Reports and Publications

All reports and publication during previous field work can be read here :

1. Conservation of endangered primates, in Central Java, Indonesia

2. Population status and Conservation of Javan gibbon (Hylobates moloch) in Central Java, Indonesia-presented at ATBC-Bali 2010

3.Javan Surili : A Survey Population and Distribution in Mt. Slamet Central Java, Indonesia

4.Population density and distribution of Javan gibbon (Hylobates
moloch) in Central Java, Indonesia

5.2013_progress report_1_coffee and primates conservation project, central Java, Indonesia

6.2013_progress report_2_Coffee and Primate Conservation

7.2014_ Progress report #1_Coffee and Primate Conservation Project

8.2014_Final report _Coffee and Primate Conservation Project

9.abstract_setiawan_a cup of java for gibbon _IPS Vietnam 2014

10.abstract_Aryanti_Behavior of usage home range by Javan Gibbon (Hylobates_Asian primate Symposium 2014

11.abstract_Annisa _Local people and the silvery Javan gibbon (Hylobates moloch)_presented at asian primate symposium 2014

12.Thesis_Nirmala A Aryanti_2014_PERILAKU OWA JAWA(Hylobates moloch)DALAM MENGGUNAKAN DAERAH JELAJAH DI HUTAN SOKOKEMBANG PEKALONGAN

13.Skripsi Nur Aoliya_2015_VARIASI GREAT CALL OWA JAWA (Hylobates moloch) DI HUTAN SOKOKEMBANG PEKALONGAN

14. Skripsi Fikri A.H. Siregar_2015_HUBUNGAN ANTARA AKTIVITAS MANUSIA TERHADAP DISTRIBUSI KUKANG JAWA( Nycticebus javanicus) PADA FRAGMEN HUTAN DI TEMANGGUNG

15. Progress report “Coffee and Primate Conservation Project  (January-July 2015)

16. Final report “Coffee and Primate Conservation Project 2015”

17. Abstract presented at ATBC-SCB Conservation Asia, Singapore 29 June-2 July 2016 ” What does Coffee have to do with Gibbons”

18. Abstract presented at IPS congress,Chicago 21-26 August 2016 ” Caffeinated Conservation : an Outlook for Gibbon of Java”

19. Skripsi (abstract), Salmah Widyastuti_2016_ Population Density and Distribution of Javan Gibbon (Hylobates moloch) in Tlogohendro Forest, Petungkriyono, Pekalongan

20. Progress report : Coffee and Primate Conservation Project (January -May 2016)

21. Progress report : Coffee and Primate Conservation Project (May-August 2016)

22. Final report : Coffee and Primate Conservation Project 2016

23. Abstract Skripsi S1 Kurnia Ahamadin  Diversitas Mikrohabitat Tepus Dada-putih (Stachyris grammiceps) di Hutan Petungkriyono Kecamatan Petungkriyono Kabupaten Pekalongan Jawa Tengah.

24. Progress report #1 2017

25. Progress report #2 2017

26. Final report  2017 Coffee and Primate Conservation Project

27. Final report 2017 Mentawai Dwarf Gibbon Conservation Project

28. IMAM TAUFIQURRAHMAN, ISMAEL SAUMANUK & ARIF SETIAWAN, (2018) First breeding record of Mentawai Scops Owl Otus mentawi, with notes on the morphology and vocalisations of juveniles. BirdingASIA 29 (2018): 31–32

29. IMAM TAUFIQURRAHMAN, ISMAEL SAUMANUK & ARIF SETIAWAN (2018) Pectoral Sandpiper calidris melanotos on Siberut, Mentawai Islands, The First Record for Sumatra, Indonesia. Stilt 72 (2018): 49-50 

30. BOSCO PUI LOK CHAN & ARIF SETIAWAN (2019) New record of the Critically Endangered Javan Blue-banded Kingfisher Alcedo euryzona in Central Java, Indonesia, Birding Asia 31 (2019): 24-27

31. 2018 Final Report Coffee and Primate Conservation Project

32. 2019 Final Report Coffee and Primate Conservation Project

33. 2019 Final Report Gibbon Watching, sustainable economy, and conservation Initiative in Mentawai Island.

34. White-fronted Langur Presbytis frontata at Bukit Santuai, Kalimantan Tengah, Indonesia

35. Primate sightings in Sangkulirang-Mangkalihat Karst, East Kalimantan, Indonesia

36.Widyastuti, S., Perwitasari-Farajallah, D., Prasetyo, L.B., Iskandar, E. and Setiawan, A., Maxent modelling of habitat suitability for the endangered javan gibbon (Hylobates moloch) in less-protected Dieng Mountains, Central Java.

37. SETIAWAN, ARIF, CHRISTIAN SIMANJUNTAK, ISMAEL SAUMANUK, DAMIANUS TATEBURUK, YOAN DINATA, DARMAWAN LISWANTO, and ANJAR RAFIASTANTO. “Distribution survey of Kloss’s Gibbons (Hylobates klosii) in Mentawai Islands, Indonesia.” Biodiversitas Journal of Biological Diversity 21, no. 5 (2020).

 

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