JURNAL HUTAN PULAU-PULAU KECIL

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ISSN / EISSN : 2541-1241 / 2621-8798
Current Publisher: Faculty of Law Pattimura University (10.30598)
Total articles ≅ 81
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Febian F. Tetelay, Lily Pelupessy, Yacob Rahayaan, Bronnie S. Serlaloy, Hein A. Nimreskossu, Rizaldy R. Tuharea
JURNAL HUTAN PULAU-PULAU KECIL, Volume 4, pp 44-51; doi:10.30598/jhppk.2020.4.1.44

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Titi (Gmelina moluccana) is one of the native species that grow in Maluku. The information such as the growth and development of this species was still lacking. The purpose of this study was to determine the development of Titi plants at six years after planting. This research was studied lasted for six years and the measured data were plant height and diameter for six years. The method used is to analyze the development of the Titi plant based on the growth phase of the tree. The results showed that Titi plants after six years of planting had been in the growth phase of saplings or young trees and this type was species that in catagory fast growing because it almost reaches its economic cycle. These plants can be used for forest cultivation and industrial raw materials.
Jean Tahapary, Yosevita Th. Latupapua, C. K. Pattinasarany
JURNAL HUTAN PULAU-PULAU KECIL, Volume 4, pp 14-21; doi:10.30598/jhppk.2020.4.1.14

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Waai village is one of the villages in central Maluku district, which has long been known for having beautiful, natural and attractive tourist attractions. The purpose of this study is to analyze visitors' perceptions of the object of ecotourism in Waai Village. The research method used is a qualitative scoring and descriptive method. Data collection techniques are done through observation, interviews, questionnaires, and literature studies. Determination of the sample is done through accidental sampling technique. The results showed that the tourist attraction of Waai Village was Aer Morea uniqueness, mountain beauty, beautiful natural scenery, waterfalls, diversity of flora and fauna as well as climatic conditions of cool temperatures, and the completeness of supporting facilities for tourists. The characteristics of tourist objects are dominated by tourists aged 15-25 years, high school education level, student / student work, gender dominated by men, many visitors from outside the area, sources of information obtained from friends / relatives, tourist destinations for recreation. The perception of visitors to the Waai Village tourist attraction is in the very satisfying category (97%) in terms of the uniqueness of the attraction, accessibility, facilities, and other supporting services as well as the security of the tourist location.
Hamdani Syahdan, Yosevita Theodora Latupapua, Billy B. Seipalla
JURNAL HUTAN PULAU-PULAU KECIL, Volume 4, pp 80-90; doi:10.30598/jhppk.2020.4.1.80

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The purpose of this study was to analyze the role of Ohoidertawun villagers in the management of coastal tourism objects in the Ohoidertawun Village, Kei Kecil District, Southeast Maluku Regency. The method used in this study is a qualitative method, data collection techniques through observation, filling questionnaires, interviews, and literature studies. The results of the study explained that the role of the Ohoidertawun village community was categorized as interactive and independent participation. The form of participation is given in the form of ideas and energy. At the planning stage the community is involved in providing ideas that are made as a joint decision by the whole community to develop the potential of an existing attraction in the village into a destination that has a value of attraction for tourists. The community management stage took its own initiative to develop and carry out regional spatial planning in supporting tourism facilities by setting up shelters, food stalls, toilets, trash bins, guard posts. The tourist facilities at the Ohoidertawun beach object are carried out independently by the community themselves, without any assistance from investors or the tourism office in Southeast Maluku. While at the development stage, the community prepares cultural events that are elaborated with natural tourism, and culinary tourism becomes a tour package
Fitri N.S. Ellis, Troice E. Siahaya, Mersiana Sahureka
JURNAL HUTAN PULAU-PULAU KECIL, Volume 4, pp 64-79; doi:10.30598/jhppk.2020.4.1.64

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The objective of this study was to find out components of production cost and analyzing the cost of production materials which used full costing method and variable costing method. This research was conducted at October 2019 on PT. Katingan Timber Celebes Wamlana Village, Fenaleisela Subdistrict, Buru Regency. The company is a buried sawmill industry at Buru Island when has a primary industrial license for timber. Research data were collected by observation, documentation and interview methods, and then analyzed by full costing and variable costing methods. The result showed that the components of production cost consist of raw materials cost, direct labor cost used fixed factory overhead cost and variable factory overhead cost. The cost of production used costing method have value of Rp.5.120.341.644,- more higher compered to variable costing is Rp.4.542.320.899,- the difference value of the cost of production due to full costing methods which imposes the fixed overhead cost and the variable overhead cost, that the cost of production is higher than with variable costing methods which imposes by factory overhead cost.
Lutfia I. Litiloly, Gun Mardiatmoko, Debby V. Pattimahu
JURNAL HUTAN PULAU-PULAU KECIL, Volume 4, pp 22-30; doi:10.30598/jhppk.2020.4.1.22

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Analysis of the economic value of mangrove forests in Kotania Bay, West Seram District is important to study. Mangrove forest ecosystems are often regarded as public property resources that can be used by anyone without regard to its sustainability aspects. Over-utilization results in the depletion of mangrove forest resources and the ability of ecosystems to provide environmental services is decreasing. The low knowledge of the local community for the potential of mangrove forests as an economic source, it is necessary to do an economic valuation of the magnitude and benefits of mangrove forests. The Methods used in this study is Total Economic Value (TEV) based on direct benefits, indirect benefits and the optional benefits. The results showed that the direct benefits of economic value is IDR 318,360,000 / year (44%), indirect benefits is IDR 243,468,473 / year (34%), optional benefits is IDR 163586,356 / year (22%) while the TEV is IDR 725,414,829 / year.
Rusan Latuconsina, Gun Mardiatmoko, Jusmy D. Putuhena
JURNAL HUTAN PULAU-PULAU KECIL, Volume 4, pp 1-13; doi:10.30598/jhppk.2020.4.1.1

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The development of Ambon City has always been linear with urbanization and land use, where an increasing number of people have urged forest lands to be converted to open lands, such as settlements, businesses, and other infrastructure in the form of built-up land. On a larger scale, the process of land-use change results in land cover changes that affect changes in the Ambon City landscape and microclimate conditions. The biogeophysical characteristic cs of Ambon City as a small island region have a large and small river basin and hilly topography makes it risky when city development pays little attention to the balance of ecological landscape aspects. Therefore this study aims to analyze the variation of the vegetation index NDVI (Normalized Difference Vegetation Index) on changes in the Ambon City, Maluku Province. The results showed that during the last 25 years (1993 to 2018) there was an increase in class area from Very Rare Forest to Rare Forest by 874.04 ha, an increase in the class area of ​​Medium Forest by 567.42 ha, an increase in class area from Dense Forest to Very Dense by 2,861.80 ha and a decrease in class area from Dense Forest to Very Dense Forest by 4,176.07 ha. If the reduction in the classes size of Dense Forest and Very Dense Forest is combined into groups of class increase of Very Rare Forest and Rare Forest, then the total increase in the land landscape area with a reduced or lost vegetation value was 5,050.11 ha.
Fansuri Fikri Haikal, Rahmat Safe’I, Arief Darmawan
JURNAL HUTAN PULAU-PULAU KECIL, Volume 4, pp 31-43; doi:10.30598/jhppk.2020.4.1.31

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Community forestry is a social forestry scheme in state forests. Hkm empowers communities around the forest area to increase the ability and independence of the local community. Forest health monitoring is still rarely applied in the management of HKm. Forest health monitoring results can be a reference in making the right decisions in managing HKm so that the results obtained can be optimal. This study aims to determine the results of forest health monitoring in Beringin Jaya HKm managed by KTH Lestari Jaya 8. The research was conducted using the Forest Health Monitoring (FHM) method. Forest health monitoring results show that there are 6 cluster plots with the final value of forest health status in cluster 1 (2.53) bad category, plot 2 (8.98) good category, plot 3 (6.31) moderate category, plot cluster 4 (10.51) category is good, cluster plot 5 (10.74) category is good and cluster plot 6 (8.98) category is good. Thus the results of forest health monitoring obtained by KTH Lestari Jaya 8 with an average final value of forest health status is moderate
Yusdi Y.R.S Mahulete, Henderina Lelloltery, Billy B. Seipalla
JURNAL HUTAN PULAU-PULAU KECIL, Volume 4, pp 52-63; doi:10.30598/jhppk.2020.4.1.52

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The objectives of this study were to identify the potential of natural tourism of Lake Ninifala and determine the communities roles on managing and developing Lake Ninifala tourism object. The method used was survey with interview, observation, and documentation data collection techniques. Community sampling was used purposive sampling technique. Analysis of the data used descriptive qualitative analysis. The results showed the potential of the lake ninifala tourism object, including the potential of flora and fauna which has the uniqueness and natural beauty in the form of two trees in the middle of the lake called "match water". The community plays a role in providing tourist facilities such as building gazebos, walking places and stalls / kiosks. The role of the community in the aspect of accessibility is in the form of repairing damaged roads and making new roads to the location of objects and the role of the community in providing tour guides. The role of BUMDES in tourism activities includes the role in the planning aspect, related to decision making in the form of giving ideas and opinions about the management of attractions. The area management aspects such as the community provides the facilities needed by tourists, the cleanliness of tourist sites and tree planting activities around the lake. The utilization aspect of economic value such as people earn income from tourist spending and social cultural values ​​in the form of community pride agains their tourism potential. Furthermore, the community and BUMDES together become supervisors.
Shirley Fredriksz, Lily Joris
JURNAL HUTAN PULAU-PULAU KECIL, Volume 4, pp 91-101; doi:10.30598/jhppk.2020.4.1.91

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The objective of the study was to determine in-vitro digestibility of complete ration biscuit using sago pith as adhesive substance. The experiment was arranged in Complete Randomized Design with 5 treatments and 5 replications. The treatments were P1 (50% mini elephant grass+ 20% leucaena + 30% sago pith + 0% rice bran), P2 (50% mini elephant grass+ 20% leucaena + 25% sago pith + 5% rice bran), P3 (50% mini elephant grass+ 20% leucaena + 20% sago pith +10% rice bran ) and P4 (50% mini elephant grass+ 20% leucaena + 15% sago pith + 15% rice bran). Variables measured were digestibility of dry (DM) and organic matter (OM), NH3 level, total volatile fatty acid (VFA), and rumen pH. The results show that the treatment has no significant effect on vitro digestibility of dry and organic matter. In vitro -digestibility is ranging from 90.7 – 91.4% and 87.5 – 88.4 % for DM and OM, respectively. In-vitro test on complete ration biscuit which consists of sago pith, rice bran, mini elephant grass and leucaena leucocephala has no significant (P>0.05) on NH3 level, total volatile fatty acid and rumen pH. In conclusion, sago pith can be potentially used as adhesive substance in formulating complete ration biscuit.
Rajab Rajab, Michel J. Matatula, Elisabet L. Slubyanik
JURNAL HUTAN PULAU-PULAU KECIL, Volume 4, pp 102-110; doi:10.30598/jhppk.2020.4.1.102

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A success of government effort to support a breeding development program of local livestock not get out of the participation of breeder society. The research objective was to analysis local breeder knowledge and participation rate and their both correlation in Moa buffalo breeding in Moa island. This research was conducted by using survey method, with 30 respondents from three village in which ten for each village were selected to interview. Data collected was analysed by using descriptive method. Observed variables were knowledge and participation rate of local buffalo herders. The results showed that knowledge scores of the breeders from the three villages Tounwawan, Klis and Werwaru were 15,0 ; 15,8 and 15,8 respectively and categorized in low level. The participation scores of local buffalo breeder were 26,9 (high), 17,5 (low), and 20,4 (medium) respectively for Tounwawan, Klis and Werwaru. There was no correlation of the rate of breeders knowledge and their participation scores in breeding development of Moa buffalo in Moa island.
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