Archive for December, 2010

Dissertation : Model of Integrated National Park Management Development Case study of Bukit Tigapuluh National Park Management Development Based on Ecotourism

MOH. HARYONO. Model of Integrated National Park Management Development Case study of Bukit Tigapuluh National Park Management Development Based on Ecotourism. Supervisors : HADI S. ALIKODRA, RINEKSO SOEKMADI, and LILIK BUDI PRASETYO.

The management of national park should be integrated with buffer zone and regional development. Integrated national park management must be based on the existing potency. Ecotourism represents the potency which is able to be created as base of development of integrated national park management.

The research was carried out in Bukit Tigapuluh National Park (BTNP), Riau Province and Jambi Province which aimed to formulate a model of development of integrated management of BTNP.

Data analysis was done with several methods that are spatial analysis, supply and demand analysis, AWOT analysis (integration between SWOT and Analytic Hierarchy Process) and dynamic system analysis.

Model simulation with optimism scenario (integrated management) showed that development of BTNP based on ecotourism will significan increase of local people revenue, and the government income in ten year a head.

BTNP ecotourism improvement which is based on the integrated national park management principality will achieve three purposes of ecotourism management sustainability, namely conservation/environment purpose, economic purpose and social purpose

Keyword : management, integrated, national park, ecotourism, model

Correspondence Author : Haryono (moh_haryono@yahoo.co.id)

Dissertation : Spatial Distribution, Autecology, and Biodiversity of Sagoo (Metroxylon spp.) in Seram Island, Maluku

SAMIN BOTANRI. Spatial Distribution, Autecology, and Biodiversity of Sagoo (Metroxylon spp.) in Seram Island, Maluku. Under supervision of DEDE SETIADI, EDI GUHARDJA, IBNUL QAYIM, and LILIK BUDI PRASETYO.

Sago palm (Metroxylon spp.) is a tropical plant. Its area distribution in Indonesia is the largest in the world, covering 50-60 % of world’s Sago area. It is multifunction plant, however, it is still under utilized. Ecologicaly, sago palm well adapted on fresh water or peat swamp, riverine zone, surrounding water or swamp forests. Unfortunately, there is no any valid information on its area distribution. Moreover, regarding species diversity of Sago is also unclear. Based on the above facts, it is an urgent need to know its ecological aspect, spatial distribution and species diversity. The research was conducted in March to November 2009 at the Seram Island, Maluku. Spatial distribution was developed by Supervised classification of Landsat TM coupled with ground survey to collect Ground Control Points (GCPs) for accuracy assessment. Further field survey was done to collect autecological data. Isozyme analysis was also conducted to identify species diversity. Output supervised classification of Landsat-5TM image in 2007, showed that potential area of sago palm at the Seram Island was 18.239 ha. Characteristic of the habitat was distributed in the lowland (elevation less than 250 m asl), flat area, around river, near from beach, and on alluvium soil (sediment). Population structure of sago palm in the nature community follows young growth pattern, in wich rate seedling mortality was about 76,82 %. Regarding the species, M. rumphii Mart. species is the most dominant vegetation which cover 43,3 % of habitat. As adaptation strategy in swampy condition, sago palm form roots which was vertically directed to reach water surface. In sago palm community there was negative interspecific association indicated by Jaccard index less than 0,2. Abiotic component significant effected growth and sago fluor production. The variable that most have significantly effect to growth and sago flour production were micro temperature, micro relative humidity, bulk density, soil acidity, and salinity. The potential clump population at the Seram Island was about 3,2 million clump or approximately of about 1,5 million trunk of trees. M. rumphii Mart. and M. sylvestre Mart. species were the most potential with production capacity of about 566,04 kg starch/trunk and 560,68 kg starch/trunk, respectively. Genetic analysis by isozyme proved that initially known five species of Sago in the Seram Island was actualy only two species, namely Metroxylon rumphii (concist of M. rumphii Mart., M. sylvestre Mart., M. longispinum Mart, and M. microcanthum Mart.), and Metroxylon sagu Rottb.

Keywords : spatial distibution, habitat type, abiotic component, Metroxylon spp., and Seram Island.

Correspondence Author : Samin Botanri (saminbot@yahoo.co.id)

Ujian Doktor : Samin Botanri & M.Haryono

Akan dilaksanakan ujian terbuka atas nama promovendus  :

a) Samin Botanri (22 Desember 2010, Pukul : 09.00 )

Judul :  Distribusi Spasial, Autekologi dan Biodiversitas tumbuhan Sagu (Metroxylon spp) di P.Seram, Maluku

Tempat : RS.Senat Gd. Andi HakimNasution, Lantai 6

Penguji Utama :

1. Prof.Dr.Ir.Dede Setiadi,MS

2. Prof.Dr.Ir.Edi Guhardja,MSc

3. Dr. Ibnul Qayim

4. Pro. Dr.Ir. Lilik Budi Prasetyo, MSc

Penguji Luar Komisi :

1. Prof. Riset.Dr.Nadirman Haska MSc (BPPT)

2. Prof.Dr.Ir.A.M.Satari, MSc. (Guru besar Emeritus Faperta IPB)

b) Moh.Haryono (23 Desember 2010, Pukul : 10.00 ) (Ringkasan)

Judul :  Model pengembangan pengelolaan taman nasional secara terintegrasi: studi kasus pengelolaan berbasis ekowisata di Taman Nasional Bukit Tigapuluh, Prop. Riau dan Jambi

Tempat : RS.Senat Gd. Andi HakimNasution, Lantai 6

Penguji Utama :

1. Prof.Dr.Ir.Hadi S.Alikodra, MS

2. Dr.Ir.Rinekso Soekmadi,MScF

3. Prof. Dr.Ir. Lilik Budi Prasetyo, MSc.

Penguji Luar Komisi :

1. Dr.Ir. Hadi Daryanto, DEA (Dirjen Bina Produksi Kehutanan, Kementrian Kehutanan)

2. Dr.Ir.Aris Munandar (Dept. ARL, Faperta – IPB)