SUSAN M CHEYNE
BSc (Hons) PhD CBiol CSci MRSB FRGS FLS
Dr Susan Cheyne has been carrying out biological conservation research in Indonesia since 2002. Her focus is on primates, felids and forest ecology. Susan is a co-director of the Borneo Nature Foundation and BRINCC. Her interests also lie in the use of non-timber forest products by people especially bush meat hunting and in environmental education within Indonesia and around the world. She is Vice Chair for the IUCN SSC Primate Specialist Group Section on Small Apes and a member of the IUCN Cat Specialist Group. In 2011 she led an expedition into the remote highlands of Borneo to survey for biodiversity and to lead social surveys of local people’s resource use and needs. She is currently leading the first Kalimantan-wide camera trapping survey to determine the population status of the clouded leopard in Indonesian Borneo..
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