Amran Achmad
Universitas Hasanuddin, Jl. Perintis Kemerdekaan km 10, Makassar Sulawesi Selatan Tlp. 0411-585917 Fax 0411-589592

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KEANEKARAGAMAN JENIS BURUNG PADA HUTAN DATARAN RENDAH DI KOMPLEKS GUNUNG BULUSARAUNG TAMAN NASIONAL BANTIMURUNG BULUSARAUNG Maulany, Risma Illa; Lira, Jumriah; Achmad, Amran; Achmad, Nida' Sari
PERENNIAL Vol 15, No 1 (2019)
Publisher : Forestry Faculty of Universitas Hasanuddin

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24259/perennial.v15i1.6791

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Lowland Forest at the complex of Bulusaraung mountain  in the Bantimurung Bulusaraung National Park is one of important habitat of birds in South Sulawesi. This study aimed to identify bird’s diversity in the Lowland Forest of Bantimurung Bulusaraung National Park for ecotourism purposes. This research was carried out for 2 months between April and May 2018. The data were gathered by using line transect method. The data were analyzed by using Shannon-Weiner diversity index, Evenness index, Margalef species richness index, and Sorensen Similarity index. The result of the study showed that, there were 23 species of birds found in the three lines of observation tracks. There were 19 species  found in Balleanging, 12 species  in Kattokaddaro and 15 species  found in Tompobulu.The highest value of bird diversity index was found in Tompobulu (H '= 1,73) followed by Balleanging (H' = 1,54) and Kattokaddaro routes (H '= 1,43). Therefore, the diversity of bird species in the three observation pathways can be used as objects and attractions in the development of ecotourism based on bird watching in wildlife conservation efforts.
Interpretasi Objek Wisata di Taman Wisata Alam Cani Sirenreng, Kabupaten Bone Maulany, Risma Illa; Rachman, Muhammad Fiqhi; Achmad, Amran
PERENNIAL Vol 14, No 2 (2018)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24259/perennial.v14i2.5647

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Cani Sirenreng Nature Tourism Park is located in the  Bone Regency  which is under managed of Bureau Agency of the Conservation of The Natural Resources of South Sulawesi. This research aims to develop materials for the purposes of the interpretation of natural attractions in Cani Sirenreng Nature Tourism Park. The tourism object of Cani Sirenreng Nature Tourism Park was studied based on block utilization. The tourism object interpreted are physical, biological (flora and fauna) and social-cultural around the park. The first track was the track to Baruttunge Waterfall which became the main object with a height of 70 m waterfall, which is formed on the three levels of waterfalls. The second track was  the track to Coppo Cempa which featuring rows of hills and panoramic sunrise or sunset. In the track of  Coppo Cempa, there were 27 species of birds found here including Sulawesi Serpent Eagle  and Rofous Wingged Buzzard which were protected under the regulation. Direct interaction with the community around and viewing direct harvesting of nira of sugar palm can also be done in this track. This information can be used as the interpretation material to visitors coming to Cani Sirenreng Nature Tourism ParkKey words: Nature Tourism Park; potential of nature tourism; track (interpretation) tourism.
Persepsi Masyarakat Terhadap Rencana Pembangunan Ekowisata Karst Di Desa Sambueja, Kecamatan Simbang, Kabupaten Maros Mahbub, Asar Said; Wahyunira, Andi; Achmad, Amran
PERENNIAL Vol 14, No 2 (2018)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24259/perennial.v14i2.5648

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Sambueja Village is one of the villages in Maros Regency which has a karst area that must be protected in total because its function as a water storage and has a variety of ecotourism potential that can be developed and can support the development of ecotourism activities. The role and participation of the community in ecotourism is an important thing that distinguishes it from other forms of tourism. Because perception is a fundamental element that needs to be known before planning activities that will involve the local community. This study aims to determine the public perception of the karst ecotourism development plan in Sambueja Village, Simbang District, Maros Regency. The results of the study can be seen that the perception of the people of Sambueja Village is a positive perception of the karst ecotourism development plan. The majority of the community stated that they did not object if the village of Sambueja was built and developed as an ecotourism village, but it requires that its development and development must refer to the concept of tourism which takes into account the preservation of environmental functions, ecological potential and maintaining cultural values in the local communityKey words: Sosial Perception; Karst Ecotourism
IDENTIFIKASI POTENSI OBYEK EKOWISATA DESA BONTO MASUNGGU, KECAMATAN TELLU LIMPOE, KABUPATEN BONE Maulany, Risma Illa; Putri, Andi Utami Batari; Achmad, Amran
PERENNIAL Vol 14, No 1 (2018)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24259/perennial.v14i1.4997

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The village of Bonto Masunggu is one of the villages in Tellu Limpoe District, Bone Regency. This research aims to know the potential object of ecotourism, cultural and biophysical data in the form of community in the village of Bonto Tellu Limpoe, Kecamatan Masunggu, Kabupaten Bone. There are two locations namely lane Waterfall Showdown-Showdown and the Waterfall Poko ' Pinjeng. The observed variables i.e. biological potential (flora and fauna), the potential physical and cultural community in the village of Bonto Tellu Limpoe, Kecamatan Masunggu, Kabupaten Bone. The first location is the path of the waterfall a showdown-Showdown that has high 24.9 meters and width of 18.3 meters. There are different types of Bitti (Vitex coffasus) valued economic and trade and bird species endemic to Sulawesi Thrush (Geomalia heinrichi) geomalia is included in the list of the IUCN category (NT) and the Sulawesi Hornbill (Aceros cassidix) is endemic to sulawesi at once included in the list of protected IUCN categories (VU). The second location is the path of the waterfall Poko ' Pinjeng have 41 meters and a width of 43 metres. Terapat 21 species of birds including Kring-kring yellow chest (Prioniturus flavicans) is endemic to Sulawesi which includes list of IUCN categories (NT). Key words: the potential object of ecotourism, Camping ground, Waterfall, Sapi-sapiria cave
Desain Tapak Perkemahan Konservasi di Laboratorium Lapangan Konservasi Sumberdaya Hutan dan Ekowisata Hutan Pendidikan Unhas Achmad, Amran; Oka, Ngakan Putu; Barkey, Roland; Achmad, Nida Sari
PERENNIAL Vol 14, No 2 (2018)
Publisher : Forestry Faculty of Universitas Hasanuddin

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24259/perennial.v14i2.5646

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This study aims to design a conservation campsite that comfortable and attractive, which is also as a place of education for the conservation of natural resources and their ecosystems. This research was conducted at the Field Laboratory of Forest Resources Conservation and Ecotourism Unhas Educational Forest. Field data collection of altititude was done by using a systemic sampling method on 358 sample points, with the distance between each sample point was 10 m. Data was processed by Digital Elevetaion Model (DEM). The results are then used to create a map of the slopes and contours. The location of tents and other camp facilities, set based on the direction of the view that shows open views, elevation position with height difference based on the height of the tent, the shape of the tent (dom and platoon), distance between tents, slope classes, other campground facilities, such as toilets, public kitchens , cultural stage, as well as activities in conservation camps such as games, campfires, and others. The results showed that conservation camps at the Field Laboratory of Forest Resources Conservation and Ecotourism,  were divided into four camp blocks. Block I accommodates eight  tents that placed in the three rows, eight tents in block II in two rows, and 23 tents in block III in a position of four rows. For block IV prepared for tent tents, with a capacity of four tents in a two-row position. The campground facilities are in the form of cultural stage, resting area, musallah, management house and public kitchen, toilet, gazebo, and sports field. The design of field learning related to conservation involves three themes, namely (a) the introduction of biological natural resources and their ecosystems, (b) the introduction of ecology, and (c) conservation area management.Key words: Field Design, Campground, Conservation Education.
KOMPOSISI JENIS DAN STRUKTUR VEGETASI HUTAN DATARAN RENDAH DI KOMPLEKS GUNUNG BULUSARAUNG SULAWESI SELATAN Asrianny, Asrianny; Paweka, Catarina Balgis; Achmad, Amran; Oka, Ngakan Putu; Achmad, Nida' Sari
PERENNIAL Vol 15, No 1 (2019)
Publisher : Forestry Faculty of Universitas Hasanuddin

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24259/perennial.v15i1.6793

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The Bulusaraung Mountain is a lowland forest and is one of the main ecosystems owned by Bantimurung Bulusaraung National Park. Therefore, this study aims to determine the species composition and vegetation structure of lowland forests in the complex of Bulusaraung Mountain. The research was conducted from April to May 2018. Data collection was carried out using a 20 × 20 meter plot placed on the Balleanging, Tokaddaro  and Tompobulu track lines based on altitude (550 m asl, 650 m asl, and 750 m asl). The result of this study show that there are 44  species were found on tree class, 65 species on  pole class,  40 species on  sapling class and  25 species on seedling class. The species composition in the study area was dominated Palaquium obovatum, Persea rimosa, Arthrophyllum diversifolium, Cryptocarya laevigata, and Engelhardia serrata, while Psychotria leptothyrsa, Antidesma bunius, Maesa ramentacea, Ficus sandpaper, Baccaurea javanica, Symplocos maliliency, Callicarpa pentandra, and Saurauia tristyla is a type of tree that differentiates at each altitude. The structure of the forest canopy layer at an altitude of 550 m above sea level consists of three canopy layers, while at an altitude of 650 and 750 m above sea level consisting only of two canopy layers. The cover of forest canopy in all sampling locations was reached 75-90%.
IDENTIFIKASI KEANEKARAGAMAN DAN SEBARAN JENIS BURUNG UNTUK PENGEMBANGAN EKOWISATA BIRD WATCHING DI TAMAN NASIONAL BANTIMURUNG BULUSARAUNG Asrianny, Asrianny; Saputra, Hendra; Achmad, Amran
PERENNIAL Vol 14, No 1 (2018)
Publisher : Forestry Faculty of Universitas Hasanuddin

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24259/perennial.v14i1.4999

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This study aims to identify the diversity and distribution of birds species for bird watching ecotourism development in the Bantimurung Bulusaraung National Park. Field works was conducted in three months, from October to in December 2012. Data collection, was done with line transect method at Leang-Leang, Pattunuang, and Karaenta. Geographical position of transect line (traces) was recorded by using GPS then processed with GIS in order to produced bird watching maps tourist track. Result soft his study showed that, there are 47 species of birds found in the three lines of observation track, and 23 of them (48.9%) was endemic to the island of Sulawesi. Diversity indices of birds on the observation track at Leang-Leang is 3.02, in Pattunuang 2.78, and in the Karaenta 2.25. Among the three lines of observation, the highest population abundance is at Leang-Leang tracking line. It?s equal to 29 individuals /ha while the lowest population abundance are on the Karaenta track with 9 individuals /ha. Key words: Bantimurung Bulusaraung National Park, Bird Watching, Ecotourism