Chris Margules

Prof. Chris R. Margules

Research Associate (Landscape Ecology)

Chris Margules is Adjunct Professor at James cook in Australia and Research Associate at the Research Center for Climate Change, University of Indonesia. His current interest focuses on integrating conservation and development at the landscape or seascape scale. Previously, he design and implemented a large-scale experiment on the ecological effects of habitat fragmentation and played a key role in discovering and then implementing the idea of complementary in systematic conservation planning. 

Chris Margules was a research scientist and later research manager at the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) for 32 years, where he led programs on landscape management and sustainable development in the tropics. He join Conservation International in 2006 and later become Senior Vice-President and leader of the Asia Pacific Division. He has worked in number of Asian countries, the Pacific region and southern Africa as well as Australia. He was a fellow of the Wissenschaftskolleg zu Berlin in 1994. He received order of Australia honors in the General Division (AM) for services to science in 2005.

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2021Changes in the human footprint in and around Indonesia’s terrestrial national parks between 2012 and 2017
2021Herpetofaunal diversity of West Bali National Park, Indonesia with identification of indicator species for long-term monitoring. Global Ecology and Conservation
2021Forest cover changes in Indonesia’s terrestrial national parks between 2012 and 2017
2021Pembelajaran dalam perencanaan produksi keberlanjutan: Metode Multi Criteria Analysis
2020Deforestation on the Indonesian island of Sulawesi and the loss of primate habitat
2020Lessons Learned from Training Students to Conduct Primate Surveys
2017Biodiversity in Locally Managed Lands
2017Will Biodiversity Be Conserved in Locally-Managed Forests?
2017Developing an objectives hierarchy for multicriteria decisions on land use options, with a case study of biodiversity conservation and forestry production from Papua, Indonesia
2015Habitat fragmentation and its lasting impact on Earth's ecosystems

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