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Fellows

CSF cultivates the next generation of environmental economists. Our Conservation Economics Fellows program selects 10 to 15 young economists per year and mentors them on conservation-focused research projects. The program delivers policy-relevant, technically rigorous research and enlarges the economics talent pool for key regions.
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Aulia Riza Farhan

Indonesia Marine Fellow

Dr. Farhan’s research topic is entitled The Calculation Model of Economic Losses Due to Illegal Fishing Activities in the Indonesia Territorial Waters. This project is supported by the David and Lucile Packard Foundation and Margaret A. Cargill Philanthropies.

Dr. Farhan has nearly 15 years’ experience working in marine and fisheries applications within the Indonesian Government and private sector. He has experience with project management, budgeting, strategic planning, monitoring and evaluation, leadership management, as well as GIS and Remote Sensing. He is currently working with the INDESO (Infrastructure Development of Space Oceanography) project, working on the implementation of operational oceanography and developing marine instrumentation technologies for monitoring, surveillance and controlling marine environment.

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Khodijah Ismail

Indonesia Marine Fellow

Dr. Ismail’s research is entitled The impact of IUU fishing policy towards sustainable livelihood of traditional fishermen in Natuna Islands. This project is supported by the David and Lucile Packard Foundation and Margaret A. Cargill Philanthropies.

Dr. Ismail is a lecturer in the Faculty of Marine Science and Fisheries at Raja Ali Haji Maritime University in Tanjung Pinang. She holds a Bachelor of Fisheries Social Economics from Riau University, a Master of Rural Area Development from Andalas University, and a PhD in Farm Development from Andalas University.

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Benny Osta Nababan

Indonesia Marine Fellow

Dr. Nababan is working with Akhmad Solihin and Yoppie Christian on research entitled The Socio-economic Impact of the Prohibition of Trawl and Seine Nets in North Coast of Java. This project is supported by the David and Lucile Packard Foundation and Margaret A. Cargill Philanthropies.

Dr. Nababan is a lecturer in the Department of Environment of Economic Resources, Faculty of Economic and Management at Bogor Agricultural University and is also a Research Assistant on Policy of Marine Economic at the Center for Coastal Resources and Marine Studies. He completed his doctoral degree on Tropical Marine Resources Economics at Bogor Agricultural University.

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Widhya Nugroho Satrioajie

Indonesia Marine Fellow

Mr. Nugroho’s research is entitled Investment in Obtaining Information of Unreported Catch and FADs: Preparation/Compliance on Traceability Fisheries System. This project is supported by the David and Lucile Packard Foundation and Margaret A. Cargill Philanthropies.

Originally from the small town of Tegal located in Central Java, Mr. Nugroho received a Bachelor in Fisheries and Marine Science Faculty from Diponegoro University, Semarang. Widhya started his research career in 2009 joining as early stage researcher in Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI) in Jakarta. In 2010, he moved to Research Centre of Deep Sea located in Ambon, Maluku. In 2012, he began his PhD at Wageningen University and Research in the Netherlands. He currently works on the International Project called BESTTUNA (Benefiting from Innovations in Sustainable and Equitable Tuna Management in the Coral Triangle and Western Pacific) funded by INREF (Interdisciplinary Research and Education Fund of Wageningen University) in collaboration with WWF-Coral Triangle.

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Yunus P. Paulangan

Indonesia Marine Fellow

Mr. Paulangan’s research is entitled Identification and Development Strategy of Alternative Livelihoods in the Candidate of Marine Protected Area in Depapre Bay, Jayapura Regency, Papua. This project is supported by the David and Lucile Packard Foundation and Margaret A. Cargill Philanthropies.

Mr. Paulangan is a lecturer and researcher at the Marine Science Program of Cenderawasih University, as well as a visiting lecturer at various universities in Jayapura. Mr. Paulangan holds a Bachelor of Marine Science from Hasanuddin University and a Master of Coastal and Marine Resource Management Program from Bogor Agricultural University. He is currently pursuing his doctoral degree at the Center For Coastal Marine Resources Studies at Bogor Agricultural University, focusing on coastal and marine management models in Depapre Bay Jayapura Regency, Papua Province.

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Reny Puspasari

Indonesia Marine Fellow

Dr. Puspasari’s research topic is entitled Climate Variability Impact to Sardine Fisheries In Bali Strait and Its Economic Consequences. This project is supported by the David and Lucile Packard Foundation and Margaret A. Cargill Philanthropies.

Dr. Puspasari is a Junior Scientist in the Center for Fisheries Research at the Agency of Marine & Fisheries Research & Human Resource. Her expertise is in Fish Resources & Environment Interaction. She received her PhD from Bogor Agricultural University in 2012.