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Population of Lowland Anoa (Bubalus depressicornis Smith) in Tanjung Amolengu Wildlife Reserve Southeast Sulawesi, Indon Mustari, Abdul Haris
MEDIA KONSERVASI Vol 5, No 1 (1996): Media Konservasi
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Pengamatan populasi anoa dataran rendah dilakukan di Suakamargasatwa Tanjung Amolengu dari tanggal 20 Agustus 1994 sampai dengan tanggal 8 Maret 1995. Luas suaka margasatwa tersebut 500 ha terdiri dari hutan primer, hutan sekunder, hutan peralihan (transitional forest), dan hutan mangrove. Delapan ekor anoa dicatat berdasarkan metode konsentrasi, 11 dan 12 ekor anoa dicatat berdasarkan metode jalur dan 10 ekor anoa dicatat berdasarkan metode jejak kaki (footprint). Sex ratio 1:1 perbandingan anak : setengah dewasa : dewasa adalah 2:1:5. Kepadatan populasi 1,6 ekor anoa/km2.
Significant Bio-Ecological Parameters in Long Tailed Macaque (Macaca fascicularis) Business Santosa, Yanto
MEDIA KONSERVASI Vol 5, No 1 (1996): Media Konservasi
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Macaque (Macaca fascicularis) is one of a promising export commodities. To be aMe to maintain their preservation alld to reach an optimal and sustainable production level, there need to be captive breeding efforts. Significant information on the biology, ecology and population demographic parameters of these mscsques have been analyled from various literaturea and direct observations, in seven1 captive breeding sites.
Observation on Waterbirds in Indramayu-Cirebon Coastal Area, West Java Widodo, W; Noor, Yus Rusila; Wirjoatmodjo, S
MEDIA KONSERVASI Vol 5, No 1 (1996): Media Konservasi
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A waterbird observation was conducted in October and November 1990 along the northern coast of West Java from lndramayu to Cirebon. During the study 27 waterbird species of 10 families were recorded. They inhabited two different types of habitats, i.e., pond and mudflat habitats, where several kinds of food resources can be found in large numbers, especially species feed on insects and other benthic invertebrate. More attention are needed for two species i.e., Oriental Pralincole and Milky Stork. The Oriental Pratincole, Glnrroln maldiwarum, is a good insect predator in the paddy field, but its population is threatened due to overcaptured by local people for food. Glareoln mcrldi~~nrumis the most abundant species while Ixohrychus cint~nmomeusa ndAmnurornisphocnicurus are the rarest.
Potention and Substained Utilization Effort of Medicinal Plants in Meru Betiri National Park Wibowo, Tri; Utama, Puja; AMZU, Ervizal
MEDIA KONSERVASI Vol 3, No 2 (1991): Media Konservasi
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Mend Betiri National Park is a conservation area inhabited by various jind of genetic resource, among others medicinal plants. Such areacontain less 88 medicinal plant species that potensially plqys a role as genetic resource for devoloprnent efforts of medicinal plants cultivation out of the national park area. The pattern of sustainable utilization of genetic resource in Meru Betin´National Park is buffer zone management. In such area, the people are giuded to grow medicinal plants where is seeh are gained from the national park The plants that had been tried to be grown in buffer zone area were cube jawa (&Pretrofractum) and kemuhs (Piper cubeba)
Outdoor Recreation Development in Forest Land Sunarminto, Tutut
MEDIA KONSERVASI Vol 5, No 1 (1996): Media Konservasi
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One of the many forest benefits, that is very potential to be developed is nature recreation service, due to the increase tendency of nature recreation demand. However, due to the difficulties to clearly see the economical benefits of tourism and recreation activities in forested land especially conservation areas, have caused few investors who are willing to involve themselves in the field of nature recreation service. According to various research, there is a great consumer surplus in outdoor recreation activities and results show increase number of visitors in a conservation areas from year to year.
ASPEK EKONOMI PENGUSAHAAN TAMAN BURU MASIGIT KAREUMBI KABUPATEN SUMEDANG JAWA BARAT (The Economic Aspect of the Exertion Masigit Kareumbi Hunting Park in the Regency of Sumedang West Java) Hernadi, A.; Santosa, Yanto; Bahruni, .; Nitibaskara, T. Unu
MEDIA KONSERVASI Vol 12, No 1 (2007): Media Konservasi
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Masigit Kareumbi Hunting Park (MKHP) as one of the 14 hunting parks exist in Indonesia has a prospective future. The potency of biophysic area which cover the area, accessibility, topography and vegetation condition can prospectively be exerted. In the other side, there is a tendency to exert hunting sport either for domestic hunters or foreigen hunters is a good chance for MKHP improvement. This research is aimed at analyzing economic prospect of MKHP exertion through the calculation of Net Present Value (NPV), Benefits Cost Ratio (BCR) and Internal Rate of Return (IRR). MKHP area has a natural power of attraction like flora, fauna, ecosystem or natural phenomenon to be developed through hunting activity, natural tourism, cultures, research, science and embrio supply for cultivation. Based on the analisys, the main activity for improving MKHP is by setting the plan, enclave relocation, infra structure establishment and the other things which support it. Besides to fulfill the conservation function, the preservation of habitat and population must be greatly paid attention. Two options are done to analyze this, that is through (1) exerting MKHP in the aspect of hunting and ecotourism, and (2) exerting MKHP in the aspect special hunting. The financial analysis shows that the MKHP exertion with the price $ 1.500 and $ 750 for deer and $ 150 and $ 100 for pig (trophy and non trophy) in the rate of 9% from hunting and ecotourism it gains NPV Rp 50.160.631.000,00 and BCR 1,677 (with breeding). But the exertion without breeding it gains NPV Rp 24.955.315.000,00 and BCR 1,476. The exertion through both scenarios is reasonable to do. The exertion from special hunting with breeding scenario is obtained NPV Rp 36.896.371.000,00 and BCR 1,548. The MKHP exertion through the special hunting without breeding result NPV Rp 19.2933690.000,00 and BCR 1,386. This means the exertion is acceptable.Keyword : Activity development, cost, benefits, opportunity, resources potency
Kajian Faktor Lingkungan Fisik Pinus merkusii Jungh et de Vries Ras Kerinci di Resort KSDA Bukit Tapan, Kawasan Taman Nasional Kerinci Seblat, Jambi ., Istomo; Kusmana, Cecep; Roswandi, Syafda
MEDIA KONSERVASI Vol 7, No 1 (2000): Media Konservasi
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Species of Pinus merkusii Jungh et de Vries of Kerinci is a unique variety, because this species grows naturally in southernKerinci Mountain. Objectives of this research were to identify growth distribution of P. merkusii Kerinci variety based on field condition and to determine important physically factors for growth of P. merkusii Kerinci variety. This research was conducted in montane rain forest of Bukit Tapan, Kerinci Seblat national park region for two months (April-May 1996). This research used multiply plot sampling with rectangular form (20 m x 20 m) in 24 the research sampling plots. Soil samples were taken from each plot for soil c h d s t i c analysis. Data was analyzed by vegetation analysis, ordination, and multiple regression linear by stepwise procedure to identify mostinfluence´s physical factors. Research was found 47 trees species classified within 39 genus and 25 family. The 24 permanent plots wen dominated by P. merkusii (IVI = 115.33%). Number of P. merkusii in each permanent plot among 1-13 trees. Range of basal area of pines between 0.66 m2ha and 39.08 m21ha whereas non-pines among 4.06 m2ha and 13.88 m h a . The result of research showed that P.merkusii Kerinci variety grow well in Litosol soil, with sandy clay texture, with proportion of sand : dust : clay are 14 : 5 : 1 or I5 : 4 : 1, 53.21-56.48% of porosity and 1.14-1.24 g/cc of bulk density.
The Utilization of Public Land and Environmental Management in Transmigration Settlement Basuni, Sambas
MEDIA KONSERVASI Vol 3, No 2 (1991): Media Konservasi
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Environmental ´problems basical& start with lack of awareness on good environment. I f we rela this problem with land ownership, the public land usual& has its own problem due to lack ofpersonal responsibiliiy in managing the public land Thir paper attempts to present some ideas in environmental management in transmigration settlement. In general, land in transmigration settlement can be categorized into two major usages, ic, production area and non-pabction area. The nan-productionareas occasiunally ean cause environmentalproblems in nansmig7ation settlement.
Masalah Pelestarian Jalak Bali Alikodra, Hadi S
MEDIA KONSERVASI Vol 7, No 1 (2000): Media Konservasi
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Lhuing the times of the census 1974 - 1981 the Bali mynah population steadily increased, but from 1983 - 1986 it has steadily decreased. At present the population of the Bali mynah is declining at an alarming rate, so it needs a realistic conservation programme designed to enhance the survival of this species. The population decline is related to the environmental resistance, such as : illegal hunting, forest fine, and habitat destruction due to human pressure.
HABITUASI PADA RUSA TOTOL (Axis axis Erxleben, 1777) DI PENANGKARAN DENGAN PANGGILAN, WARNA PAKAIAN DAN URIN (Habituation of Axis Deer – Axis axis Erxleben, 1777 in Captive Breeding by Calling, Clothes Colour and Urine) Sukriyadi, .; Thohari, Machmud; Masyud, Burhanuddin
MEDIA KONSERVASI Vol 11, No 3 (2006): Media Konservasi
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The experiment was carried out to study habituation of axis deer in captive by calling, urine and clothes colour. Fifteen individuals of axis deer (7 males and 8 females) were used to test the effect of calling, urine and clothes color to adaptation and habituation of deer, using factorial with simple ramdom design. Four colorurs of keeper wear were tested in this experiment i.e. green, red, black and yellow. Calling treatment was conduted by keeper sound using tape recorder. To test the effect of urine was conducted by adding feed with the keepr’s urine. The deers was classified into two age groups (adult, sub adult and adolescent) and sex (male and female). Distance between deer to keeper was used to determine the effect of treatment. Result of research showed that deers were positive response to the calling, colour of clothes and urine adding in the food by moving to near the keeper. Red colour of clothes were better response than the others. According to the age-classes of deer, research showed that adult female deers were faster adapt than the others. In conclusion, treatment by using calling (sound), red colour of clothes and added of urine into deer’s food were positive to faster of adaptation and habituation process of deers in captivity.Key words: habituation, Axis axis, calling, urine, colour.

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