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UPAYA KONSERVASI BANGSA KURA-KURA DI AREAL PENAMBANGAN EMAS DAN INTAN CATCHMENT AREA RIAM KANAN, KALIMANTAN SELATAN

Jurnal Hutan Tropis Vol 9, No 24 (2008)
Publisher : Jurnal Hutan Tropis

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South Borneo have wetland with 1 million Ha width (27% of total area), that used for wildlife habitat included tortoise. Tortoise is interesting and unique animal for pet. Tortoises have many kind locations as its habitat, such as from sea area, swamp, neutral water to hill, forest and clear land. Tortoise is slow in growth. This make Indonesian tortoise will have vanished in 2010 because over-exploitation and export for huge number every month (more than 10 thousand ton or thousand tail) (Iskandar, 2000). For management action input that will done, need action research to knowing the dispersal and habitat of tortoise.  This research was located in Riam Kanan Catchments Area, South Borneo, with 15 rivers for sample. Ground survey method in all sample location was used  in this research. The point that tortoise have been funded was taken by GPS then have been plotted in Basic Map by Arc.View.3.3. program. The right and left of river side was written the environment parameter and  all of vegetation have been inventoried by Quadrate plot and then have been analyzed to knowing Important Value Index’s  for  each species that was funded. The result of this research have showed there are 3 species that funded in the location, like as: Kura-kura pipi putih (Siebenrockiella crassicolis), Biuku (Batagur baska), and Kuya Batok (Cuora amboinensis), and 1 species of labi-labi like as Forest Labi-labi (Pelochelys cantori), that dispersed in 38 point of Riam Kanan Catchments Area. The typical of tortoise and Labi-labi Habitat is the river that have 0-50 cm depth and more than 2,5 m width, with vegetation that have crowded canopy (>60%) that was dominated by Putat (Barringtonia acutangula), Kayu Kacang (Strombosia javanica) dan Sungkai (Peronema canescens). The river have good condition in water quality that was signed by the number of water animal that exist like as fish, crab, shrimp, and water insect that was consumed by tortoise and labi-labi. Key word: Riam Kanan, Habitat, Dispersal, Tortoise

PERUBAHAN PENUTUPAN LAHAN DI SUB-SUB DAS AMANDIT

Jurnal Hutan Tropis Vol 13, No 2 (2012)
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The aims of this research is to identify, classify and map landcover in Amandit Sub Sub Watershed using Landsat Imagery that acquared in 1992, 2000 and 2010, and analyzing landcover changes in Amandit Sub Sub Watershed in 1992-2000, 2000-2010 and 1992-2010 period. Furthermore, the data changes in landcover extracted by the method of stacking and overlapping pivot table analysis (cross tab). The results of the analysis of landcover changes clearly show that the Bushes and the moor are both landcover classes that experienced the greatest rate of change during the period 1992-2000-2010. Both of them contradictory, bush shrub widely experienced the greatest increasing, while the broad moor experienced the greatest reduction. Both landcover maps and landcover change matrix, also showed the emergence of two new types of landcover in 2010, those are the Plantation Forest and the Palm Oil. Throughout the forested areas, both Primary Forest, Secondary Forest, and Swamp Forest, experience a significant reduction in area. Forest except that the width increases. In total, the rate of deforestation in Amandit Sub Sub Watershed over a period of 18 years (1992-2010) is approximately 1519.88 hectares per year. Keywords: landcover, deforestation, amandit, feature extraction, pivot table

PENYUSUNAN ALLOMETRIK UNTUK PENDUGAAN KANDUNGAN BIOMASSA JENIS BAKAU (Rhizophora apiculata)

EnviroScienteae Vol 10, No 2 (2014): EnviroScienteae Volume 10 Nomor 2, Agustus 2014
Publisher : Universitas Lambung Mangkurat

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Mangrove forests have ecological functions as an absorber of carbon dioxide and store carbon through photosynthesis. How much carbon stored in mangrove forest can be estimated by biomass contained as an individual constituent mangrove forest vegetation. This research aims to develop allometric model to estimate content of biomass on Rhizophora apiculata which is one of the compilers specific of the mangrove forest. Research methods through logging (destruction) with a total sample of 35 trees that represents the distribution diameter of 11-78 cm. The results showed content of the biomass species Rhizophora apiculata as much as 77% on the trunk, 14% on the branch, 6% on the twigs and 3% on the leaves. Allometric are obtained to estimate the biomass content on Rhizophora apiculata types are as follows: Y = 0,1488D2,4310; branch section Y = 0.0229D2,4521; twigs part Y = 0.0375D2,0389; leaf   Y = 0.1898D1,2809; total tree Y = 0.2300D2,3766. Through determination test concluded that the allometric chosen is Y = 0.2300D2,3766 with the value of the determinant coefficient of 0.9479

PENDUGAAN POTENSI KEBUN KARET RAKYAT SEBAGAI CADANGAN KARBON DI KECAMATAN CEMPAKA KOTA BANJARBARU PROPINSI KALIMANTAN SELATAN

EnviroScienteae Vol 10, No 3 (2014): EnviroScienteae Volume 10 Nomor 3, November 2014
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Calculation of carbon stocks using allometric equation system is done to get the value of carbon stocks in smallholder rubber plantations in Cempaka district, Banjarbaru City South Kalimantan needs to be done in order to know the carbon stocks contained in the smallholder rubber plantations.  Based on the statistical report plantation Banjarbaru City first quarter of 2013, the peoples rubber plantation area of 986 hectares.  However, data obtained from field surveys note that the data are actually rubber plantation area of 1318.61 ha.  This study aims to determine the amount of carbon stocks in jungle rubber at different age levels and determine other factors that affect carbon stocks in jungle rubber.  The methods of this study includes data collection and determination of the point of the plot as well as the selection of a plot point.  Primary data collection is done by taking the coordinates of the field (the survey) using a GPS (Global Positioning System), and the data analysis was conducted on the data collection for the measurement of carbon stocks above the surface of the carbon on the surface and below the surface measuring carbon stocks.  The results showed that the highest carbon stocks contained in the 7-year age group with a score of 716.61 Mg carbon stocks / ha followed by 5-year age group was 685.21 Mg / ha, 3-year age group was 603.51 Mg / ha and the smallest to the carbon value of 585.62 Mg / ha.  While based on the factors that influence the obtained results that the pH is tolerated for acid soil types, categorized as very low C Organic, Organic materials in the high category, total N and P were categorized very low, K can be categorized as high.  All these factors are still can be considered good for the growth of rubber trees until they reach the age of 30 years.  Concluded that the more composition and structure of rubber gardens stands then the greater carbon storage in stands in people rubber plantation area at the Cempaka district Banjarbaru City and soil conditions can be categorized as land that can still be used for the growth of rubber trees.

ANALISIS SPASIAL SUMBERDAYA ALAM PERKEBUNAN KARET RAKYAT KOTA BANJARBARU DENGAN MENGGUNAKAN DATA PENGINDERAAN JAUH

EnviroScienteae Vol 9, No 3 (2013): EnviroScienteae Volume 9 Nomor 3, November 2013
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The processing of remote sensing and field survey data that applying Geographic Information System (GIS) was important to do in order to collect the basic data and an accurate information about rural rubber plantation natural resources. The !st threemonthly 2013 statistical report of Banjarbaru City plantation, showed that rural rubber plantation was 986 Ha’s width. Thus data, comprehensively not adequate to answer the exact/certain width of rural rubber plantation in Banjarbaru. So, it was considered necessarily to complete them with such Geographic Information. This research was aimed (1) to determine the exact width of rural rubber plantation area; and (2) to make a thematic map of rural rubber plantation natural resources. This research was conducted in Cempaka village, Banjarbaru City, south Kalimantan Province. This research was occupied by collecting important data and information, then analyzed them by using GIS. The primary data were collected by taking coordinate points on field with Global Positioning System (GPS) tool, and analyzed them by using GIS spatial analysis. The result showed that the width of rural rubber plantation based on year 2007 quickbird survey was 1.357,82 Ha which withdrawn in the map of rural rubber plantation natural resources in Cempaka Village, Banjarbaru City. Thus, according to year 2010 alos-avnir mulispektral classification resulted that the width was 999 Ha, withdrawn in the landcover map of Cempaka Village banjarbaru City. We might conclude that the width of rural rubber plantation in Cempaka Village based on quickbird survey in 2007 was 419,82 Ha larger than 938 Ha statistical data of rural rubber plantation in Cempaka, and it was 61 Ha larger if compared with 2010 alos-avnir mulispektral classification. Those data were included in two (2) different map of rural rubber plantation natural resources in Cempaka Village Banjarbaru City.

PERSEPSI MASYARAKAT TERHADAP DAMPAK LINGKUNGAN PADA USAHA PETERNAKAN AYAM RAS PEDAGING (BROILER) DI KOTA BANJARBARU

EnviroScienteae Vol 9, No 3 (2013): EnviroScienteae Volume 9 Nomor 3, November 2013
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Broiler poultry farms in the residential area of Banjarbaru City has the potential to cause negative impacts of pollution in the form of chicken droppings (faeses), the smell of ammonia, the emergence of a lot of flies and rats, and the threat of outbreaks of diseases that can be transmitted from poultry to humans (zoonoses). Based on the above issues, it is necessary to investigate the public perception and the factors influencing the perception of the environmental impact of broiler poultry farms in Banjarbaru. This perception problem is very essential to be investigated in order to determine the level of public perception and the factors that influence it. This study employed the data analysis with descriptive statistics that were used to describe the public perception and the factors that influence the perception of the environmental impact of broiler poultry farms in Banjarbaru. The results of this study indicated that the perception of 23 respondents (72%) was negative while the perception of 9 respondents (28%) was positive. These results rejected the initial hypothesis (H0), which suspected that the public perception of the environmental impact of broiler poultry farms was positive and received the first hypothesis (H1), which suspected that the public perception of the environmental impact of broiler poultry farms was negative. The significant factors influencing public perception of the environmental impact of broiler poultry farms were the education, the employment, the level of public health and the air pollution/ the odor of chicken droppings with the significance probability value for each factor was 99% or 0.000 (p <0.05), whereas the variable information (x5) and the environmental impact (x6) were not significant, which was indicated by the probability value of the significance of each factor that was 0.107 (p> 0.05) and 0.238 (p> 0,05).

The Face of the Banjarbaru City Wetlands in Last Four Decades

Journal of Wetlands Environmental Management Vol 6, No 2 (2018): : (July-December)
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The change of Banjarbaru city status into the central government of South Kalimantan Province, has the potential to increase the need for land. This directly affects wetlands conversion activities into other forms of land closure. This research aims to map the spatial distribution of wetlands, and the spatial distribution of wetlands conversion existing in Banjarbaru City in every decade over the last four decades, ie from the 1970s to the present. Wetlands spatial data are extracted from multitemporal satellite imagery, Landsat 5 in 1973, Landsat 5 in 1989, Landsat 5 in 1997, Landsat 5 in 2007, and Landsat 8 in 2016. The method used to extract wetlands is Object Based Image Analysis (OBIA), with Full Lambda-Schedule algorithm. The research results show that over the past last decades, the total area of Banjarbaru Citys wetlands has been reduced continuously. The average total reduction rate is 534.53 hectares per decade or about 53.5 hectares per year, with a linear pattern over the past four decades.