Ria Fitriana

 

PhD Research 

Assessing the impact of marine protected area establishment on livelihoods: A case study of Pantar Island, NTT, Indonesia.

 

Supervisors:

 Dr Natasha Stacey

 Prof Owen Stanley

 Prof Anthony Cunningham

 

 

 

Research Interest

The ecological benefits of marine protected areas are relatively well recognized, however, the contributions of marine protected areas to improve the livelihoods of coastal villagers are still in debate. To address this issue, the sustainable livelihood approach is used as a basis of analysis to explore the complexity of  livelihoods in Pantar Island and to what extent they will be affected once the protected

Year Type Citation
2012 Report Fitriana, R. Gender impact assessment of RFLP interventions in Nusa Tenggara Timur, Indonesia. Regional Fisheries Livelihoods Programme for South and Southeast Asia. Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO). (2012).
2012 Journal Article Fitriana, R. & Stacey, N. The role of women in the fishery sector in Pantar Island, Indonesia. Asian Fisheries Science (2012).
2011 Conference Paper Fitriana, R. A value chain analysis of fish trade in Pantar Island, eastern Indonesia. MARE Conference (2011).
2011 Conference Paper Fitriana, R. The role of women in the fishery sector in Pantar Island, Indonesia. Gender in Aquaculture and Fisheries, 3rd Global Symposium (2011).
2010 Conference Paper Fitriana, R. Tropical Rock Lobster (Panuliris ornatus) value chain in Cairns. Internship experience in Kailis Co., Cairns, Australia. Presented to Livelihoods and Policy Group, School for Environmental Research, CDU (2010).
2009 Conference Paper Fitriana, R. Community participation in MPA establishment in Indonesia: lessons for future initiatives. International Ocean Science, Technology and Policy Symposium, World Ocean Conference (2009).
2009 Conference Paper Fitriana, R. Assessing the impact of marine protected area on livleihoods: a case study of Pantar Islan, NTT Indonesia. Australia Indonesia Governance Research Partnership, Young Scholars Workshop (2009).
2009 Conference Paper Stacey, N., Fitriana, R. & James, R. Marine Biologists Turned Social Scientists?: Bajo Engagement in Marine Protected Areas in Indonesia & the Coral Triangle Initiative. Presented at AAS Conference (2009).
2007 Conference Paper Fitriana, R. Green and Fair Products of WWF Indonesia. Small scale Enterprise Workshop, WWF (2007).
2007 Book Fitriana, R. 1000 hari di Bali Barat: Sebuah catatan proses belajar bersama masyarakat. (WWF Indonesia, 2007). at <http://rafflesia.wwf.or.id/library/>
2006 Book How can conservation benefit to local people: Principles of Community Empowerment in WWF Indonesia Conservation Agenda. (WWF Indonesia, 2006).
2006 Conference Paper Fitriana, R. & Manudrestha, A. Seaweed Farming as a tool to empower the coastal community in natural resources management. Case study: Community surrounding Bali Barat National Park. Coastal Zone Asia Pacific 29 August - 1 September 2006 (2006).

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