Forest

Lakukanlah 3 Langkah Ini Sebelum Memilih Minat di Kehutanan

13 Jan , 2016  

Pemilihan minat studi angkatan 2014 Fakultas Kehutanan UGM, 12 Januari 2016

Pemilihan minat studi angkatan 2014 Fakultas Kehutanan UGM, 12 Januari 2016

Hari ini persimpangan besar buat Angkatan 2014 telah tiba. Jalan bersama akan berakhir dan rombongan harus dibagi. Ingatlah kawan! Bukan untuk berpecah belah, melainkan guna penajaman minat studi.

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Coastal Forest,Etnobotany,Forest,Social Value

New Social Values on the Establishment of Cemara Udang (Casuarina equisetifolia) in the Southern Coast of Yogyakarta

18 Mar , 2013  

Today, cemara udang, a local name for beach sheoak (Casuarina equisetifolia), has been extensively distributed along the Southern Coast of Yogyakarta, Indonesia, both in the rows formation and in individuals. After its first establishment in Samas Beach by Universitas Gadjah Mada in October 1996cemara udanghas provided benefits especially for coastal inhabitants. New social values were also set up by coastal inhabitant to sustain the use of cemara udang. We investigated and interviewed 200 respondents along the Southern Coast of Bantul Regency, Yogyakarta, during April-May 2012. A questioner was used to guide the interview in order to find out the detail of social values set up. The interview results confirmed that cemara udang was an important species in the coast for windbreak (40.5%); suitable for green landscape, better tourism and culinary (36%); shade trees (34%); and others. The benefits of cemara udang caused close relationship between coastal inhabitants and this species. This relationship was also reflected within the names of food stalls, beach, and new local names such as cemoro laut (19%) and cemoro pantai (1%). There was a little perception difference between respondents in understanding the prohibition limits related to the use of cemara udangMost of them More…

Coastal Forest,Forest

The Distribution of Cemara Udang (Casuarina equisetifolia) and Its Utilization Along Southern Coast of Bantul, Yogyakarta

17 Des , 2012  

Casuarina equisetifolia

Bantul is one of four regencies and city in Yogyakarta Province, Indonesia. Hills in the eastern and western, plain in the middle and coast in the southern directly border on Indian Ocean. Due to the existing of protected area, sandy agricultural land and the biggest contribution to regency income from tourism, cultural beach and fish landing ports, the southern coast becomes very More…

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Dendrology,Educational Forest,Forest,Wanagama Forest

Tracking: Easy Method to introducing Forest and to Practicing English Language by Game Model

10 Nov , 2012  

pintu gerbang wanagama I yogyakarta by atus syahbudin

Main gate of Wanagama Forest

Tracking is an exciting step to combine the introduction of forestry objects combined with the practice of English with a fun way. The purpose of this activity is to know the forest and practice English through games model tracking. In order to know the forest, it was done jungle tracking at five different headings, namely: soil profile, succession,  and regeneration of sandalwood, ebony stand, mahogany stands, and More…

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Forest,Wanagama Forest

Wanagama Forest’s Biodiversity: Plant Species in the Uncultivated Area

29 Mar , 2012  

wanagama forest

Wanagama forest where located in Yogyakarta Province, Indonesia was cleared in 1926. It was then rehabilitated by teak (Tectona grandis) in 1927 and 1948, but they had not been successful yet. In 1960 and 1964, Universitas Gadjah Mada (UGM) started to cultivate mulberry (Morus alba) in 10 hectares, as well as fast growing and fast harvesting species. Terrace was used and season also calculated. In 1967, rehabilitation continued by tree species within 79.9 hectares and became More…

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Forest,Japanese Rural Forest

Forest in the hills of Matsuyama City

2 Des , 2010  

Like most of places in Japan, Matsuyama City located between the hills. More…

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