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PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT, POPULATION PARAMETER, AND MORPHOMETRIC RECORDS MORPHOMETRIC OF THE MONITOR LIZARD IN PAPUA Iyai, Deny A.; Runtuboi, Yubelince Y.
JURNAL KEHUTANAN PAPUASIA Vol 1 No 1 (2015): Jurnal Kehutanan Papuasia
Publisher : Fakultas Kehutanan UNIPA

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Many studies have explored animals without providing its physical environment, whereas, this information can provide broad understanding for the importance of ecological components. This study tried to combine some studies on how importance the ecological means on the density and population as well as morphometric of the monitor lizards. Data was analysed using SPSS version 18.0 and presented descriptively using tables and graphics. Results show that density and population had association with wide areas of islands and distances from mainland. Morphometric as well had association with carrying capacity and richness of feeding.
ASPEK EKOWISATA RHODODENDRON: TINJAUAN POTENSI DAN STRATEGI PENGEMBANGANNYA DI DAERAH INTAN JAYA Beljai, Matheus; Runtuboi, Yubelince Y.; Manuhua, Devi; Worabai, Meliza S.; Renwarin, Dominggas M. H.
JURNAL KEHUTANAN PAPUASIA Vol 2 No 1 (2016): Jurnal Kehutanan Papuasia
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Ekowisata merupakan kegiatan wisata yang menarik perhatian besar terhadap kelestarian sumber daya alam dan lingkungan sebagai salah satu isu utama dalam kehidupan manusia. Rhododendron secara ekologi maupun ekonomi memiliki arti penting. Rhododendron juga memiliki arti penting dalam aspek estetikanya. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mendeskripsikan tumbuhan Rhododendron sebagai salah satu potensi ekowisata dan menyusun alternatif strategi pengembangannya di daerah Bilai kabupaten Intan Jaya. Metode yang digunakan ialah metode deskriptif dengan teknik survei. Hasil pengolahan data menunjukkan bahwa Rhododendron di kampung Bilai memiliki karakteristik morfologi menarik berdasarkan warna bunganya. Dalam upaya konservasinya, tumbuhan ini potensial untuk dikembangkan sebagai tanaman pekarangan. Strategi lainnya yang dapat dikembangkan untuk pelestarian Rhododendron sebagai daya tarik ekowisata ialah dengan mengoleksinya dalam satu areal eksitu berupa Kebun Koleksi Rhododendron.
The Sausapor Declaration: Challenges in promoting good governance to protect customary communities and natural resources in Tambrauw district, West Papua Fatem, Sepus M.; Syuf, Yaved; Baru, Josepina; Marwa, Jonni; Runtuboi, Yubelince Y.; Tawer, Viktor; Situmorang, Saur; Runtuboi, Ferawati R.
Forest and Society VOLUME 4 ISSUE 2, NOVEMBER 2020
Publisher : Forestry Faculty, Universitas Hasanuddin

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The Sausapor Declaration has served as a stepping stone towards convening and balancing the dynamics of governmental politics, conservation efforts, the protection of customary communities’ rights, and the sustainable management of natural resources in Tambrauw District. The Declaration supported the establishment of Tambrauw as a Conservation District, while also acknowledging the rights of customary communities in shaping political priorities of the local government, which include: a) stewardship of extensive remaining tropical forests (91.9% forest cover); b) management of protected areas, which represent 77-80% of the total area of the District; c) acknowledging the cultural traditions of five major indigenous groups; and, d) securing the active support of formal institutions for these goals. Two stages have shaped the effort to establish the Conservation District.  The first stage involved the period prior to the formal declaration, while the second ecompasses development and implementation of related policies.  Establishing local regulations and protecting local communities required extensive lobbying with the provincial and national government, as well as advocacy in various seminars, including both national and international conferences that provided strategic opportunities for securing support for the Conservation District. These steps have been instrumental in gaining legitimacy and public support for relevant conservation policies and for protecting the rights of customary communities. As one example, the review of Tambrauw spatial planning documents  (RTRW) led to prioritizing eco-tourism as a leading sector for economic development, along with the creation of an overall agropolitan and renewable energy strategy.
Oil Palm Plantations, Forest Conservation and Indigenous Peoples in West Papua Province: What Lies Ahead? Runtuboi, Yubelince Y.; B. Permadi, Dwiko; Sahide, Muhammad Alif K.; Maryudi, Ahmad
Forest and Society VOLUME 5 ISSUE 1, APRIL 2021
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Oil palm plantations are currently expanding to the eastern part of Indonesia, especially in West Papua province. Many oil palm permits issued in West Papua occupy intact biodiversity-rich forest areas which have essential value for indigenous Papuans' socio-cultural life. This article discusses expansion of oil palm plantations in West Papua province, and its impacts on forests and indigenous people. It also assesses whether the plantations fit the Special Autonomy Law and Sustainable Development Regulation goals of the province. In general, plantations are being established in forest areas, and further planned expansion threatens intact and biodiversity-rich forests. In addition, plantation development rarely considers the socio-cultural issues of indigenous Papuans. As a result, customary rights and institutions are commonly overlooked, undermined, or violated. Oil palm plantations are not necessarily compatible with sustainable development regulation goals, and need to reconcile its overall economic and conservation agenda. 
Customary Forests in West Papua: Contestation of Desires or Needs? Ungirwalu, Antoni; Awang, San Afri; Runtuboi, Yubelince Y.; Peday, Mariana Y.; Marwa, Jonni; Maitar, Bustar; Murdjoko, Agustinus; Fatem, Sepus M
Forest and Society VOLUME 5 ISSUE 2, NOVEMBER 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24259/fs.v5i2.13350

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The challenge of integrating ecological, economic and social aspects of forest management is still a critical issue among stakeholders who agree on community-based forestry and the rights of indigenous peoples. In West Papua, the contrast of abundant natural resources with serious social inequalities and structured poverty is a continuing challenge for implementing a social forestry program. The process of establishing customary territories in West Papua is an important milestone in recognising its community entities. Is this scheme definitively able to answer the interests of access and management of indigenous peoples? This can help in achieving the sacred goal of protecting 70% of the forest area. This paper examines the dynamics of forest management in West Papua by the parties in customary forests. The low area designated for customary territories in West Papua, which has only reached 2,554.2 hectares, and the absence of a decree on the existence of customary forests is a form of injustice to the interests of local communities. The social forestry acceleration program intended to end the uncertainty surrounding customary forests is still in process. The roles of both on-site and off-site parties have not been optimal in realising customary forests in West Papua due to the complex and incomplete translation process at the site level. The results of the review show that interest is still focused on achieving an indicative-annual figure, which is still dominated by the village forest scheme. Hopefully, this year's acceleration of customary forests will become a milestone in West Papua, based on mutual need and desire.