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  • Praptiwi, R.A., Maharja, C., Fortnam, M., Chaigneau, T., Evans, L., Garniati, L. and Sugardjito, J., 2021. Tourism-Based Alternative Livelihoods for Small Island Communities Transitioning towards a Blue Economy. Sustainability, 13(12), p.6655. https://doi.org/10.3390/su13126655
  • Eales, J., Bethel, A., Fullam, J., Olmesdahl, S., Wulandari, P. and Garside, R., 2021. What is the evidence documenting the effects of marine or coastal nature conservation or natural resource management activities on human well-being in South East Asia? A systematic map. Environment International, 151, p.106397. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.envint.2021.106397
  • Adhikerana, A.S., Nasruddin, N., Zulkarnaen, S., Simandjuntak, H.S., Sugardjito, J. and Rismayani, A., 2021. Revitalizing Local Economy Through Village Tourism: Case Study of Dusun Gojang Utara, Selayar Islands, South Sulawesi, Indonesia. Journal of Business on Hospitality and Tourism, 7(1), pp.127-144. https://www.jbhost.org/jbhost/index.php/jbhost/article/view/241/pdf
  • Hattam, C., Broszeit, S., Langmead, O., Praptiwi, R.A., Lim, V.C., Creencia, L.A., Tran, D.H., Maharja, C., Setia, T.M., Wulandari, P. and Sugardjito, J., 2021. A matrix approach to tropical marine ecosystem service assessments in South east Asia. Ecosystem Services, 51, p.101346. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ecoser.2021.101346
  • Richter, I., Avillanosa, A., Cheung, V., Goh, H.C., Johari, S., Kay, S., Maharja, C., Nguyễn, T.H., Pahl, S., Sugardjito, J. and Sumeldan, J., 2021. Looking Through the COVID-19 Window of Opportunity: Future Scenarios Arising From the COVID-19 Pandemic Across Five Case Study Sites. Frontiers in psychology, 12, p.2707. https://doi.org/10.3389/fpsyg.2021.635686



  • Harrison, M.E., Wijedasa, L.S., Cole, L.E., Cheyne, S.M., Choiruzzad, S.A.B., Chua, L., Dargie, G.C., Ewango, C.E., Coronado, E.N.H., Ifo, S.A. and Imron, M.A., 2020. Tropical peatlands and their conservation are important in the context of COVID-19 and potential future (zoonotic) disease pandemics. PeerJ, 8, p.e10283. https://doi.org/10.7717/peerj.10283
  • Yanuar, A., Fehse, J., Chivers, D. and Sugardjito, J., 2020. New estimates of orangutan density in Sungai Palin watershed, Kapuas Hulu, West Kalimantan, Indonesia. Oryx, 54(6), pp.763-766. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0030605319000875



  • Garniati, L., Iswadi, A., Praptiwi, R., & Sugardjito, J. (2019, July). Towards sustainable marine and coastal planning for Taka Bonerate Kepulauan Selayar Biosphere Reserve: Indonesian case study to The Global Challenge Research Fund Blue Communities Project. In IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science (Vol. 298, No. 1, p. 012008). IOP Publishing.
  • Praptiwi RA, Saab R, Setia TM, Wicaksono G, Wulandari P, Sugardjito J. 2019. Bird diversity in transition zone of Taka Bonerate, Kepulauan Selayar Biosphere Reserve, Indonesia. Biodiversitas 20: 819-823.



  • Iswadi, A., Owen, A., Garniati, L. and Sugardjito, J. (2018) ‘Marine renewable energy: opportunities and challenges for community development in coastal area of Indonesia’, Int. J. Services Technology and Management, Vol. 24, Nos. 5/6, pp.522–544.



  • Owen A, Garniati L., 2015. The Politics of Financing Renewable Energy. Energy Storage, New York: Elsevier
  • Kelly, C., Mitrasetia, T., and Sugardjito, J. (2015). Preliminary assessment of a Tropical Urban Stream Using Benthic Macroinvertebrates as a Bio-indicator in Muara Angke, Jakarta, Indonesia. (Biodiversitas, submitted).
  • Farid, R., J.Sugardjito, and Y.S.Fitriana  2015. Spatial point pattern analysis of the Sumatran Tiger (Panthera tigris sumatrae) poaching cases in and around Kerinci Seblat National Park, Sumatra. Biodiversitas, 16: 311-316.
  • Garniati L., Praptiwi R., Sugardjito, J., Sari, N.H., Ahmudiarto, Y., Owen, A. (2015). Towards decentralised sustainable energy systems for wider Indonesia. Asialics Anual Conference September 15-17, 2015.
  • Garniati L., Praptiwi R., Sugardjito, J., Sari, N.H., Ahmudiarto, Y., Owen, A. (2015). Interface between food security, energy sustainability and water accessibility. International Conference of Appropriate Technology October 3-5, 2015.
  • Owen A, Garniati L., 2015. Marine Energy Identification Report – International Lessons Learnt for Indonesia. Jakarta: UK Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO)
  • Owen A, Garniati L., 2015. Indonesian Marine Energy – Network Ignition. Jakarta: British Council
  • Primajati, M., and J. Sugardjito. 2015. Habitat reduction of Proboscis monkey (Nasalis larvatus) in conjunction with oil palm and mining operations in Kalimantan, Indonesia. (paper presented in the IPB-  International seminar on Primate ecology and Bio-medical), Bogor.



  • Owen A. “Tidal Current Energy, Origins & Challenges”, Book Chapter, Future Energy 2nd Ed, Elsevier 2014
  • Garniati L, Owen A. “Energy Resources in Developing Nations”, Book Chapter, Future Energy 2nd Ed, Elsevier 2014
  • Kruijsen J.H.J, Owen A. “The Transition to Future Energy”, Book Chapter, Future Energy 2nd Ed, Elsevier 2014
  • Owen A, Garniati L., 2014.Marine Energy in Indonesia, DFID Rapid Response Fund – Report of Findings. Jakarta: UK Department For International Development (Government Confidential Output)



  • Garniati, L., Owen, A., Kruijsen, J.H.J., Ishadamy, Y. and Wibisono, I., 2013. Interface between Appropriate Technology and Sustainable Energy Policy in Vulnerable Societies. International Journal of Sustainable Cities and Societies  DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.scs.2013.10.003




2011 and older

  • Owen A, Kruijsen J.H.J, Turner N, Wright K. “Marine Energy in the Maldives”, Scottish Government, 2011. Available from http://www4.rgu.ac.uk/cusp/general/page.cfm?pge=83048
  • Owen A, Garniati L, “CHAP Kincluny Village Environmental Sustainability Quantitative Analysis”, Aberdeen, November 2011(Commercially Confidential Output)
  • Owen A, Garniati N, Berry M, “RGU Carbon Management Plan”, Aberdeen, March 2010, available from: http://www4.rgu.ac.uk/cusp/general/page.cfm?pge=83048
  • Yahathugoda I, Owen A, “Mathematical modelling of WWC wave converter”, Aberdeen, August 2009
  • Owen A. “Tow tank testing of a tandem hydrofoil array” Part A11 Journal of Marine Engineering & Technology. IMarEST, 2008, (Invited Paper)
  • Owen A. Tidal Current Energy, Origins & Challenges, Book Chapter, Future Energy: Improved, Sustainable and Clean Options for our Planet, Elsevier 2008 (Invited contribution)
  • Owen A, Raedler M, “Analysis of the fluid flow in a fish farm mort lifter”, Aberdeen, July 2008
  • Maxwell P, Owen A, Scott B, Ogilvie M, “Islay community tidal energy project: Pre-feasibility study”, Bowmore October 2008. Available from http://islayenergytrust.org.uk/2008/04/
  • Owen A, Bryden IG, “Energy Extraction Implications of Structurally Significant Velocity Variation in Tidal Currents”, Oceans07, Aberdeen, 18-21 June, 2007.
  • Owen A. “Tidal Current Resource Assessment”, Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers, Part A, Journal of Power and Energy, 2007(Invited Paper)
  • Owen A, Bryden IG. “Prototype Support Structure for Sea Bed Mounted Tidal Current Turbines” Journal of Engineering for the Maritime Environment Proceedings of the Institution of Mechanical Engineers – Part M, 2006
  • Owen A, Bryden IG, “A novel graphical approach for assessing tidal stream energy flux in the Channel Isles”, Journal of Marine Science and Environment, IMarEST, 2006
  • Melville G, Owen A. “Experience of Ocean Energy Systems” CA-OE. Workshop. Lisbon. 16-17 Nov. 2006. Performance monitoring of ocean energy systems
  • Owen A, Bryden IG. “Prototype Support Structure for Sea Bed Mounted Tidal Current Turbines”, Proceedings of the 6th European Wave and Tidal Energy Conference, 2005
  • Owen A, Bryden I.G, “Apparatus for controlling underwater based equipment”, Patent 2004