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KK EKOLOGI
Education background & Track Record
1
Member of Ecology Division
 Prof. Dr. Djoko T. Iskandar (Evolution, France, 1984)
 Prof. Dr. Tati S. Syamsudin (Exp. Ecology, France, 1990)
 Dr. Agus Dana Permana (Agronomy (Entomology), France,
1991)
 Devi Nandita Choesin Ph.D. (Wetland Ecol., USA, 1997)
 Rina RP Irwanto Ph.D. (Botany, Australia, 2006)
 Dr. Dian Rosleine (Plant Ecology, Japan, 2009)
 Dr. Nurudin (Crop Science, Indonesia, 2014)
 Dr. Ichsan Suwandhi (Sylviculture, Indonesia, 2014)
 Dr. Elham Sumarga (Forest Ecology, Netherland, 2015)
 Arni Rahmawati Fahmi Sholihah Msi
 Ardhiani Kurnia Hidayanti MSi
2
Competence
NAME
TOPICS OF INTEREST
ORGANISM
DT Iskandar
Biodiversity, evolution, biogeography, ecological
valuation, species indicators; conservation
small
vertebrates
TS
Syamsudin
Environmental Impact Assessment, Theoretical
Ecology, Biological Management
Insecta
AD Permana
Integrated Pest Management
Insecta
DN Choesin
Ecology & management of wetlands & ecotones
Plants
RRP Irwanto
Biodiversity and conservation, Biodiversity
Plants
D Rosleine
Ecology and management of grassland and
abandoned area; succession; forest rehabilitation
Plants
Nurudin
Forest soil, Tropical Forest Ecology; Tree species
Population Ecology; Dendrology
Forest
I Suwandhi
Tropical Forest Ecology; Plant Population,
Dendrology
Forest
E Sumarga
Forest ecology, biodiversity conservation,
ecosystem services, species distribution
modelling, remote sensing & GIS
Forest
3
Courses given by:
NAME
COURSES
DT Iskandar
Evolusi; Biogeografi; Analisis Morfogenetik; Konsep Evolusi;
Biodiversitas Tropika; Filsafat Ilmu; Metode Penelitian S3
TS
Syamsudin
AMDAL; Ekologi Tanah; Pengantar Sains & Teknologi Hayati;
Ekologi; Proyek Ekologi; Manajemen Biologis
AD Permana
Konsep Biologi; Ekotoksikologi; Pengendalian Hama Terpadu;
Pengetahuan Lingkungan; Ekologi Serangga
DN Choesin
Agroekologi; Pengetahuan Lingkungan; Ekologi Populasi;
Ekologi Terestrial; Ekologi; Ekologi Laut
RRP Irwanto
Biosistematik; Etnobotani; Taksonomi Tumbuhan; Penelitian
Biosistem Hutan; Kerja Praktek; Bioprospek Tumbuhan Tropika
D Rosleine
Pengetahuan Lingkungan; Biosistematik; Proyek Ekologi;
Pengantar Rekayasa & Desain; Seminar & Sidang
Nurudin
Seminar & Sidang
I Suwandhi
Kerja Praktek; Taksonomi Tumbuhan
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Courses load:
Name
DT Iskandar
TS Syamsudin
AD Permana
DN Choesin
RRP Irwanto
D Rosleine
I Suwandhi
Nurudin
II 2014/2015 I 2015/2016 Total
ƩMK ƩSKS ƩMK ƩSKS ƩMK SKS
3
7
4
9
7
16
3
7
3
10
6
17
3
8
3
2
6
10
4
7,5
3
8
7
15,5
3
5
4
6
7
11
3
3.5
3
6
6
9,5
0
0
2
1,5
2
1,5
0
0
1
1
1
1
5
Challenge and issue in ecology in relation with
competence and track record of the Ecology Division
RANK (1-5)
Evaluate ecosystem responses to
global anthropogenic changes
Comprehend the adaptive potential
of ecosystems
Understand complex retroactions
between ecosystem compartments
Quantify and predict ecological
services
Biogeochemical imbalance
Carbon dynamics
Water loss and degradation
4
4
2
1
3
4
4
2
3
1
2
2
Response of species, communities, ecosystems and biomes
Spatial and temporal dynamics of natural systems (natural resources)
Mechanisms of adaptation: dispersal, plasticity and genetic change
The pace of adaptation
Feedbacks between ecological and evolutionary dynamics
Biosphere-atmosphere-geosphere-hydrosphere feedbacks
Coupling between community dynamics and bio-geochemical cycles
Determinants of water, soil and air quality
Sustainable management of agro-ecosystems, forests and harvested populations
Nitrogen and phosphorus eutrophication in freshwater and coastal zones
Soil fertilization and durability of agro-ecosystems
Photosynthesis and respiration in terrestrial and marine environments
Sources and sinks of carbon, including carbon sequestration
Climate warming and greenhouse gas dynamic
Water availability and climate change
6
Critical zones: terrestrial and coastal habitats
Carbon dynamics
Water loss and degradation
Land use and habitat loss
Emerging diseases
Invasive species
Biodiversity changes and dynamics
Coupled human and natural
systems dynamics
3
1
2
2
3
3
2
2
4
4
4
3
4
3
Soil fertilization and durability of agro-ecosystems
Photosynthesis and respiration in terrestrial and marine environments
Sources and sinks of carbon, including carbon sequestration
Climate warming and greenhouse gas dynamic
Water availability and climate change
Critical zones: terrestrial and coastal habitats
Landscape fragmentation over regional and global scales
Distribution and dynamics of major biomes
Land use change and exposure to disease vectors
Molecular basis of host-parasite interactions
Disease dispersal over regional or global scales
Spread of invasive plant and animal species
Understanding of the invasiveness of species and susceptibility of habitats
Pro-active discovery protocols and mitigation programs
Reduction in number and genetic diversity of species
Structure and dynamics of biodiversity
Relationship between biodiversity and ecosystem properties
Feedbacks between ecosystems and societies
Ecology of human societies: sustainable management, ecological engineering
Human impacts on ecosystems : local and global policy, antropo-ecosystems
7
ROADMAP KK EKOLOGI SITH 2013-2023
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RESEARCH AGENDA
Adaptive potential of ecosystems
Water loss and degradation
Invasive species
Complex retroactions between ecosystem
compartments
 Biogeochemical imbalance
ECOLOGICAL HEALTH
& ECOSYSTEM
SUSTAINABILITY
Long term &
large scale
research
 Coupled human and natural systems dynamics
 Land use and habitat loss
Research
collaborations
 Ecological services: quantification and prediction
 Evaluation of ecosystem responses to global anthropogenic changes
 Biodiversity changes and dynamics
Past
Present
2013
2018
2023
8
MAIN THEMES:
Ecological engineering & bioresource
management for mitigation & adaptation
of climate change in Indonesia
 Changing species distribution and its implication for
management of productive ecosystems and
conservation of protected areas.
 Biodiversity management to maintain ecosystem
function as insurance against risk and uncertainty
due to climate change.
 Conservation and rehabilitation of ecosystems.
 Development of bioresource-based products with
economic value and potential for climate change
mitigation.
9
CHALLENGE AND NEED IN ECOLOGY
Understand and respond to ecological/environmental problems in
Indonesia and various global issues  contributing to solve problems
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THE SCIENCE OF ECOLOGY
(Odum & Barrett, 2005)
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http://www.metrovancouver.org/planning/development/ecologicalhealth/Pages/default.aspx
(Odum & Barrett, 2005)
Ecological health reflects the essential link between human health and wellbeing and the health of the natural environment. Healthy, properly functioning natural
systems are the foundation to the region’s economic prosperity, our collective quality
of life and personal well-being. We rely on nature to provide a wide range of
services, including the air we breathe, the water we drink and the food we eat.
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J-F Le Gaillard, 2012: Meeting the grand challenges of Ecology
Facts & global predictions: the environmental crisis
TEMA
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J-F Le Gaillard, 2012: Meeting the grand challenges of Ecology
Challenges for ecological research
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J-F Le Gaillard, 2012: Meeting the grand challenges of Ecology
Facts & global predictions: the environmental crisis
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