https://jesl.journal.ipb.ac.id/index.php/konservasi/issue/feed Media Konservasi 2022-08-15T00:00:00+07:00 Lilik Budi Prasetyo lbprastdp@apps.ipb.ac.id Open Journal Systems <p><strong>Media Konservasi</strong> is a scientific journal in the field of Natural Resources and Environmental Conservation and the first in Indonesia to discuss issues about conservation. Media Konservasi is published three times a year in April, August, and December. Media Konservasi is committed to publishing good quality scientific papers based on original research, library research, article, and book reviews. This journal focuses on publications in the field of forest resource conservation and the tropical environment derived from research, literature studies, and book reviews. This journal accepts manuscripts covering all aspects of ecology, landscape ecology, in-situ conservation of wildlife, sustainable use of plants and wildlife, ethnobotany, bioprospecting, ecotourism, management of conservation &amp; protection areas, urban forests, services, and environmental education.&nbsp; Media Konservasi is indexed in Sinta (Sinta score = S2).</p> <p><strong>Media Konservasi<em>&nbsp;</em></strong>is hosted and managed by Department of Forest Resources Conservation and Ecotourism, Faculty of Forestry, IPB University and Perhimpunan Biologi Indonesia (PBI). View the agreement <a href="/index.php/konservasi/pbi">here</a>.</p> <p align="center"><a href="/index.php/konservasi/statistics"> <button class="btn btn-primary"> Article Statistics</button></a> <a href="/index.php/konservasi/visitor-stat"> <button class="btn btn-success"> Visitor Statistics</button></a></p> https://jesl.journal.ipb.ac.id/index.php/konservasi/article/view/2791 The Impacts of Land Reclamation of Jakarta Bay on Mangrove Ecosystem 2016-08-01T10:48:58+07:00 Hadi S Alikodra konservasi@ipb.ac.id Significant impack resulted from the reclamation of mangrove forests, will result in its dissappearancel functional changes which in turn will affect the sea productivity of Jakarta Ray and itr other functions such as wildlife hahitat, protection against waves and winds, ahsorption of pollutants in Jakarta Bay, and sea intrusion,<br />also the dissappearance of nature potentials to he develop as nature recreation and tourism site. Efforts should include maintenance, restoration and development of Jakarta Bay mangrove forests, especially in Muara Angke Nature Strict Reserve and the Protected Forest along the eastern part of the coast. Copyright (c) https://jesl.journal.ipb.ac.id/index.php/konservasi/article/view/2779 Ecological Values of Mangrove Forest Ecosystem 2016-08-01T10:48:58+07:00 Cecep Kusmana konservasi@ipb.ac.id Research on quantification of ecological values of mangrove forest ecosystem are urgently needed, due to its importance as the basics for utilization and management of resources. From the ecological point of vlew, the main prohlem of mangrove ecosystem is rarity and inconsistency of data and limited accurate methods in<br />quantifying ecological values of that ecosystem. Results show that mangrove has the significant ecological values on coastal ecosystem. However, there must be further research to determine the accurate potentials of ecological benefit? of mangrove forest ecosystem. Copyright (c) https://jesl.journal.ipb.ac.id/index.php/konservasi/article/view/2777 The National Fauna Selection 2016-08-01T10:48:58+07:00 Antin Siswantinah Wibowo konservasi@ipb.ac.id The objectives of the National Fauna Selection were promoting living resources as national identity,conservation awareness and national rightfully proudness. The result show that (1) The selection has been involved stake holder transparantly, (2) and done scientifically, (3) The National Fauna Selection Policy is in the<br />framework of biodiversity comervation program and should be made use for hiodiversity conservation effort. Copyright (c) https://jesl.journal.ipb.ac.id/index.php/konservasi/article/view/2809 Significant Bio-Ecological Parameters in Long Tailed Macaque (Macaca fascicularis) Business 2016-08-01T10:48:58+07:00 Yanto Santosa konservasi@ipb.ac.id Macaque (Macaca fascicularis) is one of a promising export commodities. To be aMe to maintain their preservation alld to reach an optimal and sustainable production level, there need to be captive breeding efforts. Significant information on the biology, ecology and population demographic parameters of these mscsques have been analyled from various literaturea and direct observations, in seven1 captive breeding sites. Copyright (c) https://jesl.journal.ipb.ac.id/index.php/konservasi/article/view/2784 Group Formation of the Long-Tailed Macaques Introduced onto Tinjil Island, West Java 2016-08-01T10:48:58+07:00 Entang Iskandar konservasi@ipb.ac.id Randall C Kyes konservasi@ipb.ac.id Rondang Siregar konservasi@ipb.ac.id R.P Agus Lelana konservasi@ipb.ac.id Between 1;ebruary 1488 and June 1941, 478 long-tailed macaques (58 males, 420 females) were released<br />onto 'Tinjil Island to estahlisli a natural habitat breeding facility. The monkeys were released on 10 different<br />occasions over the three years period and did not represent established social groups at the time of release. Approxirnalely 33% of the entire breeder populalion (28 males and 130 females) has been identified by tattoo. Because each monkey received a chest tattoo before released onto the island, it has been possible to reconstruct and tract social group formation by matching an individual's tattoo with its date of release. Assesment of the tattoo data From five of the groups identified on the island indicates that the social groups are not composed of animals from a single release group, hut rather consist of animals from several release groups. Animals from all<br />10 release groups are represented among the five social groups. Membership in the five groups has remained<br />relatively stahle during the past four years olohservation (1990-1993) with minimal exchange of group members. Copyright (c)