Teja Arief Wibawa
Tempat Tanggal Lahir
Semarang, 17 Februari 1981
Ocean and Atmosphere
My research focuses on dynamics of marine pelagic food web, including modeling of tuna and micronekton habitat, and influences of climate change on its distribution. In my early research career, I had been working on construction of simple habitat model using combination of oceanographic satellites, physical and biogeochemical models, and statistical models. These experiences have given me a better understanding that a habitat model should consider on dynamic of biological population allowing the whole life stages of a marine pelagic fish to be modeled and further its stock biomass can be estimated. The knowledge is essentially required for managing marine pelagic resources in a sustainable way. In line with my scientific interest, I have been awarded a scholarship permitting to enroll as a PhD candidate in tuna population dynamics at Ecole Doctorale Sciences de L’Univers, de l’Environnement et de l’Espace (SDU2E), Toulouse-France. The study focuses on application of Spatial Ecosystem And POpulation DYnamics Model (SEAPODYM) for bigeye stock of the Indian Ocean and the Indonesian waters.
- Wibawa, T.A., Lehodey, P., and Senina, I.: Standardization of a geo-referenced fishing data set for the Indian Ocean bigeye tuna, Thunnus obesus (1952-2014), Earth System Science Data, 9(1):163-179. 2017
- Wibawa, T.A.: Pemanfaatan data satelit oseanografi untuk prediksi daerah potensial penangkapan tuna mata besar (Thunnus obesus) di Samudra Hindia selatan Jawa-Bali [The use of oceanographic satellite data for predicting potential fishing ground of bigeye tuna (Thunnus obesus) in the Indian Ocean south of Java-Bali], Jurnal Segara, 7(1), 29-41, doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.15578/segara.v7i1.46, 2011. [In Bahasa Indonesia]