Study at Kyoto and Bogor Fair 2018

16 11 2018

Study at Kyoto and Bogor Fair 2018!!! 

Study at Kyoto and Bogor Fair

Study at Kyoto and Bogor Fair

We are glad to announce that “Study at Kyoto and Bogor Fair 2018” is coming soon!

If you are interested in pursuing higher education in Japan, especially in Kyoto University or in Bogor Agricultural University (IPB), this is your chance to make it happen. Receive the latest information on admissions, scholarships, international programs, fees, and more!

This event will be held on:
Date: Friday, November 30th 2018
Time: 15:00-17:30
Place: Conference room D-F, IPB International Convention Center (IICC), Botani Square, Bogor Tengah.

Participants will be given e-certificates, goodie bags, and opportunities to win doorprizes.

Register now to secure your seats.
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Nitrate Concentration Ciliwung River Bogor City

15 11 2018

Spatial and temporal distribution of nitrate concentration in Ciliwung River, Bogor City

A J SutrisnoR L Kaswanto and H S Arifin

Published under licence by IOP Publishing Ltd
IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental ScienceVolume 179conference 1

Nitrate Concentration Ciliwung River Bogor City

Nitrate Concentration Ciliwung River Bogor City

Abstract

Water is very important as a source of life for human and other living organism. Bogor City has two main rivers, i.e. Cisadane River and Ciliwung River. Those rivers, particularly Ciliwung River has low in water quality, that has been affected by land use changes and human activities. Nitrate concentration is one of hazardous chemical observed in this research, due to Nitrate contamination is very dangerous for human health. Focus of this paper is how the spatial distribution of Nitrate concentration in Ciliwung River. There were 13 sites of water sampling in Ciliwung River. Water samples were collected in December 2016, January 2017, and February 2017. Inverted Distance Weighted method was used to identify spatial distribution of Nitrate concentration. According to the analysis results, Nitrate had different concentrations in December 2016, January 2017, and February 2017. The highest concentration of Nitrate in December 2016 has occurred in three sites, i.e. Kedung Halang, Cibuluh and Sukaresmi. Nitrate concentration had increased from 4.30 to 5.70 mg/L in January 2017, and the highest had occurred in Sukaresmi. Further more, Nitrate concentration had decreased become 4.80 mg/L in February 2017, where the highest concentration of Nitrate had occurred in Cibuluh, Sukaresmi, Bantar Jati, and Kebun Raya Bogor.

PDF can be downloaded at http://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/1755-1315/179/1/012039 

Nitrate Concentration Ciliwung River Bogor City

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Bio-Retaining Wall for Constructed Riverbank

14 11 2018

Bio-Retaining wall as an adaptive design of constructed riverbank into sustainable urban riparian landscape management

A MosyaftianiKaswanto and HS Arifin

Source: http://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/1755-1315/179/1/012015

Published under licence by IOP Publishing Ltd
IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental ScienceVolume 179conference 1

Bio-Retaining Wall for Constructed Riverbank

Bio-Retaining Wall for Constructed Riverbank

Abstract

Indonesia has been struggling in managing erosion and existed adjacent settlement in urban riparian landscape. Retaining wall construction has been done to handle the problems. It has protected the riverbank, but has not considered the ecological issues. Moreover, some of the existing retaining wall in Indonesian urban riparian has been built without any standard and proper management by the community who lives surrounding it, include in Ciliwung Riparian along Bogor City. The retaining wall may potentially risk and clearly not have any environmental benefit. This research was conducted to discover the design of retaining wall that has more adaptive to environment and household grey water biofiltering, called as Bio-Retaining Wall. The case study was carried out in Ciliwung Riparian along Bogor City. Research data such as Retaining Wall Information Collection and Assessment System (WICAS) and design processes by adaptive model approach were combined as the methods for generating design in this research. The assessment result showed that most of retaining walls in the riparian were in risky condition of erosion, landslide, and poor household drainage. Bio-Retaining Wall is designed as adaptive retaining wall by having particular components for wastewater separation, water filtration, and plant cultivation. Despite the fact that Bio-Retaining Wall need further development, it may have prospect for the future of constructed riverbank into more sustainable by considering ecological aspect.

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PDF can be downloaded pada http://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/1755-1315/179/1/012015/pdf: Bio-Retaining Wall for Constructed Riverbank

 

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Plants Production of Agroforestry System

26 10 2018

Plants Production of Agroforestry System in Ciliwung Riparian Landscape, Bogor Municipality

YB PrastiyoRL Kaswanto and HS Arifin

Source: http://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/1755-1315/179/1/012013

Published under licence by IOP Publishing Ltd
IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental ScienceVolume 179conference 1

Agroforestry System

Agroforestry System

Abstract

Settlement occupation in Ciliwung riparian zone along Bogor Municipality has reduced vegetation formations of agroforestry, such as kebun campuran (mixed gardens), talun (forest gardens), and pekarangan (home gardens). These processes have reduced plants production, one of riparian landscape services. The purpose of this paper is to know the plant production capacity of agroforestry land use, as a basis for arranging the management of agroforestry landscape in Ciliwung riparian, Bogor Municipality. The study used 14 sample plots (4 taluns, 5 mixed gardens, 5 pekarangans) with purposive sampling method, to plants production analysis of agroforestry land use. Furthermore, the calculation of Land Equivalent Ratio (LER) is conducted to know land productivity. The agroforestry system in Ciliwung riparian, Bogor Municipality has highly potential plant production. The talun has arrange area of 38.77 ha and the average plant production 49.20 Mg/ha, total plant production potency of 1907.48 Mg. The mixed garden has arrange area of 9.44 ha and the average plant production 65.41 Mg/ha, total plant production potency of 617.47 Mg. Meanwhile, the pekarangan has arrange area of 17.53 ha and the average plant production 48.77 Mg/ha, total potential plant production is 854.94 Mg. The talun and mixed garden have high productivity with LER of 1.40 and 1.81, respectively. Where as, the pekarangan has low productivity with LER of 0.96. Agroforestry practices are able to provide better plants production, so that to ensure the stability and sustainability of landowners’ income.

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Certificate for Editor the 3rd ISSLD 2017

22 10 2018
Certificate for Editor The 3rd ISSLD 2017 10 Juli 2018

Certificate for Editor the 3rd ISSLD 2017

Certificate for Editor the 3rd ISSLD 2017 is received during my contribution as the chief-editor of the 3rd International Symposium for Sustainable Landscape Development in year 2017. The symposium was organized by Department of Landscape Architecture, Faculty of Agriculture, Bogor Agricultural University (IPB). This symposium was held with theme “Urban Resilience”, with the basic idea that more peoples are staying in the urban area which will cause many problems, so therefore we need to anticipate and mitigate this situation.

This certificate for editors are awarded as the appreciation to the contribution of reviewing and editing for articles which were presented during this symposium. We would like to say thank you to our gold sponsor from Ministry of Agriculture, and silver sponsor from BNI46, Sentul City and EPSON. Thank you very much for your kind support which made this symposium became successful and fruitful. And also partnership support from Asosiasi Pendidikan Arsitektur Lanskap Indonesia (APALI) and Ikatan Arsitek Lanskap Indonesia (IALI).

The article will be published on Proceeding IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental Science of The 3rd International Symposium for Sustainable Landscape Development 2017 (The 3rd ISSLD 2017). In total, there are 43 articles from three sub topic i.e. mitigation, sustainable and resilience.

 




Riparian Landscape Management

18 08 2018

Riparian Landscape Management in the Midstream of Ciliwung River as Supporting Water Sensitive Cities Program with Priority of Productive Landscape

TUZ NoviandiRL Kaswanto and HS Arifin

Source: http://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/1755-1315/91/1/012033

Published under licence by IOP Publishing Ltd
IOP Conference Series: Earth and Environmental ScienceVolume 91conference 1

Abstract

Nowadays, Ciliwung River is facing problem of the settlement occupation in its riparian zones. This phenomenon caused ecological damage in riparian, so it can aggravate the disaster of annual flooding in Jakarta. As an effort to control this catastrophe, riparian landscape management of Ciliwung River is needed. Based on its topography, Ciliwung River is divided into three segments, there are the upstream, the midstream, and the downstream. Data shows that riparian in the midstream is the largest area, it covers more than 60% of the total riparian area. This segment is very important to be managed in order to reduce runoff towards the downstream. The method used was comparing many standards to get the ideal riparian width in the midstream, which is 50 m for urban areas and 100 m for outside the urban areas. Next method was analyzing spatially to get riparian landscape characteristic of Ciliwung River. The result showed that 37.11% of riparian zones in the midstream had occupied by settlement. Analysis of riparian function and utilization had held by using Analytical Hierarchy Process. Priority of riparian function in the midstream of Ciliwung River is production. This can be realized with the plan of community garden or inland fisheries. Riparian landscape management in the midstream aims to support the food consumption diversification, and maximize the function of water catchment and water retention in order to support the program of Water Sensitive Cities.

Riparian landscape management

Riparian landscape management

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Landscape Ecology for Sustainable Society

16 07 2018
Landscape Ecology for Sustainable Society

Landscape Ecology for Sustainable Society

 

Landscape Ecology for Sustainable Society

Landscape Ecology for Sustainable Society

The research category of the landscape ecology, which researches the structure, functions, and the spatio-temporal changes of the ecological landscapes, has now been contributing to the human life and the shifts of the socio-economic paradigm. Global warming has been influencing the universal life patterns of the mankind which have been maintained in the past several hundreds of years. And it has been having the influences on the international social problems and economic problems. Although the diverse plans for adapting to the climate changes have been the topics of the conservations among the ecologists internationally, it is the reality that the speed of the changes of the environment has been quicker than the time it takes to complete the solutions. In order to maintain the sustainable earth and the sustainable society, the role of the landscape ecology has been coming to the fore. Especially, the theories and the methodologies of the landscape ecology have been applied to the multidisciplinary researches by going beyond the research category of ecology, including the maximization of the efficiencies of the land spaces, the management of the ecological space (habitats) in which the biological diversity can be maintained, the utilization of the resources that are absolutely needed by the human beings (Here, it is compressed to water, energy, and food), etc. and until reaching the human society. It is considered that, to that extent, the utilizations and the applications of the landscape ecology are very much needed for the diagnoses and the evaluations of the global environmental problems which have been proceeded with rapidly in the modernity.
This book is not comprised of any general remarks that explain the theories and the methods of the landscape ecology. Already, based on the basic theories of the landscape ecology, the writers have conducted the investigations on the farm villages, the cities, and the coastal ecosystems. And, through the space analyses and interpretations, the structure and functions of the landscapes were analyzed. Of course, in this book, too, the diverse ecosystems and the landscape ecological methodologies regarding the land use have been presented. However, the core of this book focuses more on what role the landscape ecology must play for the materialization of a sustainable society in the future. At the farm villages, the sustainable agriculture will be presented, and, at the cities, the discussions on the green networks and the energies will be proceeded with. Also, regarding the coasts and the seas, a thesis on the safety of the life zones of the residents adjacent to the sea and on the conservation of the island ecosystems will be presented. The sustainable society is a system that is formed by having the sustainable development as a basis. It is considered to be one aspect within a kind of a sustainable process with regard to which the natural world and the human world coexist and are in a symbiotic relationship harmoniously. In order to maintain the biodiversity, the reasonable adjustments of the human activities, like the use of the resources, are absolutely needed. Without the biological resources, the cultural diversity of the human beings, too, cannot exist. Consequentially, recently and internationally, there are a lot of the case examples that express the biocultural diversity by linking the biological diversity with the cultural diversity. In this book, the role of the landscape ecology as an academic link which can connect the two possible, if possible, is highly expected. It is, indeed, the biocultural landscape. It can be said that this concept, also, is the interconnection of the multidisciplinary spaces that must be dealt with in the modern landscape ecology. Through this book, it is intended to present a new directionality which can contribute to the sustainable society at the same time as the organization of the theories and the methods of the landscape ecology.

 

MY CHAPTER

Management of Landscape Services for Improving Community Welfare in West Java, Indonesia

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https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-74328-8_15

A sustainable management of landscape services is needed to resolve ecological problems in rural and urban landscapes, particularly in developing countries, such as Indonesia. A specific management for particular area such as homegarden has to be developed in order to improve utilization of landscape services based on community activities. Four classic landscape services, i.e. biodiversity conservation, carbon stock and sequestration, water resources management, and landscape beautification are approached inside intensively managed homegarden. The landscape ecology approach was conducted through micro-, meso-, and macro-scales to figure out the potential ecology-economy-social benefit for urban-rural landscape inside homegarden as a small-scale agroforestry landscape or usually called as “pekarangan”. A well planned and managed agroforestry landscape practices may suppress social, economical and ecological condition in rural marginal society and would improve the community welfare. Therefore, by managing pekarangan systems for landscape services, marginal communities would have the possibility to advance their asset of landscape services through plant biodiversity (H′), carbon stock (C), water resources utilization, and scenic beauty inside pekarangan. The aims of this research are to develop basic landscape service of plant biodiversity, carbon stock, water management and landscape beautification and to arrange recommendation for revitalizing pekarangan. The results show that pekarangan has diverse plant biodiversity (0.77–3.57) and diverse carbon stock (0.13–136.20 Mg/ha). Pekarangan also has the ability to utilize water effectively and at the same time contribute to provide amenity from its beautification for human well-being. Those landscape services provided by pekarangan could directly and indirectly improves the community welfare.




Lompatan Katak Desain Lanskap Perkotaan

6 07 2018
Lompatan Katak Desain Lanskap Perkotaan

Lompatan Katak Desain Lanskap Perkotaan

Lompatan Katak Desain Lanskap Perkotaan atau istilah lainnya adalah Leapfrogging for Urban Landscape Design. Pada sebuah lanskap yang memerlukan adapatasi dan mitigasi yang lebih baik dalam waktu dekat diperlukan lompatan katak (leapfrogging) agar bisa menghemat energi, biaya dan waktu untuk mencapai titik keberlanjutan yang seimbang.

Untuk waktu dekat ini maka dilakukan pendekatan pada leapfrogging dalam konteks Water Sensitive Cities (WSC) atau Kota Ramah Air (KRA). Kegiatan ini dilakukan dalam payung kerjasama yang didukung oleh the Australia-Indonesi Centre (AIC), bekerja sama dengan Monash University (MU) – Institut Pertanian Bogor (IPB) – Universitas Indonesia (UI). Kegiatan penelitian ini difokuskan pada Kota dan Kabupaten Bogor pada kawasan yang berupaya untuk melakukan leapfrogging menuju Kota Ramah Air.

Tahapan menuju Kota Ramah Air (KRA) dimulai dari Water Supply City, Sewered City, Drained City, Waterways City, Water Cycle City, Water Sensitive City (WSC). Tahapan ini umumnya dapat ditempuh hingga 50 tahun lebih, namun dengan adanya ide leapfrogging maka konsep ini dapat dilakukan kurang dari 20 tahun. Konsep lompatan katak ini perlu dilakukan dalam arti bahwa kegiatan lompatan ini dibantu dengan teknologi dan pengetahuan dari negara-negara yang sukses melakukannya.

 

 

 




Presentation the 8th EAFES Nagoya

22 04 2018

 

Oral Presentation the 8th EAFES Nagoya

The 8th EAFES Nagoya

Presentation the 8th EAFES Nagoya on 21-23 April 2018 with title “Management of Landscape Services for Improving Community Welfare in West Java, Indonesia”. Here is the link of the paper: https://link.springer.com/chapter/10.1007/978-3-319-74328-8_15

Presentation the 8th EAFES International Congress in Nagoya is collaboration of 3 Ecological Society!

Professor Takakazu Yumoto as the Chair of the 8th EAFES International Congress welcoming:

“The aim of EAFES is to promote and develop ecological science and academic societies in East Asia by organizing symposia, academic meetings, and joint research collaboratively among the Ecological Society of China (ESC), the Ecological Society of Japan (ESJ), and the Ecological Society of Korea (ESK). Recently, the Society of Subtropical Ecology in Taiwan and the ILTER East Asia-Pacific Regional Network also joined the members of the executive committee. The 1st EAFES International Congress was held in Mokpo, South Korea in October 2004 and afterwards biennially. Since then, every International Congress has been coordinated in turn by ESK, ESJ, and ESC: Niigata, Japan (2006); Beijing, P.R. China (2007); Sangju, South Korea (2010); Otsu, Japan (2012); Haikou, P.R. China (2014); and Daegu, South Korea (2016).

The theme of the 8th EAFES International Congress is “The Role of East Asian Ecology in a Changing World”, Focusing on the role of ecology and ecologists in promoting harmonious and sustainable development in the context of global climate change and socio-economic shifts. East Asian countries are facing the challenge of establishing a new perspective in the wake of rapid economic growth with aging populations, deteriorated environments and significant biodiversity loss. Therefore, at this EAFES Congress we expect a wide range of topics on new trends in ecology with innovative technologies as well as paradigm changes including interdisciplinary and transdisciplinary approaches.”

Source: http://www.e-eafes.org/EAFES/2018/index.html




Kegiatan Desa Broadband Terpadu

28 02 2018
Kegiatan Desa Broadband Terpadu

Kegiatan Desa Broadband Terpadu

 

Kegiatan Desa Broadband Terpadu (DBT) yang dilaksanakan oleh Pusat Studi Pembangunan Pertanian dan Pedesaan (PSP3) Lembaga Penelitian dan Pengabdian Masyarakat (LPPM) IPB dengan penyelenggaraan dari Kementerian Komunikasi dan Informasi (Kominfo) telah berhasil dilaksanakan dengan baik. Kegiatan DBT dalam penyelenggaraan PSP3-LPPM IPB dalam dukungan kerjasama dengan BP3TI telah berhasil mengembangkan dan mengimplementasikan Sistem Informasi Desa dan Kawasan (SIDEKA).

Kegiatan DBT ini mencakup kegiatan 1) assessment, 2) pemetaan, 3) bimbingan teknis, dan 4) pemantaun SIDEKA. Kegiatan DBT merupakan kegiatan yang merupakan pengembangan dan realisasi dari nawacita ketiga dengan “membangun Indonesia dari pinggiran”.

Kegiatan assessment dilakukan untuk mengetahui tipologi desa dan menentukan penyuluh desa. Tipologi desa dibagi menjadi empat, yakni berkelanjutan, semi berkelanjutan pada aspek infrastruktur, semi berkelanjutan pada aspek sumber daya manusia, dan belum berkelanjutan. Penentuan penyuluh desa adalah mereka yang akan mendampingi aparat dan masyarakat desa dalam mengimplementasi SIDEKA.

Kegiatan Bimtek salah satunya di Kupang yang diselenggarakan pada bulan November 2017 tahun lalu. Kegiatan Bimtek diarahkan pada penggunaan platform SIDEKA dan teknis pemetaan.