Bakri, Samsul and Wulandari, Christine and Jamal, Rusita and Zhafira, Ghina (2021) Land elevation and slope exposition impacts on rubber wood production volume under agroforestry system. Proceeding of Rubis International Confererence E3S Web of Conferences 305, 03003 (2021), 1 (1). pp. 1-10.

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As the senile phase due and causes depeleting latex productivity, the rubberwood stands can still be claimed as carbon sequestration under the REDD+ Scheme. This is also to maintain vegetation cover in protected forests, beside for fostering social forestry (HKm) sustainability as well. Nowadays the role of genetic and environment factors on latex production have widely revealed by some researchers, but lack on wood production especially for the effect of land elevation and slope exposition against solar beam radiation so need to research. Ordinary Least Square employed at 95% significant level, the respond variable was the volume wood production per tree, whereas the predictor were land elevation in an-100 m above sea level, land slope expositions that were decomposed into 4 categories with the reference of the compass direction in between 3370 .30’ to 225.50 follow needle clock’s direction while the three other directions were the westward, southwest ward, and northwest ward. Air humidity and temperature also incorporated to control model error. Data collected by surveying to 75 parcels at HKm area Mangga Joyo located in Way Kanan Regency. Parameter optimization used Minitab 16. The result suggest that wood volume average: (1) increase significantly by 0.02205m3 for every 100m higher elevation, but (2) decrease significantly by 0.21532 m3 which for westward land exposition compare to the eastward one.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: S Agriculture > SD Forestry
Divisions: Fakultas Pertanian (FP) > Prodi Magister Ilmu Lingkungan
Depositing User: Doctor Samsul Bakri
Date Deposited: 06 Nov 2021 02:25
Last Modified: 06 Nov 2021 02:25

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