for Journals by Title or ISSN
for Articles by Keywords
Followed Journals
Journal you Follow: 0
Sign Up to follow journals, search in your chosen journals and, optionally, receive Email Alerts when new issues of your Followed Journals are published.
Already have an account? Sign In to see the journals you follow.
Journal Cover Wahana Forestra : Jurnal Kehutanan
  [0 followers]  Follow
  This is an Open Access Journal Open Access journal
   ISSN (Print) 1858-4209 - ISSN (Online) 2548-608X
   Published by Universitas Lancang Kuning Homepage  [6 journals]

    • Authors: Hadinoto Hadinoto, Eni Suhesti
      Abstract: ABSTRACT One of the government's efforts in maintaining the ecological balance in urban areas is to give an award in the form of "ADIPURA" to the cities judged to meet criteria such as; hygiene, beauty, beauty, comfort, green and other environmental aspects. The purpose of research is to identify the level of understanding of students and employees of the University Lancang Kuning Pekanbaru. Primary data was collected through interviews with respondents using the help of questionnaires (attached). Determination of the respondents were randomized (random sampling) for each faculty (S1). The number of respondents who were taken as many as 30 students and 30 employees. Data obtained from filling the questionnaire will be processed in the following manner; the number of questions in questionnaires of 20 questions. Each question provided three answers for respondents to choose according to their understanding. To quantify the data by using a Likert scale, which is any of respondents who are knowledgeable about Verse (answer "Yes") rated 3, which is not yet fully understood (answered "Doubt") was given a value of 2 and that does not understand (answered "No") by a value of 1. the data obtained will be analyzed descriptively, the depiction of data obtained as it is, without any lawyer-generalisasian. Data will be illustrated through tables or graphs. Based on the research results can be summarized as follows: (1) the level of student understanding of the Lancang Kuning University adipura for high category (33.33%), moderate (56.67%) and low (10%); (2) the level of employees' understanding of the Lancang Kuning University adipura for high category (63.33%) and moderate (36.67%).
      Keywords: adipura, comprehension, students, employees
      Issue No: Vol. 11

    • Authors: Ervayenri Ervayenri, Emy Sadjati, Enny Insusanty
      Abstract: ABSTRACT This study aims to identify factors important to increase support and participation of village communities Penyengat on carbon trading in KPH Tasik Besar Serkap. The study was conducted from September 2015 until December 2015 involving 40 respondents in village of  Penyengat Sungai Apit, Siak District, Riau Province. Data was collected through interviews using a structured questionnaire.  The study states that all respondents (100%) like to plant a tree. Types of trees planted by the respondents are fruits (33,33%), corn (22,22%), and forest plants (22,22%).  In addition to plant rubber trees, palm or other forest plants, the majority of respondents (50,00%) to plant annual crops under the crop. Types of crops that are vegetables (50,00%). The seasonal crops majority (78,79%) and partly consumed by (6,06%) were sold to consumers around the village Penyengat.  Most respondents (72,73%) had never heard of climate change / REDD+, only 15,15% of respondents who have heard through village officials (52,38%) and the RT (14,29%). Most respondents (44,44%) did not know the meaning of REDD+ activities.  If REDD+ activities are carried out, the potential of local institutions to implement is a farmer groups (33,33%), and public (33,33%). While other respondents (22,22%) could not give an answer about local agencies that have the potential to implement carbon trading activities in the village Penyengat. If REDD + activities be conducted, the training needs to be done according to the respondents (71,43%) for the institution designated as administrators. Institutions that may be involved is a farmer groups (62,50%). Keywords: carbon trading, increased support, REDD +
      Issue No: Vol. 11

    • Authors: Triroh Wahyudi, Sri Prastyaningsih, Azwin Azwin
      Abstract: ABSTRACT Tropical rain forest is one type of forest ecosystem that dominated most of Sumatra areal. Arboretum of Faculty of forestry, Lancang Kuning University is the one of tropical rain forest  which the environment becomes a place or habitat for living things. This study aims to describe the various of fungi Basidiomycota. This study was going on May – June 2016. The making technique of data by exkplore an arboretum area to straight saw the fungi. The data collected were characteristic of fungi by morphology and detail pictue to indentification.  The result shows that there are 25 species include in 12 families. Species that is Auricularia auricula, Schyzophylum commune, Ramariopsis kunzei, Agaricus crocopeplus, Lepiota sp, Lycoperdon Pyriforme, Crepidotus sp, Mycena incata, Mycena sp, Marasmieullus candidus, Marasmius andracaceus, Marasmius elegan, Marasmius sp1, Marasmius sp2, Collybia sp, Polyporus sp, Lignosus rhinocerus, Ganoderma aplanatum, Ganoderma sp, Fomitopsis cajanderi, Fomitopsis finicola, Grivola Frondosa, Grivola sp, Coltricia perennis dan Coltricia cinamomea. The number of fungi order were 5 (five)  that could be Auriculateales, Aphylloporales, Agaricales, Polyporales and Hymenochaetales.   Keywords : Basidiomycota, species, the tropical rain forest
      Issue No: Vol. 11
  • Kajian Eklogi Pasak Bumi (Eurycoma longifolia Jack) dan Pemanfaatan oleh
           Masyarakat di sekitar Hutan Larangan Adat Rumbio, Kabupaten Kampar
           Provinsi Riau

    • Authors: Sapruddin Hasibuan, Eni Suhesti, Enny Insusanty
      Abstract: ABSTRACTPasak bumi  is one kind of medicinal plants commonly consumed by people and grow in Prohibition of Indigenous Forests Rumbio. Information on the ecological conditions Pasak bumi  in Prohibition of Indigenous Forests Rumbio is important known as an indicator of the presence of Pasak bumi, and their population in the forest. The purpose of this study to analyze the ecological conditions Pasak bumi in  Prohibition of Indigenous Forests Rumbio, and know how to use Pasak bumu conducted by people around the Prohibition of Indigenous Forests Rumbio. The method used in this study was a survey method, the implementation of the research started from the observation, creating a plot, measurement, and data acquisition. The average temperature  in the research location  28,090C, average air humidity 85.38%, and the average light intensity of 582.20 lux, type of soil is  Red Yellow Podzolic, with a pH of 5.5-6.4. Pasak bumi found in site which it is flat and slopes for 15%, with an altitude of 600-750m above sea level.  Pasak bumi grown on sloping ground that is not waterlogged. Communities around the Prohibition of Indigenous Forests Rumbio utilize Pasak bumi from the leaves, stems, bark and roots. The perceived benefits of the Pasak bumi by society is to improve blood circulation, eliminate fatigue, malaria drugs, smooth urination, mouth sores, itching disease medicine, a tonic after childbirth and fever.Keywords: ecology, pasak bumi, plant medicine, public knowledge.
      Issue No: Vol. 11
  • Peran Kerja Sama Tim dalam Penanggulangan Kebakaran Hutan dan Lahan

    • Authors: Junaidi Junaidi
      Abstract: ABSTRACTLand and forest fires (Karlahut) pose a great impact in terms of environment, education, politics, economics, health, inter-state relations and the image of Indonesia in the eyes of the world. As a result of Karlahut has damaged millions of hectares of land and forests that have an impact on material and immaterial losses are very large. Through the Minister of Environment and Forestry of the Republic of Indonesia Number P.32 / MenLHK / Secretariat / Kum.1 / 3/2016 have set a system control forest fires. Teamwork is a critical importance of a system of land and forest fire control. Tampa team that is compact and harmonious then the purpose of the system already built will be difficult to accomplish. Keyword : karlahut, tim, staekholder.
      Issue No: Vol. 11
  • INOKULASI FUSARIUM sp. PADA POHON KARAS (Aquilaria malaccencis Lamk.)

    • Authors: Azwin Azwin
      Abstract: ABSTRACT This study aimed to get a dose of right inoculants Fusarium sp. and accelerate the creation of aloes. This research was conducted in test models of agro forestry plots and aloes-owned Balai Penelitian dan Teknologi Serat Tanaman Hutan (BPTSTH) Kuok that located in the village of Kembang Damai Districts of Pagaran Tapah Darussalam Rokan Hulu District. Held for 3 months from July to September 2013. The research method using a randomized block design with 5 treatments, namely in drill without being given inoculant fungi Fusarium sp. (Control), (P1), inoculant 0.5 cc / hole (P2), inoculant 1 cc / hole (P3), inoculant 1.5 cc / hole (P4), inoculant 2 cc / hole (P5). Each treatment was appli.ed in three (3) blocks, the first block to the treatment of Karas trees to plant oil palm on a spacing of 2 meters, block II spacing of 3 meters and a block III at spacing of 4 meters. After 3 months of observation of the extensive infection, discoloration and changes in the level of flavor very significant effect. A symptom of the infection area formed on the aloe tree tends to spread vertically to follow the direction of the vascular tissue of the stem. To aloes ± 6 years old should use a dose of 0.5 cc / borehole inoculant Fusarium sp. Keywords: Agarwood, Inokulsi Fusarium sp., Trees Karas
      Issue No: Vol. 11

    • Authors: Sonia Somadona, Evi Sribudiani, Tuti Arlita
      Abstract: ABSTRACT Plywood is a composite product in form of an artificial board made of veneer sheets that were bonded together with an arrangement of perpendicular intersection. The quality of plywood circulating in Bengkalis City market was examined onits quality of the surface, inside and back space, moisture content and the thickness of its swell . The examination on the quality of plywood for construction of buildings circulating in Bengkalis City Market was using the standard of SNI 01-5008.2-1999. The test results of 4 plywood trademarks circulating in the market of Bengkalis City on its surface quality was showing that the product as known as Arwana and Tunas trademarks were belong to C class, Fortune that has quality B class, and OFR was on A class quality. While the quality inside of plywood of brand mark as Arwana, Tunas and Fortune were including to class A quality (overlap defect), but those 2 natural and technical defects is not including to SNI requirement criterias (slit and length), OFR trademark plywood’s inside quality was included into A classon its natural and technical defect criteria. Further, the quality of plywood’s back space of those 4 trademarks circulating in Bengkalis City were included into the standard SNI 01-5008.2-1999. The examintaion of moisture content in accordance to SNI 01-5008.2-1999 standard showed that Fortune and OFR trademark were fulfilling the requirement standard of 14%, while Arwana and Tunas were having higher water content (≥ 20%). At last,  the thickness swell of all trademarks were in conformity with the SNI 01-5008.2-1999, in which reqiuring its thickness of 12%.  Keywords: quality, plywood, Bengkalis
      Issue No: Vol. 11
School of Mathematical and Computer Sciences
Heriot-Watt University
Edinburgh, EH14 4AS, UK
Tel: +00 44 (0)131 4513762
Fax: +00 44 (0)131 4513327
Home (Search)
Subjects A-Z
Publishers A-Z
Your IP address:
About JournalTOCs
News (blog, publications)
JournalTOCs on Twitter   JournalTOCs on Facebook

JournalTOCs © 2009-2016