MSc in Environment and Resource Management
Leibniz Centre for Tropical Marine Research (ZMT), Germany
Turf algae communities
Dr. Sebastian Ferse and Dr. Sonia Bejarano
Turf algae dynamics in heavily disturbed reef environments
Estradivari, based at the Leibniz Centre for Tropical Marine Research (ZMT) in Bremen, Germany, completed a Bachelor in Marine Science at Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia, and a Master in Environment and Resource Management at Vrije Universiteit, Netherlands.
Her research is focused on understanding the dynamics of turf algae, the key drivers affecting the turf algae dynamics, and its ecological impacts in a highly disturbed reef environment. She will conduct in situ surveys in the Spermonde Islands, Indonesia, on water quality, sediment characteristics, benthic and reef fish communities to explore how spatial sedimentation gradient affects the turf algae composition and interaction with corals and herbivorous fish. She will also conduct field experiments to assess how turf algae influence fish feeding behavior and coral settlement.
- Fidler, RY, Ahmadia GN, Amkieltiela, Awaludinnoer, Cox C, Estradivari, Glew L, Handayani C, Mahajan SL, Mascia MB, Pakiding F, Andradi-Brown DA, Campbell SJ, Claborn K, De Nardo M, Fox HE, Gill D, Hidayat NI, Jakub R, Le DT, Purwanto, Valdivia A, Harborne AR (2022) Participation, not penalties: Community involvement and equitable governance contribute to more effective multiuse protected areas. Science Advances, Vol. 8 No. 18, doi:10.1126/
- Estradivari, Agung MF, Adhuri DS, Ferse SCA, Sualia I, Andradi-Brown DA, Campbell SJ, Iqbal M, Jonas HD, Lazuardi ME, Nanlohy H, Pakiding F, Pusparini NKS, Ramadhana HC, Ruchimat T, Santiadji IWV, Timisela NR, Ahmadia GN (2022) Marine conservation beyond MPAs: Towards the recognition of other effective area-based conservation measures (OECMs) in Indonesia. Marine Policy. doi:10.1016/j.marpol.2021.104939
- Girard EB, Estradivari, Ferse SCA, Ambo-Rappe R, Jompa J, Renema W (2021) Dynamics of large benthic foraminiferal assemblages: A tool to foreshadow reef degradation?. Science of The Total Environment. doi:10.1016/j.scitotenv.2021.151396
- Gurney GG, Darling ES, Ahmadia GN, Agostini VN, Ban NC, Blythe J, Claudet J, Epstein G, Estradivari, Himes-Cornell A, Jonas HD, Armitage A, Campbell SJ, Cox C, Friedman WdR, Gill D, Lestari P, Mangubhai S, McLeod E, Muthiga NA, Naggea J, Ranaivoson R, Wenger A, Yulianto I, Jupiter SD (2021) Biodiversity needs every tool in the box: use OECMs. NATURE Comment. doi:10.1038/d41586-021-02041-4
- Campbell SJ, Darling ES, Pardede S, Ahmadia G, Mangubhai S, Amkieltiela, Estradivari, Maire E (2020) Fishing restrictions and remoteness deliver conservation outcomes for Indonesia’s coral reef fisheries. Conservation Letters. doi: 10.1111/conl.12698
- Fox HE, Harris JL, Darling ES, Ahmadia GN, Estradivari, Razak TB (2019) Rebuilding coral reefs: success (and failure) 16 years after low-cost restoration. Restoration Ecology 27(4): 862-869. doi: 10.1111/rec.12935
- Vermaat JE, Estradivari, L. E. Becking (2012) Present and future environmental impacts on the coastal zone of Berau (East Kalimantan, Indonesia), a deductive scenario analysis. Regional Environmental Change 12. https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10113-011-0257-2
Blogs by Estradivari:
Digitizing the Spermonde coral reefs: a paradise of corals, turf- and coralline algae
Blog by 4D-Reef ESRs Daniel Christoph Schürholz, Dino Ramos and Estradivari, based at respectively the Max-Planck-Institute for Marine Microbiology, University of Granada and Leibniz-zentrum fur
Conserving the turbid reefs, why do we care?
Almost 31% of the population in the Coral Triangle nations are dependent on marine resources; and many of them live around and use marine resources