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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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SUBMONTANE FOREST AT BANTIMURUNG BULUSARAUNG NATIONAL PARK: HOTSPOT OF BIRD DIVERSITY AND ITS MANAGEMENT CONSERVATION Putri, Indra A.S.L.P.
Jurnal Penelitian Kehutanan Wallacea Vol 4, No 2 (2015): Jurnal Penelitian Kehutanan Wallacea
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (1163.07 KB) | DOI: 10.18330/jwallacea.2015.vol4iss2pp115-128

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Submontane forest is considered as one of the biodiversity hotspot.  Scientific information on bird diversity in this forest, however are lacking.  The aim of this research was to find out submontane forest bird diversity and its conservation management.  The research was carried out in three forests areas at Bantimurung Bulusaraung National Park submontane forest.  Point Count method was used to observe bird population. Data were analyzed using Shannon-Weiner diversity index, Pielou Evenness index, Simpson dominance index, Margalef species richness index, and Sorensen Similarity index. The significance different between the number of individual bird was tested using Kolmogorov-Smirnov test.  The result showed that submontane forest at Bantimurung Bulusaraung National Park is rich in bird diversity, bird endemic species and protected bird species.  There was a significant different on the number of individual bird at several human disturbance levels.  Based on these conditions, it is important to enhance understanding of the local people regarding zonation and develop cooperation with many stakeholders to increase the local community awareness concerning forest conservation. It is also necessary to ensure the sustainability of the National Park’s conservation program to maintain the submontane forest conservation.
SUITABILITY OF GERMINATION MEDIA, WEANING MEDIA AND SHADING TREATMENT ON LADA-LADA (Micromelum minutum Wight & Arn) AS HOST PLANT OF Papilio peranthus FOR BUTTERFLY HABITAT IMPROVEMENT Suryanto, Heri
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Butterfly population in Bantimurung Bulusaraung National Park is significantly decreasing. One way to keep the sustainability of this endemic and distinctive species is to carry out planting of fodder plants. Lada-lada (Micromelum minutum) is one species of fodder plants. The most important thing in planting fodder plant is to provide seedling stock. The aim of this research is to find out the best germination media, weaning media and shadingof lada-lada in order to optimize seedling production. The research utilized Randomized Block Design with 3 replications. The results showed that Micromellum minutum can be sown in soil, sand and rice husk. Best weaning media and shading for Micromellum minutum seedling is mixing media which consist of soil, manure and rice husk with composition 1:1:1 with 50% shade intensity.
GENETIC PARAMETERS ON COMBINATION PROVENANCE-PROGENY TEST OF Araucaria cunninghamii ORIGIN FROM MANOKWARI (PAPUA) IN BONDOWOSO, EAST JAVA Setiadi, Dedi; Fauzi, M. Anis
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Araucaria cunninghamii as long fiber pulp raw material needs to be considered in the future which is currently imported from other countries to supply long-fiber pulp raw material in Indonesia. The improved seed sources need to be prepared early to determine the genetic gain. Combination provenance-progeny test of A.cunninghamii in Bondowoso, East Java is one of the researches that it was built to produce improved seed of A.cunninghamii in the future. The trial is laid out in Randomized Complete Block Design (RCBD) with 28 families, 4 trees per plot and 8 replicate with a spacing of 4 x 3 m. The results show that the average of height and diameter growth at the age of 5 and 10 years were 5.47 m; 8.20 cm and 16.05 m; 20.59 cm, volume/ha of the trees were 8.02 m3/ha and 74.52 m3/ha, and mean annual increment for volume were 1.60 m3/ha/year and 7.45 m3/ha/year. At 5 years old, stem diameter was significant between provenances, while at the age of 10 years significant differences for both traits. At the age of 5 and 10 years of family and individual heritability values were moderate, h2f = 0.40 - 0.50, h2i = 0.2 - 0.3; and h2f = 0.40 - 0.47, h2i = 0.28 - 0.29, while within family heritability (h2wf) was 0.41 - 0.48). Genetic correlation at age of 5 and 10 years was quite high (rg=0.62; 0.82). Estimation of genetic gain for height and diameter by within family selection was 0.10% and 0.07% for 5 years and 0.53% and 1.01% for 10 years.
THE DIFFERENCE OF MACHINING PROPERTIES OF TIMO (Timonius sericeus (Desf) K. Schum.) And KABESAK WOOD (Acacia leucophloea (Roxb.) Willd.) FROM EAST NUSA TENGGARA Rianawati, Heny; Siswadi, Siswadi; Setyowati, Retno
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Machining properties is one of the parameters to determine the quality of the wood. Tests on machining properties of wood are important to know the easiness level of workmanship as raw materials of furniture industry, construction wood and other wood products. This research was aimed at determining the difference of machining properties between timo wood (Timonius sericeus (Desf) K. Schum.) and kabesak wood (Acacia leucophloea (Roxb.) Willd.) from the village of Reknamo, Kupang district, East Nusa Tenggara. Testing procedures were based on ASTM D1666 including: planning, shaping, sanding, drilling and turning. The observation of qualities of the machining were done visually by calculating the percentage of defects that arise on the surface of the samples after the machining process, then the qualities were classified into five quality classes. The results showed that the machining properties of timo wood and kabesak wood were very good and belonging to the quality of class I. The significant difference between the machining properties of both the timbers is in the sanding properties, where the average free defect of sanding timo wood is 85% while kabesak wood is 84.5%. Both timo and kabesak wood are suitable as raw material, for the variety of furniture and molding products.
ALTITUDINAL GRADIENT AFFECTS ON TREES AND STAND ATTRIBUTES IN MOUNT CIREMAI NATIONAL PARK, WEST JAVA, INDONESIA Rozak, Andes Hamuraby; Gunawan, Hendra
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Understanding the effect of altitude on trees and stand attributes of tropical forests is crucial for the development of effective management and conservation strategies.  However, study on this issue in Mount Ciremai National Park is still lacking.  A total of 136 plots were set on the eastern slope of Mount Ciremai in Mount Ciremai National Park and investigated in six different altitudes: 500 m a.s.l., 840 m a.s.l., 1,300 m a.s.l., 1,400 m a.s.l., 1,780 m a.s.l., and 2,530 m a.s.l.  The objective of this study was to analyze the effect of altitude to trees and stand attributes i.e. species and family richness, tree density, basal area, and tree biomass. The changes on trees and stand attributes to altitudinal gradient were analyzed using regression analysis.  The result showed that tree species number, family number, tree basal area, and tree biomass significantly declined with increasing altitude, meanwhile tree density significantly increased with increasing altitude.  These findings indicate a distinct effect of altitude on tree and stand attributes in Mount Ciremai National Park.
IN-VITRO ANTAGONISM EXPERIMENT OF Trichoderma spp. TO Ganoderma sp. WHICH ATTACKS SENGON TREES Dendang, Benyamin
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Ganoderma  sp. is a pathogenic fungus that can cause root rot in  sengon  (Falcataria mollucana) plantation. Ganoderma sp. is difficult to detect because the symptoms are simillar to symptoms of other root diseases. The experiment was conducted at the Laboratory of the Faculty of Forestry IPB with aims to determine in vitro growth rate of colony diameter of Ganoderma sp. and Trichoderma spp. and also to  obtain the ability of Trichoderma spp. in inhibiting the growth of colonies of isolates of Ganoderma sp. on PDA and MEA medium. The result shows that diameter of colony isolat Ganoderma  sp.  growth on PDA media (7,09 mm/day) was faster than the growth on MEA media (5,41 mm/day). The growth rate of the colony diameter of Trichoderma spp. isolates on PDA were 69,67 mm/day, 56.49 mm/day, and 42,04 mm/dayfor T.viride, T.harzianum and T.pseudokoningii, respectively. While, using the MEA media obtained an average value of growth of diameter colony isolates were 77,29 mm/day, 66,50 mm/day, and 59,67 mm/day) for T.pseudokoningii, T.harzianum and T.viride, respectively. The highest percentage of inhibiting barriers of Trichoderma spp. was T.harzianum  than T.pseudokoningii (59,76%) and T.viride (46,47%).
Front Cover JPK Wallacea Vol.4 Issue.2, 2015 masrum, masrum
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SPATIAL DISTRIBUTION OF CROP OF PRODUCING CAJUPUT OIL IN WASUR NATIONAL PARK Junaidi, Edy; Winara, Aji; Siarudin, Mohamad; Indrajaya, Yonky; Widiyanto, Ary
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The utilization of cajaput tree species for cajuput oil production in the Wasur National Park (NP) should be supported by accurate data and information. It becomes important because uncontrolled exploitation can lead to disruption of the national park function. This study aims to determine the spatial distribution of three cajuput tree species, i.e Asteromyrtus symphyocarpa, Melaleuca cajuputi and Melalueca viridiflora existed in Wasur NP region. The results of this study showed that, in general, the distribution of those three cajuput oil species mostly in Yanggandur area. They are mainly concentrated around the Yanggandur village, Mbembi village, Wasur village and Sota village. Those species were mostly found around wamps, especially in the Sermayam, Rawa Buaya and Rawa Biru. The total area of those three species was 103,011.75 ha, which was dominated by A.symphyocarpa (8.30% of the total area of the NP), followed by M.cajuputi (8.27% of the total area of the NP) and M.viridiflora (7.03% of the total area of the NP). In general, A. symphyocarpa dominantly grow on type of Kambisol soil, where as M.cajuputi and M.viridi flora dominantly grow on soils type of Kambisol and Gleysol.
LOCAL PERSPECTIVES ON TENURE RIGHTS AND CONFLICT IN FMU RINJANI BARAT, WEST NUSA TENGGARA PROVINCE Handoko, Cecep; Yumantoko, Yumantoko
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Local perspectives on tenurial rights and conflict needs to be known in overcoming forest tenurial conflict thoroughly. Aiming at knowing this local perspective, study was conducted in FMU Rinjani Barat in 2013 at the villages of Senaru, Santong and Rempek, North Lombok District. Research activities included literatures review, and interview. Data were analyzed using CDA and multiple linier regression.  Results indicated that there is need for rearrangement of forest rule and the propriety of the rule, improving forest management, and accommodation to various interests on forest land as well as resources. In high forest destruction condition, forest tenurial conflict resolution should be done in the context of sustainable management which was accompanied by an increase in communication, cooperation, alignment, and mentoring to community. Related to these efforts, law enforcement is needed for improving sustainability of management, and avoiding irregularities in implementation of forest management.
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