My research interests focus on the socioecology aspects of human-wildlife interaction and documenting the lesson learned from conservation program implementations. I am a conservation scientist with an ecological background who is now expanding his skillset into social science. I am greatly fortunate to study population ecology and human dimension of some of the most exciting species in Indonesia: the Sumatran tiger, elephant, hornbill, and Komodo dragons. I was a 2018 University of Oxford Diploma graduate, a former researcher at Wildlife Conservation Society-Indonesia Program, and from 2020 a Ph.D. student at Durrell Institute of Conservation and Ecology studying patterns and drivers of tropical defaunation.
I always open to collaboration and can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org. More about my research can be found at https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Ardiantiono_Only