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Fecal parasite risk in the endangered proboscis monkey is higher in an anthropogenically managed forest environment compared to a riparian rain forest in Sabah, Borneo

Conceptualization: Annette Klaus, Christina Strube, Ute Radespiel, Benoit Goossens, Elke Data curation: Annette Klaus, Christina Strube, Kathrin Monika RoÈper, Elke Zimmermann. Formal analysis: Annette Klaus ... : Annette Klaus, Christina Strube, Ute Radespiel, Frank Schaarschmidt, Elke Project administration: Christina Strube, Senthilvel Nathan, Benoit Goossens, Elke Resources: Christina Strube, Elke Zimmermann

Riparian vegetation structure and the hunting behavior of adult estuarine crocodiles

Goossens. Data curation: Luke J. Evans, Gregory P. Asner. Formal analysis: Luke J. Evans, Andrew B. Davies, Gregory P. Asner. Funding acquisition: Luke J. Evans, Benoit Goossens, Gregory P. Asner ... . Investigation: Luke J. Evans, Gregory P. Asner. Methodology: Luke J. Evans, Andrew B. Davies, Gregory P. Asner. Project administration: Benoit Goossens, Gregory P. Asner. Resources: Benoit Goossens, Gregory P

Evaluating methods for estimating home ranges using GPS collars: A comparison using proboscis monkeys (Nasalis larvatus)

The development of GPS tags for tracking wildlife has revolutionised the study of home ranges, habitat use and behaviour. Concomitantly, there have been rapid developments in methods for estimating habitat use from GPS data. In combination, these changes can cause challenges in choosing the best methods for estimating home ranges. In primatology, this issue has received little...

First known satellite collaring of a viverrid species: preliminary performance and implications of GPS tracking Malay civets (Viverra tangalunga)

The application of advanced technologies to the study of little-known species is a necessary step in generating effective conservation strategies. Despite the biological importance of the small carnivore guild, a paucity of data exists in terms of the spatial ecology of these species, largely due to logistical constraints of large and bulky collar units. This study reports the...

Identifying Where REDD+ Financially Out-Competes Oil Palm in Floodplain Landscapes Using a Fine-Scale Approach

Reducing Emissions from Deforestation and forest Degradation (REDD+) aims to avoid forest conversion to alternative land-uses through financial incentives. Oil-palm has high opportunity costs, which according to current literature questions the financial competitiveness of REDD+ in tropical lowlands. To understand this more, we undertook regional fine-scale and coarse-scale...

Synergies for Improving Oil Palm Production and Forest Conservation in Floodplain Landscapes

Lowland tropical forests are increasingly threatened with conversion to oil palm as global demand and high profit drives crop expansion throughout the world’s tropical regions. Yet, landscapes are not homogeneous and regional constraints dictate land suitability for this crop. We conducted a regional study to investigate spatial and economic components of forest conversion to oil...

Quantity and Configuration of Available Elephant Habitat and Related Conservation Concerns in the Lower Kinabatangan Floodplain of Sabah, Malaysia

The approximately 300 (298, 95% CI: 152–581) elephants in the Lower Kinabatangan Managed Elephant Range in Sabah, Malaysian Borneo are a priority sub-population for Borneo's total elephant population (2,040, 95% CI: 1,184–3,652). Habitat loss and human-elephant conflict are recognized as the major threats to Bornean elephant survival. In the Kinabatangan region, human settlements...

Generation of SNP datasets for orangutan population genomics using improved reduced-representation sequencing and direct comparisons of SNP calling algorithms

Stölting Alexander Nater 0 Benoit Goossens Natasha Arora 0 Rémy Bruggmann Andrea Patrignani Beatrice Nussberger Reeta Sharma Robert H S Kraus Laurentius N Ambu Ian Singleton Lounes Chikhi Carel P van Schaik

Home Range and Ranging Behaviour of Bornean Elephant (Elephas maximus borneensis) Females

Background Home range is defined as the extent and location of the area covered annually by a wild animal in its natural habitat. Studies of African and Indian elephants in landscapes of largely open habitats have indicated that the sizes of the home range are determined not only by the food supplies and seasonal changes, but also by numerous other factors including availability...

Two Different High Throughput Sequencing Approaches Identify Thousands of De Novo Genomic Markers for the Genetically Depleted Bornean Elephant

High throughput sequencing technologies are being applied to an increasing number of model species with a high-quality reference genome. The application and analyses of whole-genome sequence data in non-model species with no prior genomic information are currently under way. Recent sequencing technologies provide new opportunities for gathering genomic data in natural populations...

Effective Population Size Dynamics and the Demographic Collapse of Bornean Orang-Utans

Bornean orang-utans experienced a major demographic decline and local extirpations during the Pleistocene and Holocene due to climate change, the arrival of modern humans, of farmers and recent commercially-driven habitat loss and fragmentation. The recent loss of habitat and its dramatic fragmentation has affected the patterns of genetic variability and differentiation among the...

Sex-Biased Dispersal and Volcanic Activities Shaped Phylogeographic Patterns of Extant Orangutans (genus: Pongo)

The Southeast Asian Sunda archipelago harbors a rich biodiversity with a substantial proportion of endemic species. The evolutionary history of these species has been drastically influenced by environmental forces, such as fluctuating sea levels, climatic changes, and severe volcanic activities. Orangutans (genus: Pongo), the only Asian great apes, are well suited to study the...

Understanding the Impacts of Land-Use Policies on a Threatened Species: Is There a Future for the Bornean Orang-utan?

Stephen Brend Lisa Curran Roberto A. Delgado Andi Erman Gabriella M. Fredriksson Benoit Goossens Simon J. Husson Isabelle Lackman Andrew J. Marshall Anita Naomi Elis Molidena Nardiyono Anton Nurcahyo Kisar