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Jurnal Hutan Lestari
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Jurnal Hutan Lestari merupakan jurnal ilmu kehutanan yang menyajikan artikel mengenai hasil penelitian mahasiswa dan dosen Fakultas Kehutanan Universitas Tanjungpura yang meliputi bidang teknologi pengolahan hasil hutan, pengawetan kayu, teknologi peningkatan mutu kayu, budidaya hutan, konservasi sumber daya alam, ekonomi kehutanan, perhutanan sosial dan politik kehutanan. Setiap naskah yang dikirimkan ke Jurnal Hutan Lestari akan ditelaah oleh Penelaah yang sesuai dengan bidangnya.
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PEMANFAATAN HASIL HUTAN BUKAN KAYU (HHBK) PENGHASIL KERAJINAN TANGAN ANYAMAN OLEH MASYARAKAT DESA PANGKALAN BUTON KECAMATAN SUKADANA KABUPATEN KAYONG UTARA Dahyanti, Dahyanti; Hardiansyah, Gusti; Sisillia, Lolyta
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Utilization  of non-wood products for woven crafts isone of the pottentials in Pangkalan Buton Village, Sukadana Subdistrict, North Kayong Regency and becomes a raw material in making woven crafts. The research aims to obtain types of non-wood forest products for woven handicrafts and to describe the types of woven handicraft products by the people of Pangkalan Buton Village, Sukadana District. Research using descriptive qualitative methods. Data Collection is done by intetview, observation, and documentation. The results showed that there are 6 types of plants that are used by the community for woven crafts, namely bamboo rope (Gigantochloa apus), coconut (Cocos nucifera), nipah (Nypa fruticans), pandanus thorn (Pandanus tectoris) recam (Distranopteris linearis) and rattan candles (Calamus javensis). These types of planys are used as raw materials for woven crafts. Bamboo Reeds are into baskets and mistaken products. Coconut leaves are made into rattan products. Nipah leaf is made intoa woven roofing product. Pandan thom leaves are made into woven products for table mats, wallets, bags, pencil cases, tissues and mats. Resam rod is made into woven ring and bracelet products. Rattan rods are made  into woven basket and cupboard products.Keyword: Non wood forest product, Types of plants, Woven crafts product, Utilization
STUDI HABITAT BUAYA SENYULONG (Tomistoma schlegelii) DI SUNGAI SEKONYER TAMAN NASIONAL TANJUNG PUTING KALIMANTAN TENGAH Saputro, M Bakti; Rifanjani, Slamet; Siahaan, Sarma
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Senyulong (Tomistoma schlegelii) are crocodiles that have a unique morphology with shape of the snout in its mouth. This species based on IUCN Red List classified by endangered category (IUCN 2004). This study aim to determine characteristics ofSenyulong Habitat in Sekonyer river, Tanjung Puting National Park Central Kalimantan using by Purposive Sampling in discovery spot or ex crocodile nest, Parameter analyzed by important value index (INP), dominance index (C), index species diversity (H), species abundance index (e), and species similarity index. The results showed the abiotic water habitats in the river water pH 6 which indicated normal, an average of depth 4.5 meters and a water temperature 23.90 ºC. Biotically False Gharial likes the habitat of aquatic plants such as Rasau (Pandanus tectorious), water lily (Hanguana malayana) for sheltering. False gharial aquatic food habitats such as Toman fish (Channa gachua), Gabus (Channa striata) and Runtuk (Channa luchius) Baung (Mystus wyckii), Lais (Lais hexamena). Abiotically terrestrial habitats contain sandy clay texture and histosol soil types with 6 soil acidity, with 78% air humidity and the average temperature of 29ºC. Biologically, Senyulong terrestrial habitat formed by buffer zone with large tree with wide canopy and several types of terrestrial animals Senyulong food such as long-tailed monkeys, orangutans, and wild pigs. The terrestrial habitat of False Gharial is an important place to spawning ground by placing its eggs under a large buttress tree and covering the nest with leaf litter to keep it warm to camouflage egg predators such as to monitor lizards.Keyword: Terrestrial Habitat, Aquatic Habitat, Senyulong, Tanjung puting National Park
PERSEPSI MASYARAKAT SEKITAR KAWASAN PENGEMBANGAN EKOWISATA AIR PAOH DI DESA PANGKALAN BUTON KECAMATAN SUKADANA KABUPATEN KAYONG UTARA Fazriansyah, Fazriansyah; Idham, M; M, Iskandar A
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North Kayong Regency is a district that has tourism potential, one of that is Paoh water ecotourism which is now developed into Bukit Paoh Villa and Resto. The existence of the development of this new ecotourism has led to different perceptions between individuals in Pangkalan Buton Village, so it is necessary to conduct research of the community around the Paoh water ecotourism development area in Pangkalan Buton Village, Sukadana District, North Kayong Regency. The purpose of this study is to examine people's perceptions of water ecotourism and examine the relationships between perceptions of income, knowledge, and cosmopolitan. This research uses a survey method with purposive sampling technique. The results show the perception of the community around the ecotourism development area in Pangkalan Buton Village, Sukadana Subdistrict, North Kayong Regency which is 52.1% neutral. There is a significant relationship between people's perceptions of the level of income, level of knowledge, and cosmopolitan towards the development of water ecotourism Paoh in Buton Village, Sukadana District, Kayong Utara RegencyKeywords : Development, Ecotourism, suistainable, Community of perception
PERSEPSI MASYARAKAT TERHADAP KEBERADAAN HUTAN MANGROVE DI DESA SUNGAI KUPAH KECAMATAN SUNGAI KAKAP KABUPATEN KUBU RAYA Ningsih, Rahayu Setya; Roslinda, Emi; Astiani, Dwi
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People’s perception on mangrove forest is one form of mangrove responses concerning the function and benefits of mangrove ecosystems including physical, biological, chemical, economic and social benefits. One of example mangrove forests  is  Sungai Kupah village, Sungai Kakap subdistrict, Kubu Raya district. This study aims to understand people’s perceptions of the mangrove forests in the Sungai Kupah village and to understand the relationship between perceptions of the individual factors of age, education, knowledge, cosmopolitan levels, income levels, and dependability. The research uses the survey method and analyzed with Kendall tau’s correlation and descriptive analysis. People’s perception on mangrove forests in the Sungai Kupah village it’s positively inclined, which is 51,14%. Knowledge factor have a significant positive correlation; Education, income, cosmopolitan and dependency factors are low in their positive correlations; While age and distance factors tend have a negative insignificant correlation with people’s perception of mangrove forests in the village of the Sungai Kupah. The perception can be used as a reference to bringing communities into further mangrove.Keywords : Communities, individual factors, mangrove forests, perception, qualitative data
KONSENTRASI IAA (Indole Acetic Acid) DAN BAP (Benzyl Amino Purine) PADA KULTUR JARINGAN ULIN (Eusideroxylon zwageri) Wahyuni, Herni; Wulandari, Reine Suci; muflihati, Muflihati
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Ulin (Eusideroxylon zwageri) is a species of wood with high economic value that is difficult to find in the wild. Regeneration of E. zwageri is naturally very slow. Efforts to increase the procurement of E. zwageri seedlings can be done with a tissue culture technique. Through tissue culture, the seeds obtained will be uniform, have better quality and faster. This study aims to determine the effect and optimum concentration of IAA and BAP growth regulators on E. zwageri explants growth. The method used is experimental using a completely randomized design. Treatment factors are IAA concentration factor with 5 levels of treatment (0 mg/L, 0.5 mg/L, 1 mg/L, 1.5 mg/L, and 2 mg/L) and BAP concentration of 5 treatment levels (0 mg/L, 1 mg/L, 2 mg/L, 3 mg/L, and 4 mg/L). Each treatment was repeated 3 times. The results showed that the treatment of IAA concentration, BAP concentration and the interaction of IAA and BAP concentration affected the swelling of explants and growth of E. zwageri callus. The best concentration for callus explants was IAA of 2 mg/L and BAP of 0 mg/L, with a time of 12-13 weeks after planting.Keywords: BAP, E. zwageri, IAA, Tissue Culture
KEANEKARAGAMAN JENIS SEMUT (formicidae) DI KAWASAN HUTAN GUNUNG SELINDUNG DESA TWI MENTIBAR KECAMATAN SELAKAU KABUPATEN SAMBAS Rizal, Rizal; Rifanjani, Slamet; Kartikawati, Siti Masitoh
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Ants is a one of the biotic components in the forests of Kalimantan, this animal  has a number of diverse species. This study aims to record and analyze the diversity of ant species in the area of Gunung Selindung of Twi Mentibar Village in Selakau Sub-District of Sambas Regency. The research method was purposive sampling where the placement of traps was done intentionally according to the presence of ants in three forest cover areas that is in open, medium and closed fores areas, divided into two area namely terestrial strata and arboreal. The results showed that there where nine species of ants (Formicidae) found in the Mount Selindung Forest area, namely black field ants (Formica sp), rang-rang (Oecophyllasp) pudak ant (Tapinoma melanocep), the black garden ant (Lasius niger), black ant (Dolichoderus teracicus), yellow crazy ant (Anoplolepis gracilipes), jumping ant (Harpagenethas Saltator), honey ant (Myrmecocystus sp), and  sembadak ant (Odontomachus sp). The diversity index of the terestrial (H '), of three types of forest cover areas, namely closed areas (H' = 0.63), moderate (H '= 0.76), and open area strata(H '= 0.73), all still showes the value of low species diversity; the species diversity index int the arboreal (H '), of the three types of forest cover areas namely closed area (H '), moderate (H = 0.61), and open area (H '= 0.55) all still showes the value of low species diversity. keyword: Ants, protected fores, , species diversity, Twi Mentibar Village
POTENSI NYAMPLUNG (CALOPHYLLUM INOPHYLLUM) DI PESISIR PANTAI TAMBAK RAWANG DESA GUNUNG SEMBILAN KECAMATAN SUKADANA KABUPATEN KAYONG UTARA Amir, Faisal; Burhanuddin, Burhanuddin; Indrayani, Yuliati
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In 2012 a studi was conducted on the potential of Nyamplung in Ketapang and North Kayong Regencies, which stated that there were 219 trees of nyamplung potential in the coastal area of Tambak Rawang, North Kayong Regency. The next problem is how the nyamplung plant distribution conditions after seven years latter, whether there is a decrease or increase in population of nyamplung at Tambak Rawang coastal area, Sukadana District, Kayong Utara Regency. The purpose of this study is to examine the potential of nyamplung (Calophyllum inophyllum) in the coastal area of Tambak Rawang, Sukadana District, Kayong Utara Regency. This research was conducted at Tambak Rawang beach, Sukadana District, Kayong Utara Regency, West Kalimantan Province for approximately ± 1 month. Data collection techniques are carried out by the census of all nyamplung (C. inophyllum) trees found at the coastal area. Observations for seedling level were conducted by making 2 x 2 m plots placed by purposive sampling or deliberately at locations where there were many nyamplung seedlings at the observation site. Observation results show that there were 238 nyamplung trees found at the Tambak Rawang coastal area. The average number of primary, secondary and tertiary branches in the nyamplung tree are ± 5.18, ± 36.29 and ± 424.29 branches, respectively. Production of the weight of fruit in each tree is  ± 5.827 tons per fruit season. The number of nyamplung tree seedlings was found 6771 seedlings around the bottom of the nyamplung tree.Keyword : Coastal area, Kayong Utara, nyamplung (Callophyllum inophyllum), potency
PENILAIAN DAYA TARIK OBJEK WISATA ALAM RIAM ANGAN TEMBAWANG DI DESA ANGAN TEMBAWANG KECAMATAN JELIMPO KABUPATEN LANDAK Aristo, Aristo; Rifanjani, Slamet; Latifah, Siti
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Riam Angan Tembawang Village is located in Jelimpo District, Landak Regency, West Kalimantan Province. Angan Tembawang Village has interesting natural tourism to visit, such natural objects are rivers and waterfalls and are called Riam Angan Tembawang. This study aims to determine the natural tourist attraction of Riam Angan Tembawang Village, Jelimpo District, Landak Regency. This research was conducted by the descriptive method. Data obtained by direct interviews with respondents about the attractiveness of attractions and fill out a list of questions. The results of the calculation of all the assessment criteria for attraction of Riam Angan Tembawang attraction as well as the elements and sub-elements, namely natural beauty 26,66%, the uniqueness of natural resources 22,36 %, the amount of potential natural resources 22,22 %, natural resource 26,63 %, sensitivity of natural resources 17,08 %, types of nature tourism activities 28,33 %, air cleanliness and location no effect 25,77 %, vulnerability of encroachment and the fire 11,11 %. All elements of attraction assess by the Riam Angan Tembawang tourism are 1.080,96 and this area has good area attractions (B) to be developed into a tourist attraction.Keywords: attraction, nature, riam angan tembawang, tourist attraction.
IDENTIFIKASI JENIS KEPITING BIOLA DI HUTAN MANGROVE DUSUN SETINGGA ASINDESA SEBUBUS KECAMATAN PALOH KABUPATEN SAMBAS Kurniawan, Edy; Anwari, M Sofwan; Dirhamsyah, M
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The fiddler crab is also known as the kepiting biola is an animal that has broad legs that belong to the Crustacean class. Fiddler crab is a type of crab that has a habitat in intertidal areas, especially around mangrove forests and sandy beaches. This study aims to examine the identification of fiddler crab species found in the Mangrove Sebubus. The method used in this research is purposive sampling method with the use of a square plot size of 1 x 1 meter as many as 30 pieces in 3 research lines. The results showed as many as 7 species of fiddler crabs found there, that is Uca annulipes, Uca rosea, Uca forcipata, Uca bellator, Uca tetragonon, Uca paradussumieri, and Uca acuta.Keywords: Identification, Fiddler Crab, Mangrove Sebubus
KEANEKARAGAMAN JENIS BAMBU DI KAWASAN KEBUN RAYA SAMBAS KECAMATAN SUBAH KABUPATEN SAMBAS PROVINSI KALIMANTAN BARAT Vinsensia, Miranda; Herawatiningsih, Ratna; Tavita, Gusti Eva
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Bamboo is one of the results of a non-timber forest that grows in the secondary forest and open forest, and can even be found in Sambas Botanical garden area. The purpose of this research is to determine the value of the diversity of bamboo in the area of Sambas Botanical Garden, Subah subdistrict, Sambas Regency, West Kalimantan. This research was conducted in Sambas Botanical Garden,  starting from 09 July 2019 until 27 July 2019 then continued by analysis of data. The collection of bamboo data at the research site is conducted by the survey method and performed purposive sampling with a plot laying of research samples using a double tile, with the size of each tile example 10 m x 10 m. Results showed in the Sambas Botanical Garden 5 species of bamboo had been found consisting of 3 different genera namely Bambu Tali (Gigantochloa hasskarliana Kurz.), Bambu Lemang (Schizostachyum brachycladum Kurz.), Bambu Tamiang (Schizostachyum latifolium), Schizostachyum terminale Holtt. Bamboo, and Bambu Merambat (Dinochloa sp.). Important Values Index of Bambu Merambat, Bambu Tali, Bambu Lemang, Bambu Tamiang, and Bambu Schizostachyum terminale Holtt. are 77.3251%, 47.0843%; 31.6900%; 24.4437%; and 19.1943% respectively. Dominancy index of Bambu Merambat, Bambu Tali, Bambu Lemang, Bambu Tamiang, and Bambu Schizostachyum terminale Holtt. are 0.1647; 0.0680; 0.0254; 0.0076; and 0.0076 respectively. Index diversity species (H ') of Bambu Merambat, Bambu Tali, Bambu Lemang, Bambu Tamiang, and Bambu Schizostachyum terminale Holtt. are 0.1589; 0.1522; 0.1271; 0.0922; and 0.0922 respectively. All species of bamboo found in this research have a value of H ' ˂ 1 then all species of bamboo were categorized as low value of species diversity.Keywords: Bamboo, Diversity, Sambas Botanical Garden

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