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Perencanaan Jalur Interpretasi Alam Menggunakan Sistem Informasi Geografis (Planning Nature Interpretation Tracks by the Use of Geographic Information System) Satyatama, Tri; Muntasib, EKS Harini; Prasetyo, Lilik Budi
JURNAL MANAJEMEN HUTAN TROPIKA Vol 16, No 3 (2010)
Publisher : Bogor Agricultural University

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Being established in 2004, Gunung Merbabu National Park (GMNP) is one among several new national parks in Indonesia.  Ecotourism activities in this area have not been properly developed by Perum Perhutani (as the past management authority) although the area is very potential to be developed as an ecotourism site for activities such as nature interpretation, apart from camping and hiking which are already carried out.  With the change of the area’s status into a national park, the opportunity of ecotourism development is increased as the area is presently managed by a management authority named Gunung Merbabu National Park Office.  As a part of ecotourism, nature interpretation is very important in connecting visitors to natural resources, which is one of the urgent services of GMNP.  The objective of this research is to develop interpretation planning of various nature tracks in the park, based on the tracks’ resources and users’ demands. The Query Builder tool was employed in the selection of the user-oriented nature interpretation tracks.  The synthesis of tracks’ resources and users’ demand resulted in 8 tracks, e.g.  Selo–Puncak, Tekelan–Puncak, Selo II, Selo III, Tekelan IV, TWA–Krinjingan Waterfall, TWA–Watu Tadah Waterfal, and TWA–”Dufan”.Keywords: ecotourism, Geografic Informal System, Gunung Merbabu National Park, nature interpretation
Application of Tank Model for Predicting Water Balance and Flow Discharge Components of Cisadane Upper Catchment Arifjaya, Nana Mulyana; Kusmana, Cecep; Abdulah, Kamarudin; Prasetyo, Lilik Budi; Setiawan, Budi Indra
JURNAL MANAJEMEN HUTAN TROPIKA Vol 17, No 2 (2011)
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The concept of hydrological tank model was well described into four compartments (tanks). The first tank (tank A) comprised of one vertical (qA0) and two lateral (qA1 and qA2) water flow components and tank B comprised of one vertical (qB0) and one lateral (qB1) water flow components. Tank C comprised of one vertical (qC0) and one lateral (qC1) water flow components, whereas tank D comprised of one lateral water flow component (qD1).  These vertical water flows would also contribute to the depletion of water flow in the related tanks but would replenish tanks in the deeper layers. It was assumed that at all lateral water flow components would finally accumulate in one stream, summing-up of the lateral water flow, much or less, should be equal to the water discharge (Qo) at specified time concerns. Tank A received precipitation (R) and evapo-transpiration (ET) which was its gradientof (R-ET) over time would become the driving force for the changes of water stored in the soil profiles and thosewater flows leaving the soil layer.  Thus tank model could describe th vertical and horizontal water flow withinthe watershed. The research site was Cisadane Upper Catchment, located at Pasir Buncir Village of CaringinSub-District within the Regency of Bogor in West Java Province.  The elevations ranged 512 –2,235 m above sealevel, with a total drainage area of 1,811.5 ha and total length of main stream of 14,340.7 m.  The land cover wasdominated by  forest  with a total of 1,044.6 ha (57.67%),  upland agriculture with a total of 477.96 ha (26.38%),mixed garden with a total of 92.85 ha(5.13%) and semitechnical irigated rice field with a total of 196.09 ha (10,8%).  The soil was classified as hydraquent (96.6%) and distropept (3.4%).  Based on the calibration of tank model application in the study area, the resulting coefficient of determination (R2) was 0.72 with model efficiency (NSE)of= 0.75, thus tank model could well illustrate the water flow distribution of Cisadane Upper Catchment. The total water yield was 2.789 mm year-1 from 3,624 mm year-1 of total annual precipitation.  The total water yield comprised of a total runoff of 47.39% and  49.23%  of sub surface flow and base flow.Keywords: tank model, Cisadane upper catchment, base flow, watershed
New Idea for National Park Zoning System: a Synthesis between Biodiversity Conservation and Customary Communitys Tradition Kosmaryandi, Nandi; Basuni, Sambas; Prasetyo, Lilik Budi; Adiwibowo, Soeryo
JURNAL MANAJEMEN HUTAN TROPIKA Vol 18, No 2 (2012)
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The establishment of national park in customary region had aroused conflic since it had not incorporate traditional management system in its management system. The objectives of this research is to develop such policies for national park zonation that amalgamating the national-global interests for conservation on the one side and the customary community interests on the other side. Result shows that adaptation was needed toward the prevailing science-based ecologically-oriented regulation on zoning plan, so it would incorporate the communitys custom in order to achieve effective management of national park. Appropriate and applicable zoning can be achieved through implementation of management mindset with customary people livelihood perspectives, zone establishment which give priority to the achievement of national park functions rather than the fulfillment of zone requirements, and adaptation of zone formation and criteria toward traditional land use as efforts to accommodate the interest of biodiversity conservation and customary people livelihood.Keywords:  national park, adaptation, costumary community, traditional land use, zonation
Habitat Suitability Modeling of Javan Rhino (Rhinoceros sondaicus Desmarest 1822) Ujung Kulon National Park Rahmat, U Mamat; Santosa, Yanto; Prasetyo, Lilik Budi; Kartono, Agus Priyono
JURNAL MANAJEMEN HUTAN TROPIKA Vol 18, No 2 (2012)
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Javan rhino (Rhinoceros sondaicus Desmarest 1822) is the rarest species among 5 species of rhinos in the world. Its distribution is currently limited only in Ujung Kulon National Park (UKNP), Indonesia.  Due to the small population size and its limited distribution, it is listed as critically endangered species in the IUCN Redlist. The main objectives of this research were: 1) to identify the dominant habitat components that determine the presence of javan rhino in UKNP; 2) to analyze habitat suitability of javan rhino (Rhinoceros sondaicus Desmarest 1822) in UKNP using geographical information system; and 3) to examine its habitat condition. Results of the research found eight components identified to be crucial for Javan rhino habitat and appropriate for spatial modelling of habitat suitability, of which four were the most dominant factors influencing the frequency of javan rhino presence. These four dominants factors were slope, distance from wallow sites, distance from rumpang (open area), and distance from beach (p
Javan Rhino (Rhinoceros sondaicus Desmarest 1822) Utilization Distribution and Habitat Selection in Ujung Kulon National Park Santosa, Yanto; Rahmat, U Mamat; Prasetyo, Lilik Budi; Kartono, Agus Priyono
JURNAL MANAJEMEN HUTAN TROPIKA Vol 19, No 1 (2013)
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Javan rhino (Rhinoceros sondaicus Desmarest 1822) is one of world´s rarest endangered species (IUCN 2008). Currently,  their distribution  is  limited  to Ujung Kulon National Park  (UKNP) of  Indonesia. Natural disasters, disease, poaching, encroachment, and competition are threats  facing Javan rhino´s population, hence creating pockets of habitats outside  the UKNP was necessary and  should be based on  scientific  studies of  javan  rhino utilization distribution and habitat selection in UKNP as the natural habitat. The objectives of the study were to determine  the utilization distribution of Javan rhino and  its habitat characteristics and determine  javan rhino habitat selection within UKNP.  The research  indicated  that Javan rhinos highest use of areas comprised of swampy shrub (w = 2.197) and shrub (w = 2.012), relatively open habitat (w = 4.233), flat area (w = 1.313) and slightly sloping areas (w = 1.007), lowland (w = 1.346), close to river (w = 1.087), close to road network (w = 1.395), close to coasts/beaches (w = 1.862), close  to wallowing areas (w = 3.709), and close  to rumpang (w = 3.783).  The results suggested  that  javan  rhino  showed  selection and preferences  for  its habitat.Keywords:  javan  rhino, utilization distribution, habitat  selection, preferences
Habitat Selection and Activity Pattern of GPS Collared Sumateran Tigers Priatna, Dolly; Santosa, Yanto; Prasetyo, Lilik Budi; Kartono, Agus Priyono
JURNAL MANAJEMEN HUTAN TROPIKA Vol 18, No 3 (2012)
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Although translocation has been used in mitigating human-carnivore conflict for decades, few studies have been conducted on the behavioral ecology of released animals. Such information is necessary in the context of sustainable forest management. In this study we determine the type of land cover used as main habitat and examine the activity pattern of translocated tigers. Between 2008 and 2010 we captured six conflict tigers and translocated them 74-1,350 km from their capture sites in Sumatera. All tigers were fitted with global positioning system (GPS) collars. The collars were set to fix 24-48 location coordinates per day.  All translocated tigers showed a preference for a certain habitat type within their new home range, and tended to select the majority of natural land cover type within the landscape as their main habitat, but the availability of natural forest habitat within the landscape remains essensial for their survival. The activity of male translocated tigers differed significantly between the six time intervals of 24 hours, and their most active periods were in the afternoon (14:00-18:00 hours) and in the evening (18:00-22:00 hours). Despite being preliminary, the findings of this study-which was the first such study conducted in Sumatera-highlight the conservation value of tiger translocation and provide valuable information for improving future management of conflict tigers.Keywords: activity pattern, GPS collars, habitat selection, sumateran tiger, translocation
Distribusi Kelas Diameter Pohon pada Berbagai Tipe Veget Asi di Gunung Salak, Bogor, Jawa Barat Wiharto, Muhammad; Kusmana, Cecep; Prasetyo, Lilik Budi; Partomihardjo, Tukirin
Jurnal Ilmu Pertanian Indonesia Vol 13, No 2 (2008): Jurnal Ilmu Pertanian Indonesia
Publisher : Institut Pertanian Bogor

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The research objective was to study tree vegetation structure based on diameter class distribution at some vegetation types on Salak Mountain. Sample was taken at north, south, east, and west facing slope of Salai Mountain using line transect. Systematic sampling with random start was used to lay the transetcs. Measuring stem diameter at breast height was done in order to study the tree diameter class distribution. Non-parametric U Man Whitney statistic was used to know whether there was a different in number of individual at all diameter class in each vegetation type. At mix forest and plantation forest, the tree diameter class distribution forming J curve shape. At bamboo forest, the individual number increase at the highest class diameter. The number of individual trees ware highest at mix forest and lowest at bamboo forest.Keywords: diameter class, J reserve curve, mount salak, vegetation type
Applicatin of Some Evapotranspiration Models at Tropical Region Suprayogi, Slamet; Setiawan, Budi Indra; Prasetyo, Lilik Budi
Jurnal Keteknikan Pertanian Vol 17, No 2 (2003): Buletin Keteknikan Pertanian
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Potential evaporation (ETp) can be calculated by ETp models climatological parametrs. Among them, the Penman model is most frequently used for ETp estimation. The penman model requires five climatic parameters : temperature, relative humidity, wind, saturation vapor pressure, and net radiation. It also uses complicated unit conversions and lengthy calculation. There are a simple models such as : Jensen - Haise models, Hargreaves, Radiation, Turcs, and Makkinks model. These models that requires only two climatic parameters, temperature and incident radiation.
Transportation Management Model of Sustainable Non-Bus Passenger Public Transport in Makassar City Mansyur, Umar; Sitorus, Santun R.P.; ., Marimin; Prasetyo, Lilik Budi; Poerwo, I.F. Poernomosidhi
Forum Pasca Sarjana Vol 32, No 4 (2009): Forum Pascasarjana
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Growth of Makassar City as metropolitan have been increasing urban economic growth and social community change, however, it caused problems non-bus public passenger transport management policy not integrated with urban spatial planning policy as one unity.  Research objectives are aimed to design model of sustainable transportation management for non-bus public passenger transport integrated with urban spatial planning, to evaluate existing route pattern performance and to identify and to manage potentially polluted corridor from emission gas.  Research methods consist of three phases namely valuating of route performance with descriptive analysis, identifying gas emission and zoning management with level of services, hierarchy analytical process (AHP), and designing priority policy model with geographic information system (GIS) and exponential comparative method (MPE).  The results are: (i) the road level of services performance with the bigger traffic composition are motorcycle and non-bus public passenger transport and densities of primary roads as compared to secondary roads with level of services of C, B, and A for variation between collector and artery roads; (ii) vehicle emission as standard of very small as compared to step over standard and gas ambient by CO are sedan/jeep, kijang, pick-up, bus, non-bus public passenger transport and mini bus, and mini truck on the artery road, (iii) the priority alternatives on zoning arrangement are first for environmental facility improvement, vehicle arrangement, location decision, and institutions arrangement; (iv) model of sustainable transportation management with GIS is spatial database and transportation maps of selected route and zoning arrangement whereas policy priorities are regarding management aspect improving level of service which consider road capacity, real speed, and volume ratio and regarding policy aspect ascertaining spatial plan as a dominant factor for zoning arrangement in relation to vehicle pollution.   Key words: non-bus public passenger transport, sustainable, spatial, route, emission
Vegetation Classification of Mount Salak, Bogor, West Jawa Wiharto, Muhammad; Kusmana, Cecep; Prasetyo, Lilik Budi; Partomihardjo, Tukirin
Forum Pasca Sarjana Vol 31, No 1 (2008): Forum Pascasarjana
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One of the important factors for the management activity at Salak Mountain is the presence of Salak Mountain’s vegetation classification, which until recently has never been done. The research objectives were to classify the variety of vegetation types at Salak Mountain. Vegetation sampling was made with systematic sampling with random start. Vegetation type at alliance level was determined with vegetation ordination. Three vegetation alliances can be extracted from the ordination. These alliances are Shcima walichii-Pandanus punctatus/ Cincora sinensis forest alliance; Glocidion apus-Mallotus blumeana/Chima sinensis forest alliance; and Pinus merkusii-Dysoxiylum arborescens/Dysoxiylum dichotoma forest alliance. Vegetation alliances are forming mainly because of their similarity in their structure, composition, and physiognomy of vegetation. The abiotic factors that consistently differentiate alliance 1 with the other alliances are N total, dust content of the soil, and slope. P soil’s content is the abiotic factor that consistently differentiates alliance 2 with the other alliances, while C organic soil’s content and cation exchange capacity of the soil are the abiotic factors that consistently differentiate alliance 3 with the other alliances. There are five vegetation association at allinace 1, six alliance 2 and seven at alliance 3. Each dominant spesies has uniquely preference to abiotic factor in their distribution at Gunung Salak. Stand structures of alliance 1 and 3 forming J reverse curve.   Key words: association, ordination, Salak Mountain, vegetation alliance, vegetation classification
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