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Jurnal Penelitian Kehutanan Wallacea
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jurnal Penelitian Kehutanan Wallacea (JPK Wallacea) adalah publikasi ilmiah hasil penelitian bidang kehutanan dengan. Jurnal ini diterbitkan oleh Balai Penelitian dan Pengembangan Lingkungan Hidup dan Kehutanan Makassar yang sebelumnya bernama Balai Penelitian Kehutanan Makassar. JPK Wallacea diterbitkan dua kali setahun (April dan Agustus).
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IMPROVED FARMER’S CAPASITY MODEL OF PRIVATE FOREST MANAGEMENT: STUDIES IN RANGGANG VILLAGE, SOUTH KALIMANTAN Ruhimat, Idin Saepudin
Jurnal Penelitian Kehutanan Wallacea Vol 4, No 1 (2015): Jurnal Penelitian Kehutanan Wallacea
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Farmer’s capacity is one of the important factors that determine the success of private forest management. However, the farmer’s capacity level in several places is still low so that potentially to inhibiting successful of private forests management practices. This study aims to analyze the factors that affect farmer’s capacity level of private forests management practices, and to formulate improved farmer’s capacity model of private forests management in Ranggang Village, South Kalimantan. The data was analyzed by Structural Equation Model (SEM) with the help of SmartPls 2.0 M3. Results showed (1) learning experience level directly affect to farmer’s capacity while farmer’s characteristics, external support, social and cultural environment supporting, the role of extension, and information availability indirectly affect to farmer’s capacity of private forests management in Ranggang Village, and (2) improved farmer’s capacity model can be done by improving the farmer’s learning experience through intensive, scheduled, and suistainable education, training and extension with stakeholders support. 
CARBON SINK POTENCY IN THREE TYPES OF SAVANNA IN NUSA TENGGARA TIMUR Kurniawan, Hery; Yuniati, Dhany
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Province of Nusa Tenggara Timur (NTT) is well known for its savanna existency, where 22% of the land are savanna. There are eight savanna types based on dominant tree species which exist on the savanna. This study was conducted to provide emition/sequestration factor data and to know the ability of emiting or sequestrating Green House Gasses by measuring carbon sink in savanna areas. This paper presents carbon sink potency of three savanna types, i.e.huek (Eucalyptus alba) savanna, lontar (Borassus flabellifer) savana, and gewang (Corypha utan) savanna. The estimation was conducted to fourcarbon pool, i.e. above ground, wood necromass, non wood necromass and soil. The study shows that the mean of carbon sink potency in huek savanna is 537.18 ton/ha, the mean of carbon sink potency in gewang savanna is 58.21 ton/ha, and in lontar savanna is 52.68 ton/ha.
ANALISIS OF STREAM DISCHARGE OF MICRO WATERSHED AND ITS UTILIZATION POTENTIAL Nugroho, Hunggul Y.S.H.
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Trough understanding of hydrology characteristic of watershed, water resource can be  managed for wider goals such as economic, social, and sustainainable utilization.  In fact, current watershed managements have more been focused  on erosion, sedimentation, drought, and flood control and less attention paid on fulfilling the need of upper watershed inhabitat on water yield.  The research of Micro Watershed was conducted in three Micro Watersheds as representation of priority watersheds in South Sulawesi  namely Mamasa, Saddang, and Jeneberang. The aim was to find out stream discharge pattern of those three Micro Watershed related to precipitation, landuse and its utilization potential for local community.  The results showed that the more extensive forest cover, the better water yield and the higher its utilization potential . Concerning to precipitation and water yield, the three micro watersheds have the potentially to be source of water for irigation and household consumption.
THE GROWTH SUCCESS OF Alstonia scholaris (L.) R. Br. SHOOT CUTTINGS FROM SEVERAL SHOOTS POSITION AND THE CUT TYPE OF CUTTINGS Mashudi, Mashudi; Adinugraha, Hamdan Adma
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Alstonia scholaris (L) R.Rr. is one of the fast growing species has a wide distribution in Indonesia and good prospect to be developed for forest plantation. This species could be propagated both generative and vegetative method. This study was conducted to identify the effect of shoot position and the cut type of cuttings. The experiment was arranged in Randomized Complete Design in two factors. The fisrt factor was shoot position (P1= < 50 cm, P2=50-100 cm, P3=100-150 cm and P4=150-180 cm above ground) and second was the cut type of cuttings (horizontal, diagonal 45o and “V” types). The result showed that shoot position significantly influenced rooting ability and the growth of cuttings. The best result of shoot cuttings was taken from P3 treatment (100-150 cm above ground) with survival percentage 87.50%, rooting percentage 85.42%, growth of height 4.02 cm, with 10 number of root, length of root 19.08 cm and 4 number of leaf . The cut type of cuttings and interaction between shoot position and type of cuttings were not significantly differences to the growth of shoot cuttings.
SEEDS SORTATION BY SHIEVING TO IMPROVE SEED VIABILITY OF Eucalyptus pellita F. Mull Yuniarti, Naning; Megawati, Megawati; Leksono, Budi
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Eucalyptus pellita seeds have a very small size, so that it needed techniques of seed sorting using sieves to increase quality of the physical and the physiological. This study aims to determine sieve size for sorting seeds of E. pellita so as to maintain viability.  E. pellita seeds used in this study comes from seedling seed orchard (KBS) in southern Sumatra, South Kalimantan, and Riau. Seed sorting is done with some sieve size namely 200 µm, 400 µm, and 600 µm. Parameters measured were the purity, weight of 1000 grain seeds, and germination.  The results showed that the size of a 600 µm of sieve is appropriate for sorting seeds E.Pellita, because it can result in weight of 1000 grains (0.0362 grams), purity (60.54%) and higher germination percentage (184 sprouts/0.1 grams)  than the others.
THE UTILIZATION OF MICROHYDRO POWER TO ESTABLISH ENERGY SELF-SUFFICIENT VILLAGE Sallata, M. Kudeng; Nugroho, Hunggul Y.S.H.; Wakka, Abd. Kadir
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To enhance active participation of local communities in forest management, the benefit of forest services to fulfill their basic need should be maximized. This research has been carried out to examine the potential of forest and the village to be an energy self-sufficient village. The specific objectives of the research are to: 1) acquiring data of village potential for microhydro development, 2) establishing a microhydro installation by maximizing the benefit of water power, and 3) acquiring data of potential impact of microhydro development on well local community participation and awareness. The research methods were direct observation, interviews and descriptive analysis. Based on field situation, the design and manufacture of turbine engine has been assembled to produce electricity of 10 KVA.  Consumers were 131 households allied in group to operate the microhydro properly.  The establishment of microhydro have enhanced positive perception on forest-water yield, collective participation, awareness and sense of ownership of the villagers to forest ecosystem.
TOWARD COLLABORATIVE MANAGEMENT OF BANTIMURUNG BULUSARAUNG NATIONAL PARK, SOUTH SULAWESI PROVINCE Wakka, Abd. Kadir; Muin, Nurhaedah; Purwanti, Rini
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One of the missions of Bantimurung Bulusaraung National Park (Taman Nasional Bantimurung Bulusaraung – TN Babul) is to develop institutional and partnership/ collaboration in   natural resources and ecosystems management.  In terms of developing a collaborative management in TN Babul, collaborative activities of TN Babul should be implemented as the mission has been set. This study aims to provide an overview of the collaborative management foundation that has been built in realizing the mission of collaborative management of TN Babul. The data was collected through interviews with key informen such as village and district staffs, community leaders, related stakeholders, and lecturer of Hasanuddin University. Data were analyzed using qualitative descriptive models. The results showed that the foundation of collaborative management of TN Babul such as networking, coordination, and collaboration with other stakeholders, has not been well established. This condition affected the successful in achieving the mission.
DIVERSITY OF TUBER CROPS AND ARBUSCULAR MYCORRHIZAE FUNGI (AMF) UNDER COMMUNITY FOREST STAND IN SOUTH SULAWESI Prayudyaningsih, Retno; Nursyamsi, Nursyamsi
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Implementation of agroforestry system in community forest that incorporate local species Vitex cofassus (bitti), Toona sinensis (suren), Tectona grandis (teak) and Aleurites moluccana (candlenut) with seasonal crops such as tuber crops would create opportunities for local  people to improve the economic and food security. Tuber crops as the understory could be expected to reduce the rate of soil erosion and expand habitat of beneficia soil microorganisms such as arbuscular mycorrhizal fungi (AMF). The research aims to determine the diversity of tuber crops and AMF in the rhizosphere of tuber crops grown under community forest stands of bitti, suren, teak and candlelnut in South Sulawesi. Results showed that (1) there are 12 kinds of tuber crops that grow under community forest stands in which the 7 types are as alternative food sources, (2) Amorphophallus campanulatus (iles-iles/suweg) and Xanthosoma violaceum (kimpul) are species of tuber crops that is found growing under all of the commnunity forest stands, (3) all kinds of tuber crops that grow under the community forest stand associated with AMF, in which there are 3 AMF genus i.e Glomus sp. Acaulospora sp. and Gigaspora sp.with low spore density.
RESPONSE OF LANDUSE CHANGE ON HYDROLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF WAY BETUNG WATERSHED - LAMPUNG Mubarok, Zaenal; Murtilaksono, Kukuh; Wahjunie, Enni Dwi
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Change in landuse caused by a population increase from 114,973 people in 2007 to 134,792 people in 2012 (14.70% increased) has influenced the hydrological characteristics of Way Betung watershed. The Soil and Water Assesment Tools (SWAT) hydrological model could predict the hydrological characteristics influenced by the change in landuse. The aims of this study were: 1) to assess the impact of landuse change on hydrological characteristics; and, 2) to recommend the best landuse of Way Betung Watershed.The SWAT model was applied to simulate the change of landuse in Way Betung watershed. The effects of landuse change on the hydrological characteristics of Way Betung Watershed in 2001, 2006, and 2010 showed  the water yield of 874.66, 1047.70, and 774.04 mm respectively. The coefficient of surface runoff (C) for those three years were 0.16, 0.31, and 0.23, whereas the coeficient of river regime were 30.65, 66.25, and 53.57 respectively. The application of agrotechnology on agricultural land and in line with the functions of forest area (scenario 4) gave the best response towards hydrological characteristics in the form of 709.69 mm of water yield with C being 0.14, whereas the coeficient of river regime value was 3.66. 
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