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2014

Ben Buckley And Unyil 2 - Sabangau Forest - Credit Unkown - 2011Ranging behaviour of male orang-utans in an unfragmented Bornean habitat and implications for mating-system mechanics.  Ben Buckley, University of Cambridge, UK, PhD

A field study on communication in wild Pongo pygmaeus wurmbii mother-offspring dyads.  Joey Markx, HAS University Den Bosch, The Netherlands, BSc

Sciuridae density and impacts of forest disturbance in the Sabangau Tropical Peat-Swamp Forest, Central Kalimantan, Indonesia. Charlotte Schep, University College London, UK, MRes

Changes in forest structure and tree species composition after logging in tropical peat-swamp forest in Central Kalimantan, Indonesia.  Katrina Schofield, University of Aberdeen, UK, BSc

The impact of disturbance on carrion- and fruit- feeding butterflies, in tropical peat-swamp forest, Indonesian Borneo.  Connie Tremlett, University of Leeds, UK, MRes

 

2013

Kupu kupu 25 - Sabangau - Andrew Walmsley - 2012Disturbance effects on carbon content and tree species traits in tropical peat swamp forest in Central Kalimantan, Indonesian Borneo.  Liz Campbell, Dalhousie University, Canada, BSc

Establishing the impact of forest disturbance on non-tree flora in Bornean peat-swamps.  Natalia Chetina, University of Oxford, UK, BA

The Influence of Tropical Peat-Swamp Forest Edge Effects on Fruit Feeding Butterflies in the Sabangau Forest, Kalimantan.  Robert Durgut, University of Plymouth, UK, BSc

Floral Composition and Regeneration in the Sabangau Peat Swamp Forest.  Erik T. Frank, Julius-Maximilians-Universitat, Germany, BSc

Intra- and Inter-Group Communication in the Southern-Bornean Gibbon (Hylobates albibarbis) in the National Laboratory for Peat-Swamp Forest, Sabangau Catchment, Indonesia.  Rob O’Hagan, Oxford Brookes University, UK, MSc

Ant community composition in relation to forest disturbance in a Bornean tropical peat swamp forest.  Stijn Schreven, Wageningen University, Netherlands, MSc

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2012

Assessing the Role of Seed Dispersal in Peat Swamp Forest Regeneration.  Cassie Freund, Columbia University, USA, MSc

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2011

Unknown gibbon calling - Sabangau Forest - Erik - 2012Assessing Frugivore Guilds in a Peat-swamp Forest, Indonesian, Borneo.  Victoria Hatton, Oxford Brookes University, UK, MSc

An assessment of primate health in the Sabangau peat-swamp forest, Central Kalimantan, Indonesian Borneo.  Harry Hilser, Oxford Brookes University, UK, MSc

An estimation of anuran species richness and abundance in the Sabangau peat-swamp forest, Indonesian Borneo.  Joanna Klys, University of Roehampton, UK, BSc

Variations in butterfly diversity in relation to habitat type and disturbance in the Bawan Forest, Central Kalimantan, Indonesia.  Sarah Nolan, University of Nottingham Trent, UK, BSc

Moths as potential indicators of habitat quality in tropical peat-swamp forest.  Hanneke van Veghel, University of Applied Science, The Netherlands, BSc

Note-, phase- and song-specific acoustic variables contributing to the individuality of male duet song in the Bornean southern gibbon (Hylobates albibarbis).   Klara Wanelik, University of Oxford, UK, BSc

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2010

[Frog 4] - Camp - Jess S - 2010Acoustic characteristics of long calls produced by male orang-utans advertise individual identity, context and subsequent direction of travel.  James Askew, University of Exeter, UK, MSc

Using the ecosystem service value of habitat areas for wildlife conservation: Implications of carbon-rich peat-swamp forests for the Bornean orang-utan, Pongo pygmaeus.  Megan Cattau, Duke University, USA, MSc

Vocalizations and pair bonding behaviours in southern Bornean gibbons (Hylobates albibarbis) in Sabangau Forest, Central Kalimantan, Indonesia.  Grace Enlow, Central Washington University, USA, MSc

Orangutan Population Survey of Bawan, Central Kalimantan, Borneo, using Rapid Assessment Nest Survey Methods.  Kirsty Smith, University of Glasgow, UK, BSc

Amphibian diversity in Bornean forests: A comparison of habitats using different sampling methods and richness estimators.  Emily Waddell, University of Glasgow, UK, BSc

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2009

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Orang-utan feeding behaviour in Sabangau, Central Kalimantan.   Mark E. Harrison, University of Cambridge, UK, PhD

Orang-utan Nesting Parameters, and Transect Methodology in a Tropical Peat Swamp Forest, Central Kalimantan, Indonesia.   Simon Hughes, Oxford Brookes University, UK, BSc

Play behaviour and activity budgets of non-adult, wild southern-Bornean gibbons (Hylobates albibarbis), in the National Laboratory for Peat-Swamp Forest, Sabangau Catchment, Indonesia.  Kate Moise, Oxford Brookes University, UK, MSc

Orang-utan behavioural ecology in the Sabangau peat-swamp forest, Borneo.  Helen Morrogh-Bernard, University of Cambridge, UK, PhD

Gibbon sleeping tree selection and preferences. Jon Rinear, Central Washington University, USA, MSc

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2008

Orangutan-TP-full-007Vegetation correlates of gibbon density in Sebangau National Park, Central Kalimantan.  Marie Hamard, Oxford Brookes University, UK, MSc

Does soil fertility influence the vegetation diversity of a tropical peat swamp forest in Central Kalimantan, Indonesia?  Leanne Milner, University of Leicester, UK, BSc

Preliminary assessment of seed dispersal by two ape species in the Sabangau, Indonesian Borneo.  Alice Mumford, University of Oxford, UK, BSc

Gibbon sleeping-tree selection and preferences. Tomas Peel, Bournemouth University, UK, BSc

Nesting Preferences of the Bornean Orang-utan Pongo pygmaeus wurmbii in a Disturbed Tropical Peat Swamp Forest, Sabangau National Park, Kalimantan, Southern Borneo, Indonesia.  Dominic Rowland, Unviersity of Oxford, UK, BSc

Butterfly diversity in forest-edge habitat. Alex Whiscombe, Bournemouth University, UK, BSc

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2007

Claire T - Sabangau Forest - Credit Unknown - 2005Locomotor behaviour of wild orang-utans (Pongo pygmaeus wurmbii) in disturbed peat swamp forest, Sabangau, Central Kalimantan, Indonesia.  Kirsten Manduell, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK, MSc

Nesting Sounds in Wild Bornean Orang-Utans (Pongo pygmaeus): Cultural and Functional Aspects.  Marietta Paul, University of Zurich, Switzerland, MSc

Selection of tree species for cambium consumption by the Bornean orangutan (Pongo pygmaeus wurmbii).  Michael Rothwell, University of Cambridge, UK, BA

Gibbon locomotion in disturbed peat-swamp forest, Sebangau, Central Kalimantan.  Claire Thompson, University of Cambridge, UK,  MSc

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2006

Gibbon (58) - Andrew Walmsley - 2012Intra-specific variation in Bornean agile gibbon (Hylobates agilis albibarbis) vocalisation.  Anthony Lusher, University of Roehampton, UK, MSc

Differences in orang-utan density between different habitat types. Jo Melluish, University of Cambridge, UK, BA

Using morning duets to survey a population of Hylobates agilis albibarbis in the Sebangau National Park: results compared to those found during an initial survey by Buckley (2004).  Abigail Phillips, Sussex University, UK, BSc

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2005

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Pilot survey of nocturnal primates, Tarsius bancanus borneanus (Western tarsier) and Nycticebus coucang menagensis (Slow loris) in peat swamp forest, Central Kalimantan, Indonesia.  Grace Blackham, Oxford Brookes University, UK, MSc

Diurnal primate distribution and density in the Sabangau National Park, Central Kalimantan, Indonesia.  Marcela Ley-Vela, Roehampton University, UK, MRes

Edge Effect on Artificial Nest Predation in a Tropical Peat Swamp Forest.  Anna Lucas, University of Plymouth, UK, BSc

Population density survey of primate species in unprotected primary peat-swamp forest: Sabangau catchment area, Central Kalimantan.  Alice Teixeira, Anglia Polytechnic University, UK, BSc

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2004

Orangutan-Sabangau-full res-136Habitat diversification of Nymphalidae butterflies in peat swamp forest.  Katie Brady, University of Southampton, UK, BSc

Survey of Hylobates agilis albibarbis in Unprotected Primary Peat Swamp Forest: Sebangau Catchment Area, Central Kalimantan.  Cara Buckley, Oxford Brookes University, UK, MSc

Orangutan nesting preferences in a disturbed tropical deep-peat swamp forest, Central Kalimantan, Indonesia.  Andrea Gibson, University of East Anglia, UK, MSc

A study of secondary seed predation and dispersal in Bornean Peat Swamp Forest, Central Kalimantan, Indonesia.  Laura Graham, University of Cambridge, UK, BA

A Critical Study of Orangutan Population Viability Analyses.  Martin Muir, University of Glasgow, UK, BSc

To investigate the presence of dialect in the great call of the Bornean agile gibbon (Hylobates agilis). Hugh Sturock and Anna Lewis, Edinburgh University, UK, BSc

Agile Gibbons (Hylobates agilis albibarbis): Vocalisations as an Indicator of geographical isolation.  Claire Thompson, Anglia Polytechnic University, UK, BSc

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2003

The importance of non-timber forest products to livelihoods and conservation in the Sebangau Catchment, Central Kalimantan, Indonesia.  Anna Lyons, University of East Anglia, UK, BSc

How does the beetle (Coleoptera) fauna change at the edge of a mixed peat swamp forest in Borneo? Jon Sydney, University of East Anglia, UK, BSc

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2002

Railway into the forest - Sabangau - Andrew Walmsley - 2012Analysis of the levels of damage and regeneration caused by logging railways in tropical peat swamp forest.  Tristram Allinson, University of East Anglia, UK, BSc

Effects of the construction of logging skids on forest structure, diversity and regeneration.  Nick Dyer, University of Nottingham, UK, BSc

Investigation into the Human Communities of the Sebangau Peat Swamp Forests, Central Kalimantan, Indonesia: Demography, Attitudes and Impacts.  Victoria Smith, Oxford Brookes University, UK, MSc

Effects of the construction of logging canals on forest structure, diversity and regeneration.  Anna Swift, University of Aberdeen, UK, BSc

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2001

AWalmsley-OUTROP-wildlife-024Impacts of Illegal Logging Extraction Methods upon the Sebangau Peat Swamp Forest Ecosystem in Central Kalimantan, Indonesia.  Nick Baker, University of Nottingham, UK, BSc

Bornean Orang utan (Pongo pygmaeus) Habitat Associations in Relation to Forest Structure and Disturbance.  Andrew Hearn, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK, MSc

Spatial distribution of fruit abundance and diversity, at the height of the dry season relative to the to the river and the potential link with the orangutan (Pongo pygmeaus) distribution.  Michelle Nesbitt, University of Leeds, UK, BSc

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2000

Assessment of the effects of the 1997/1998 forest fires and anthropogenic deforestation on the vegetation and Coleoptera found within the tropical peat swamp forest habitat of Central Kalimantan Indonesia.  Laura D’Arcy, Manchester Metropolitan University, UK, MSc

Changes in orangutan density and distribution 1999-2000 in the Sebangau catchment. Rebecca Driscoll, University of Nottingham, UK, MSc

Habitat factors affecting orangutan density. Nick Fear, University of Leicester, UK, MSc

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1999

Orang-utans density in the Sebangau.  Claire Lardy, University of Nottingham, UK, MSc

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