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Jurnal Sylva Lestari
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Jurnal Sylva Lestari (Journal of Sustainable Forest) publishes original research articles related to all aspects of forestry and environment sciences which includes, but not limited to the following topics: forest and natural resources management, biodiversity conservation and management, wood science and timber technology, agroforestry and social forestry, forest products and services, socio-economics of natural resources, and other environment related researches. It is primarily a medium for disseminating original theoretical and experimental researches, as well as technical reviews. This journal issues one volume every year including three issues which will be delivered every January, May, and September. JSL is published by University of Lampung in collaboration with Indonesia Network for Agroforestry Education (INAFE) - SEANAFE.
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Penilaian Kesehatan Hutan pada Berbagai Tipe Hutan di Provinsi Lampung Safe'i, Rahmat; Wulandari, Christine; Kaskoyo, Hari
Jurnal Sylva Lestari Vol 7, No 1 (2019): Januari
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (564.27 KB) | DOI: 10.23960/jsl1795-109

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In Lampung Province, awareness of the importance of forest health in achieving sustainable forest management in various types of forests is still low so that forest health problems have not received serious attention so far. This study aims to obtain indicators of forest health assessment and the status of forest health conditions in various types of forests in Lampung Province. This research was carried out in mangrove and community forests in East Lampung District, and protected and conservation forests in Tanggamus District in 2018. The stages of this study consisted of formulating guarantees of forest health indicators, making measuring plots, measuring forest health, processing data, and forest health assessment. The results showed that indicators for assessing the health of forests in mangrove forests are vitality and biodiversity, in community forests are productivity, vitality and site quality, in protected forests are biodiversity, vitality and productivity, and in conservation forests are biodiversity and productivity. The status of health conditions in each cluster of plots in mangrove forest is bad and good, in community forests is good and medium, in protected forests is bad and good, and in conservation forests are bad and good.Keywords: indicator, forest health status, forest types, Lampung Province
Populasi dan Pola Penyebaran Kantong Semar (Nepenthes gracilis) di Rhino Camp Resort Sukaraja Atas Kawasan Taman Nasional Bukit Barisan Selatan (TNBBS) Sartika, Sartika; Setiawan, Agus; Master, Jani
Jurnal Sylva Lestari Vol 5, No 3 (2017): September
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Kantong semar (Nepenthes gracilis) classified as carnivorous plants which could be found within some forests area in Indonesia in various forms. The uniqueness from this plants is on its pitcher shape which constructed from its leaf as the defense mechanism, particularly to gain nutrition.  Bukit Barisan Selatan National Park (BBSNP), particularly rhino camp, sukaraja atas resort has become one of its habitat, therefore this place is essential through its sustainability. Due to the fact that less data available about N. gracilis in that location, so that this reaserch was need to be done. The research was conducted in February 2016 with the aims to determined the population and dissemination pattern of N. gracilis in rhino camp, sukaraja atas resort, BBSNP. The data was collected by line transects which placed purposively. The results shown that there was  2079 pitcher of N. gracilis disseminated on six transects. About 60% N. gracilis covered locations plot observations with highest quantitative parameter value was situated on 3rd transect with the density (D) 11, 08 pitcher/ha, relative density (DR) 26, 67%, frequency (F) 0,150%, relative frequency (FR) 25, 08% and the lowest was on sixth transect with the density (D) 1,200 pitcher/ha, relative density (DR) 28, 9%, frequency (F) 0,041%, relative frequency (FR) 6,85. The dissemination pattern included as assembled in the altitude 615-645 meters above sea level. Keywords : Nepenthes, Population, Sukaraja Atas, BBSNP
Kompetensi Sumberdaya Manusia Pada Kesatuan Pengelolaan Hutan Produksi Di Lampung Ersi Noviyanti, Riska; Wulandari, Christine; Qurniati, Rommy
Jurnal Sylva Lestari Vol 4, No 1 (2016): Januari
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Areas of Production Forest Management Unit (KPHP) Model has been established  in Lampung that includes KPHP Register Model 47 Way Terusan Lampung Tengah regency, KPHP Bukit Punggur Lampung Tengah regency, KPHP Gedong Wani Lampung Selatan regency and KPHP Muara Dua Way Kanan regency (Wulandari, 2011).  One of the sinifeant factor management KPHP is the competent human resources.  Currently competence of human resources in KPHP especially in Lampung Province is not known yet, so it is necessary to do the mapping of human resources, which will be used as material for consideration on improving the competence of the employees KPHP in Lampung Province. The purpose of this research is to identify the competence of human resources that exist in every KPHP in Lampung and formulate the recommendations to increase the competence in need by KPHP in Lampung Province.  The research was conducted in April 2014 in  KPHP Gedong Wani Lampung Selatan regency and KPHP Way Terusan Lampung Tengah regency.  Competence human resources in KPHP Gedong Wani in the field of forest planning of 49,15 % and in the field of the utilization of the forest of 28,33%.  Competence human resources in KPHP Way Terusan in areas of forest planning is 35,07% and in the fields of the utilization of the forest of 36,33.  Human resource competence in KPHP Gedong Wani and KPHP Way Terusan in Lampung Province, have different educational background like Forestry Senior High School, bachelor of Forestry of non-forestry, as well as Master of Forestry.  Lack of training that followed, led to lack of forest planning and forest unilization within technical and non-technical.  So they need training for employyees in accordance with the needs of not-technical competence. Keywords: competence, human resources, production forest management unit
Pengelolaan Hutan Rakyat di Kabupaten Tulang Bawang Barat Anatika, Early; Kaskoyo, Hari; Febryano, Indra Gumay; Banuwa, Irwan Sukri
Jurnal Sylva Lestari Vol 7, No 1 (2019): Januari
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Community forests have important values for rural communities. The purpose of this study is to determine the social and economic characteristics of the community that affect community forest management in Tulang Bawang Barat Regency. The study was conducted for 2 months in August to September 2016 in the Tulang Bawang Barat Regency, Lampung Povince. Data was collected by field observations, interviews, and questionnaires. The total number of respondents in this study was 50 respondents of community forest farmers who were taken purposively. To describe the social and economic conditions of the respondents, as well as analyze the characteristics and practices of community forest management, the data were analyzed quantitatively and qualitatively. The results showed that productive age, adequate level of education, extent of land tenure, social, ecological and economic motivations are factors that influence farmers' decisions to manage community forests. Farmers cultivate their community forest in a simple way, without using good community forest cultivation guidelines. Local government policies are very necessary to support the sustainability of community forest development, in order to achieve economic, ecological, and social needs obtained from community forest management.Keywords: social economy characteristics of community, participation, community forest farmers, rural community
Persepsi Wisatawan dan Individu Kunci tentang Pengelolaan Ekowisata di Lampung Mangrove Center Prasetyo, Dendy; Darmawan, Arief; Dewi, Bainah Sari
Jurnal Sylva Lestari Vol 7, No 1 (2019): Januari
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Lampung has some spots of mangrove forests which one of them namely Lampung Mangrove Center (LMC). LMC has a potential resources for ecotourism development on the condition that the management is running well. This research aims to analyze the perceptions of key individuals and tourists about ecotourism management. Research location was in Lampung Mangrove Center, Margasari Village, East Lampung District. Snowball sampling interview and literature study was conducted in April 2017. This study resulted different perception of key individuals and tourists about ecotourism in Margasari Village. Key individuals assessed the management has been running well (100%), but the tourists rated the management is still bad (80%). The entire tourists (100%) requested the need for improvement for ecotourism infrastructure. The existing issues of ecotourism development in Margasari Village, according to tourists and key individuals were minimal access to public transport, less synergize between district government with the community for ecotourism management, and bad image of East Lampung district as conflict areas of sand mining.Keywords: Margasari village, ecotourism, mangrove forest, perception.
Keanekaragaman Hayati Flora dan Fauna di Kawasan Hutan Bukit Datuk Dumai Provinsi Riau Heriyanto, N. M.; Samsoedin, Ismayadi; Bismark, M.
Jurnal Sylva Lestari Vol 7, No 1 (2019): Januari
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (347.398 KB) | DOI: 10.23960/jsl1782-94

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Research on the biodiversity of flora and fauna in conservation forests in the petroleum/oil refinery industri is rarely done, this activity aims to obtain information on the biodiversity of flora and fauna, especially bird species. This research was conducted in in the Bukit Datuk Dumai forest area, Riau Province. Ploting a plot of 100 m x 100 m (1 ha) is made for flora biodiversity, for bird plots with a radius of 25 m scattered randomly at that location. The structure and composition of tree species with a diameter at breast height ≥ 10 cm, saplings and seedlings were examined from a permanent measuring plot of one ha. There were 32 species of trees with a diameter of ≥ 10 cm and numbering 354 trees, belonging to 22 family, the largest species being Dipterocarpaceae. Species that dominate tree level stands are Garcinia dioca L. IVI = 39.67%, Gironniera subaequalis Planch. IVI = 30.39% and Ochanostachys amentaceae Mast. IVI = 30.26 %. The species in sapling level are Hopea mengarawan Miq., Gironniera subaequalis Planch. and Shorea acuminata Dyer. With IVI respectively 73.71%, 42.51% and 35.24%, seedlings of species Glochidion sp. With IVI 47.10%, Koompassia excelsa Taub. IVI 43.52% and Hopea mengarawan Miq. IVI24.62%. The number of bird species was found 33 with a diversity index of 2.63, an evenness index of 0.75 and a species richness index of 6.52.Keywords: structure, composition, regeneration, swamp forests, fauna, birds.
Keanekaragaman Jenis Avifauna di Pusat Latihan Gajah (PLG) Taman Nasional Way Kambas Kamaluddin, Akhmad; Winarno, Gunardi Djoko; Dewi, Bainah Sari
Jurnal Sylva Lestari Vol 7, No 1 (2019): Januari
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Avifauna is one of the biodiversity that has a role in the ecosystem, namely as a seed spreader, helps pollination, and as an environmental bioindicator. The Elephant Training Center (PLG) is not only a conservation centre for Sumatran elephants but also serves as a habitat and preserves the diversity of all animals including avifauna species. One form of conservation efforts towards avifauna is to record the diversity of the avifauna species present in that location. This study aims to determine the diversity of bird species found in the Way Kambas National Park PLG. The study was conducted using the point count method at three observation locations: garden area, grassland, and swamp area with three repetitions. The results of the study found 33 species from 21 families (727 individuals) with moderate species diversity values (1 <H '<3). The diversity of bird species affects the existence of some species in a habitat so that it affects the quality of habitat and plays an important role as a bioindicator in an ecosystem. Bird conservation efforts need to be carried out and supported by all parties to maintain the existence of birds in their natural habitat.Key words: Avifauna, diversity, conservation, national park, elephant training center.
Konservasi Satwa Liar secara Ex-Situ di Taman Satwa Lembah Hijau Bandar Lampung Alfalasifa, Nabila; Dewi, Bainah Sari
Jurnal Sylva Lestari Vol 7, No 1 (2019): Januari
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Ex-situ conservation carried out by Taman Satwa Lembah Hijau Bandar Lampung (TSLHBL) is an effort made to protect species of plants and animals outside the original habitat. This study aims to determine the suitability of ex-situ wildlife conservation efforts in TSLHBL using observation and interview methods. Data was processed by evaluative comparison methods with conformity indicators for wildlife welfare of the Indonesian Zoo Association (PKBSI) and the Indonesian Society for Animal Welfare (ISAW). The results of the study of the suitability of cages and animal playgrounds from twenty-five cages found 44% of cages that were not according to PKBSI and ISAW namely: Owa Jawa (Hylobates moloch), Owa Sumatera (Hylobates agilis), Merak Hijau (Pavo muticus), Rusa Timor (Cervus timorensis), Elang Hitam (Ictinaetus malayensis), Elang Brontok (Nisaetus cirrhatus), Elang Bondol (Haliastur indus), Beo (Gracula religiosa), Bangau Tong-tong (Leptoptilos javanicus), Binturung (Arctictis binturong), Buaya Muara (Crocodylus porosus), and Buaya Irian (Crocodylus novaeguineae). Of the twenty-six species of animals, only species of Merak Hijau (Pavo muticus) whose amount of feed does not match the amount of feed that should be given. Animals that produce offspring are only one deer in 2016, while other animals have no offspring. The utilization of wildlife in TSLHBL is for research, photo taking, visuals and animal attractions. Keywords: ex-situ conservation, wildlife conservation, wildlife parks lembah hijau
Kontribusi Tanaman Agroforestri terhadap Pendapatan dan Kesejahteraan Petani Wanderi, Wanderi; Qurniati, Rommy; Kaskoyo, Hari
Jurnal Sylva Lestari Vol 7, No 1 (2019): Januari
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The people who live adjacent to Tahura Wan Abdul Rachman depend their lives on land management in the block utilization of Tahura with the agroforestry system. This system is implemented with different plant compositions so that the effect on income is different. This study aims to determine the composition of agroforestry plants that provide the highest income and welfare level for farmers. The study was conducted in 2017 in Sidodadi Village, Pesawaran District, which borders Tahura Wan Abdul Rahman. The variables analyzed consisted of revenue and production costs in the management of agroforestry, farmer expenditure and the number of family member. The results obtained from the 7 plant compositions identified, composition II with the main plants of banana and cacao and other types of plants are clove, chili, areca nut, soursop, mango, rambutan, durian, coconut, pecan, duku, jengkol, petai, avocado, nutmeg , breadfruit, sugar palm, bayur and cempaka; provide the highest income with an average income of Rp. 21,640,777/family/year but this income is still in a sufficient category and is only limited to meeting basic needs. It is the composition of plants that are most widely used by the community.Keywords: agroforestry, income, plant composition, welfare
Pengelolaan Hutan Rakyat Oleh Kelompok Pemilik Hutan Rakyat Di Desa Bandar Dalam Kecamatan Sidomulyo Kabupaten Lampung Selatan Budi Yuwono, Slamet; Hilmanto, Rudi
Jurnal Sylva Lestari Vol 3, No 2 (2015): Mei
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The private forest is one of the alternative solutions to the pressure of forest resources. The benefits to be gained from private forests management includes fulfill the needs of wood, increase public revenues, and increase the productivity of land.  The benefit has received by the public depends on the management carried out by private forest owners. The purposes of this study were to determine the social and economic characteristics of people who participate in managing private forests, and to determine the level of private forest management covers all aspects of planning, organizing, actuating, evaluation and monitoring. The research was conducted on August till September 2014 in Bandar Dalam village Sidomulyo District of South Lampung. The numbers of samples were 38 respondents by simple random sampling method. Data analysis methods used qualitative descriptive analysis. The results,were it can be concluded that: (1) the social and economic characteristics of the people who manage private forests mostly included in the productive age work and have a second job, amount of family burden is only a bit, and private forests land that they manage quite extensive so that their income quite high, although most low level of education; and (2) private forest management consisted of the planning aspect in medium category, organizational aspect in medium category, planting implementation aspect in both category, implementation of maintenance aspect in medium category, harvesting implementation aspect in both category, marketing implementation aspect in poor category, and monitoring-evaluation aspect are in medium category. Overall level of private forest management is medium category. Key words: Private forest, forest management, private forest owners

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