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Tumbuhan invasive dan pendekatan pengelolaannya
by : Soekisman Tjitrosoedirdjo , Sri Sudarmiyati Tjitrosoedirjo, Titiek Setyawati

Update: 22 Jul 2017
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Posted: 30 Jan 2017
BIOTROP Courier Vol. 18 No. 3 (Jul - Sept 2016)

Technologies to grow food are advancing very rapidly nowadays, following the decrease in land availability, to meet the increasing demand for food. Urban farming is one technology to increase food production, especially in limited area. With urban farming, food can be produced in each household to fulill the nutritional needs of the family. BIOTROP is focusing on efforts to improve and disseminate the urban farming technologies by signing a Memo

Posted: 08 Nov 2016
BIOTROP Courier Vol. 18 No. 2 (Apr - Jun 2016)

The increasing need for mastering Geographic Information System (GIS) technology is becoming apparent in these recent years, especially for spatial plans in Indonesia. Therefore, this quarter, BIOTROP proudly conducted a 26-day training on “Geography Information System to Elevate Government’s Capacity-Participatory Mapping and Planning PMAP 2)” as an implementation of MoA between BIOTROP and Land Equity International based in the USA, attended by thirty participants of government institutions from Jambi, Nus

Posted: 23 Aug 2016
BIOTROP Courier Vol. 18 No. 1 (Jan - Mar 2016)

Happy New Year to all our readers! I hope you all had a good start of 2016 like our Centre had!

For the first quarter, we were honored by the visits of New Zealand Ambassador to Indonesia and Indonesian Ambassadors to Panama, Costa Rica and Nicaragua; People’s Republic of Bulgaria, Albania and Macedonia; and Ecuador.  We consider these visits as a recognition of our research products and services.


Posted: 06 Apr 2016
BIOTROP Courier Vol. 17 No. 3 (Aug - Sep 2015)

For this third quarter of the year, BIOTROP have catered to the training needs of 15 correctional officers in Indonesia on urban farming, 13 technical field officers of the Forestry Department of Papua Province on agarwood inoculation, 15 R&D staff of PT Fajar Surya Swadya on tissue culture, 25 researchers and lecturers from Southeast Asia on prevention and control of mycotoxin contamination on food and

Posted: 29 Dec 2015
BIOTROP Courier Vol. 17 No. 2 (Apr - Jun 2015)

Mineral resources in Indonesia have been exploited to help empowering Indonesia’s economy. In the long run, it is expected that mineral exploitation will hold a key role in national sustainable economic development.

Among consequences of mineral exploitation is land degradation in the mining area, which brings up environmental issues to be solved. Mine reclamation is, therefore, very important to be continuously developed to recreate useful landscape into productive ecosystems. BIOTR