The below is a list of publications from the BEFTA Programme.

Eycott, A. E., Advento, A. D., Waters, H. S., Luke, S. H., Aryawan, A. A. K., Hood, A. S. C., Naim, M., Ps, Sudharto, Pujianto, Purnomo, D., Rambe, T., Dzulfikar S., Soeprapto, Suhardi, Tarigan, R. S., Wahyuningsih, R., Widodo, Rudi H., Caliman, J-P, Snaddon, J. L., Foster, W. A., Turner, E. C. (2019). Resilience of ecological functions to drought in an oil palm agroecosystem. Environmental Research Communications, 1(10), doi:

Hood Amelia S. C.*, Aryawan A. Agung K.*, Advento Andreas D., Purnomo Dedi, Wahyuningsih Resti, Luke Sarah H., Ps Sudharto, Snaddon Jake L., Foster William A., Caliman Jean-Pierre, Turner Edgar C., Naim Mohammad. (2019). Understory Vegetation in Oil Palm Plantations Promotes Leopard Cat Activity, but Does Not Affect Rats or Rat Damage. Frontiers in Forests and Global Change, 2(9), doi:

Luke, S. H.*, Dedi, P.*, Advento A. D., Aryawan, A. A. K.,  Naim, M., Pikstein R. N., Ps Sudharto, T. Dzulfikar S. Rambe, Soeprapto, Caliman, J. P., Snaddon J. L., Foster, W. A., Turner, E. C. (2019). Effects of Understory Vegetation Management on Plant Communities in Oil Palm Plantations in Sumatra, Indonesia. Frontiers in Forests and Global Change, 2(9), doi:

Woodham, C. R., Aryawan, A. A. K., Luke, S. H., Manning, P., Caliman, J.-P., Naim, M., Turner, E. C., Slade, E. M. (2019). Effects of Replanting and Retention of Mature Oil Palm Riparian Buffers on Ecosystem Functioning in Oil Palm Plantations.. Frontiers in Forests and Global Change, 2(9), doi: 10.3389/ffgc.2019.00029.

Ashton-Butt, A., Aryawan, A. A., Hood, A. S., Naim, M., Purnomo, D., Suhardi, Wahyuningsih, Resti, Willcock, SimonPoppy, GuyCaliman, Jean-PierreTurner, Edgar C.Foster, William, Peh, Kelvin S.-H. & Snaddon, J. (2018). Understory vegetation in oil palm plantations benefits soil biodiversity and decomposition rates. Frontiers in Forests and Global Change. DOI: 10.3389/ffgc.2018.00010

Tao, H-H., Snaddon, J., Slade, E. M., Caliman, J-P., Widodo, R., Suhardi, & Willis, K. J. (2017). Long-term crop residue application maintains oil palm yield and temporal stability of production. Agronomy for Sustainable Development. DOI: 10.1007/s13593-017-0439-5

Kurz, D.J., Turner, E.C., Aryawan, A.A., Barkley, H.C., Caliman, J-P., Konopik, O., Foster, W.A. 2016 Replanting reduces frog diversity in oil palm Biotropica. (doi: 10.1111/btp.12320).

Tao, H-H., Slade, E.M., Willis, K.W., Caliman, J-P., Snaddon, J.L. (2016) Effects of soil management practices on soil fauna feeding activity in an Indonesian oil palm plantation. Agriculture, Ecosystems & Environment, 218, 133-140. (doi:10.1016/j.agee.2015.11.012).

Tao, H-H., Snaddon, J.L., Slade, E.M., Wahyu, R., Caliman, J-P., Willis, K.W. (2015) Effects of empty fruit bunch (EFB) application on soil fauna feeding activity in oil palm plantations. In Webb M.J., et al. (eds). Sustainable Management of Soil in Oil Palm Plantings. Proceedings of a workshop held in Medan, Indonesia, 7–8 November 2013. ACIAR Proceedings No. 144. Australian Centre for International Agricultural Research: Canberra. 70 pp.

Foster W.A., Snaddon J.L., Dwi Advento A., Anak Agung Ketut Aryawan, Barclay H., Caliman J-P, Kurniawan C., Kurz D.J., Mann D., Mohd Naim, Purnomo D, Pujianto, T. Dzulfikar S. Rambe, Slade EM, Soeprapto, Suhardi, Sudharto Ps, Ribka Sionita Tarigan, Resti Wahyuningsih, Rudi Harto Widodo and Turner E.C. (2014)The Biodiversity and Ecosystem Function in Tropical Agriculture (BEFTA) Project. The Planter, Kuala Lumpur, 90, 1061, 581-591.

Slade, E.M., Burhanuddin, M.I., Caliman, J-P., Foster, W.A., Naim, M., Prawirosukarto, S., Snaddon, J.L., Turner, E.C., Mann, D.J. (2014) Can cattle grazing in mature oil palm increase biodiversity and ecosystem service provision? Proceedings of the International Congress on Oil Palm and the Environment (ICOPE) and The Planter, 90 (1062), 655-665.

Foster W.A., Snaddon J.L., Turner E.C., Fayle T.M., Cockerill T.D., Ellwood M.D.F, Broad G.R., Chung A.Y.C., Eggleton P., Chey V.K. and Yusah K.M. (2011)
 Establishing the evidence base for maintaining biodiversity and ecosystem function in the oil palm landscapes of South East Asia. Phil.Trans.R.Soc.Lond.B.366: 3277 – 3291

* These authors should be considered as joint first authors.

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