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Currently, timber trade requires that wood products must come from legally and responsibly managed forests. In Indonesia, to prove that wood products are legal if they are equipped with Legitimate Certificate of Forest Product, V-legal mark and electronic label in the form of Barcode. One method of ...

Author(s)
Soenarno; Astana, S.
Publisher
Pusat Penelitian dan Pengembangan Hasil Hutan, Bogor, Indonesia
Citation
Jurnal Penelitian Hasil Hutan, 2018, 36, 1, pp 47-58
Abstract

Paraserianthes falcataria is fast growing species that considered being potential lumber for construction application. The aim was to evaluate the effect of year rotation of harvesting on quality of Paraserianthes falcataria wood for construction application. Nine trees of Paraserianthes falcataria ...

Author(s)
Listyanto, T.
Publisher
Slovak Forest Products Research Institute, Bratislava, Slovakia
Citation
Wood Research (Bratislava), 2018, 63, 3, pp 497-503
Abstract

Over the past few decades, transnational and supranational market-based forest governance systems have been developed to address the complex problems associated with deforestation, by improving the legality and sustainability of timber traded in global markets. This is catalysed by the increasing...

Author(s)
Maryudi, A.; Myers, R.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Geoforum, 2018, 97, pp 46-53
Abstract

Merkusii pine wood (Pinus merkusii) was extensively planted throughout Indonesia, where it is only indigenous in northern Sumatera, by the Dutch during colonial times. The demand for this wood species, especially in the domestic market, has increased notably, despite its limited durability...

Author(s)
Nandika, W. D. D.; Afaf, B. D. H.; Rahayu, I.; Lumongga, D.
Publisher
Korean Society of Wood Science and Technology, Seoul, Korea Republic
Citation
Mokchae Konghak = Journal of the Korean Wood Science and Technology, 2018, 46, 4, pp 323-337
Abstract

Deforestation and conversion of forest land in Indonesia continues. Data show that within 12 years there has been a decline in forest area in Indonesia amounted to approximately 20 million hectares, or an average of 1.7 million hectares per year. Other data show that between 1990-2010, Indonesia...

Author(s)
Noer, M.; Saribanon, N.; Nurwulandari, A.
Publisher
Universiti Kebangsaan, Selngor, Malaysia
Citation
Geografia. Malaysian Journal of Society and Space, 2017, 13, 1, pp 110-118
Abstract

Wood preservation technology has been using a lot of synthetic preservatives for a long time. However, some disadvantages have been recorded such as environment quality degradation and killing more untargeted wood destroying organism than targeted one. Recently environment quality maintenance has...

Author(s)
Prayitno, T. A.; Widyorini, R.; Lukmandaru, G.
Publisher
Slovak Forest Products Research Institute, Bratislava, Slovakia
Citation
Wood Research (Bratislava), 2017, 62, 6, pp 951-960
Abstract

Increasing global population and demand for food have led to rising agricultural production and demand for land; expanded agricultural land has often come from tropical deforestation. These forests support biodiverse ecosystems and further benefit the environment through carbon storage. This report ...

Author(s)
Beckman, J.; Sands, R. D.; Riddle, A. A.; Lee, T.; Walloga, J. M.
Publisher
USDA Economic Research Service, Washington, USA
Citation
Economic Research Report - Economic Research Service, USDA, 2017, No.229, pp iv + 65 pp.
Abstract

Bintuni Bay, located in the south of the Bird's Head Peninsula of West Papua, Indonesia, contains one of the largest mangrove forests in the world, growing in a variety of environmental conditions and geomorphologies. In the southern area of the bay, 82,120 ha of mangrove forest are actively...

Author(s)
Sillanpää, M.; Vantellingen, J.; Friess, D. A.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Forest Ecology and Management, 2017, 390, pp 137-146
Abstract

Timber from plantation forest mostly contains sapwood, and the heartwood part has a lot of juvenile wood, which has low resistance to attack by subterranean termites (Coptotermes curvignathus). Wood smoke created through pyrolysis contains numerous polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons that could...

Author(s)
Hadi, Y. S.; Efendi, M.; Massijaya, M. Y.; Pari, G.; Arinana
Publisher
Forest Products Society, Madison, USA
Citation
Forest Products Journal, 2016, 66, 7/8, pp 480-484
Abstract

Forests are sources of wood, non-timber forest products and ecosystems services and goods that benefit society as a whole, and are especially important to rural livelihoods. Forest landscape restoration (FLR) has been proposed as a way to counteract deforestation and reconcile the production of...

Author(s)
Adams, C.; Rodrigues, S. T.; Calmon, M.; Chetan Kumar
Publisher
Wiley, Boston, USA
Citation
Biotropica, 2016, 48, 6, pp 731-744

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