Leti Sundawati

Leti Sundawati
Bogor Agricultural University | IPB · Department of Forest Management

PhD

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How to enhance biodiversity in monoculture-dominated landscapes is a key sustainability question that requires considering the spatial organization of ecological communities (beta diversity). Here, we experimentally tested if increasing landscape heterogeneity - through tree islands - is a suitable landscape restoration strategy when aiming to enha...
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Microclimate and Land Surface Temperature (LST) are important analytical variables used to understand complex oil palm agroforestry systems and their effects on biodiversity and ecosystem functions. In order to examine experimental effects of tree species richness (0, 1, 2, 3 or 6), plot size (25 m², 100 m², 400 m², 1600 m²) and stand structural co...
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Agroforestry options such as mixed-species tree planting and natural regeneration in oil palm plantations may alleviate negative effects of forest loss on biodiversity and ecosystem functioning. The effects of agroforestry on microclimate and land surface temperatures (LST) remain largely unknown despite their central role in controlling abiotic an...
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Bamboo is proven to provide multi-benefits from the aspects of production, ecology and socio-economic. However, bamboo is still not fully developed. People tend to replace bamboo with wood species which are considered to be more profitable, one of them is sengon. The purpose of this study was to analyze bamboo management practices carried out by fa...
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1.Large‐scale conversion of tropical forests into oil palm monocultures has led to dramatic losses of biodiversity and ecosystem functions. While ecological restoration is urgently needed in many oil palm landscapes, there is a lack of scientific knowledge of sustainable management strategies. 2.We established experimental tree islands of varying s...
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Oil palm monocultures are highly productive, but there are widespread negative impacts on biodiversity and ecosystem functions. Some of these negative impacts might be mitigated by mixed-species tree interplanting to create agroforestry systems, but there is little experience with the performance of trees planted in oil palm plantations. We studied...
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The expansion of oil-palm plantations threatens tropical biodiversity and ecosystem functioning. While the expansion of oil palm has been associated with positive welfare effects, the strong dependence of local livelihoods on a single crop species also entails social and economic risks. Alternative management strategies could be important in mitiga...
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The concept of social capital has gained lots of attention as an important instrument to induce collective action on Common Pool Resources management. However, evidence demonstrated amply that social capital alone was not always enough to encourage collective action. There were other factors needed as a leverage to activate social capital but resea...
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Tropical biodiversity is threatened by the expansion of oil-palm plantations. Reducedimpact farming systems such as agroforests, have been proposed to increase biodiversity and ecosystem functioning. In regions where oil-palm plantations already dominate the landscape, this increase can only be achieved through systematic ecological restoration. Ho...
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Studi kelayakan terhadap kondisi prasyarat perlu dilakukan untuk keberhasilan implementasi program Hutan Desa, termasuk di wilayah Desa Tanjung Aur II. Penelitian ini bertujuan: 1) mengidentifikasi kondisi biogeofisik/persyaratan areal kerja; 2) menganalisis kondisi sosial ekonomi budaya masyarakat/persyaratan kelembagaan; 3) menganalisis dukungan...
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Agroforestri merupakan bentuk pemanfaatan lahan yang dikembangkan untuk memberikan manfaat ekonomi, ekologi dan sosial. Selain itu agroforestri memiliki peran untuk meningkatkan kesejahteraan masyarakat dengan menjamin ketersediaan pangan yang cukup dan mampu berperan sebagai penyedia bahan baku untuk bahan bakar nabati dan fungsi ekologis bagi mas...
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Diversity of mangrove function generates both tangible and intangible benefits and services causing its overall value is not easily recognized hence often overlooked in coastal areas development. The study used the total economic value as a framework for estimating the values of the different uses of mangroves in East Sinjai Sub District, South Sul...
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Local communities around the forest need to be involved in securing the sustainability of Mount Halimun Salak National Park (MHSNP), for example through the utilization of non-timber forest products (NTFPs) such as flora in the utilization zone. This research was aimed to provide data and information about 3 kinds of vegetation producing resin (Pin...
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Local communities around the forest need to be involved in securing the sustainability of Mount Halimun Salak National Park (MHSNP), for example through the utilization of non-timber forest products (NTFPs) such as flora in the utilization zone. This research was aimed to provide data and information about 3 kinds of vegetation producing resin (Pin...
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Local communities around the forest need to be involved in securing the sustainability of Mount Halimun Salak National Park (MHSNP), for example through the utilization of non-timber forest products (NTFPs) such as flora in the utilization zone. This research was aimed to provide data and information about 3 kinds of vegetation producing resin (Pin...
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Fostering the cognitive skills to analyse environmental "commons dilemmas" is an urgent task of environmental education globally. Commons dilemmas are characterised by structural incentives to overexploit a natural resource; their solution is particularly pressing in threatened biodiversity "hotspot" areas. Solutions to these dilemmas require local...
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Graduates of university programs addressing sustainable resource management are likely to shape strategies for natural resource use in the future. Their academic training needs to foster student knowledge of the multiple dimensions of natural resource management. This paper investigates university student understanding of such challenges. We differ...
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Many of Indonesia’s forest resources are degraded by over-utilisation due to de facto resources that are common property in the open-access areas. Consequences include social, economic, ecological, cultural as well as worldwide repercussions on resource degradation. The purpose of this study is to examine the pre-concepts of Indonesian biology stud...
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Indonesia adalah Negara Kepulauan yang mempunyai keragaman ekologi dan budaya dalam pengelolaan sumberdaya alam. Termasuk dalam pengelolaan hutan, masyarakat pulau-pulau kecil mempunyai system pengelolaan hutan adat yang terpelihara secara turun-temurun. Penelitian ini bertujuan mengkaji dinamika pengalolaan hutan adat berdasarkan kearifan masyarak...
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Nowadays, Lake Toba Catchment Area (LTCA) face huge environmental degradation as a cause of local human activities. This degradation is not only threated the Lake but also the human life both for human living in LTCA and in North Sumatera province. Efforts to reduce the degradation rate or to restore the LTCA ecosystem have been conducted by either...
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Recognition of the importance of economically sound conservation strategies is one of the foundations of the Convention on Biological Diversity. Because of their exceptional contribution to global biological diversity, the conservation of the Central Sulawesi (Indonesia) rainforests is a particularly important case for a successful application of s...

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Biodiversity enrichment of oil palm