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VEGETASI KUNCI HABITAT ANOA DI CAGAR ALAM PANGI BINANGGA, SULAWESI TENGAH Wardah, Wardah; Labiro, Elhayat; Massiri, Sudirman Dg; Sustri, Sustri; Mursidin, Mursidin
Jurnal Penelitian Kehutanan Wallacea Vol 1, No 1 (2012): Jurnal Penelitian Kehutanan Wallacea
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Anoa is a wildlife species highly sensitive and selective to the habitat preferences. The study aims to identify the anoa habitat condition in the Nature Reserve of Pangi Binangga, environmental factors which determine the habitat of anoa, including other types of key vegetation of anoa habitats. The research method used is purposive sampling. Sample is determined by observation the track. Habitat of anoa is found such as footprints, skeleton and faeces that located on the highland, flat-sloping, near to the river, mild temperature on moist and acid soils. The density of trees, poles, sapling, seedlings and herbs respectively 302, 430, 1280, and 53250 inviduals/ha. Stratification of vegetation canopy consists of stratum B, C, D and E. The average of stand bassal area is 43.10 m2/ha. Habitat of anoa in Pangi Binangga Nature Reserve are dominated by tree species of Planchonella firms, Castanopsis acuminatissima, Platea sp., Magnolia liliifera, Palaquium quercifolium. The key indicator plants of anoa habitat are Alpinia sp, Diplazium esculentum (Rezt.) Sw. and Pinanga caesia. 
POTENSI PENGEMBANGAN WISATA ALAM DI HABITAT MALEO (Macrocephalon maleo) TAMAN NASIONAL LORE LINDU BIDANG PENGELOLAAN WILAYAH (BPW) I SALUKI KEC. GUMBASA KAB. SIGI Nurdianti, Asma; Ningsih, Sri; Sustri, Sustri
Warta Rimba Vol 1, No 1 (2013)
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The aims of this study were to know the potency and the development of natural tourism objects in Saluki Village, Gumbasa Distric, Sigi Regency, Central Sulawesi. The respondents were selectedby using purposive sampling methods. The study was employedStrengths-Weaknesses-Opportunities-Threats (SWOT) analysis. The results showed that the potency of natural tourisms around Maleo (Macrocephalon maleo) habitat were Maleo birds, camping ground, river, Hot water, waterfall, tracking and hiking area, and other objects for science and research development. Hence, the development form of natural tourism in this area was divided in two parts. First, an area used as nesting grounds and activities of Maleo birds. Second, an area purposed for modern tourism activities and divided four zones (A, B, C dan D). Keywords: Potency, Development, Natural Tourisms, Maleo (Macrocephalon maleo),
POLA PENYEBARAN KANTONG SEMAR (Nepenthes tentaculata Hook.F) DI GUNUNG ROREKAUTIMBU KAWASAN TAMAN NASIONAL LORE LINDU Natalia, Dina; Umar, Husain; Sustri, Sustri
Warta Rimba Vol 2, No 1 (2014)
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Nepenthes tentaculata Hook.f.  is one from nine Nepenthes species founded in Sulawesi island. It is a genus carnivorous plants that popularly known as tropical pitcher plants. Study on the diversity of kantong semar (Nepenthes, spp) was conducted in mount Rorekautimbu, Lore Lindu National Park, Central Sulawesi. The study was conducted on July through August 2013. The procedures of data collection were including species collection in the field, make up herbariums, and observation of Nepenthes tentaculata Hook.f. by using transect method along tracking lines. Seven lines (50m in length) were made in the field. The results show that distribution pattern of Nepenthes tentaculata Hook.f. at all lines in Rorekautimbu mount were in concentric form that influenced by some factors. Furthermore, the highest of Morisitas index was founded at transect VII with value 1.07, while the lowest was founded at transect V and VI with value 1.01. Keywords: Distribution, Pattern, Nepenthes tentaculata Hook. f., Mount Rorekautimbu, Lore Lindu National Park.
ANALISIS KELEMBAGAAN PENGEMBANGAN HUTAN ADAT DESA TORO KECAMATAN KULAWI KABUPATEN SIGI PROVINSI SULAWESI TENGAH Berwin, Berwin; Golar, Golar; Sustri, Sustri
Warta Rimba Vol 2, No 1 (2014)
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This research aimed to revitalizethe local institution and its implication on the management of natural resources in Lore Lindu National Park area. The research was conducted at the village of Toro, Kulawi district, Sigi Regency, Central Sulawesi, from October through December 2013. The method used in this study is the method of historical and institutional analysis and qualitative approach by interview process on key informants as respondents.The results showed that institutional revitalization was influenced by community needs on institution development caused social dynamics and community economy. New institutional revitalization has implication on structure and regulation change of local institution of Toro village. Institution in Toro was contributed by local leadership role particularly in determination of natural resources and social economy. Keywords: Institution Analysis, Development, Community Forest, Toro Community.
KEANEKARAGAMAN JENIS VEGETASI TEPIAN SUNGAI KAILI DESA LABUAN KUNGGUMA KECAMATAN LABUAN Lahusen, Moh. Rafli; Naharuddin, Naharuddin; Sustri, Sustri
Warta Rimba Vol 2, No 1 (2014)
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Kaili watershed aims to be a regulator of water system that has important role for society. This experiment employed systematic strip plot sampling method. It also aims to find out the species of the edge of tree vegetation varieties at Kaili river of Labuan Kungguma Village in Labuan Sub-district. Based on the observation on tree level, in Kaili river, the most dominating is Dracontomelon dao (Blanco) Merr. & Rolfe., tree which has IVI 32.19%. At the level of pole tree, it is dominated by Dracontomelon dao (Blanco) Merr. & Rolfe., which has IVI 29.71% of its important Index Value. At the level of stake, it is dominated by Magnolia champaca, which has IVI 19.42%. At the level of undergrowth, it is dominated by Thallophyta, which has IVI 14.47%. The level of this species varieties classified into high criteria. The level of species diversity (H’) at the level of tree reached 3.08% and it is classified into high criteria; at the pole level which reached 2.84% classified into moderate criteria; at the level of stake reached 3.27% classified into high criteria; and at undergrowth level reached 3.39% classified into high criteria. Keywords : Kaili River, diversity, vegetation.
POTENSI WISATA ALAM DI DESA NUPABOMBA KECAMATAN TANANTOVEA KABUPATEN DONGGALA Indris, Feby Fitria; Mallombasang, Sri Ningsih; Sustri, Sustri
ForestSains Vol 16, No 1 (2018): Desember
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Nupabomba Village is one of the villages that is quite strategic and has the potential of natural tourist attraction objects, besides having the potential of natural tourist attraction objects (ODTWA) the area also has a rich diversity of flora and fauna, waterfalls, customs, rivers, rocks and natural phenomena that can support the development of tourist attractions. The purpose of this study was to determine the feasibility of natural tourism potential in Nupabomba Village, Tanantovea District, Donggala Regency as a tourist destination. This research was conducted in Nupabomba Village, Tanantovea District, Donggala Regency, Central Sulawesi Province, for two months, from August to October 2017. This study used descriptive methods to obtain all forms of data and information that could support the preparation of research reports, survey methods by observing direct field work accompanied by interviews with the community, community leaders and village officials in the context of collecting data and information, the method of documentation by conducting data collection techniques by documenting sources in the field relating to the problem being investigated, while the data analysis used is a guideline Analysis of the Regional Nature Tourism Attraction and Attraction Operations (ADO-ODTWA) of the Director General of PHKA 2003 in accordance with the values determined for each criterion. The results of the study show that the assessment using ADO-ODTWA of the natural potential in Nupabomba Village, Tanantovea District, Donggala Regency, deserves to be made as a tourist destination with the feasibility level achieved based on the eligibility criteria of each element / sub-criteria such as attractiveness, accessibility, and facilities and supporting infrastructure that is equal to 86. 875% of the total assessment of elements / sub criteria which means the village is worthy of being used as a tourist destination. But there are some supporting facilities and infrastructure that need to be added in order to increase the attractiveness of tourists.
KONDISI VEGETASI HABITAT TARSIUS (Tarsius dentatus) DI RESORT LINDU TAMAN NASIONAL LORE LINDU PROVINSI SULAWESI TENGAH Tikuliling, Febriyanti Sali; Labiro, Elhayat; Sustri, Sustri
Warta Rimba Vol 3, No 1 (2015)
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Abstract Lore Lindu National Park is one of conservation areas located in Central Sulawesi, which has a unique both in terms of ecosystems and the flora and fauna that exist in it. One of the unique fauna is tarsier (Tarsius dentatus). Tarsius dentatus is categorized as vulnurable by International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Red List and on appendix II of the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES). This study was conducted in Resort Lindu, Lore Lindu National Park from March to June 2014. This study aims to identify the vegetation condition of the tarsier habitat in Lore Lindu National Park. Vegetation analysis in this study used a single plot placed intentionally (purposive sampling). Sample plot observation was made of a square with a size of 0.25 ha or 50 m x 50 m. Result of study found 95 species of vegetation from 55 families, either trees, poles, saplings, or seedlings and understorey plants at two habitats of tarsier. The dominant plant species for seedlings namely: Calamus sp. (26.60%) and Neprolepis sp. (24.21%). At the sapling stage is Piper aduncum L. (44.36%;63.60%). At the pole stage is Piper aduncum L. (44.68%;47.05%). Whereas, at the tree stage are Ficus sp. 3 (30.78%) and Casuarina equisetifolia L. (28.64%). Species diversity index (H) in the two study sites might be classified as moderate to high, ie between (2.97 to 3.16). Keyword: Tarsier, Tarsius dentatus, Vegetation, Species diversity, Lore Lindu National Park.
KOMPOSISI VEGETASI PAKAN JULANG SULAWESI (Ryticeros cassidix) DI KAWASAN CAGAR ALAM PANGI BINANGGA KECAMATAN PARIGI MAUTONG Hanapi, Hanapi; Malik, Adam; Sustri, Sustri
Jurnal Warta Rimba Vol 4, No 2 (2016)
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Hornbill (Rhyticeros cassidix) is Sulawesi endemic bird and fruit eater bird. The fruits that eaten by hornbill categorized as small fruits and in large number involved ficus species and stoneseeds, it is non-ficus species. Hornbill bird also easy to be recognized by having big beak and body. And commonly the exist bird habitats relatively good by founding some birds species as an indicator of good forest ecosystem. The aim of the research was to find out the Woof Vegetation of Hornbill (Ryticeros cassidix) bird in the Natural Conservation Area in Pangi Binangga village Parigi Mautong District Central Sulawesi that began on November up to the month of Desember 2014. By knowing the woof vegetation and the birds habitat, it is important to keep their preservation because the bird is Sulawesi endemic. The result of the research that conducted in Natural Preservation Area of Pangi Binangga found the vegetation composition of Hornbill (Ryticeros cassidix ) bird.The analysis result of vegetation composition by applying Importance Rate Index (IRI) when Hornbill in the primary forest in Natural Conservation Area of  Pangi Binangga: The highest Importance Rate Index on Tree species Level  (Pometia Pinata J.R Forst) with rate of 35.1%, onPole species level (Canarium asperum) with rate of 53.4%, on pile species level  (Pinanga sp) with rate of 25.5% and on seeding species level (Memordica cochinchinensis) with rate of 23.6%. By using transect path observation plot of 100 meter, it was found some Woof  Vegetations  of Hornbill in the Natural Conservation Area of Pangi Binangga, they were; Beringin  tree  (Ficus benjamina) that had rate of 18.7 %, Ebony (Diospyros celebica Bakh) that had rate of 14.8 %, Canary nut (Canariu asperum) with rate of  6.07 % and Benunu (Ficus annulata blume) with rate of  5.50 %.Keywords : Vegetation composition, Woof of Hornbill (Ryticeros cassidix)bird 
ANALISIS KELEMBAGAAN PENGEMBANGAN HUTAN ADAT DESA TORO KECAMATAN KULAWI KABUPATEN SIGI PROVINSI SULAWESI TENGAH Berwin, Berwin; Golar, Golar; Sustri, Sustri
Jurnal Warta Rimba Vol 2, No 1 (2014)
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This research aimed to revitalizethe local institution and its implication on the management of natural resources in Lore Lindu National Park area. The research was conducted at the village of Toro, Kulawi district, Sigi Regency, Central Sulawesi, from October through December 2013. The method used in this study is the method of historical and institutional analysis and qualitative approach by interview process on key informants as respondents.The results showed that institutional revitalization was influenced by community needs on institution development caused social dynamics and community economy. New institutional revitalization has implication on structure and regulation change of local institution of Toro village. Institution in Toro was contributed by local leadership role particularly in determination of natural resources and social economy. Keywords: Institution Analysis, Development, Community Forest, Toro Community.
POTENSI PENGEMBANGAN WISATA ALAM DI HABITAT MALEO (Macrocephalon maleo) TAMAN NASIONAL LORE LINDU BIDANG PENGELOLAAN WILAYAH (BPW) I SALUKI KEC. GUMBASA KAB. SIGI Nurdianti, Asma; Ningsih, Sri; Sustri, Sustri
Jurnal Warta Rimba Vol 1, No 1 (2013)
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The aims of this study were to know the potency and the development of natural tourism objects in Saluki Village, Gumbasa Distric, Sigi Regency, Central Sulawesi. The respondents were selectedby using purposive sampling methods. The study was employedStrengths-Weaknesses-Opportunities-Threats (SWOT) analysis. The results showed that the potency of natural tourisms around Maleo (Macrocephalon maleo) habitat were Maleo birds, camping ground, river, Hot water, waterfall, tracking and hiking area, and other objects for science and research development. Hence, the development form of natural tourism in this area was divided in two parts. First, an area used as nesting grounds and activities of Maleo birds. Second, an area purposed for modern tourism activities and divided four zones (A, B, C dan D). Keywords: Potency, Development, Natural Tourisms, Maleo (Macrocephalon maleo),