Selamat Idul Fitri 1434 H

Posted onAugust 8, 2013 
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Ucapan selamat Idul Fitri 1434 H Sekolah Jepang

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GRATIS Akses Jurnal Internasional dari Perpus Nasional RI

Posted onMay 25, 2013 
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jurnal internasional gratisAkses jurnal internasional secara gratis bisa juga lho dari Perpustakaan Nasional RI. Sudah tahu belum?

Fasilitas mengakses jurnal internasional secara gratis saat ini memang masih baru sebatas para dosen Indonesia melalui portal jurnal Read more

Budaya dan Perubahan Iklim: Festival Mekarnya Sakura dan Pengetahuan dan Sikap Para Pemangku Kepentingan terhadap Perubahan Iklim Global

Posted onApril 2, 2013 
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Bunga sakura mekar di Dougo-koen, Matsuyama

Sebagian besar model-model perubahan iklim global memprediksikan terjadinya masalah sosial dan ekologi yang serius. Di Jepang, para ahli biologi telah menemukan perubahan iklim telah mempengaruhi spesies dan ekosistem, termasuk waktu berbunga yang lebih awal dari pohon sakura yang merupakan simbol budaya Read more

New Social Values on the Establishment of Cemara Udang (Casuarina equisetifolia) in the Southern Coast of Yogyakarta

Posted onMarch 18, 2013 
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Today, cemara udang, a local name for beach sheoak (Casuarina equisetifolia), has been extensively distributed along the Southern Coast of Yogyakarta, Indonesia, both in the rows formation and in individuals. After its first establishment in Samas Beach by Universitas Gadjah Mada in October 1996cemara udanghas provided benefits especially for coastal inhabitants. New social values were also set up by coastal inhabitant to sustain the use of cemara udang. We investigated and interviewed 200 respondents along the Southern Coast of Bantul Regency, Yogyakarta, during April-May 2012. A questioner was used to guide the interview in order to find out the detail of social values set up. The interview results confirmed that cemara udang was an important species in the coast for windbreak (40.5%); suitable for green landscape, better tourism and culinary (36%); shade trees (34%); and others. The benefits of cemara udang caused close relationship between coastal inhabitants and this species. This relationship was also reflected within the names of food stalls, beach, and new local names such as cemoro laut (19%) and cemoro pantai (1%). There was a little perception difference between respondents in understanding the prohibition limits related to the use of cemara udangMost of them Read more

Distribution of Casuarina equisetifolia along the Southern Coast of Yogyakarta after Sixteen Years (1996-2012)

Posted onMarch 7, 2013 
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Distribution of Casuarina equisetifolia in Indonesia based on the examination of Bogoriense Herbarium specimen were Islands of Sumatera, Kalimantan, Sulawesi, Moluccas, Java, and Lesser Sunda. Recently C. equisetifolia had also been spreading with the aid of people into Parangtritis sand dune and 27 beaches in 21 coastal villages (65.5%) along the southern coast of Yogyakarta. Their locations and plantation patterns clarified by using exploring method and Google Earth reference images. Five plantation patterns were depicted i.e. oblique comb, untu walang, rows formation, individual, and rectangle. The first two constitute the early pattern, but not currently replicated. The largest numbers of rows formation and rectangle, which were established between fore-dune and landward in Bantul and Kulonprogo, proved associated with agricultural land. In individual, C. equisetifolia had been distributing in roadsides, yard of fishing villages, and tourism beaches as shady tree and greenery landscape.  [full paper]

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