Asrulsani Bin Jambari
Background: Completed a B.Sc. In Forestry and MSc in Wildlife Management from the University Putra Malaysia. Has worked under several conservation organizations but most extensively under the Department of Wildlife and National Park (DWNP), Peninsular Malaysia as a research officer for Malaysia 1st National Tiger Survey Project (1st NTS) to improve the efficacy of monitoring and conservation actions towards tiger survivability in its natural habitat. Has an interest in conservation and acknowledges society on the importance of wildlife species. Recently completed my second Master’s degree (February 2020) from Hiroshima University.
Master Thesis: Spatial and Temporal Patterns in the Abundance of Active Terrestrial Leeches (Haemadipsa sp.) in a Tropical Rainforest in Peninsular Malaysia: Implications for Its Use in the Assessment of Wildlife Diversity
Email: More details expertise and research interests can be contacted at m194037 “at” hiroshima-u.ac.jp (please replace “at” with @)