Stream 2. Managing Forest and Natural Resources, Meeting Sustainable and Friendly Use: Sustainable Use of Forest for Livelihood, Biodiversity Conservation and Climate Resilience

Background

Forests provide vital roles for conserving biodiversity, protecting environment, reducing vulnerability to floods, droughts and other weather-induced disasters, and supporting the socio-economic needs of the communities. Forest resources have also been playing a significant role in driving Indonesia’s economic development since more than five decades. Despite the decline in its contribution to the national economy, the Government has consistently increased its commitment to sustainable management of forests and ensures that all elements of the nation can get benefits from these resources.

Science and technology are critical in the sustainable management and wise use of forest resources. Thus, in a rapidly changing world, the forestry sector need to be much more innovative to provide optimal contribution to the national development. Improvements in science and technology are crucial to fulfil the growing demand for the range of goods and services that forests can provide, including environmental and social benefits. Innovative technologies are needed to address multiple-use management, that ensure the balance of ecosystem function and socio-economic benefit.

Indonesia has more than 17,000 islands located between two continents, Asia and Australia, and between two oceans, the Pacific and the Indian Oceans. This outstanding geo-strategic location provides both potentials and challenges to improve the role of forests in protecting environmental life-support systems by regulating water supply, preventing flood, controlling erosion, preventing sea water intrusion, and maintaining soil fertility, as well as providing adequate food supply, energy supply for human life, germplasm for future use and resilience to the climate. Standing as a mega-biodiversity country, invention and innovation of science and technology in sustainable management and wise use of forest resources are extremely a must in balancing and optimizing the benefits of forests to the community livelihood, biodiversity conservation and climate resilience. This is to ensure that forests and the biodiversity therein are managed, protected and utilized sustainably and wisely to increase the economic and social welfare of all elements of the nation, and to enhance the resilience of human life in Indonesia.

The 6th INAFOR of the year 2021 is an essential meeting for researchers, scientists, academics, forest practitioners, and government staff all over the word to share and collaborate the current development of technologies and knowledge of innovative forest management and policy, enhance the global commitment for forest sustainability, and redesign the role of forests for people and planet. The Stream 2 of the 6th INAFOR 2021 will focus on the theme: Managing Forest and Natural Resources.

The Stream 2 will focus on how forests should be managed sustainably to meet its benefits for biodiversity conservation, livelihoods, and climate resilience. This include actions for reducing deforestation and forest degradation, landscape management and restoration (including peatlands and mangroves), post-mining reclamation, modern nursery, watershed management, preventing biodiversity loss and ecosystem degradation, restoring habitat and enhancing population of endangered species, biodiversity of flagship species, forest fire control, economic and environment services, and prioritized ecotourism destinations. Enhancement of multistakeholder partnerships and cooperation to improve management and utilization of forest resources will also be covered.

The Stream 2 will also focus on how the forest products should be utilized to provide economic and environmental benefits for communities. Forest products, both timber and non-timber forest products need to be utilized properly in order to provide high added values, sustainable benefits as well as more environmentally sustainable forest resources. To support this, the role of innovation and technology in processing forest products is very strategic. The processing of forest products also provides benefits to the community as an alternative income and source of livelihood.

Objective

To deliver actions, policy evidences and solutions to transform how nature and forests are managed and used in a sustainable and wise manner in conserving biodiversity, restoring forests including peatlands and mangroves, responding to the climate resilience, supporting livelihood, health and poverty alleviation across stakeholders from local, national and international perspectives.
It would be held as an international forum to bring researchers, scientists, practitioners, policy makers and other relevant stakeholders to exchange information and experiences and to strengthen networking and collaborative work in Sustainable Management and Use of Forests for Livelihood, Biodiversity Conservation and Climate Resilience.
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Output

  1. Science, technology and innovation are delivered as an action, policy and solution for the Government and others stakeholders at the national and international levels.
  2. Enhanced science and technology, and collaborative research and action.
  3. Recommendation for future integrated research and commitment on research collaboration among stakeholders to increase the role of science in the management of tropical forests and biodiversity.
  4. Shared and formulated new ideas for the advancement of forest and environmental management in Indonesia and supported the global agenda.

Participants

Researchers, experts, university academics, policy makers, forestry practitioners from public and private sectors, international organizations, and other stakeholders.

 

Conference Theme

Stream 2: Managing Forest and Natural Resources, Meeting Sustainable and Friendly Use

The program will be organized along the following sub themes:

1. Sustainable forest and environmental services for livelihood, biodiversity and climate resilience

The sub-theme Stream 2 will focus on how forests should be managed sustainably to meet its benefits for biodiversity conservation, livelihoods, and climate resilience. The topics include climate change, forest and landscape management (including peatlands and mangroves), biodiversity conservation, restoration, forest monitoring, forest fires, forest health, agroforestry and livelihoods, economic and environment services.

2. Forest products processing for sustainable and friendly use

The sub-theme Stream 2 will focus on how to utilize forest products to provide economic and environmental benefits for communities. The topics include forest products harvesting, biology and wood preservation, bioenergy, timber and non-timber forest products utilization and processing, forest products standardization.

IOP proceedings publishings series

Some qualified papers will also be published in the IOP Conference Series publication – indexed by Scopus. The author who wishes their papers to be published in the IOP Proceedings publication series are subject to these following publication policy:

  1. Additional cost IDR 1.500.000 (one paper). The fee is non-refundable if the manuscript is rejected by IOP.
  2. Review of papers published in the IOP Conference Series titles is undertaken through processes administered by the organizers and proceedings editors.

Language

The official language of the conference is English. The paper must be submitted and presented in English.

Important Dates

Call for abstracts starts 1 February 2021
Abstracts submission February 2021 – 4 April 2021
Abstracts selection 4 April 2021 – 21 April 2021
Announcement of abstract accepted 4 April 2021 – 21 April 2021
Full paper submission 21 April – 5 May 2021
Initial review of the papers 6 May 2021 – 20 June 2021
Paper revision 20 – 30 June 2021
Review of revised papers 1 July – 5 August 2021
Final paper revision and PowerPoint presentation preparation 5 – 12 August 2021
Submission of final papers 12 – 15 August 2021
Proofread 16 – 30 August 2021
International conference 7 – 8 September 2021

Invited Speakers

Prof. (Ris) Haruni Krisnawati
Prof. (Ris) Haruni KrisnawatiResearchers
FOERDIA
Mr. Lee, Sung-gil
Mr. Lee, Sung-gilDirector of KIFC
Prof. (Ris) Chairil Anwar Siregar
Prof. (Ris) Chairil Anwar SiregarForest Research and Development Center/FRDC
Dr. Liubov Volkova
Dr. Liubov VolkovaUniversity of Melbourne
Prof. (Ris) Dulsalam
Prof. (Ris) DulsalamForest Products Research and Development Center/FORPRO
Forest Products Research and Development Center
Prof. (Ris) Djarwanto
Prof. (Ris) DjarwantoResearchers
FOERDIA

Schedule on September 7th, 2021

Room A

Topic : Climate change, Forest and landscape management (incl. peatlands and mangroves), forest monitoring
Time : Tuesday, September 7th, 2021
Moderator : Rinaldi Imanuddin
Host & Co-Host : Mamay Maisaroh,   Yayang Nurrohmah
Note Taker : Yeni Nuraeni
Time (WIB) Title Presenter Institution
13.15 – 13.30 Opening Moderator
13.30 – 13.40 Feasibility analysis of mangrove bioecosystem for silvofishery in Dabong Village, Kubu Raya District, West Kalimatan Endang Karlina Puslitbang Hutan
13.40 – 13.50 Evaluation on biophysical carrying capacity to support land rehabilitation planning in upstream watershed Agung Budi Supangat BPPTPDAS Solo
13.50 – 14.00 Tamanu (Calophyllum inophyllum) Growth Performance in Different Types of Degraded Peatlands in Central Kalimantan Eritrina Windyarini B2P2BPTH Yogyakarta (BIOTIFOR)
14.00 – 14.10 The performance of paludiculture commodities at different peat depth in Central Kalimantan Tri Wira Yuwati BP2LHK Banjarbaru
14.10 – 14.40 Q & A
14.40 – 14.50 Integrating issues of biodiversity and climate change to achieve sustanaible forest management: case of mbeliling landscape, Flores Wahyu Catur Adinugroho Puslitbang Hutan
14.50 – 15.00 Farming competence of farmer in peatland management:  Case in Rasau Jaya Dua Village, Kubu Raya, West Kalimantan Province Sanudin BPPTA Ciamis
15.00 – 15.10 Indicator for peat natural recovery in Sebangau National Park in Central Kalimantan, Indonesia Titiek Setyawati Puslitbang Hutan
15.10 – 15.40 Q & A
15.40 – 16.00 RESUME and CLOSING Parallel Session I : Appreciation for the Best Presenter, Photo session

Room B

Topic : Biodiversity conservation
Time : Tuesday, September 7th, 2021
Moderator : Asep Hidayat
Host & Co-Host : Indrawan Sumantriansyah , Laras Murni Rahayu
Note Taker : Safinah Surya Hakim
Time (WIB) Title Presenter Institution
13.15 – 13.30 Opening Moderator
13.30 – 13.40 Diversity and potential utilization of medicinal plants in Way Kambas National Park Denny Puslitbang Hutan
13.40 – 13.50 Assessment of bulian (Eusideroxylon zwageri Teijsm. & Binnend.) seed source candidates on KPPN Bulian District VIII PT. Wirakarya Sakti, Jambi Prastyono B2P2BPTH Yogyakarta (BIOTIFOR)
13.50 – 14.00 The genetic diversity of Angsana (Pterocarpus  indicus) in Purwodadi Botanical Garden Indonesia revealed by rDNA ITS Istiana Prihatini Research Center for Plant Conservation and Botanic Garden
14.00 – 14.10 An overview of international trade of Macaca fascicularis from Indonesia based on CITES trade database Tri Sayektiningsih BP2LHK Makassar
14.10 – 14.40 Q & A
14.40 – 14.50 Growth of manglid (Manglietia glauca Bl) from 3 provenances until age 4.5 years at Candiroto Temanggung Central Java Sugeng Pudjiono B2P2BPTH Yogyakarta (BIOTIFOR)
14.50 – 15.00 Genetic diversity of kayu kuku (Pericopsis mooniana) from South Kalimantan based on Random Amplified Polymorphism DNA (RAPD) Markers Vivi Yuskianti Puslitbang Hutan
15.00 – 15.10 Genetic diversity  of Aquilaria microcarpa Baill. in Kalimantan using RAPD Markers Maryatul Qiptiyah B2P2BPTH Yogyakarta (BIOTIFOR)
15.10 – 15.40 Q & A
15.40 – 16.00 RESUME and CLOSING Parallel Session I : Appreciation for the Best Presenter, Photo session

Room C

Topic : Restoration, forest health, forest biology
Time : Tuesday, September 7th, 2021
Moderator : Maman Turjaman
Host & Co-Host : Apid Robini Eka Prawira , Merry M. Dethan
Note Taker : Sarah Asih Faulina
Time (WIB) Title Presenter Institution
13.15 – 13.30 Opening Moderator
13.30 – 13.40 Growth assessment of upper hill dipterocarp (Shorea platyclados) at various slope in a rehabilitated landscape Fathurullah Reksawinata IPB University
13.40 – 13.50 Strategies for springshed rehabilitation in Tuk Anjar, Mount Merbabu National Park Agung Wahyu Nugroho BPPTPDAS Solo
13.50 – 14.00 The effect of slope aspect on growth attributes of Shorea leprosula Miq. in a rehabilitated hilly landscape Nuriskia Attarik IPB University
14.00 – 14.10 The impact of white grub pest infestation on albizia plantation and traditional control methods used by local communities Ujang Wawan Darmawan Puslitbang Hutan
14.10 – 14.40 Q & A
14.40 – 14.50 Historical data guides restoration of degraded peat swamp forests Jannes van Hoeflaken van Hall Larenstein University, the Netherlands
14.50 – 15.00 Integrated disease management to reduce gall rust disease incidence on the seedling and sapling of Falcataria moluccana Neo Endra Lelana Puslitbang Hutan
15.00 – 15.10 Effect of axenic culture and NAA In Vitro on masoyi (Cryptocarya massoy (Oken) Kosterm) seeds regeneration Yohannes Wibisono B2P2BPTH Yogyakarta (BIOTIFOR)
15.10 – 15.40 Q & A
15.40 – 16.00 RESUME and CLOSING Parallel Session I : Appreciation for the Best Presenter, Photo session

Room D

Topic : Forest fires, agroforestry and livelihoods, economic and environmental science
Time : Tuesday, September 7th, 2021
Moderator : Agustinus Tampubolon
Host & Co-Host : Zamal Wildan, Rr. Retno Kusumastuti Rahajeng
Note Taker : Whitea Yasmine Slamet
Time (WIB) Title Presenter Institution
13.15 – 13.30 Opening Moderator
13.30 – 13.40 Agroforestry Development in Lake Toba Catchment Area : Farmer’s Perception and Interest Rosita Dewi Puslitbang Hutan
13.40 – 13.50 The growth of jalawure as food crops in the agroforestry pattern with malapari Aditya Hani BPPTA Ciamis
13.50 – 14.00 Level of community perception of sustainable peat swamp ecosystem conservation in Buntoi Village, Kahayan Hilir Subdistict, Central Kalimantan Irma Yeny/Endang Karlina Puslitbang Hutan
14.00 – 14.10 Natural potential and community characteristics for strengthening the utilization of environmental services based on ecoturism: Case study in Karangsong, Indamayu, West Java Raden Garsetiasih / Hendra Gunawan Puslitbang Hutan
14.10 – 14.40 Q & A
14.40 – 14.50 The impact of community capacity building on forest management at Paru Forest Village, Sijunjung Regency, West Sumatera Irma Yeny Puslitbang Hutan
14.50 – 15.00 Alleviating peatland fire risk using water management trinity and community involvement Nurul Ihsan Fawzi Tay Juhana Foundation
15.00 – 15.10  An initial study of woody-debris decomposition to reduce risk of repeated-fire incidence in tropical peatland ecosystem Luciasih Agustini Puslitbang Hutan
15.10 – 15.40 Q & A
15.40 – 16.00 RESUME and CLOSING Parallel Session I : Appreciation for the Best Presenter, Photo session

Schedule on September 8th, 2021

PLENARY AGENDA

08.00 – 08.30 Registration
08.30 – 08.35 Opening by MC
08.35 – 08.40 Prayer
08.40 – 08.45 National anthem Indonesia Raya
08.45 – 08.55 Opening speech by Acting Director of Center for Standardization of Sustainable Forest Management Instruments
08.55 – 09.00 Chairman
09.00 – 09.20 Mr. Lee Seung-gil (KIFCC)
09.20 – 09.40 Dr. Liubov Volkova (University of Melbourne)
09.40 – 10.00 Prof. (Ris) Chairil Anwar (Center for Standardization of Sustainable Forest Management Instruments)
10.00 – 10.20 Prof. (Ris) Haruni Krisnawati (Center for Standardization of Sustainable Forest Management Instruments)
10.20 – 10.40 Prof. (Ris) Djarwanto (Center for Standardization of Sustainable Forest Management Instruments)
10.40 – 11.00 Prof. (Ris) Dulsalam (Center for Standardization of Sustainable Forest Management Instruments)
11.00 – 11.45 Q&A
11.45 – 12.00 Wrapping up and closing plenary
12.00 – 13.00 Break
13.00 – 16.00 Parallel session

Room A

Topic : Climate change, Forest and landscape management (incl. peatlands and mangroves), forest monitoring
Time :  Wednesday, September 8th, 2021
Moderator : Rinaldi Imanuddin
Host & Co-Host : Mamay Maisaroh,   Yayang Nurrohmah
Note Taker : Nilam Sari
Time (WIB) Title Presenter Institution
13.00 – 13.10 Opening Moderator
13.10 – 13.20 Developing sustainable and profitable solutions for peatland restoration Peter van der Meer Van Hall Larenstein University, the Netherlands
13.20 – 13.30 The growth performance of dipterocarps species and understorey diversity in the Gunung Dahu Research Forest, Leuwiliang, Bogor Rizki Ary Fambayun Puslitbang Hutan
13.30 – 13.40 Diversity of pollen collected by kelulut bee (Heterotrigona itama) from South Kalimantan Safinah Hakim BP2LHK Banjarbaru
13.40 – 13.50 Estimating accuracy and area and uncertainty from confusion matrix: a case study in Kalimantan, Indonesia Inggit Lolita Sari LAPAN
13.50 – 14.20 Q & A
14.20 – 14.30 Polarization of perception and motivation in ecotourism development based on sustainable peat ecosystem utilization Endang Karlina Puslitbang Hutan
14.30 – 14.40 Ecological performance of local initiatives on water resource management in Timorese communities, Indonesia Gerson N. Njurumana BP2LHK Kupang
14.40 – 14.50 Assessment of soil carbon stock in several peatland covers in Central Kalimantan, Indonesia Budi Hadi Narendra Puslitbang Hutan
14.50 – 15.20 Q & A
15.20 – 15.40 RESUME and Closing statement from Plt. Kepala PSI PHB
15.40 – 15.50 Appreciation for the Best Presenter, Photo session

Room B

Topic : Biodiversity conservation
Time : Wednesday, September 8th, 2021
Moderator : Titiek Setyawati
Host & Co-Host : Indrawan Sumantriansyah, Laras Murni Rahayu,
Note Taker : Anita Rianti
Time (WIB) Title Presenter Institution
13.00 – 13.10 Opening Moderator
13.10 – 13.20 Diversity of endophytic fungal species from Styrax benzoin found in benzoin-producing locations in North Sumatra Sarah Asih Faulina Puslitbang Hutan
13.20 – 13.30 Reproductive outputs of two sandalwood landraces with different genetic base and clonality level in Gunung Sewu Sapto Indrioko UGM
13.30 – 13.40 Dynamics of the global trade Asiatic Softshell Turtle (Amyda cartilaginea Boddaert 1770): Shifting trends in commerce and consequences for sustainability Vivin Silvaliandra Sihombing Puslitbang Hutan, IPB University
13.40 – 14.10 Q & A
14.10 – 14.20 Growth diversity, heritability, and genetic correlation of    4-years-old of Alstonia angustiloba progeny test in Wonogiri, Central Java Mashudi B2P2BPTH Yogyakarta (BIOTIFOR)
14.20 – 14.30 Effect of Arbuscular Mycorrhizal Fungi and Planting Media on Growth Seedlings of Helicteres isora ​​L. in the Nursery Diana Prameswari Puslitbang Hutan
14.30 – 14.40 Optimizing breeding strategy of Melaleuca cajuputi sub sp cajuput for a multiple-trait selection: considering the economic weight of traits for oil yield productivity Noor Khomsah Kartikawati B2P2BPTH Yogyakarta (BIOTIFOR)
14.40 – 15.10 Q & A
15.10 – 15.20 RESUME and Closing statement from Plt. Kepala PSI PHB,
15.20 – 15.30 Appreciation for the Best Presenter, Photo session

Room C

Topic : Restoration, forest health, forest biology
Time : Wednesday, September 8th, 2021
Moderator : Henti Hendalastuti Rachmat
Host & Co-Host : Apid Robini Eka Prawira, Merry M. Dethan
Note Taker : Luthfan Meilana Nugraha
Time (WIB) Title Presenter Institution
13.00 – 13.10 Opening Moderator
13.10 – 13.20 Genetic variation of Gmelina arborea Roxb land races progeny test in Trenggalek, East Java Dedi Setiadi B2P2BPTH Yogyakarta (BIOTIFOR)
13.20 – 13.30 Controlling Invassive Allien Species Vachelia nilotica with triclopyr herbicide in Baluran National Park Ragil SB Irianto Puslitbang Hutan
13.30 – 13.40 Ecological risk assessment of potentially invasive alien plant species in Cibodas Biosphere Reserve Aisyah Handayani IPB University/LIPI
13.40 – 13.50 Sprouting and rooting ability of the plus trees of Eucalyptus pellita, E. brassiana and its hybrid in Wanagama, Indonesia Yeni WN Ratnaningrum UGM
13.50 – 14.20 Q & A
14.20 – 14.30 Pests of Sonneratia caseolaris seedlings in the mangrove restoration area nursery of Berbak – Sembilang National Park and its damage Sri Utami BP2LHK Palembang
14.30 – 14.40 Flowering and fruiting phenology of jackfruit (Artocarpus heterophyllus Lam.) from Sumatra provenances Yeni WN Ratnaningrum UGM
14.40 – 14.50 Morphological variation in interspecific Hybrid of Acacia (Acacia mangium × A. auriculiformis) Sri Sunarti B2P2BPTH Yogyakarta (BIOTIFOR)
14.50 – 15.00 Characteristics of Eucalyptus urophylla at seedling levels from provenance Flores, Indonesia Hani S Nuroniah Puslitbang Hutan
15.00 – 15.30 Q & A
15.30 – 15.40 RESUME and Closing statement from Plt. Kepala PSI PHB
15.40 – 15.50 Appreciation for the Best Presenter, Photo session

Room D

Topic : Forest fires, agroforestry and livelihoods, economic and environmental science
Time : Wednesday, September 8th, 2021
Moderator : Bondan Winarno
Host & Co-Host : Zamal Wildan, Rr. Retno Kusumastuti Rahajeng
Note Taker : Retno Agustarini
Time (WIB) Title Presenter Institution
13.00 – 13.10 Opening Moderator
13.10 – 13.20 Medicinal plant domestication of kayu ules (Helicteres isora Linn. Fam: Sterculiacea) through stem cutting: A prospective additional livelihoods for farmer at Bosen Village, East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia Aziz Umroni BP2LHK Kupang
13.20 – 13.30 The effect of feeding various types of mulberry (Morus spp.) on the growth of silkworm and quality of cocoon hybrid BS 09 Minarningsih Puslitbang Hutan
13.30 – 13.40 Bogor Botanic Gardens as a nature based solution for mitigating urban heat island and microclimate regulation Eka Martha Della Rahayu Pusat Penelitian Konservasi Tumbuhan dan Kebun Raya – LIPI
13.40 – 13.50 Vegetation analysis and benefits of Arenga pinnata Merr in for community surrounding forest Mount Halimun Salak National Park, West Java, Indonesia Reni Sawitri Puslitbang Hutan
13.50 – 14.30 Q & A
14.30 – 14.40 RESUME and Closing statement from Plt. Kepala PSI PHB
14.40 – 14.50 Appreciation for the Best Presenter, Photo session

Room E

Sub theme : Forest products utilization and wood preservation
Moderator : Ratih Damayanti
Host : Ita Rahmawati
Time Tiitle Presenter Institution
13.00 – 13.10 Opening by moderator
13.10 – 13.20 A Review : Prospective study of non-timber forest product uses in three Meranti species (Shorea spp.) Marfuah Wardani Center for Standardization of Sustainable Forest Management Instruments
13.20 – 13.30 Trials of frankincense harvesting using organic stimulants Sukadaryati Center for Standardization of Sustainable Forest Management Instruments
13.30 – 13.40 Reduced impact logging in the dried land natural production forests in Indonesia Dulsalam Center for Standardization of Sustainable Forest Management Instruments
13.40 – 13.50 The family of Annonaceae: the important role in forest ecosystems and human being life Tri Handayani Research Center for Plant Conservation and Botanic Gardens, Indonesian Institute of Sciences
13.50 – 14.00 Enhancing the properties of damar (Agathis loranthifolia Salisb.) wood by making hybrid-wood bamboo composite Deazy Rachmi T Center for Standardization of Sustainable Forest Management Instruments
14.00 – 14.10 Influence of jeringau (Acorus calamus Linn.) rhizome extract against dry-wood termites (Cryptotermes cynocephalus Light.) Dyah Ayu Agustiningrum Center for Standardization of Sustainable Forest Management Instruments
14.10 – 14.50 Discussion
14.50 – 15.00 Appreciation for the best presenteresumeand closing statement

Room F

Sub theme : Non timber forest products, physical and mechanical properties
Moderator : Jamaludin Malik
Host : Yunita
Time Title Presenter Institution
13.00 – 13.10 Opening by moderator
13.10 – 13.20 Total phenolic, antioxidant activity and toxicity of taxus leaf herbal tea in two different brewing temperature Ahmad Dany Sunandar Environment and Forestry Research and Development Institute of Aek Nauli
13.20 – 13.30 The Content of Propolis’s Flavonoid from Two Species of Stingless Bee in Lombok Nurul Wahyuni Research Institut of Non Timber Forest Product Technology
13.30 – 13.40 Identification on chemical organic compounds of Macaranga hypoleuca by using Py-GCMS Gusmailina Center for Standardization of Sustainable Forest Management Instruments
13.40 – 13.50 Chemical composition and anticancer activities of methanol-extracted agarwood (Gyrinops verstegii [Gilg.] Domke) Totok Kartono Waluyo Center for Standardization of Sustainable Forest Management Instruments
13.50 – 14.00 Drying and quality performance of dragon blood’s resin (Daemonorops Sp.) exposed to solar and oven drying Gunawan Pasaribu Center for Standardization of Sustainable Forest Management Instruments
14.00 – 14.30 Discussion
14.30 – 14.40 Appreciation for the best presenter, resume and closing statement

Room G

Sub theme : Non-timber forest product processing
Moderator : AYPBC Widyatmoko
Host : Deden Nurhayadi
Time Title Presenter Institution
13.00 – 13.10 Opening by moderator
13.10 – 13.20 The aromatherapy formulation of benzoin, nutmeg and citronella essential oils and its effect on reducing stress and human blood pressure Cut Rizlani Kholibrina Research and development institute of forest fiber technology
13.20 – 13.30 Ethnopharmacological of forest’s essential oils for respiratory and cardiovascular treatments in Northern Sumatra Aswandi Research and development institute of forest fiber technology
13.30 – 13.40 Ethnomedicinal properties of orchidaceae by local communities in Lake Toba region, North Sumatera, Indonesia Aswandi Research and development institute of forest fiber technology
13.40 – 13.50 Callus Inducement of Toona Sinensis: Potential Agents Against SARS coronavirus replication Asri Insiana Putri Center for Forest Biotechnology and Tree Improvement
13,50 – 14,20 Discussion
14.20 – 14.30 The potential of medang reso (Cinnamomum parthenoxylon) as raw material source for diabetes therapy Asmaliyah, Etik Erna Wati Hadi Environment and Forestry Research and Development Institute of Palembang
14.30 – 14.40 Cassava Starch-Chitosan-Sorghum Micro-fibrillated Cellulose Biocomposite Wrapping Film to Prevent COVID-19 Outspread FA Syamani Research Center for Biomaterials LIPI
14.40 – 14.50 The genetic potential of Taxus sumatrana medicinal plants in Kerinci Regency Dodi Frianto Research and development institute of forest fiber technology
14.50 – 15.00 Macrofungi Diversity in Lawu Mountain Forests and Their Potential Uses as Medicinal Mushroom for Inducing Immunity Against Corona Virus (Covid 19) Sri Rahayu Gadjah Mada University
15.00 – 15.30 Discussion
15.30 – 15.40 Appreciation for the best presenter, resume and closing statement

Room H

Sub theme : Wood anatomy and bioenergy
Moderator : Karnita Yuniarti
Host : Aryani
Time Tiitle Presenter Institution
13.00 – 13.10 Opening by moderator
13.10 – 13.20 Anatomical comparison of branches and trunks of seven commercial wood species Gunawan Hadi Rahmanto Center for Standardization of Sustainable Forest Management Instruments
13.20 – 13.30 Utilization of nyamplung industrial waste for compost and the response to growth and nitrogen uptake on nyamplung sedlings Tri Maria Hasnah Center for Standardization of Sustainable Forest Management Instruments
13.30 – 13.40 Influence of nano-activated carbon on biodegradation of bamboo paper in the soil Dian Anggraini Center for Standardization of Sustainable Forest Management Instruments
13.40 – 13.50 Fossil wood diversity record from Merangin region, Jambi, Indonesia Agus Ismanto Center for Standardization of Sustainable Forest Management Instruments
13.50 – 14.00 The Utilization and Its Benefits of Liquid Smoke  from Lignocellulosic Waste Ina Winarni Center for Standardization of Sustainable Forest Management Instruments
14.00 – 14.10 Characteristics of Wood Pellets from Over-dry Sawdust Waste Santiyo Wibowo Center for Standardization of Sustainable Forest Management Instruments
14.10 – 14.50 Discussion
14.50 – 15.00 Appreciation for the best presenter, resume and closing statement

Contact And Further Information

Fathimah Handayani, S.Hut., M.For.Sc

Forest Research and Development Center

Jl. Gunung Batu 5 Bogor

Mobile: +62 81392370316

Email: iopproceeding.p3h@gmail.com

Aryani, S.Hut, M.Si

Forest Products Research and Development Center

Jl. Gunung Batu 5 Bogor

Mobile: +62 81310620140

Email: conference.p3hh@gmail.com

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