- Research Disciplines
Dr Putu Liza Kusuma Mustika (Icha) obtained her PhD from James Cook University in Australia in December 2011 and was awarded the title in April 2012. Her PhD was on the sustainability of dolphin watching tourism in Bali, Indonesia. From July 2011 to December 2012 she worked with Conservation International Indonesia in Bali. Ever since, she has been doing her own works with her colleagues on sustainable tourism, cetacean watching tourism, marine mammal by-catch, marine mammal protected areas and the management of stranded marine mammals. Her collaborators are mostly based in Indonesia, Asia and Australia, as well as United Kingdom and the United States.
Dr Mustika is active in assisting the Indonesian government in fostering the management of marine mammals, particularly whales and dolphins, in the Archipelago. She is currently the database coordinator for the whale stranding initiative in Indonesia, as well as leading a marine mammal-focused NGO in Indonesia (‘CETASI’ – Cetacean Sirenian Indonesia).
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- Journal Articles
- Mustika P, Welters R, Ryan G, D'Lima C, Sorongon-Yap P, Jutapruet S and Peter C (in press) A rapid assessment of wildlife tourism risk posed to cetaceans in Asia. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, pp. 1-21
- Mustika P, Stoeckl N and Farr M (in press) The potential implications of environmental deterioration for business and non-business visitor expenditures in a natural setting: a case study of Australia's Great Barrier Reef. Tourism Economics,
- Mustika P, Birtles A, Everingham Y and Marsh H (2015) Evaluating the potential disturbance from dolphin watching in Lovina, north Bali, Indonesia. Marine Mammal Science, 31 (2). pp. 808-817
- Mustika P, Birtles A, Everingham Y and Marsh H (2013) The human dimensions of wildlife tourism in a developing country: watching spinner dolphins at Lovina, Bali, Indonesia. Journal of Sustainable Tourism, 21 (2). pp. 229-251
- Mustika P, Birtles A, Welters R and Marsh H (2012) The economic influence of community-based dolphin watching on a local economy in a developing country: implications for conservation. Ecological Economics, 79. pp. 11-20
- Other research outputs
- Stoeckl N, Farr M, Jarvis D, Larson S, Esparon M, Sakata H, Chaiechi T, Lui H, Brodie J, Lewis S, Mustika P, Adams V, Chacon A, Bos M, Pressey B, Kubiszewski I and Costanza B (2014) The Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area: its 'value' to residents and tourists, and the effect of world prices on it. Final report to the National Environmental Research Program. [monograph]
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