Model of Sustainable Forest Planning based-Watershed in KPHP Model Tanah Laut, South Kalimantan

Jauhari, Ahmad and Soemarno, Soemarno and Bisri, Mohammad and Abidin, Zainal Model of Sustainable Forest Planning based-Watershed in KPHP Model Tanah Laut, South Kalimantan. Academic Research International.

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Abstract

The quality and quantity of forest destruction has become a national problem. One major cause is the lack of planning and managers at the site level on areas outside the business license. Whereas, in the licensed area, forest planning spatial pattern that is applied is still based 'boxgrid'. Use of Watershed (DAS) as the smallest unit basis in sustainable forest planning is preferred. The research objective is to create a sustainable forest planning model based Watershed. The division of space is made based DAS. DEM processing into DAS used graphic modeler of QGIS. The potential of forest resources identified through a survey of flora and fauna. In-depth interviews conducted for potential forest disturbance and state forest planning now. Observation of physical condition and accessibility region also performed. NDVI analysis is used to determine land cover. AHP analysis is used to determine the priority forest rehabilitation. Results showed that 74% of informants agreed that boxgrid system is not suitable to be applied because their area of secondary forest. All informants agreed watershed-based pattern fits better. Total forest space that has formed is 103 compartments and 536 sub-compartments. Size of each compartment between 50- 100ha. Compartments are numbered clockwise and should not be changed. Protected flora are Damar Kaca (Shorea javanica) and kemiri (Aleuritas moluccana), while the fauna is hirangan (mammals). Prediction of potential interference by forest communities to forests reached 38.8%. Non-forested acreage reached 70.7%. From the condition of the forest resources in each compartments, the implementation of community-based rehabilitation patterns overlay with compartments is the application of sustainable forest planning. All natural resources in forest enrolled into swaths through the overlay process. The result of this process is a model of sustainable forest planning. Sustainable forest planning model is presented in the form of maps and spatial databases. Keywords: Forest-Planning, Compartment, Watershed, AHP.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: H Social Sciences > H Social Sciences (General)
Depositing User: Mr Arief Mirathan
Date Deposited: 19 Nov 2018 08:14
Last Modified: 19 Nov 2018 08:14
URI: http://eprints.ulm.ac.id/id/eprint/4572

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