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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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Jurnal Penelitian Kehutanan Wallacea Vol 6, No 2 (2017): Jurnal Penelitian Kehutanan Wallacea
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (960.056 KB) | DOI: 10.18330/jwallacea.2017.vol6iss2pp%p

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Front Cover JPK Wallacea Vol.6 Issue 2, 2017 masrum, masrum
Jurnal Penelitian Kehutanan Wallacea Vol 6, No 2 (2017): Jurnal Penelitian Kehutanan Wallacea
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Efforts to resolve the problem of forest area conservation on the national park in the island of Sumatra Desmiwati, NFN; Surati, NFN
Jurnal Penelitian Kehutanan Wallacea Vol 6, No 2 (2017): Jurnal Penelitian Kehutanan Wallacea
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In the frame of the implementation of good forest management, the certainty of the factually and legally forest area it is needed in order in order to have solid legal foundation. This means the stability on forest boundary areas it is required. This study aimed to carry out scrutiny of the stability of 11 national parks areas in Sumatra, and to recognize the development of stabilization of national parks. The study is conducted in 11 national parks in Sumatra consisting of 7 national parks as conservation forest management unit (CFMU) and 4 parks are not CFMU. The analysis approach used for the research was qualitative descriptive. The results showed that out of 11 national parks only 27.27% which has been structuring the outer boundary from end to end, meanwhile 72.72% have not done. This is because there are some boundaries areas that will be regulated still have problems with the community. Zonation structuring has been conducted by 10 National Park (90.91%) but 1 TN (9.09 have not done the zonation structuring yet). There are some national parks has not been define the boundary properly. Out of number of issues, some efforts  that need to be done are to clarify boundary markers on the national parks that can be recognized by all stakeholders, the the acceleration of zone marking and carried out in accordance with the interests of all stakeholders, as well as the need for community involvement in the management of national parks.
Preface JPK Wallacea Vol.6 Issue 2, 2017 masrum, masrum
Jurnal Penelitian Kehutanan Wallacea Vol 6, No 2 (2017): Jurnal Penelitian Kehutanan Wallacea
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High temperature drying properties and basic drying schedule of 5 lesser-known species from Riau Yuniarti, Karnita; Basri, Efrida
Jurnal Penelitian Kehutanan Wallacea Vol 6, No 2 (2017): Jurnal Penelitian Kehutanan Wallacea
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Drying process is a crucial stage in the utilization of any wood for construction and furniture purposes. The study aimed to: (i) investigate the sensitivity of several lesser-known wood species from natural forest in Riau to drying process at high temperature; and (ii) develop basic drying schedule for each wood. Five lesser-known species from Riau were investigated, namely punak (Tetramerista glabra), mempisang (Diospyros korthalsiana), pasak linggo (Aglaia argentea), meranti bunga (Shorea teysmanniana) and suntai (Palaquiumburckii). Modified Terazawa’s (1965) method was used for the experiment. The result shows that deformation was found for all species. The most severe deformation level was observed for both punak (score value of 4-6) and mempisang (score value of 4-5). On the other hand, pasaklinggo experienced the most severe initial end/surface check/split (score value of 6) and honeycombing (score value of 5). The result also showed that punak and pasaklinggo can be dried with the same drying schedule at the temperature range of 40-65° C and the humidity range of 38-88%. The proposed temperature and humidity ranges (or drying schedules) are 50-80° C and 28-80% for suntai, 50-70° C and 25-80% for mempisang, and 50-70° C and 40-84% for meranti bunga. Mempisang and suntai can use the same drying condition until fiber saturation point, then different drying condition applies.
Optimal rotation of sengon plantation in afforestation project: Review on research results of Suharlan 1975 Indrajaya, Yonky
Jurnal Penelitian Kehutanan Wallacea Vol 6, No 2 (2017): Jurnal Penelitian Kehutanan Wallacea
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Forests play an important role in climate change mitigation by absorbing carbon dioxide in the atmosphere. Additional revenue from carbon credits may change the optimal management of plantation forest.  This research aims to analyze the optimal rotation of joint production of timber and carbon sequestration of sengon stand in Java. The method used in this research is the profit maximization of forest stand obtained from wood sales and carbon credits (i.e. Hartman rule as a modification of Faustmann rule). The results of this study showed that (1) the biological rotation of sengon forest in site quality (SQ) III and IV are 6 and 5 years respectively, (2) Financial rotations of sengon forest in SQ III and IV are 8 and 6 years respectively, and (3) Additonal income from carbon sales in afforestation project will not lengthen the optimal rotation of sengon plantation.
Appendix JPK Wallacea Vol. 6 Issue 2 2017 masrum, masrum
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Bird responses to habitat change in the karst area of Bantimurung Bulusaraung National Park Putri, Indra A.S.L.P.; Broto, Bayu Wisnu; Ansari, Fajri
Jurnal Penelitian Kehutanan Wallacea Vol 6, No 2 (2017): Jurnal Penelitian Kehutanan Wallacea
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Birds are useful bioindicators to habitat changes. This study aims to determine the responses of birds to habitat change at Maros-Pangkep karst area, Bantimurung-Bulusaraung National Park. The research was carried out in three disturbance degrees (core-zone, wilderness-zone, and the community-gardens), which represents minimal, middle, and high interference level.  A modified square-line method was used to observe vegetation of bird habitat. Point count method was used to observe bird population. Data of the bird habitat vegetation was analyzed using vegetation density. The difference of vegetation composition was analyzed using Sorensen-similarity index. Data of the bird was analyzed using abundance, and indexes of Shannon-Weinner diversity, Simpson dominance, Pielou evenness, and Margalef species richness. Significant differences between the number of the individual bird were tested using one-way ANOVA, Tukey-Bonferroni test. The results showed that birds living in karst were sensitive to habitat changes. Birds responded through reducing the number of individuals and species, shifting the species of bird that has high importance value index from low tolerance species to high tolerance species. Birds also responded by shifting the feeding guild that has high important value index from frugivore to frugivore-insectivore and then to granivore, decreasing the number of bird species with large body size, reducing the number of bird species that need a special location to build nest. Considering that Maros-Pangkep Karst has vital roles, scientific values, and biodiversity richness, it is necessary to involve all stakeholders to maintain its sustainability, including the establishment of entire Maros-Pangkep Karst area as the karst-landscape area.
Basic properties and uses of agathis (Agathis hamii M. Dr.) wood from South Sulawesi Lempang, Mody
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Wood proper uses of tree species can be determined by it’s basic properties. This research was carried out to examine the basic properties (anatomical structure, chemical, physical and mechanical) of agathis (Agathis hamii M. Dr.) wood from natural forest in Sulawesi. Proper uses of wood was determined by considering their basic properties and uses which the local community have currently employed. Results revealed that agathis  heartwood is whitenish to yellow brownish colour;  fine texture; straigh grain; glossy; rather soft; moderate in specific gravity; moderate in dimensional shrinkage; strenght class III; high in cellulose and pentose content; low in lignin, extractive and ash content; remarkably long fiber and thin wall thickness; fiber grade is very good for pulp/paper manufacture. Appropirate uses of agathis are for light construction material in house building and certain ship components, furniture, handicraft and wood industry.
Diversity and determination of wildlife ‘umbrella species’ in the Gunung Leuser National Park Kuswanda, Wanda; Barus, Sriyanti Puspita
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The determination of ‘umbrella species’ in the wildlife conservation implementation is very important to be effective and directed. This study was aimed to obtain information wildlife diversity (primates and terrestrial mammals) and ‘umbrella species’ on various type of habitats to support conservation programs in the Gunung Leuser National Park (GLNP), of Besitang Watershed, North Sumatera. The research was carried for six months, from May to October 2015. The observation was made using combination of variable circular plot and strip transect methods. Determination of umbrella species is done through valuating by referring to the Department of Forestry criterias (2008). Primate were identified about 6 species and terrestrial mammal of 16 species. Primate and mammal diversity index are with the category of low to moderate with abudance index between 5.60-15.32. Based onassessment criteria and consideration to high conflict potential show that ‘umbrella species’ are elephant (Elephas maximus sumatranus Temminck, 1847). The wildlife conservation implications are recommended, such as to the elephants around GLNP, i.e to increase research wildlife distribution and population, habitat protection and population pockets, to develop a database and monitoring with geographic information systems (GIS), the minimization a hunting and law enforcement as well as mitigation wildlife conflicts, such as elephants and orangutans.

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