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HUBUNGAN SOSIAL EKONOMI RUMAH TANGGA TANI DENGAN PENERAPAN AGROFORESTRI DI DESA KAYUUWI KECAMATAN KAWANGKOAN BARAT KABUPATEN MINAHASA Djela, Meldi; Walangitan, Hengki D.; Kainde, Reynold P.; Nurmawan, Wawan
COCOS Vol 5, No 4 (2014)
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ABSTRACTRELATIONSHIP BETWEEN SOCIO-ECONOMIC of FARMER?s HOUSEHOLD WITH THE AGROFORESTRY IMPLEMENTATION IN VILALLAGE KAYUUWI SUBDISTRICT KAWANGKOAN WEST MINAHASA DISTRICTThe goal of this research is to describe the level of agroforestry implementation and analyze the relationship between socio-economic of farmer?s households with agroforestry implementation in Village Kayuuwi Subdistrict Kawangkoan West Minahasa District. This study was conducted over two months from May to July 2014.The study was conducted by survey method. Retrieving data using purposive method (deliberately) while agroforestry implementation analyzed descriptively and the chi-square analysis (x2) used for agroforestry associated with socio-economic. The results showed that the rate of adoption of agroforestry are found on farm land unit is passably agroforestry is 43.33% while the less common is a good agroforestry is 16.67%. The level of agroforestry implementation have a relationship with socio-economic factors, which is the non-formal education.Keywords: Agroforestry, Social Economic, Village Kayuuwi.
Distribusi dan Populasi Burung Manguni (Otus manadensis) di Gunung Kosibak, Taman Nasional Bogani Nani Wartabone Solang, Fransisca; Tasirin, Johny S.; Nurmawan, Wawan
COCOS Vol 7, No 3 (2016)
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ABSTRACTThe national park has an important role in the preservation of biodiversity, became the house for animals to living wildly. Otus manadensis is one of wild animals in the Bogani Nani Wartabone National Park is endemic species Sulawesi who have ecological role as pest controller. Quantitatively the spread of this species is not known for certain. This research conducted approximately 3 months from September – December 2015. Used methods of the point count and transect line. The point of observation is systematically divided into 4 segments based on the height of the surface of the sea. Three segments including in the national park area that is located in the Mount Kosibak while other segments is a production area or field located near the settlement. Research results obtained that Otus manadensis prefer areas with a good vegetation cover. There is a very high correlation between the condition of the vegetation cover with the density of Otus manadensis in Mount Kosibak. Otus manadensis density higher on the vegetation with basal area and importance value index is high.Key word : Population, Otus manadensis, Vegetation, Segment, Mount Kosibak, TNBNW
KOMUNITAS BURUNG DI HUTAN LINDUNG GUNGUNG MASARANG Warwer, Otis; Tasirin, Johny S.; Nurmawan, Wawan
COCOS Vol 1, No 1 (2019)
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ABSTRACT According to Dias (2006) Bird communities are groups of individuals of several species who live together in the same space and time. Complex and heterogeneous vegetation structures will increase diversity in a habitat, which is thought to increase the diversity of birds in a community. The purpose of this study was to study bird communities in Gunung Masarang Protection Forest, Tomohon City. The study was conducted in June to July 2018 in the Mount Masarang Protection Forest. Data retrieval is done by meode count points (count points). The results showed that there were 47 species of birds from 24 families in Gunung Masarang Protection Forest, with 19 species of Endemic Sulawesi and 2 species protected by LHK 92/2018 Candy with medium species diversity H '= 2.66 and evenness value E = 0.61. Keywords: Birds, Bird Communities, Mount Masarang Protected Forest
STUDI ETNOBOTANI TUMBUHAN OBAT MASYARAKAT DI DESA PASTINA KECAMATAN SANANA KABUPATEN KEPULAUAN SULA Soamole, Khardy; Pangemanan, Euis F.S.; Nurmawan, Wawan
COCOS Vol 1, No 3 (2018)
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ABSTRACTTraditional medicine is part of a cultural system of people  whose benafits are very large in the development of public health. As  a first step it is very helpful to know a plant with medical poroperties is from the knowledge of the community for generations.this study aims to determine the type and utilization of traditionl community medicinal plants in Pastina village Sanana Distirct Sula Islands Regency.  This research was carried out in March – April 2017.  The data was collected by interviewing  Batra using questionnaires and the data were analyzed by descriptife analysis and presented in the from of tables and figure.  The results of this study found 53 types of plants and 39 families that were utilized as traditional medicine. The most numerous families are Araceae and Fabaceae.  Keywords : Traditional medicine, medicinal plants, Pasina village.
KEANEKARAGAMAN JENIS BURUNG DI SEKITAR MATA AIR BRON DESA WAREMBUNGAN KABUPATEN MINAHASA Ishak, Muhammad Rezah M; Tasirin, Johny S.; Nurmawan, Wawan
COCOS Vol 1, No 4 (2018)
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ABSTRACTBirds are one of the biological wealth possessed by Indonesia. The presence of feed, nesting sites and stops is a factor that influences bird species' wealth at the local level. Birds are found in almost every place and have an important position as one of Indonesia's animal wealth. Birds also have a close connection with human life since time immemorial. This study aims to inventory and analyze the diversity of bird species and their abundance around the eyes of Bron water, Warembungan Village, Minahasa Regency. The study was conducted from August to September 2016 around the eyes of Bron's water, Warembungan Village, Minahasa Regency. Data retrieval is done by the IPA-Count method. The results of observations were found 49 species of birds from 26 families, with the Shannon-Wiener index value 2.44 as an indication of the diversity of species of birds around the Bron spring. Keywords : Birds, Bird species diversity, Around the Bron spring
FLORA POHON DI KAWASAN KAMPUS UNIVERSITAS SAM RATULANGI MANADO Tuidano, Edwan; Lasut, Marthen T.; Pangemanan, Euis F.S.; Nurmawan, Wawan
COCOS Vol 7, No 3 (2016)
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ABSRACTThis research has been conducted in the area of Sam Ratulangi University Campus for 2 months, from October to November 2014. This study aims to determine the number of tree species, distribution, and make key identification. The research used the census method. The trees that have been observed have a trunk diameter of over are 10 cm. The morphological observation was made in the roots, trunk, branches, leaves, fruits, and seeds.roots, stems, branches, leaves, flowers, fruits, and seeds. From the observation was found 80 species of trees.Keywords: Flora, Tree, Identification Key.
ANALISIS POTENSI TEGAKAN HUTAN RAKYAT JENIS CEMPAKA DI DESA KAWATAK KECAMATAN LANGOWAN SELATAN Waisaley, Nurbaya; Thomas, Alfonsius; Nurmawan, Wawan
COCOS Vol 1, No 3 (2018)
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ABSTRACT Cempaka a large evergreen tree species, is one of well-know timber grow in the community forest of North Sulawesi, including in Kawatak Village, South Langowan District, Minahasa Regency. Cempaka Wasian in Sulawesi Could be divided into two  species of Magnolia genus, which are Magnolia Sulawesiana and Magnolia Tsiampacca. This research aims to discover the forest stand’s potential of cempaka in Kawatak Village, South Langowan District, Minahasa Regency. The data were collected by generating sample plots with a target of 20 sample plots taken from 12 plantations with the size of 20 x 20 m plot area. In general, the existing community Forest in Kawatak Village is mixed  planting pattern model spreading farmers’  land. The average volume of people‘s plantations are 185.63³ with the average volume of plantations stand of 1.177,54 m³.  Keywords : Community Forest, Cempaka Potential, Kawatak Village.
POTENSI PENGEMBANGAN WISATA PULAU BUNAKEN Umacina, Juwairia; Nurmawan, Wawan; Saroinsong, Fabiola B.
COCOS Vol 1, No 1 (2019)
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ABSTRACT Tourism is one source of foreign exchange of this country, in addition from oil and gas sector which are very potential and has a big contribution to build the economic.This research was conducting in  Bunaken island, the  purpose of this research  to find out the potential and obstacles of those related to tourism development of Bunaken Island.  In developing tourism in Bunaken Island, the first, it need to identify the potential and obstacles in plans and structures of tourism development, so that existing potential can  develop and existing obstacles can overcome. The research method was using interviews with visitors as many as 20 respondents and take the secondary data in ministry of forestry books. Furthermore, the existing data was comparing with observations / observations in the field and interviews with community leaders and managers of Bunaken, National Park. Bunaken Island have the potentials to develop as an alternative to underwater panoramas such as the addition of cultural attractions, mangrove roaming and nature, bird watching, coastal tourism development and culinary tourism and environmentally friendly agriculture. Tourism activities need to  support by the availability of facilities and infrastructure such as clean water. Keywords : tourism, Bunaken Island, infrastructure, potency, obstacles.
ZONASI TUMBUHAN UTAMA PENYUSUN MANGROVE BERDASARKAN TINGKAT SALINITAS AIR LAUT DI DESA TELING KECAMATAN TOMBARIRI Kolinug, Kendy H.; Langi, Martina A.; Ratag, Semuel P.; Nurmawan, Wawan
COCOS Vol 5, No 4 (2014)
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ABSTRACTThis research was conducted to test the relation between salinity and distribution pattern of mangrove vegetation in Teling, district of Tombariri. This research aimed to describe the distribution of main zones of mangrove plant species in relation to the salinity of sea water in Teling, district of Tombariri. This research was conducted from July to August 2014 at the mangrove forest at Teling, the district of Tombariri, North Sulawesi. This research used the combination of plot and line method. There is mangrove zonation in Teling District of Tombariri which consists of (from the sea to the mainland) Sonneratia zone (zone 1), Rhizophora zone (zone 2), and Bruguiera zone (zone 3). Zone 1 is located in the outer portion or directly adjacent to the sea. Zone 2 is between Sonneratia zone and the adjecent land. Zone 3 is located at the rear of Rhizophora zone and only found on one track at the research site. The average salinity values on Sonneratia zone range from 33 ‰ to 35,5 ‰, whereas the range for Rhizophora is from zone 31,8 ‰ to 33,7‰ and Bruguiera zone is 33‰.Keywords: Mangrove, Bunaken National Park, Zoning, Salinity
PEMANFAATAN TUMBUHAN OBAT DI KECAMATAN BUNAKEN, KOTA MANADO, PROVINSI SULAWESI UTARA Lingkubi, Johandi R.; Sumakud, Maria Y.M.A.; Nurmawan, Wawan; Pangemanan, Euis F.S.
COCOS Vol 6, No 5 (2015)
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ABSTRACTThe use of plants as medicine from generation to generation by the local people. The aims of this study is to determine the types and how to use the medicin plants by the community. The research was conducted in the District of Bunaken, Manado, North Sulawesi. The method of this research was interviewing traditional doctors in the study area. Data were analyzed descriptively. Based on this research, there are 35 species consist of 22 families of plants. The parts was used were leaves, stems, all parts, rhizomes, roots, sap, fruit, flowers, buds, petiole, and tubers, they used by boiled direct, direct used, herbal and drink.Key Words : Plant Medicine, Local People, District of Bunaken