Dr Ir Gun Mardiatmoko MP
 

INDONESIA
RAIN
FOREST

Indonesia’s biodiversity richness is made possible by several factors: it is located between two continents (Asia and Australia) and two oceans (Pacific and Indian) and it has a unique geographical feature (State Ministry of Environment, 1997). Indonesia is an archipelago of more than 17,500 islands extending 5,000 km along the equator and spanning two major biogeographical realms (Indomalaya and Australasia) with the Wallace Line in between, as well as several distinct biogeographical provinces. As a result, Indonesia is not only a megabiodiversity country but also has a high level of endemism.

Many of Indonesia's forests include in Tropical Rain Forest is a complex community whose framework is provided by trees of many sizes.Forest canopy is used as a general one to describe the total plant community above the ground. Within the canopy the microclimate differs from that. outside; there is less light, humidity is higher, and temperature is lower. Many of the smaller trees grow in the shade of the larger ones in the microclimate that these produce. Upon the framework of the tree and within the microclimate of the canopy grow a range of other kinds of plants: climbers, epiphytes, strangling, plants parasites, and saprophytes. The trees and most of the other plants are rooted in the soil and draw nutrients and water from it. Their fallen leaves, twigs, branches, and other parts provide; food for a host of invertebrate animals, amongst which termites are often important, and for fungi and bacteria. Nutrients are returned to the soil via decay of fallen parts and by leaching from the leaves by rain-water. It is a feature of tropical rain forest that most of the total nutrient store is in the vegetation; relatively little is held in the soil.

Indonesia’s forests are an extraordinary natural phenomenon, of immense value and beauty. Over ten per cent of the planet’s diversity of plants and animals are found only in Indonesia, including orangutan, elephants, tigers, rhinoceros, a thousand species of birds, and thousands of plant species. The archipelago is also home to hundreds of indigenous groups who have lived from and managed Indonesia’s forests for thousands of years. The forests provide food, medicines, building materials and clothing fibers, not only for indigenous communities, but also for world markets. Indonesia also possesses more endangered species than any other country in the world largely because of deforestation.
 




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The Procedure Of Implementation Afforestation And Reforestation Project Under The Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) In Indonesia.

For Further Information regarding the forestry CDM in Indonesia Please Contact :
by : Dr. Gun Mardiatmoko (gum_mardi@yahoo.com) (HP:+6281904227676)

CURRICULUM VITAE OF AUTHOR:

A. PERSONAL DATA
1. Full name : Gun Mardiatmoko
2. Gender : Male 3. Date and place of birth : April 06, 1959 – Yogyakarta, Indonesia
4. Mailing address : Perumahan Dosen Unpatti, Rumahtiga, Ambon-97233
5. Handphone : +6281904227676
6. E-mail : gum_mardi@yahoo.com

B. EMPLOYMENT BACKGROUND

1. Lecturer of Forestry Department, Faculty of Agriculture, Pattimura University, Ambon, Mollucas, year 2008 to date
2. Lecturer of Faculty of Agriculture, Padjadjaran University, Bandung-West Java, year 2001 to 2007
3. Lecturer of Faculty of Agriculture, Sam Ratulangi University, Manado-North Sulawesi, year 2000
4. Lecturer of Forestry Department, Faculty of Agriculture, Pattimura University and forest planning consultant at Barito Pacific Timber Groups, Ambon-Mollucas year 1984 to 1999
5. Lecturer of Faculty of Agriculture, Sriwijaya University, Palembang, South Sumatera, year 1982 to 1983
6. Department head of forest planning in PT. Wai Hitam Forest Concession, Palembang, South Sumatera, year 1982 to 1983

C. EDUCATIONAL BACKGROUND

1. Faculty of Forestry, Gadjahmada University, Yogyakarta, August 18, 1982, certificate. Title of research: Study on the effect of total trees and age class of teaks (Tectona grandhis L.) for basal area measurement by using cluster sampling technique in Ngawi Forest District, Central Java (Bachelor of Science in Forestry)
2. Faculty of Forestry, Gadjahmada University, Yogyakarta, May 19, 1997, certificate. Title of research: Study on crown density and crown competition factor by using analysis of digital data of Landsat TM in timber estate area of Indah Kiat Pulp and Paper Co., Riau (Master of Science in Forestry)
3. Faculty of Management, Economical Engineer in Agriculture and Rural Development, University of Agricultural Sciences and Veterinary Medicine, Bucharest, July 26, 2007, certificate. Title of research: Study on monitoring of evaluation, protection and forest exploitation in concordance with the principles of sustainable forest development (Doctor of Science in Forestry).



D. TRAINING BACKGROUND

1. Short Course: Learning of English for Higher Education in English Education Center of Gadjah Mada University, Yogyakarta.Toefl score test 410, year 1999
2. Short Course: Spatial Analysis by using ArcView-ArcInfo, ILWIS (Integrated Land and Water Information System), PT.Geomedia in Yogyakarta, year 1999
3. Short Course: Biometrics, ACIAR-Sydney University and Sam Ratulangi, year 2000
4. Course: Romanian Language (6 months), University of Polytechnics-Bucharest. Score test 11 points (max .score 12 and min. score 6 points), July 16, 2004

E. OTHERS

1. Study tour at industrial forest plantation in Brazil (two weeks), year 1990
2. Seminar on Human resources development between Malaysia and Indonesia, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia, Bangi-Malaysia, October 8-10, 2002
3. Seminar on Green technologies for sustainable agriculture. Faculty of Agriculture, Craiova University, Craiova-Romania, December 9-10, 2005
4. Proficiency in language: English (writing and speaking: good), Romanian (writing and speaking: good)
5. Familiar with computer: MS word, Excell, Power Point, internet, spatial analysis by using ILWIS and ArcView-ArcInfo, internet etc.
  
Ambon, July 1st, 2009

Dr. Ir. Gun Mardiatmoko, MP

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Source :
The Procedure Of Implementation Afforestation And Reforestation Project Under The Clean Development Mechanism (CDM) In Indonesia.

by : Dr. Gun Mardiatmoko (gum_mardi@yahoo.com).
FORESTRY DEPARTMENT, FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE, PATTIMURA UNIVERSITY. 2009