S. Owen, U.M. Skiba, ‘Quantification of soil VOC fluxes in relation to greenhouse gas fluxes across a gradient of tropical land-use intensity in Malaysian Borneo’, oral presentation at AsiaFlux Workshop2015 and ISPRD TC WG VIII/3, Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology (IITM), Pune, India, 22 to 29 November 2015.

Justin Sentian, M.M. Leduning, J. Drewer, M. Anderson, U.M. Skiba, ‘The impact of landuse change from forest to oil palm on soil greenhouse gas fluxes’, oral presentation at AsiaFlux Workshop2015 and ISPRD TC WG VIII/3, Indian Institute of Tropical Meteorology (IITM), Pune, India, 22 to 29 November 2015.

Eleanor M. Slade, Claudia L. Gray, Arthur Y.C. Chung, Darren J. Mann (2015) Preserving Biodiversity-Ecosystem Functioning Relationships in Human Modified Tropical Landscapes: Insights from a key ecological indicator group. International Conference on Rainforest Ecology, Diversity and Conservation in Borneo, 9-10th June, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia.

2014

Slade, E.M., Gray, C.L., Mann, D.J., Chung, A.Y. & Lewis, O.T. (2014) Preserving Biodiversity-Ecosystem Functioning Relationships in Human Modified Tropical Landscapes: Insights from a key ecological indicator group. Royal Society SEARRP meeting, 8-9th October, 2014, Chichley Hall, Buckinghamshire.

Slade, E.M., Gray, C.L., Mann, D.J., Burhanuddin, M.I., Naim, M., Chung, A.Y. & Lewis, O.T. (2014) Preserving Biodiversity-Ecosystem Functioning Relationships in Oil Palm Dominated Landscapes: Insights from a key ecological indicator group. Association for Tropical Biology Annual Meeting, 20-24th July, 2014, Cairns, Australia.

Skiba, U. (2014) Comparing fluxes over rainforest and oil palm, Crops for the Future (CFF) – University of Nottingham Malaysia Campus (UNMC) Symposium & Programme Workshops from November 17 to November 21, 2014 organised by Prof Ong Chin Kooi, director Field Research Centre, CFF.

Skiba, U. and Hergoualc’h, K. (2014) A review of the greenhouse gas costs associated with conversion of forest to rubber and oil palm plantations, abstract and oral presentation, Seventh International Symposium on Non-CO2 Greenhouse Gases (NCGG7), session 6b Land-use change effects on soil emissions in the (sub)tropics, Amsterdam 4 – 7 Nov 2014.

Skiba, U. (2014) The impact of land use change from forest to oil palm on methane and nitrous oxide emissions , oral presentation. Oral presentation at the MethaneNet meeting “Methane Dynamics in the Tropics” at The Royal Society Kavli Centre, Chicheley Hall in Buckinghamshire, October 8th-9th.

Lewis, O.T. (2014) LOMBOK: Biodiversity, Ecosystem Functions and Policy Across a Tropical Forest Modification Gradient. Talk at the ‘Thirty years of the Royal Society SEARRP: current science & looking forward beyond 2015’ meeting, Chicheley Hall, 8th & 9th October 2014.

Lewis, O.T. (2014) LOMBOK: Biodiversity, Ecosystem Functions and Policy Across a Tropical Forest Modification Gradient. Talk at the Oxford Centre for Tropical Forests annual symposium, November 2016.