Cryptic mammals caught on camera: Assessing the utility of range wide camera trap data for conserving the endangered Asian tapir
Matthew Linkie, Gurutzeta Guillera-Arroita, Joseph Smith, Anton Ario, Gregoire Bertagnolio, Francis Cheong, Gopalasamy Reuben Clements, Yoan Dinata, Somphot Duangchantrasiri, Gabriella Fredriksson, Melvin T Gumal, Liang Song Horng, Kae Kawanishi, Faesal Rakhman Khakim, Margaret F Kinnaird, Dedy Kiswayadi, Abu H Lubis, Antony J Lynam, undefined Maryati, Myint Maung Show all
Biological Conservation | ELSEVIER SCI LTD | Published : 2013
For research permission and assistance, we are most grateful to the governments of: Thailand (Department of National Parks, Wildlife, and Plant Conservation); Indonesia (Ministry of Forestry, National Park services, Tapanuli Utara District Government and Mandailing Natal District Government); Malaysia (Department of Wildlife and National Parks, Forestry Department of Johor, Kelantan and Perak, Johor National Parks Corporation; Royal Malaysia Police; Kulim - Malaysia - Bhd, Economic Planning Unit); and, Director-General, Myanmar Forest Department, Ministry of Environmental Conservation and Forestry. In addition, we are grateful to all of the respective protected area and conservation area heads and their staff. Funding was provided by the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation/Save the Tiger Fund, US Fish and Wildlife Service, Disney Wildlife Conservation Fund, Wildlife Conservation Society, WWF Networks, WWF-Netherlands, WWF-US Kathryn Fuller Science For Nature Fellowship, Hurvis Family, Critical Ecosystem Partnership Fund, Virginia Tech, 21st Century Tiger, STF-Panthera Grant Program, Peoples Trust for Endangered Species, Rufford Foundation, University of Florida, BOS-Netherlands, Durrell Wildlife Conservation Trust, Mohamed bin Zayed Species Conservation Fund, Malaysian Wildlife Conservation Fund and Pulau Banding Foundation. We thank Untung Wijayanto, Pandu Bambang Baroto, Herwansyah, Susilo, Decki Kristiantono, Rusli Usman, H. Kurniawan, E. Septayuda, Kusdianto, F. Panjaitan, Radinal, A. Suprianto, E. Tugiyo, L. Subali, H. Gebog, Malek Sahak, H. Gebog, Shariff, Elang, C. Fong, Hamirul and M. Noor for their assistance in the field and a special thank you to Dr. Anak Pattanavibool for his support in data compilation and to Nigel Leader-Williams for commenting on an earlier draft of the manuscript.