Monitoring
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Monitoring

In the previous CAMP 28 monitoring activities to measure the success of strategies implementation in FMU 10 need to be done by the field staff and relevant government agencies involved. These monitoring activities could be further identified through the timing and frequency of measuring them. The timing and frequencies involved are weekly, monthly, as necessary, quarterly, bi-annually and annually.

However, upon revision of the CAMP, 12 monitoring activities to be implemented in measuring the conservation success of the threats as indicated in Table below:-

Summary of the Monitoring Activities for the UMDF/LMF Conservation Targets

Item

Target

Indicator

Methodology

Frequency

Responsibility

1

UMDF/

LMF

Area of undamaged Forest by fire: macro view

Remote sensing interpretation;

Annually

Forestry Department: Management (HQ) Level

2

UMDF/

LMF

Area of undamaged Forest by fire: micro view

Inspection and Direct Interpretation

Bi-Weekly

Surveillance

Respective Mukim Staff

3

UMDF

Area of undamaged Forest by Illegal Timber Extraction

Inspection and Direct Interpretation

Bi-Weekly

Surveillance

Respective Mukim Staff

4

UMDF

Encroached areas are not enlarged

Inspection and Direct

Bi-Weekly

Respective Mukim Staff

5

UMDF

Controlled Hunting Area Not Encroached and Regulations not violated

Inspection and Direct Interpretation

Bi-Weekly 

Surveillance

Respective Mukim Staff

6

UMDF

Burnt Area Planted and Restored

Inspection and Random Enumerations

Quarterly for Planted Acreage

Jafin Abu Bakar & Awangku Effendy

8

UMDF

Growth and Yield Plots

Direct Growth Measurement & Mortality

Annually

FRC Research Team

9

UMDF

Demarcated Forest Boundaries are not Encroached

Remote Sensing Interpretation

Annually

Forestry Deparment: Management (HQ) Level

10

UMDF

Demarcated Forest Boundaries are not Encroached

Inspection and Direct Interpretation

Monthly Surveillance

Respective Mukim Staff

11

UMDF/LMF

Eco-tourism Guidelines adhered

Direct Interpretation and Observation

Every Climb

Respective Mukim Staff

Summary of the Monitoring Activities for the Hornbills and Rajah Brooke's Birdwing Conservation Targets

Item

Target

Indicator

Methodology

Frequency

Responsibility

11

Hornbills

Population density/ Species Distributions of Hornbills

Plots and population census

After each Survey

Forestry and Sabah Parks Integrated Field Team

12

Rajah Brooke’s Birdwing

Population density: Distribution and Occurrence

Inspection and observation on Fixed plots

After each Survey

Forestry Field

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