BOPTN (2014)

Penelitian dari Peneliti Indonesia yang didanai oleh BOPTN tahun 2014 (Sumber DIKTI Kementrian Pendididikan dan Kebudayaan RI)
Tahun Nama Peneliti Judul Penelitian Sumber Dana
2014 Dr. Idham Sakti Harahap/ B09) Ecological Services of Transformed Ecosystem: The role of Ants and Termites in different land-use in Jambi Dana BOPTN DIKTI
2014   Prof. Iskandar Z. Siregar/B03   Practical Application of DNA Barcoding for Conservation of Endangered Tree Species Dana BOPTN DIKTI
2014   Dr Suria Darma Tarigan/ B10   Impacts of Oil Palm Plantation and Forest Patches Landscape Mosaic on Catchment Water Balance Dana BOPTN DIKTI
2014 Prof. Elias/ B04 Inovasi Metode dan Model Estimasi Biomassa dan Massa Karbon Hutan Karet Rakyat Dengan Kombinasi Cara Terrestrial dan Aerial (Innovation on the methods and estimation models for carbon mass in Jungle Rubber through Terrestrial and Aerial Approaches) Dana BOPTN DIKTI
2014   Dr. Ulfah J. Siregar – IPB- B03   Status and Population Genetics of Two Dyera species (Jelutung) in Jambi Dana BOPTN DIKTI
2014 Dr. Herdhata Agusta -A02 Konservasi Air Dan Tanah Dengan Legum Pada Berbagai Kemiringan Kebun Sawit Dan Karet Di Kawasan Hutan Harapan Di Jambi (Soil and water conservation with legumes on different slopes of oil palm and rubber plantation around Harapan Rainforest-Jambi) Dana BOPTN DIKTI
2014   Dr. Idham Sakti Harahap/ B09)   Ecological Services of Transformed Ecosystem:The role of Ants and Termites in different land-use in Jambi Dana BOPTN DIKTI
2014 Prof. Iskandar Z. Siregar/B03 Practical Application of DNA Barcoding for Conservation of Endangered Tree Species Dana BOPTN DIKTI
2014   Dr Suria Darma Tarigan/ B10   Impacts of Oil Palm Plantation and Forest Patches Landscape Mosaic on Catchment Water Balance Dana BOPTN DIKTI
2014 Prof. Elias/ B04   Inovasi Metode dan Model Estimasi Biomassa dan Massa Karbon Hutan Karet Rakyat Dengan Kombinasi Cara Terrestrial dan Aerial (Innovation on the methods and estimation models for carbon mass in Jungle Rubber through Terrestrial and Aerial Approaches) Dana BOPTN DIKTI
2014   Dr. Ulfah J. Siregar – IPB- B03   Status and Population Genetics of Two Dyera species (Jelutung) in Jambi Dana BOPTN DIKTI
2014 Dr. Herdhata Agusta -A02 Konservasi Air Dan Tanah Dengan Legum Pada Berbagai Kemiringan Kebun Sawit Dan Karet Di Kawasan Hutan Harapan Di Jambi (Soil and water conservation with legumes on different slopes of oil palm and rubber plantation around Harapan Rainforest-Jambi) Dana BOPTN DIKTI




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In many tropical areas, rainforests are cleared in order to exploit timber and other forest products and plant crops for food, feed and fuel use. Commonly it is assumed that, when natural forests are cleared, all forest functions and services are lost. However, complete conservation is not realistic in many settings and might also not be required from an ecological perspective. Surprisingly, the determinants of different patterns of deforestation and the roles of resulting transformation systems of tropical rainforests for conserving biodiversity as well as ecological and socioeconomic functions have so far received little attention in scientific research. The Collaborative Research Center (CRC) aims at providing science-based knowledge on how to protect and enhance the ecological functions of tropical forests and agricultural transformation systems at a landscape scale, while improving human welfare. Further, the program aims at providing baseline information on how to integrate agricultural land use and conservation issues. The research will be implemented in one of the largest regions of tropical lowland rainforest in Southeast Asia, namely Jambi Province in Sumatra, Indonesia. The most important transformation systems in Jambi include rubber and oil palm plantations. Within Jambi, two landscapes and 32 core sites – including transformation systems and forest reference sites – were selected for detailed analyses. The CRC scientific projects will analyze and compare a broad range of issues, including above and below ground biodiversity, soil fertility, water, nutrient and greenhouse gas fluxes, as well as economic, social, cultural and political aspects related to rainforest transformation. A particular focus will be on identifying synergies and trade-offs among and between the various ecological and socioeconomic functions, which is an important precondition for designing and implementing more sustainable systems (including biosphere reserves). The CRC is organized in close cooperation between the University of Göttingen and the university of Jambi (UNJA), Bogor Agricultural University (IPB), Tadulako University (UNTAD) and the Indonesian Institute of Science (LIPI). It is a unique research undertaking on issues of lowland rainforest transformation, especially with a view to its very broad interdisciplinary focus and landscape perspective.