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Nuri Nurlaila Setiawan

Nuri Nurlaila Setiawan
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A permanent plot is a powerful tool to study the vegetation’s dynamics and regeneration in the forest ecosystem. This study presents the first four-year tree vegetation monitoring in a one-hectare permanent plot established in a mixed forest of Mount Papandayan (MP) Nature Reserve, Indonesia. Besides studying the structure and floristic tree commun...
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The increase of unsustainable human activities in watershed areas gave a huge pressure, causing land degradation and reduced the river water quality. This study aimed to describe the land use management and calculate the carrying capacity as a part of natural resource management of Bangsri Micro Watershed, the upper Brantas watershed in East Java,...
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Understanding the mechanisms and barriers to the restoration of degraded land, especially post agriculture, will help provide protocols on effective ways of restoration into functional ecosystems. One of the barriers in early stages of forest restoration is the arrival and availability of propagules. Seed rain and factors affecting it (i.e., distan...
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For decades, ecologists have investigated the effects of tree species diversity on tree productivity at different scales and with different approaches ranging from observational to experimental study designs. Using data from five European national forest inventories (16,773 plots), six tree species diversity experiments (584 plots), and six network...
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Overyielding in mixed-species forests has been demonstrated in a vast body of literature, and the focus of functional biodiversity research is now shifting towards a mechanistic understanding of these observations. 2.We explored diversity-productivity relationships (DPRs) at two sites of a large-scale tree diversity experiment, with harsh (Ged) and...
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Mixing different tree species in forest plantations might increase stand productivity and resilience compared to monocultures, but mixing effects in the early stage of mixed forest plantations are still poorly understood. In general, sapling growth is affected by environmental factors, sapling species identity, direct and indirect interactions with...
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Mixed forest with multiple tree species is expected to create heterogeneous habitat and diverse niches for the canopy arthropod community. We assessed arthropod abundance, order richness, and community composition in the crowns of saplings of nine temperate tree species in two plantations of a recently established tree diversity experiment in Belgi...
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Mixed forest plantations, delivering multiple ecosystem services, are generally recognized as more sustainable than monocultures. Mixing different tree species in forest plantations can increase the stand productivity, provide resistance to pests and diseases, and improve nutrient cycling processes. The more heterogeneous habitat created by mixed f...
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During the last two decades, functional biodiversity research has provided strong support for the hypothesis that more biodiverse ecosystems have the potential to deliver more and better services. However, most empirical support for this hypothesis comes from simple structured communities that are relatively easy to manipulate. The impact of forest...
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Mount Papandayan Nature Reserve (MPNR) is an area highly rich in biodiversity, however deforestation has left a vast area urgently in need of reforestation. When reforestation is designed to restore some level of biodiversity, it is imperative that native tree species are used for planting. This research aimed to provide information on the flowerin...
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Mount Papandayan Nature Reserve in West Java has experienced a large-scale deforestation mainly due to illegal conversion of forests into agricultural fields during mid 1990s. Following the government's action to vacate the Nature Reserve from agriculture activities, most of farming activities have stopped and the fields were then abandoned. In som...

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