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PENERAPAN DUA BELAS PRINSIP FALSAFAH BISNIS FAN LI TERHADAP BISNIS RESTORAN CHINESE FOOD PENGELOLA ORANG TIONGKOK DAN ORANG TIONGHOA DI SURABAYA Sugianto, Leo Irwan; Kuo, Chun – I; Nyotosantoso, Annabelle
Century Vol 5, No 2 (2017)
Publisher : Institute of Research and Community Outreach Petra Christian University

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Penelitian ini dilakukan untuk mengetahui bagaimana pemahaman serta penerapan falsafah bisnis Fan Li terhadap bisnis restoran Chinese Food pengelola orang Tionghoa dan keturunan Tionghoa di Surabaya, serta mengetahui persamaan dan perbedaan yang timbul dalam pengaplikasiannya. Teknik analisis yang digunakan dalam penelitian ini adalah kualitatif deskriptif. Hasil penelitian ini menunjukan bahwa masyarakat, baik orang Tionghoa dan keturunan Tionghoa pada dasarnya menerapkan falsafah Fan Li dalam mengelola usaha bisnisnya. Namun, di dalam pengaplikasiannya, terdapat sedikit perbedaan antara pemikiran orang Tionghoa dan keturunan Tionghoa.
Ecological Aspect of Pidada (Soneratia caseolaris Linn. Engler, 1987) at Muara Angke, Jakarta Nyoto Santoso; Cecep Kusmana; Dedi Sudarma; Rinekso Sukmadi
Jurnal Manajemen Hutan Tropika Vol. 13 No. 2 (2007)
Publisher : Institut Pertanian Bogor (IPB University)

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Pidada (Sonneratia caseolaris Linn. Engler, 1987) and parepat (Sonneratia alba J. Smith) are central genetic of species and genus Sonneratia.  Hight growth plant of pidada was 18.5-42 cm/month, and diameter growth of trees was 1.75-3.45 cm/month, roots growth was faster (10-20 cm/ 16 month) on substrads with deep mudy (> 1 m) depenth of substrats with sallow mudy or hard soils. Presentase of life plant pidada (spacing 1 x 1 m) was 70 % (trees age was 6 months), 60 % (1 years) and 18 % (6 years).  Seeds number of pidada fruits was723 - 1,768 seeds/fruits. Pest of pidada plants usually species of insect groups that attact trees, and disease was viruses that attack on leaves.Keyword:
Ecological Impacts of Oil-Palm Plantation on Butterfly and Bird Species Diversity Rozza Tri Kwatrina; Yanto Santosa; M Bismark; Nyoto Santoso
Jurnal Manajemen Hutan Tropika Vol. 24 No. 1 (2018)
Publisher : Institut Pertanian Bogor (IPB University)

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The expansion of oil-palm plantations in Indonesia is often blamed as the driving causes of deforestation and impacts on environmental changes including the destructed biodiversity. Our understanding regarding environmental impacts on biodiversity is still limited. We address this issue by examining the diversity of butterfly and bird species under two type habitat conditions in Central Borneo. We calculated the butterfly and bird species number, richness, evenness, similarity, and composition inside the established oil-plantation area comprising four large-scale plantations and seven smallholding plantations, as habitat after plantation establishment.  In comparison, we did so similarly inside secondary forest and shrubs, as habitat before oil-palm plantation establishment.  Our results revealed that the habitat after plantation establishment exhibited a higher number of butterfly and bird species than the habitat beforehand.  However, the richness, evenness, and similarity indices for the species revealed variations, which were affected by dominant species in two habitats.  The establishment of oil-palm plantation brought about significant impacts on the composition of species and affected the species similarities between two habitats. The oil-palm plantation landscape and reserved forest vegetation were essential in supporting diversity and ecological role of species on habitat condition after oil-palm plantation establishment.
Stakeholder Analysis in Community Based Mangrove Management: Case of Forest Management Unit in Region 3 of Aceh Province OK Hasnanda; Bramasto Nugroho; Hariadi Kartodihardjo; Nyoto Santoso
Jurnal Manajemen Hutan Tropika Vol. 24 No. 3 (2018)
Publisher : Institut Pertanian Bogor (IPB University)

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Mangrove under the management of Forest Management Unit (KPH) region 3 of Aceh Province is a forest area located in the eastern coastal area of Aceh Province and has great functions and benefits for the community. To find out how big and how many the stakeholders involved in mangrove management was, an analysis to identify and to map how great the interest-power, and ability to interact in the network was carried out. Stakeholders were identified from a selected interview with snowball sampling method. How stakeholders interact in a network describes the relationship among stakeholders and interacts with one another. The results showed that there were 26 stakeholders. With stakeholder mapping, they will ensure their position on the grid can be seen how much power they have and how much interest they have in it. Some actors such as Pusong Kapal Village community, Pusong Telaga Tujoh Village community, community forest, the village head, and community leaders have indicated how to manage through support mechanisms, and foster aspirations when formulating and designing stronger strategies. Thus the FMU can build and maintain long-term relationships that involve patterns of interaction especially with stakeholders who have a significant influence on the network.
PELESTARIAN VEGETASI LOKAL DALAM RANGKA PENGEMBANGAN TATA RUANG KEPULAUAN SERIBU (Conservation of Local Vegetation in the Space Development of Kepulauan Seribu) Nyoto Santoso
Media Konservasi Vol 10 No 1 (2005): Media Konservasi
Publisher : Department of Forest Resources Conservation and Ecotourism - IPB University

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Condition of vegetation land in Kepulaun Seribu is very needed as a life supporting system, particularly water balance and freshwater resource for local community. Beside that, it is very important for habitat of wildlife and water biota. Conservation and management of vegetation land or green space reserve in Kepulauan Seribu is not denied by decision maker.
Habitat Analysis and Dietary Potential of Long Tailed Macaques (Macaca fascicularis, Raffles) in Tinjil Island Nyoto Santoso
Media Konservasi Vol 5 No 1 (1996): Media Konservasi
Publisher : Department of Forest Resources Conservation and Ecotourism - IPB University

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Tinjil Island, coveringa total area of 600 ha, is a semi-natural captive breeding site for long-hailedmacaques.The increased populationof the macaques being bred, have shown the success of the breeding programme, thus there shouldbeanticipation of their dietary needs in thelongterm(porti0nand natural diets). Thedietary potential ofTinjil Island have not yet been adequately inventoried in terms of species, amounts and distributions. Therefore researchshould be conducted regarding the habitat's condition and potential diets of the Island.
KARAKTERISTIK HABITAT DAN WILAYAH JELAJAH BEKANTAN DI HUTAN MANGROVE DESA NIPAH PANJANG KECAMATAN BATU AMPAR KABUPATEN KUBU RAYA PROVINSI KALIMANTAN BARAT Agus Priyono Kartono; Andri Ginting; Nyoto Santoso
Media Konservasi Vol 13 No 3 (2008): Media Konservasi
Publisher : Department of Forest Resources Conservation and Ecotourism - IPB University

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Proboscis monkey (Nasalis larvatus Wurmb, 1787) is a member of the subfamily Colobinae which is a riverine dwelling, sexually dimorphic species endemic to the island of Borneo in Southeast Asia. This species was protected by Indonesian law No. 5/1990, categorized as vulnerable (A2c) on IUCN Red Data Book 2008, and protected under CITES Appendix I. Characteristics of habitat type occupied by proboscis monkey were dominated by vegetation types as Rhizophora apiculata, R. mucronata, Bruguiera gymnorrhiza and B. parviflora. Length of distance between sites used for daily activity with river bodies was about 158.4±75.4 m. Home range of proboscis monkey on mangrove and riverine forest at Nipah Panjang Village was about 13.4 ha to 38 ha. Daily range of this species was about 904.2±117.1 m/day, maximum radius of daily movement 371.3±46.6 m and night position shift 191.5±65.3 m. Total number of individual in each proboscys monkey group in riverine and mangrove forest on Nipah Panjang Village was 18 ± 5 (=0.05).Keywords: Proboscis monkey, home range, habitat characteristic, groups size, daily range
NILAI EKONOMI PEMANFAATAN KAWASAN KONSERVASI BAGI MASYARAKAT SEKITAR RESORT BODOGOL, TAMAN NASIONAL GUNUNG GEDE PANGRANGO Oktania Kusuma Handayani; Nyoto Santoso; Tutut Sunarminto
Media Konservasi Vol 20 No 1 (2015): Media Konservasi, Vol. 20, No. 1 April 2015
Publisher : Department of Forest Resources Conservation and Ecotourism - IPB University

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The utilization of the conservation area by the society in buffer area of Bodogol Resort done since the area was managed by Perum Perhutani. This research conducted to identify model of area utilization, economy value from the utilization and measure their dependence level communities to TNGGP. This research had done in Pasir Buncir and Wates Jaya village, Bodogol Resort, TNGGP on September until October 2014 by using the method Focussed Group Discussion (FGD), interview, questioner and observation.  Data analyze with qualitative descriptive. The result showed area usage model are contain by agriculture, plantation activities, and taking forest products. The usage conducted by 89% of local society. Total economy value from utilizing the surround on Pasir Buncir village is around Rp 145,392,000.00/year and Wates Jaya around Rp 249,667,333.00/year. Villager on Pasir Buncir and Wates Jaya still depend with Bodogol Resort area, which have been dependable value around 26.2% that show dependable needed for forest. Keyword: area utilization, Bodogol Resort, economy value
PENGELOLAAN TEMBAWANG SUKU DAYAK IBAN DI DESA SUNGAI MAWANG, PURING KENCANA, KAPUAS HULU, KALIMANTAN BARAT Yasri Syarifatul Aini; Nyoto Santoso; Rinekso Soekmadi
Media Konservasi Vol 21 No 2 (2016): Media Konservasi Vol. 21 No. 2 Agustus 2016
Publisher : Department of Forest Resources Conservation and Ecotourism - IPB University

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Dayak Iban Ethnic cannot be separated of interaction with the forest (tembawang) as a place to fulfill of variety needs such as food source, building material, traditional medicine, traditional ceremonies, craft and so on. It is important to know all aspect about tembawang and existence. The data were collected by in depth interviews to the village officials, officials and indigenous community representative, analyze with descriptive qualitative and SWOT. Sungai Mawang Village has 15 tembawang, spacious 12.52 ha and 147 types of plants with complete stratification such as natural forests. Tembawang management is governed by customary law. Access unlimited use but require a permit customs officials. Tembawang has the function and value is very important because it is part of the tradition, culture and customs of the people, economic needs and conservation. The Dayak Iban manage tembawang in good condition, with the result that maximizing managemen and potential for achieve maximum progress. Sustainability of tembawang management needs the support of the government as the policy holder and indigenous peoples itself, besides strengthening traditional values/culture in various aspects. Keywords: Dayak Iban ethnic, management, sustainability, SWOT, tembawang 
ETNOBOTANI DI KEBUN TEMBAWANG SUKU DAYAK IBAN, DESA SUNGAI MAWANG, KALIMANTAN BARAT Teguh Pradityo; Nyoto Santoso; Ervizal A. M. Zuhud
Media Konservasi Vol 21 No 2 (2016): Media Konservasi Vol. 21 No. 2 Agustus 2016
Publisher : Department of Forest Resources Conservation and Ecotourism - IPB University

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Iban or Dayak Iban is one of many tribes who live in some places of West Kalimantan province, one of them is in Sungai Mawang Village, Puring Kencana Districts, Kapuas Hulu District, West Kalimantan Province. As well as many tribes who still depend their lives on nature, Iban has many various local wisdoms in using surrounding nature. The example of land use patterns was tembawang (Kalimantan’s unique of agroforestry) as a place for food sources, medicines, building materials, complementary ceremony goods and other uses. This research aimed to identify useful plants species and its classification based on usefulness group and part of useful plants that used by local people of Sungai Mawang village from tembawang that they have. Data collection methods used were interviews and direct observations which were then analyzed by qualitative description. Based on etnobotany research conducted in 15 tembawang in Sungai Mawang Village, there were 122 plants, 97 genera and belong to 60 families which are used directly. The plants utilization can be classified into 63 species as food sources, 13 of them as ingredients & spices, 61 species as medicines, 32 as building material, 29 species for other uses, 9 as firewood and 4 species as ritual needs. Keywords: Dayak Iban, etnobotany, tembawang, useful plants