The 9th Week
FIELD EXCURSION OF INTRODUCTION TO LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY
(PENGANTAR EKOLOGI LANSKAP)

Department of Landscape Architecture – Faculty of Agriculture – IPB

Coordinator: Prof. Dr. Hadi Susilo Arifin

Teaching Staffs: Dr. Sayratinilia Wijaya & Dr Kaswanto

Assistants: Amira & Faza

  • Day    : Tuesday
  • Date  : 19 April 2016
  • Time : 07:00-09:30
  • Students will be divided in to three groups: One Group @ 23-24 students
  • Instructors:   Dr Syartinilia Wijaya (No. 1-23); Dr Regan Leonardus Kaswanto (No. 24-47); Prof. Dr Hadi Susilo Arifin (No. 48-70).

STUDY SITES

  • Meeting point: plaza of Andi Hakim Nasoetion (AHN) Building – front of IPB Rector Building, Dramaga Campus.
  • The First Site: The 6th Floor of AHN Building
  • The Second Site: Rubber Plantation and Bamboo Arboretum
  • The Third Site: “Balong” Blue Open Space and “Pekarangan Rumah Kayu”

INTERPRETATION TASKS

  1. Landscape interpretation from the 6th Floor of AHN Building; Bamboo Arboretum; Arboretum of Landscape Architecture; Academic Event Plaza in IPB Campus, Dramaga, Bogor
  • Take a picture in each interpretation object
  • Interpretation and delineation of  landscape structure objects (patch and corridor)
  • Define the MATRIX
  1. Observation on Rubber Plantation and Bamboo Arboretum
  2. Observation on “Balong” water front landscape and “Pekarangan Rumah Kayu”

REPORT

  • Synopsis of the excursion through writing comment (maximum 300 words, whether in English or in Bahasa Indonesia) in this page: http://hsarifin.staff.ipb.ac.id/2016/04/18/excursion-introduction-to-landscape-ecology-2016/

by Tuesday 26 April 2016 at 8AM.

  • Good Luck!!!

SAME GUIDANCE IN PDF FILE Click Here, Please.

Bogor, 4 April 2016

City Mayor of Bogor, Dr Bima Arya Sugiarto with Division of Cooperation/Secretariat of Bogor City, Urban Planning Agency (BAPPEDA),  Environmental Agency (LH), Tirta Pakuan Urban Water Company (PDAM) had a meeting with IPB Water Sensitive Cities (WSC) team on Monday, 4 April 2016 at 12.00-13.00.

Prof. Hadi Susilo Arifin leads IPB WSC Team, came to Bogor City Hall with members, as follows:

  1. Sub-Project 1: Benchmarking tools to develop leapfrogging programs (Prof. Budi Indra Setyawan and Dr Yuli Suharnoto)
  2. Sub-Project 2: Socio-institutional pathways (Dr Nurmala, and Dr Sofyan Syaf/absent)
  3. Sub-Project 3: Infrastructure adaptation pathways (Prof. Budi Indra Setyawan, Dr Nora Panjaitan, and Dr Yanuar)
  4. Sub-Project 4: Green technology pathways (Prof. Hidayat Pawitan, Dr. Nana Mulyana Arifjaya, and Dr. Suria Darma Tarigan/absent)
  5. Sub-Project 5: Urban design & demonstration (Prof. Hadi Susilo Arifin and Dr R.L. Kaswanto)
  6. Sub-Project 6: Learning Alliances (Prof. Handoko/absent, and Dr Sofyan Sjaf/absent)

As a Mayor of Bogor City and an alumnus of Monash University  Melbourne (Master of Art in Development Studied) and Australian National University Canberra (Doctor in Politics Science) , Dr Bima Arya Sugiarto welcomes to IPB WSC team to have a research collaboration that would be held in Greater Jakarta, specially in Bogor City. Bogor is recognized as rain city, due to has 4000-5000 mm annual precipitation. Therefore, it is very necessary how Bogor manage the sustainability of water resources.

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IPB WSC TEAM VISITED BAPPEDA BOGOR CITY

Water Sensitive Cities (WSC) – IPB Team, Prof. Hadi Susilo Arifin, Prof. Hidayat Pawitan and Dr Kaswanto have visited BAPPEDA (Urban Planning Agency) office of Bogor City on Wednesday, March 23, 2016. WSC research among Monash University, IPB, UI and ITS under managed by Australia Indonesia Centre (AIC) with the research subject of Resilient Cities and Communities have introduced by Prof. Hadi Susilo Arifin. Mrs. Lorina, BAPPEDA-Bogor City also shows the on going problem and solution. Therefore, in order to have links and matches among academician, business, government, and communities we have visited RUSUNAWA Cibuluh and one water retention pond that would be constructed. In this semester 12 Master students of Landscape Architecture will involve to have a workshop of urban blue open space demonstration in RUSUNAWA Cibuluh.

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PROGRAMME
Name of Event : International Symposium on Eco City Bogor
Date/Time        : Thursday, 17th March 2016 / 09:00 – 18:00
Venue                : IPB International Convention Centre
Organizers       : Ministry of the Environment, Japan (MOEJ)
Ministry of the Environment and Forestry, Indonesia (MOEFI)
Bogor City Government
National Institute for Environmental Studies (NIES)/Bogor Agricultural University (IPB)/Bandung Institute of Technology (ITB) Institute for Global Environmental Strategies (IGES)

Simultaneous interpretation will be provided in English and Bahasa Indonesia.

The forum aims at conveying the preliminary results of the collaborative research that has been undertaken on the development of MRV (measurement, reporting and verification) system of energy use to support the implementation of low-emission development of city in Indonesia, particularly Bogor. Through this symposium, it is expected to share and exchange of ideas with stakeholders how the research strategy needs to be developed in the future for supporting the development of Eco-Campus, Eco-City, and Eco-Industrial Park.

Time Programme
08:00 – 09:00 Registration of Participants
09:00 – 09:45 Opening Remarks:
Prof. Dr. Ir. Herry Suhardiyanto, M. Sc, Chancellor, Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia
Dr. Bima Arya Sugiarto, Mayor of Bogor City, Indonesia
Prof. Tsuyoshi Fujita, Director, National Institute for Environmental Studies (NIES) Japan
09:45 – 10:45 Press conference (60 minutes)
Coffee break
10:45 – 12:00 Key Note Speech:
MRV System for supporting the implementation of low carbon development in Indonesia: Dr. Ir. Kirsfianti Linda Ginoga, M. Sc, Director for GHG Inventory and MRV, Ministry of Environment and Forestry Indonesia
Social Monitoring and Modelling Research for Interactive Solution Design for Eco-Cities: Prof. Tsuyoshi Fujita, Director, National Institute for Environmental Studies (NIES) Japan
Eco-campus policy as mitigation measures for climate change: Dr. Ir. Hefni Effendi, M.Phil, Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia
Discussion (15 minutes)
12:00 – 13: 30 Lunch break
Session
13:30 – 15:00 Moderator: Prof. Tsuyoshi Fujita
1. Integrated Research for Supporting Low Carbon Development Policy: Prof. Rizaldi Boer, Bogor Agricultural University (15 minutes)
2. Integrated Model Application toward Low Carbon Cities Scenario Simulation: Dr. Kei Gomi, Center for Social and Environmental Systems Research (CSESR) NIES Japan (15 minutes)
3. Smart and sustainable city policy in Bogor City: Ir. RR. Lorina Darmastuti, MUM, BAPPEDA Kota Bogor (15 minutes)
4. Development of Low Carbon Blueprint Initiative in Iskandar Malaysia: Prof. Ibrahim Ngah, UTM Malaysia (15 minutes)
Discussion (30 minutes)
15:00 – 15:30 Afternoon Break
15:30 – 17:00 Moderator: Prof. Rizaldi Boer
1. Innovative MRV System for eco-city development: Dr. Minoru Fujii, Center for Social and Environmental Systems Research (CSESR), NIES Japan (15 minutes)
2. Roles of Research and Development Agency for Environment and Forestry in Low Emission Development: Dr. Bambang Supriyanto, Forestry and Environment Research, Development and Innovation Agency (FOERDIA) (15 minutes)
3. GHGs observation network in SE Asia – a new GHGs measurement site in Indonesia: Dr. Dong Huijuan, on behalf of Dr. Hitoshi Mukai, NIES Japan (15 minutes)
4. Green-Blue Open Space Management for Productive Landscape in Bogor City: Prof. Dr. Hadi Susilo Arifin, Bogor Agricultural University (15 minutes)
5. Survey on Citizens Awareness’ and Understanding on Environmental Policy in Bogor on Energy Efficiency: Ms. Ryoko Nakano, IGES Japan (15 minutes)
Discussion (15 minutes)
17:00 – 18:00 • Way Forward
o Prof. Tsuyoshi Fujita (NIES) & Prof. Rizaldi Boer (IPB) (30 minutes)
• Closing Remarks
o Prof. Dr. Ir. Herry Suhardiyanto, M. Sc, Chancellor of Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia
18:30 – 20:00 Dinner Reception

This Symposium is supported by the Ministry of the Environment, Japan, as an outreach activity of the research project ‘Development of an Innovative Technology on Measurement, Reporting and Verification (MRV) System in Indonesia for the Promotion of Joint Crediting Mechanism (JCM).

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FIELD EXCURSION

LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY COURSE FOR GRADUATE STUDENTS

Coordinator: Prof. Dr. Hadi Susilo Arifin

Department of Landscape Architecture, Faculty of Agriculture – IPB

Day/Date/Time    : Thursday/ 03 March 2016/ 06:30-08:00 AM

Instructors: Prof. Hadi Susilo Arifin

Meeting point: Plaza of Andi Hakim Nasoetion (AHN) Building – front of IPB Rector Building, Dramaga Campus.
Interpretation Site: The 6th Floor of AHN Building (three corners)

FIELDS INTERPRETATION TASK:

Landscape interpretation from the 6th Floor of AHN Building: Bamboo Arboretum; Arboretum of Landscape Architecture; Academic Event Plaza in IPB Campus, Dramaga, Bogor and its vicinity.
Take a picture in each interpretation object.
Interpretation and delineation of  landscape structure objects (patch and corridor)
Define the MATRIX

PERSONAL STUDENT REPORT:

1. Report should be written personally

2. Every student has to give a deepest attention in one the most impressive object “VISTA”: please explain the mosaic landscape, and define the landscape structure (type and number of patches and corridors) – landscape function – landscape dynamic.

3. Report Synopsis of the excursion should be uploaded through comment box (maximum 500 words, whether in English or in Bahasa Indonesia) in this page by Friday 11 March 2016 at 5PM.

4. Good Luck!!!

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Guest Lecture in Sustainable Landscape Management Course – Urban Biodiversity

Dear Graduate Students and Faculty Members

With my pleasure to invite you for attending general lecture in “Sustainable Landscape Management” and “Landscape Ecology” aspect, as follows:

Title: “Urban Biodiversity Conservation” and “Satoyama-Secondary Forest Management”

Guest Lecturer: Prof. Dr. Yashiro NATSUHARA, Professor in Department of Environmental Engineering and Architecture, Graduate School of Environmental Studies, Nagoya University, Japan.

Host: Prof. Dr. Hadi Susilo Arifin

Day/Date: Monday/February 29, 2016

Time: 10:00 – 12:00

Venue: Ruang Sidang Fakultas Pertanian – IPB, Jl Meranti Kampus Darmaga, Bogor 16680

Participants: Students of Sustainable Landscape Management and Landscape Ecology Courses – Even Semester 2015-2016, and also welcome for the other students, who are interested to these topics.

CP: Fariz  fariz.harindrasyam@gmail.com

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STUDENT TASK – Video interpretation, Please CLICK the links, as follows:

A LANDSCAPE APPROACH: What, Where, and How?
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uetUPdZB-tQ

Eco Tourism of Indonesia, Best Travel And Tourism, Good Vacation Destination:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pn5br_ADkEo

Ecotourism in Indonesia AIESEC LC BANDUNG:
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jC2xe-ePopc

Dear Students of “Ecotourism Policies & Management” Class…

After you have watched the above videos, please write some comments with 300 words maximum. The comments should be uploaded in the comment box of this page by March n03, 2016.

Bogor, 25 February 2016

Hadi Susilo ARIFIN

 

2016-02-24 Resilient Communities Funding Announcement Press Release (5)-page-02016-02-24 Resilient Communities Funding Announcement Press Release (5)-page-1A

ROAD TO WATER CLUSTER – IPB Research Team

POLICIES AND MANAGEMENT OF ECOTOURSM – KEBIJAKAN DAN MANAJEMEN EKOWISATA

Participant: Graduate Students of Natural Resources & Environmental Management Study Program – IPB. WELCOME FOR OTHER STUDENTS FROM LINKED STUDY PROGRAM TO JOIN THIS COURSE – Register by “KRS-B”, please…..

PSL 634 Kebijakan dan Manajemen Ekowisata 2(2-0) – Even Semester

Instructors: Prof. Dr. Hadi Susilo Arifin & Prof. Dr. Harini Muntasib

Syllabi:

Membahas mengenai pertumbuhan dan perkembangan ekowisata, lingkungan ekowisata, dampak wisata, pengelolaan ekowisata: Konsep, Issue dan Pelaku, Tools dan Teknik Pengelolaan Ekowisata, Business Plan Ekowisata dan masa depan ekowisata.

Learning Outcome:

Mahasiswa mampu: 1) Mendeskripsikan ekowisata serta mengetahui ragam & faktor yg mempengaruhi pembentukannya; 2) Menganalisis & mengusulkan berbagai alternatif bentuk manajemen & kebijakan dalam mewujudkan (kawasan & kegiatan) ekowisata yg berkelanjutan.

Date                Instructor                                    Topic

18-02-2015      Hadi Susilo Arifin  Introduction of Ecotourism

25-02-2015     Hadi Susilo Arifin  Management Plan of Ecotourism

03-03-2015     Hadi Susilo Arifin Carrying Capacity on Ecotourism

10-03-2015      Hadi Susilo Arifin Landscape Service of Ecotourism

17-03-2015     Hadi Susilo Arifin Certification of Ecotourism

24-03-2015     Hadi Susilo Arifin Case Study on Game Reserve Ecotourism

Substituted by  Local Wisdom-Ecovillage-Agroforetsry-Agrotourism

31-03-2015     Hadi Susilo Arifin Case Study on National Park

Substituted by Lesson Learned from Concept of Agro-Edu-Tourism

07-04-2015    Hadi Susilo Arifin Mid-Test

14-04-2015    Harini Muntasib    Start lecture topics Part II

LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY COURSE – MATA KULIAH EKOLOGI LANSKAP

EVEN SEMESTER 2015/2016:

ELECTIVE COURSE for MASTER & DOCTOR Students

ARL 621 LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY – 3(3-0): This subject concerns with ecological principles and concepts in the landscape, which is emphasized on landscape structure, landscape function, landscape dynamic and its heterogeneity. It is also concern with landscape conservation-management, and the methodology in landscape ecology as well (Hadi Susilo Arifin, Wahyu Q. Mugnisyah, and Syartinilia Wijaya)

Participants: Welcome for linked students from Study Program of Landscape Architecture (ARL), Natural Resources & Environmental Management (PSL), Agronomy (AGR), Regional Development (PWL), Rural Development (PWD), Forestry/Biodiversity Conservation (KVT)

Class Room: Landscape Management Division Room – Wing 13/Level VI – Dramaga Campus

OR Department of Landscape Architecture W-20 L-4 – Dramaga Campus

Day/Time: Tuesday/14.00 – 16.30

Lecturers: Prof. Dr. Hadi Susilo Arifin (HSA); Prof. Dr. Wahju Qamara Mugnisjah (WQM), Dr. Syartinilia Wijaya (SWI)

Week TOPIC Lecturer
I16 Feb Introduction: Syllabi & Time Schedule;Landscape and Principles HSA
II23 Feb Ecological Concepts in Brief (physical environment, aquatic environment, population, evolutionary, ecological comm, energy and matter in ecosystems HSA
III01 Mar LANDSCAPE STRUCTURE – PATCHES: patch origin and change, patch size/shape/number and configuration HSA
IV08 Mar LANDSCAPE STRUCTURE – CORRIDORS: corridors and their origin, structure/line/strip/stream corridors HSA
V15 Mar MATRIX AND NETWORK: Distinguishing a matrix, porosity and boundary shape, network, matrix heterogeneity HSA
VI22 Mar OVERALL STRUCTURE: Micro/macro heterogeneity, configuration of patches, corridors and matrix, contrast in landscape, grain size of the landscape HSA
VII29 Mar LANDSCAPE DYNAMIC: Natural process in landscape development (Geomorphology, establishment of life forms, soil development, natural disturbance) ADDITIONAL MATERIALS as follows:Blue Open Space Management in Jabodetabek (Hadi Susilo Arifin)

GIAHS Mapping in Five Regions of Indonesia (Hadi Susilo Arifin)

HSA
VIII05 Mar Mid-Test HSA
IX12 Apr LANDSCAPE DYNAMIC: The Human Role in Landscape Development (Modification of Natural Rhythms, Method or Tools Used in Landscape Modification, A landscape Modification Gradients) WQM
X19 Apr LANDSCAPE DYNAMIC: Flows between adjacent landscape elements (Mechanism underlying linkage, airflow and locomotion, soil flow, interaction between land and stream, hedgerow interaction with adjacent landscape element WQM
XI26 Apr LANDSCAPE DYNAMIC: Animal and Plant Movement Across a Landscape (Pattern and movement, Movement of animals, movement of plants, some species movement in Agriculture and pest control SWI
XII03 May LANDSCAPE DYNAMIC : Landscape Functioning (Corridors and Flows, Flows and the Matrix, Networks) WQM
XIII10 May LANDSCAPE DYNAMIC: Landscape Change (Stability, Meta-stability, Pattern of Overall landscape change, landscape dynamic, linkage among landscapes) WQM
XIV17 May HETEROGEINITY AND MANAGEMENT: Heterogeneity and Typology (Landscape heterogeneity, animal response to heterogeneity, guidelines for landscape typology, The inherent hierarchy in nature, Ascending typology) SWI
XV24 May HETEROGEINITY AND MANAGEMENT: Landscape Management (Production in landscape, Major landscape type, landscape quality, modelling and landscape management SWI
XVI31 May Final Test WQM, SWI

BONUS – VIDEO:

  1. Ecocity –  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qHNlrY__O6I

VIDEO Hadi Susilo Arifin in Healthy Living Program – Metro TV – Episode 7 ECOCITY DEVLOPMENT

  1. Biodiversity –  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-NhH9amZJ8Y

VIDEO Hadi Susilo Arifin in Healthy Living Program – Metro TV – Episode 8 URBAN BIODIVERSITY CONSERVATION

  1. Greenery Open Spaces – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KBmUcVZx75g

VIDEO Hadi Susilo Arifin in Healthy Living Program – Metro TV – Episode 9 GREENERY OPEN SPACE

  1. Landscape Ecology – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=82iGnDMs7ZU

VIDEO Hadi Susilo Arifin in Healthy Living Program – Metro TV – Episode 12 LANDSCAPE ECOLOGY

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