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EMISSION OF CO2 AND CH4 FROM PLANTATION FOREST OF ACACIA CRASSICARPA ON PEATLANDS IN INDOENSIA
(International Peat Society, 2012)
Measurement of CO2 and CH4 fluxes from land surface of Acacia crassicarpa plantation on peatland in Indonesia has been carried out for a period of one year at 1-weekly interval...
SOME EFFORTS FOR IMPROVING DEGRADED PEATLAND IN THE BERBAK DELTA, JAMBI, INDONESIA
(Simposium & Workshop on tropical peatland Yogya 2007, 2007)
Reclamation of peatland of Indonesia has been carried out during the last 35 years for rice production through transmigration projects...
Utilization of acid sulfate soil in rantau rasau-jambi province for cultivation of gaharu (Aquilaria sp)
During 30 years transmigrants from Java Island living at new peatland area of Rantau Rasau,Jambi Province, Indonesia for rice cultivation, the soil changed gradually to become degraded acid sulfate soil...
RENOVATION OF ACID SULFATE SOIL FOR INTEGRATED FARMING AT DELTA BERBAK, JAMBI PROVINCE
(Simposium & Workshop on tropical peatland Bogor 2009, IFES-GCOE, 2009)
Delta Berbak is one of transmigration areas developed in peatland located in Jambi Province, Indonesia...
Pengalaman Penanaman 7000 Batang Tanaman Gaharu Pada Lahan Sulfat Masam di Rantau Rasau, Jambi
(SEAMEO BIOTROP, 2005)
Gaharu merupakan salah satu hasil hutan non kayu (non timber forest product) yang mempunyai nilai ekonomi tinggi oleh karena gaharu digunakan untuk berbagai kegunaan, terutama yang berhubungan dengan keagamaan...
SOIL GREENHOUSEGASES EMISSIONS FROM VARIOUS LAND USES IN TROPICAL PEATLANDS IN INDONESIA
Accurate estimation of greenhouse gases fluxes from tropical peatlands is important because of their high GHGs emissions...
Nutrient cycle in acacia crassicarpa plantation on deep tropical peatland at Bukitbatu, Bengkalis, Indonesia
(Audit Visual Unit, Department of Agriculture Peradeniya, Sri Lanka, 2011)
Development of annual crops on tropical peatland in Indonesia in most cases eventually ended up in failures and has resulted in serious environmental deterioration, including the lates huge one million-hectare rice project ...
Sejarah Pengelolaan Lahan Gambut di Indonesia
(Jurnal Ilmiah Pertanian, Persada, 2005)
Indonesia has more than 17 million hectares of peatland, but the utilization of that land hasn't optimum yet. A lot of peatland reclamation causes their ecosystem damage bbecause of a wrong concept and its application design.