Truly Santika
Truly Santika
Senior Fellow, Natural Resources Institute (NRI), University of Greenwich
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Community forest management in Indonesia: avoided deforestation in the context of anthropogenic and climate complexities
T Santika, E Meijaard, S Budiharta, EA Law, A Kusworo, JA Hutabarat, ...
Global Environmental Change 46, 60–71, 2017
Does oil palm agriculture help alleviate poverty? A multidimensional counterfactual assessment of oil palm development in Indonesia
T Santika, KA Wilson, S Budiharta, EA Law, TM Poh, M Ancrenaz, ...
World Development 120, 105-117, 2019
Denial of long‐term issues with agriculture on tropical peatlands will have devastating consequences
LS Wijedasa, J Jauhiainen, M Könönen, M Lampela, H Vasander, ...
Global Change Biology 23, 977-982, 2017
Evaluating the effectiveness of palm oil certification in delivering multiple sustainability objectives
CL Morgans, E Meijaard, T Santika, E Law, S Budiharta, M Ancrenaz, ...
Environmental Research Letters 13, 064032, 2018
Global demand for natural resources eliminated more than 100,000 Bornean orangutans
M Voigt, SA Wich, M Ancrenaz, E Meijaard, N Abram, GL Banes, ...
Current Biology 28, 761-769. e5, 2018
Assessing the effect of prevalence on the predictive performance of species distribution models using simulated data
T Santika
Global Ecology and Biogeography 20, 181-192, 2011
The environmental impacts of palm oil in context
E Meijaard, T Brooks, K Carlson, EM Slade, JG Ulloa, DLA Gaveau, ...
Nature Plants 6, 1418–1426, 2020
The effect of species response form on species distribution model prediction and inference
T Santika, MF Hutchinson
Ecological Modelling 220, 2365-2379, 2009
First integrative trend analysis for a great ape species in Borneo
T Santika, M Ancrenaz, KA Wilson, S Spehar, N Abram, GL Banes, ...
Scientific Reports 7, 4839, 2017
Extinction in Eden: identifying the role of climate change in the decline of the koala in south-eastern NSW
D Lunney, E Stalenberg, T Santika, JR Rhodes
Wildlife Research 41, 22-34, 2014
Heterogeneous impacts of community forestry on forest conservation and poverty alleviation: evidence from Indonesia
T Santika, KA Wilson, S Budiharta, A Kusworo, FAV St John, E Meijaard, ...
People and Nature 1, 204-219, 2019
Changing landscapes, livelihoods and village welfare in the context of oil palm development
T Santika, KA Wilson, E Meijaard, S Budiharta, EA Law, M Sabri, ...
Land Use Policy 87, 104073, 2019
Designing multifunctional landscapes for forest conservation
T Santika, E Meijaard, KA Wilson
Environmental Research Letters 10, 114012, 2015
Impact of palm oil sustainability certification on village well-being and poverty in Indonesia
T Santika, KA Wilson, EA Law, FAVS John, K Carlson, H Gibbs, ...
Nature Sustainability 4, 109-119, 2021
Orangutan Population and Habitat Viability Assessment: Final Report
S Utami-Atmoko, K Traylor-Holzer, MA Rifqi, PG Siregar, B Achmad, ...
IUCN/SSC Conservation Breeding Specialist Group, 2017
Modelling species distributional shifts across broad spatial extents by linking dynamic occupancy models with public‐based surveys
T Santika, CA McAlpine, D Lunney, KA Wilson, JR Rhodes
Diversity and Distributions 20, 786-796, 2014
Towards improved impact evaluation of community forest management in Indonesia
E Meijaard, T Santika, KA Wilson, S Budiharta, A Kusworo, E Law, ...
Conservation Science and Practice 3, e2189, 2021
Beyond the community in participatory forest management: A governance network perspective
RS Friedman, AM Guerrero, RRJ McAllister, JR Rhodes, T Santika, ...
Land Use Policy 97, 104738, 2020
Interannual climate variation, land type and village livelihood effects on fires in Kalimantan, Indonesia
T Santika, S Budiharta, EA Law, RA Dennis, A Dohong, MJ Struebig, ...
Global Environmental Change 64, 102129, 2020
Tapanuli orangutan endangered by Sumatran hydropower scheme
WF Laurance, SA Wich, O Onrizal, G Fredriksson, G Usher, T Santika, ...
Nature Ecology & Evolution 4, 1438-1439, 2020
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