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MANAJEMEN HUTAN TROPIKA Journal of Tropical Forest Management
ISSN : 20870469     EISSN : 20892063     DOI : -
Core Subject : Agriculture,
Jurnal Manajemen Hutan Tropika is a periodic scientific articles and conceptual thinking of tropical forest management covering all aspects of forest planning, forest policy, utilization of forest resources, forest ergonomics, forest ecology, forest inventory, silviculture, and management of regional ecosystems.
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Status and Potential of the Peroryctidae Family to Improve Food Security in Papua New Guinea Cornelio, David Lopez
JURNAL MANAJEMEN HUTAN TROPIKA Vol 16, No 3 (2010)
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As the importance and threats of wildlife resources in Melanesia are widely recognized, their appropriate use is critical to achieve sustainable development in the country. An underestimated relationship between the status of the species with forest condition and food security is discussed. Being as nutritious as conventional imported red meats, bandicoots are also considered as the most rapidly breeding marsupial. The taxonomy, morphology, habitat, and reproductive characteristics of the family Peroryctidae (bandicoots) are succinctly described in order to elucidate the species potential in continuous controlled harvests in the wild and its eventual farming, until now successful abroad with one species from a related family. This effort requires the application of proper regulations that guarantee continuous harvests in accordance to the population dynamics.Keywords: wildlife, food security, bandicoots, meat sources, forest degradation
Strategi Pengembangan Ekowisata di Kabupaten Kepulauan Yapen Provinsi Papua (Ecotourism Development Strategy in the Yapen Islands, Papua Province) K, Karsudi; Soekmadi, Rinekso; Kartodihardjo, Hariadi
JURNAL MANAJEMEN HUTAN TROPIKA Vol 16, No 3 (2010)
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Yapen Islands Regency has a very potential and feasible capital to be developed as a tourism attraction object. However, its ecotourism management does not optimal because of several constraints such as lacking institutional capacity of ecotourism management, weak attraction management, less spatial planning of tourism, and ineffective promotion and marketing, as well as problems on regional security. This research was conducted to formulate strategies to develop the islands ecotourism. The results showed that most of the tourism attractions (sea, water, and land ecotourism objects) in Yapen were feasible for further development ecotourism attractions. However, some of the potential tourism objects were not yet possible to be developed due to some barriers and constraints, i.e. unsupportive market potential, bad access due to location of the objects, below-standard management and services, poor accommodation, and high similarity with other objects.  The research, therefore, recommends that pessimistic strategy should be applied in overcoming the problems.  The strategy should be supported by arrangement of the tourism space, development of attractions management, development of promotion and marketing, development of regulations and management in ecotourism organization, and creation of a conducive and secure situation, both within and outside the tourism area.Keywords: ADO-ODTWA, prospective analysis, pessimistic strategy, supply analysis ecotourism, Yapen Island 
Pemanfaatan Etnobotani dari Hutan Tropis Bengkulu sebagai Pestisida (Nabati Utilization of Ethnobotany from Bengkulu Tropical Forest as Biopesticide) Utami, Sri; Haneda, Noor Farikhah
JURNAL MANAJEMEN HUTAN TROPIKA Vol 16, No 3 (2010)
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Sumatra Island in Indonesia has a high potency of plants diversities. Traditional people  have a local wisdom, like using plants extract for pest control which considered as an alternative technique that practical, economical, and environmentally safe. The aim of this study was to do inventory on pest control plants widely used by traditional people in the island.  In order to analys the pest control efectivity of the plants, analysis on bioactivities of crude extracts on pest Spodoptera litura was done in invitro scale.  The research was carried out in Rejang Lebong District, Bengkulu.  Bioactivities test was done in Laboratory of Forest Protection, Palembang Forestry Research Institute. The results revealed as much as 25 species plants potential as biopesticide. Among these plants, 5 species used as fish poison, 17 species used as pesticide, 7 species used as rat poison, and 1 species used as nematode poison. Traditional people in Rejang Lebong District have a long history using these plants regularly to control some pests. Sitawar (Costus speciosus), puar kilat (Globba sp.), and legundi (Vitex trifolia) extracts affected mortalities and inhibitor S. litura development significantly. Keywords: ethnobotany, pest control, biopesticide, tropical forest, Spodoptera litura
Konflik Tanpa Henti: Permukiman dalam Kawasan Taman Nasional Halimun Salak (Enduring Conflict: Settlement in Halimun-Salak National Park Area) Prabowo, Sapto Aji; Basuni, Sambas; Suharjito, Didik
JURNAL MANAJEMEN HUTAN TROPIKA Vol 16, No 3 (2010)
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Conflicts between government and local peoples over national park resources have been occurring in Indonesia, for instance in the Halimun-Salak Mountain National Park (TNGHS).  The research were directed to describe the opinion, relationship, access, and rights of the peoples in term of the TNGHS resources utilization.  Further objectives were to identify the causes of the settlement problems at the TNGHS and to formulate the alternative solutions of the problems.  The results showed that conflicts at Halimun-Salak areas have been occurring since the Dutch colonization period. The policy of the TNGHS area expanding (from 40.000 to 113.357 ha) in 2003 and different perception between the government and the peoples regarding to the values to the forest had made the conflicts extended.  Choosing the most appropriate solution from 3 alternative solutions namely: solving the problems of resettlement and law enforcement, revising the policy of TNGHS extension, and accommodating settlement in the special zone were strongly recommended.Keywords: conflict management, Halimun-Salak National Park, local people, natural resources, property right
Pembangunan Kelembagaan Pinjaman Dana Bergulir Hutan Rakyat (Institutional Development for Community Forest Revolving Fund) Nugroho, Bramasto
JURNAL MANAJEMEN HUTAN TROPIKA Vol 16, No 3 (2010)
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Community forest (hutan rakyat, HR) in Java and Madura Island has been rapidly increasing. During 2003–2010 period, the average increment of HR was 200,000 ha year-1. Due to that, Ministry of Forestry wants to expand the financing services not only to community forest plantation through revolving fund scheme called as PDB-HTR (outside Java), but also to the development of community forest through a revolving fund scheme called as PDB-HR (in Java). Expansion of this service is basically an institutional development effort means improvement of the rules of the game (i.e. credit scheme) and player of the game (organizations). Analysis on this paper is directed to provide input for the institutional development for PDB-HR by the use of 5 approaches to institutional development, and institutional analysis and development framework (IAD). The results showed that there was a need to improve PDB-HTR scheme, including the basis of loan calculation, credit rationing, the target group, the credit ceiling, and the payment system. Based on institutional perspective, some principles that  should be followed to support the poor to access the credit were simplicity, accessibility, conformity, feasibility, sustainability, transparancy, supervisory, assisting and facilitating, and learning.Keywords: community forest, credit scheme, forest revolving fund, institutional development
Model Persamaan Massa Karbon Akar Pohon dan Root-Shoot Ratio Massa Karbon (Equation Models of Tree Root Carbon Mass and Root-Shoot Carbon Mass Ratio) ., Elias; Wistara, Nyoman Jaya; Dewi, Miranti; Purwitasari, Hania
JURNAL MANAJEMEN HUTAN TROPIKA Vol 16, No 3 (2010)
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The case study was conducted in the area of Acacia mangium plantation at BKPH Parung Panjang, KPH Bogor. The objective of the study was to formulate equation models of tree root carbon mass and root to shoot carbon mass ratio of the plantation. It was found that carbon content in the parts of tree biomass (stems, branches, twigs, leaves, and roots) was different, in which the highest and the lowest carbon content was in the main stem of the tree and in the leaves, respectively. The main stem and leaves of tree accounted for 70% of tree biomass. The root-shoot ratio of root biomass to tree biomass above the ground and the root-shoot ratio of root biomass to main stem biomass was 0.1443 and 0.25771, respectively, in which 75% of tree carbon mass was in the main stem and roots of tree. It was also found that the root-shoot ratio of root carbon mass to tree carbon mass above the ground and the root-shoot ratio of root carbon mass to tree main stem carbon mass was 0.1442 and 0.2034, respectively. All allometric equation models of tree root carbon mass of A. mangium have a high goodness-of-fit as indicated by its high adjusted R2.Keywords: Acacia mangium, allometric, root-shoot ratio, biomass, carbon mass
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)
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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
Model Penduga Produksi Kopal (Prediction Model for Copal Production) Irawan, Wien Setya Budhi; Suhendang, Endang; Matangaran, Juang Rata
JURNAL MANAJEMEN HUTAN TROPIKA Vol 13, No 3 (2007)
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The objective of this study was to find out the prediction model  for copal production (Y) by  the use of prediction variables. The variables were diameter (X1), bark thicknesses (X2), stand density (X3), slope (X4), and direction of the slope (X5). The study was conducted at Senduro Forest District, Probolinggo Forest Management Unit of Perum Perhutani, Unit II East Java. Data was collected from 80 sample trees of Agathis loranthifolia Salibs which were tapped on August 2006.  The  result of the study showed that there were several  regression prediction models  for  copal production:  doubled linear, multiplicative, exponential and quadratic regression models. Multiplicative regression model with the highest  R2-adj  value was  then chosen  as the best prediction model  for  copal production.  Thereby, production estimation model of copal production of Agathis loranthifolia Salis. was  LogY = 0.397 + 1.54 LogX1 + 0.496 LogX2  -  0.528 LogX3 + 0.201 LogX4  ; or Y = 2.4945X11.54X20.496X3-0.528X40.201; R-Sq =84.7%, R-Sq(Adj) = 83.7%.   Keywords:  multiplicative regression model, copal, diameter, bark thickness, stand density, slope
Pemanfaatan Ekosistem Mangrove bagi Minimasi Dampak Bencana di Wilayah Pesisir (The Use of Ecosytem Mangrove in Minimalize Disaster Impact in Beach Area) Karminarsih, Emi
JURNAL MANAJEMEN HUTAN TROPIKA Vol 13, No 3 (2007)
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Indonesian beach region laid down in the critical area on nature disaster like tsunami. Tsunami on December 26, 2004, has greatly destroyed beach region in several  districts in NAD and Nias.  This disaster had raised responses from Indonesian people, especially on attempt to reserve the beach area to  decrease the damaged of tsunami.  One  effort  on rehabilitation  the  damaged beach area were    through planting mangrove. Mangrove forest ecosystem are a unique beach ecosystem about form of steam, canopy and root system.  Growth the best on muddy beach with influenced by the high and low tide and salty water.   This vegetations have many important as a nature reserve beach area especially to minimized the disaster of tsunami. Besides this, the area and distribution of ecosystem mangrove  has decrease by continue until now. Tsunami on December 26,  2004 has bring the nations of Indonesia more be awared on the important to protect and conservation of mangrove forest. Government, private, and NGO, have the prioritas of savety beach area by planting mangrove. Keywords:  mangrove ecosystem, rehabilitation beach area, tsunami, Indonesia
Konsep Lima Kekuatan Porter untuk Membedah Kondisi Industri Rotan Indonesia (The Concept of Porter‘s Five Forces in Evaluating Indonesian Rattan Industry) Sumardjani, Lisman
JURNAL MANAJEMEN HUTAN TROPIKA Vol 15, No 1 (2009)
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Rattan is one of non timber product forest which is very famous in Indonesia. Indonesia has 350 from  the total of 600 rattan species in the world.  Indonesia rattan potential is getting more significant when it is known that among 350 species, only 53 species have been traded in both local and international market. Recently, Indonesia rattan industry facing some serious conditions, such as decreasing raw rattan production, dropping export volume and value of rattan product, and popping out the  imitation rattan.  Improper policy of government, by closing and opening the export the half-finished product of rattan without comprehensive consideration and analyzing become active catalyst of falling down for Indonesia rattan industry. Whereas in “Porter’s Five Forces” concept which was written by Michael Porter (1980), it was stated that the material component is one of five industrial environmental conditions. This concept can be used to analyze industry and company strategy development for looking at market interest.  Based on this concept, Indonesia has potential advantage as world’s main rattan supplier, because rattan can not be found in other place, except a little one.  In application stage, there are some steps can be done to return the glory of rattan, namely: assuring the market of round-semi finished rattan product is opened widely, guarantying the rattan product which has strong competitive value through design development and production cost efficiency, and national campaign to increase the usage of rattan product.Keywords: rattan, raw material, supplier, Porter’s five forces, market

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