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Selective Cutting and Line Planting (TPTJ) silvicultural systems and Indonesian Selective Cutting and Planting (TPTI) are two of the five silvicultural systems that have been determined by the Ministry of Forestry Regulation No. P.11/Menhut-II/2009 juncto P.65/Menhut-II/2014 concerning...

Author(s)
Tirkaamiana, M. T.; Susilowati, A.
Publisher
TALENTA Publisher, Universitas Sumatera Utara, Medan, Indonesia
Citation
Journal of Sylva Indonesiana, 2020, 3, 1, pp 46-59
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Multiple sampling technique was applied to estimate ramin (Gonystylus bancanus) standing stock in peat swamp forest by combining imagery analysis (phase I) and field measurement (phase II). The objectives of this research were to obtain (1) estimation model of stand volume, (2) estimation model of ...

Author(s)
Samsuri; Jaya, I. N. S.; Lastini, T.; Purnama, E. S.
Publisher
TALENTA Publisher, Universitas Sumatera Utara, Medan, Indonesia
Citation
Journal of Sylva Indonesiana, 2018, 1, 1, pp 6-15
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The majority of wild orangutans are found outside of the protected areas, including in coal mining areas which generally overlapping with orangutan habitat. Thereby, mining ensured a direct impact on orangutans. Opportunities orangutans to survive in the mining area depends on various factors, one...

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Niningsih, L.; Alikodra, H. S.; Atmoko, S. S. U.; Mulyani, Y. A.
Publisher
Department of Forest Management, Faculty of Forestry, Bogor Agricultural University (IPB), Bogor, Indonesia
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Jurnal Manajemen Hutan Tropika, 2017, 23, 1, pp 37-49
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Repeated forest fires highly impact on tree species composition. Forest planning requires information about the current condition of species composition. This paper investigates the current tree composition of natural regeneration after repeated forest fires, regeneration process after repeated...

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Rahayu, S.; Basuni, S.; Kartono, A. P.; Hikmat, A.; Noordwijk, M. van
Publisher
Research, Development and Innovation Agency, Ministry of Environment and Forestry, Jakarta, Indonesia
Citation
Indonesian Journal of Forestry Research, 2017, 4, 2, pp 95-106
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Leaf diseases on Eucalyptus pellita in plantation forest at Sebulu, East Kalimantan was studied. E. pellita is often grown in monoculture and can be susceptible to disease whether grown in the nursery or field. Currently, in the plantation of PT Surya Hutani Jaya, Sebulu is developing E. pellita,...

Author(s)
Arsensi, I.; Mardji, D.
Publisher
Academia Publishing House, Leeds, UK
Citation
Academia Journal of Agricultural Research, 2016, 4, 11, pp 639-646
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Based on a survey about perceptions of industrial tree plantations of 606 respondents living in the vicinity of such plantations over three Indonesian islands, a clear divide was recorded, with evidence of more negative perceptions around acacia (pulp and paper) plantations in Sumatra and...

Author(s)
Pirard, R.
Publisher
Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), Jakarta, Indonesia
Citation
CIFOR Infobrief, 2016, No.152, pp 4 pp.
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Industrial timber plantations are controversial in many parts of the world. Indonesia provides an interesting case study, with its history of conflicts over land use and current ambitions for plantation expansion. This study investigated perceived impacts of plantations on nearby rural populations. ...

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Pirard, R.; Petit, H.; Baral, H.; Achdiawan, R.
Publisher
Center for International Forestry Research (CIFOR), Jakarta, Indonesia
Citation
CIFOR Occasional Paper, 2016, No.149, pp vii + 31 pp.
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Recent studies of fast growing species grown in PT. Sari Bumi Kusuma, Central Kalimantan, show that based on their fiber dimensions there are five species, namely Endospermum diadenum, Dillenia spp., Adinandra dumosa, Adiandra sp., and Nauclea junghuhnii with good potential for pulp and paper...

Author(s)
Adi, D. S.; Wahyuni, I.; Risanto, L.; Rulliaty, S.; Hermiati, E.; Dwianto, W.; Watanabe, T.
Publisher
Research, Development and Innovation Agency, Ministry of Environment and Forestry, Jakarta, Indonesia
Citation
Indonesian Journal of Forestry Research, 2015, 2, 1, pp 21-29
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Shorea leprosula seedlings planted at 5-m intervals along 3-m wide cleared lines at 20-m intervals through twice-logged forests in Kalimantan grew rapidly in dbh (diameter at 1.3 m) but at age 14-15 years, had branch-free stems that averaged 11% shorter than those of naturally-regenerated trees of...

Author(s)
Hardiansyah, G.; Ruslandi; Hidayat, D.; Nugraha, A.; Mahardi, M.; Putz, F. E.
Publisher
Forest Research Institute Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Citation
Journal of Tropical Forest Science, 2015, 27, 3, pp 420-426
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The biodiversity status of insects in plantations in the tropics is little known. To evaluate the biodiversity restoration function of the plantation, we compared the species richness and species composition of butterfly assemblages in three plantations of Acacia mangium, two ex-forest grasslands...

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Matsumoto, K.; Noerdjito, W. A.; Fukuyama, K.
Publisher
Forest Research Institute Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Citation
Journal of Tropical Forest Science, 2015, 27, 1, pp 47-59

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