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Sustainable Future for Human Security: Environment and Resources

Sustainable Future for Human Security: Environment and Resources

Publisher Springer Verlag, Singapore
Year 11/02/2019
Pages 250
Version paperback
Readership level Professional and scholarly
ISBN 9789811353956
Categories Society & social sciences, Management of land & natural resources, Conservation of the environment, Sustainability, Forestry & silviculture: practice & techniques
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This book focuses on the environmental components of sustainability, including aspects of resourcing and the environmental impacts of human societies. Marine and tropical forest ecosystems, food security and other natural resources, as well as technologies for the environmental control of societal impacts are examined. This volume is multi-disciplinary, but with a consistent focus on the natural environment. This 2-volume set discusses a wide range of topics concerning sustainability and human security in Asia, particularly South East Asia. The individual chapters have been contributed by authors from various fields, and due to the breadth of the material are separated into two thematic volumes. The set offers a valuable resource for professionals and researchers in the urban planning industry, postgraduates, policymakers, government officials and natural resources managers. In addition, it can be used in courses on Environmental Engineering, Agriculture and Forestry, Public Policy and Earth Science.

Sustainable Future for Human Security: Environment and Resources

Table of contents



1. Revegetation prospects on ex-illegal gold mining sites using secondary forest seedling materials

Wiwik Ekyastuti, Emi Roslinda

Tanjungpura University

Keywords: revegetation, illegal gold mining

2. Hydrological Processes in Different Types of Teak (Tectona grandis L.) Plantation

Hatma Suryatmojo, M. Ali Imron

Universitas Gadjah Mada

Keywords: Teak plantation; canopy interception, direct runoff, forest interception

3. Sustainability assessment of highland tropical rainforest ecosystems: the case of Selupu Rejang Agropolitan area, Indonesia

Sri Fatkhiati, Djoko Hartoyo

The Coordinating Ministry of Maritime Affairs, Republic Indonesia

Keywords: agropolitan; sustainability assessment; tropical rainforest ecosystem


4. The Diversity of Soil Fungus in and around Termite Mounds of Globitermes sulphurous (Haviland) (Blattodea: Termitidae) and

Response of Subterranean Termite to Fungi

Ikhsan Guswenrivo, Hideyuki Nagao, Chow Yang Lee

Indonesian Institute of Sciences, University Sains Malaysia (USM), Kyoto University

Keywords: Termite fungus relationship; Globitermes sulphureus; Trichoderma sp.; Aspergilus sp.; Penicillium sp.

5. Screening of strains and media of Termitomyces eurrhizus collected from Japan toward nutritional analyses

Ono Kazuko, Tsuyoshi Yoshimura, Kazuhiko Kinjo

Kyoto University, University of the Ryukyus

Keywords: growth rate, media specificity, screening, Termitomyces

6. A 3D volume visualization of hidden gallery system of a drywood termite using computed tomography: The new approach on monitoring of termite infestation

S. Khoirul Himmi, Tsuyoshi Yoshimura, Yoshiyuk

i Yanase, Toshiyuki Torigoe, Masanori Akada, Motoko Ikeda, Setsuo Imazu

Kyoto University, Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI), Nara National Museum, Kyoto National Museum, Kyushu National Museum

Keywords: Volume visualization, X-ray computed tomography, drywood termite, gallery system


7. The potency of Fenton-Poly Aluminium Chloride for black liquor treatment

Ajeng Arum Sari, Anis Kristiani, Hendris Hendarsyah Kurniawan, R. Irni Fitria Anggraini

Indonesian Institute of Sciences

Keywords: Black liquor; coagulation; Fenton; PAC; Coriolus versicolor

8. Pretreatment of Sweet Sorghum Bagasse using EFB-based Black Liquor for Ethanol Production

Muryanto, Ajeng Arum Sari &


Research Center for Chemistry, LIPI

Keyword : bagasse; bioethanol; black liquor; pretreatment; reuse

9. Increasing Farmers' Affordability for Anaerobic Digester Construction in a Rural Area Using Spatial Cluster Analysis

Christia Meidiana, Siska Ita Selvia, Dian Dinanti

Brawijaya University

Keywords: agriculture; biogas; cluster analysis;


10. Marine ecosystem sustainability post mine closure activities (macrobenthos dynamics study due to the influence of tailing disposal in Buyat Bay, Minahasa-Indonesia)

Djoko Hartoyo, A. Harsono Soeparjo, Abimanyu T. Alamsyah, Arie Herlambang

University of Indonesia, Coordinating Ministry for Maritime Affairs, assessment and Application of Technology

Keywords: macrobenthos;

tailing; sub marine disposal; Buyat Bay.

11. Reinventing Fiscal Policy on a Quintuple Helix Perspective toward Indonesia-World Maritime Interaction: A Case in Batam Free Trade Zone and Lamongan, Indonesia

Haula Rosdiana, Inayati and Maria R.U.D. Tambunan

Universitas Indonesia

Keywords: Fiscal Policy, Quintuple helix, Fiscal Incentives, Maritime Industry

12. Seaweed Utilization for Phytoremediation of Vanamei Shrimp Farming Waste In Recirculation Systems (Environmental Friendly Design of Sustainable Shrimp Culture)

Sinung Rahardjo, A. Harsono Soepardjo, D. Djokosetiyanto, Abimanyu Takdir A

University of Indonesia, Agriculture Institute of Bogor

Keywords: Sustainable aquaculture; phytoremediation; Gracilaria, L. Vanamei


13. Effect of Salt Stress on Growth Performance and Antioxidant Status of Local Black Rice (Oryza sativa L)

Yuda Cahyoargo Hariadi, Arry Y Nurhayati, Rida R Akbar

The University of Jember

Keywords: salinity; antioxidant; sustainability

14. Larvicidal Activity of Cerbera odollam Gaertn against a Dengue Vector, Aedes aegypti (Diptera: Culicidae)

Didi Tarmadi, Dwi Jayanti Gunandini, Sulaeman Yusuf

Indonesian Institute of Sciences (LIPI), Bogor Agricultural University

Keywords: larval mortality, lethal concentration, plant extract, mosquito control, Aedes aegypti, Cerbera odollam

15. DNA-based occupancy modelling: human activity has not significantly influenced Common Palm Civet's occupancy

Sena Adi Subrata, T.R.A. Budiman, Fauzi Hamdan

Universitas Gadjah Mada

Keywords :Toddy-cat; wildlife; non-invasive; molecular; Luw


16. Sustainable Development of Traditional Processed Fishery Products: A Feasibility and Risk Analysis of Small-Scale Businesses in West Kalimantan

Eva Dolorosa, Nurliza

Universitas Tanjungpura, Pontianak

Keywords: traditional processed fishery products; processed products; profitability, business efficiency, business risk

17. Obstacles to Achieving Food Security: The Failure of Rice Sector Policy and its Impact on Peasant Deprivation in the Era of Political Reform in Indonesia

Sunardi Purwaatmoko

The University of Jember, Department of International Relations

Keywords: market intervention, price stability, price disparity, import

18. Identification of Phenotype and the origin of Rambon Cattle of Indonesia

Yudi Adinat

a, Aryogi, D. Pamungkas, T.Hartatik

Beef Cattle Research Station, Universitas Gadjah Mada

Keywords: Penothype; Morphostructural Traits; Cytochrome b gene; Indonesian Rambon Cattle

19. Machine Vision Based Analysis for Black Tea Quality Evaluation

Avicienna Ulhaq Muqodas, Slamet Widodo, Kudang B. Seminar, Mohamad Solahudin

Bogor Agricultural University

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