Sarawak, Borneo, Malaysia, 2005-2007 - The project investigated the distribution of mammals within a mosaic of Acacia plantation and natural forest in Sarawak, Malaysia. The study sought to assist forestry managers in determining what extent of natural forest must remain to maintain large mammal species within the forest mosaic.
Khao Yai NP, Thailand, 2003-2007
The aim of this project, run by the Smithsonian National Zoological Park and Smithsonian Conservation Biology Institute, was to: continue previous carnivore monitoring, expand into areas previously under-surveyed, and determine the status and distribution of all large mammal species across Khao Yai National Park, Thailand. Funding and support of the project was provided in part by FREELAND Foundation and the Thailand Department of National Parks, Wildlife, and Plant Conservation.
The objective of this study was to collect data on clouded leopards (Neofelis nebulosa) and small carnivores to investigate intraguild interactions. The four study areas selected for this research span across the central latitudes of Thailand, including: Ta Phraya National Park and Don Yai Wildlife Sanctuary, located in eastern Thailand within the Don Phayayen- Khao Yai Forest Complex; Khao Ang Rue Nai Wildlife Sanctuary, located in southeast Thailand and Huai Kha Khaeng Wildlife Sanctuary, located in the Western Forest Complex.
This is a survey of Golestan National Park.
Danum Valley Conservation area is a protected area with intact primary forest in Sabah, Malaysia. This is the first implementation of the CTFS-ForestGEO Vertebrate Monitoring Protocol at the site.
This project explores the mammals of Singapore's forest fragments, with the help of Yale-NUS students.