Modeling of nutrient retention ecosystem services in oil palm plantations in Sei Jentikar sub-watershed using ISPO policy approach

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​Modeling of nutrient retention ecosystem services in oil palm plantations in Sei Jentikar sub-watershed using ISPO policy approach​
Romadona, K.; Tarigan, S. D. ; Widiatmaka, W. & Setiawan, Y.​ (2021)
​2nd International Symposium on Transdisciplinarity Approach for Knowledge Co-Creation in Sustainability - Understanding Complexity and Transdisciplinarity for Environmental Sustainability​, Bogor, Indonesia. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1088/1755-1315/771/1/012025 

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Romadona, K.; Tarigan, Suria Darma ; Widiatmaka, W.; Setiawan, Y
Abstract
Indonesia already has regulations on oil palm plantations that try to maintain good ecosystem services. The regulations are contained in ISPO. However, this regulation has not been fully implemented in oil palm plantations in Sei Jentikar sub-watershed. In this paper, we identify land cover and model N and P nutrient retention in oil palm plantations in the current condition and when ISPO is applied in Sei Jentikar sub-watershed. The method used was land cover identification using supervised classification and rivers using DEMNAS assisted by Google Earth Pro and modeling using the InVEST device. The identification results show the existing condition of oil palm plantation land covering an area of 16 962.99 ha. Meanwhile, when ISPO is applied in the oil palm plantation, the area that cannot be planted is 956.43 ha. This area has a predicted yield of around 2 226.41 tonnes/ha/year. Nutrient retention modeling results in N and P nutrient exports in existing conditions which will increase when approaching the river. Meanwhile, when scenario 2 is implemented, the export of nutrients will decrease in the buffer river. This shows scenario 2 can maintain ecosystem services nutrient retention, but will result in a reduction of value from oil palm production.
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2021
Project
SFB 990: Ökologische und sozioökonomische Funktionen tropischer Tieflandregenwald-Transformationssysteme (Sumatra, Indonesien) 
SFB 990 | B | B10: Landschaftsbezogene Bewertung der ökologischen und sozioökonomischen Funktionen von Regenwald- Transformationssystemen in Sumatra (Indonesien) 
Conference
2nd International Symposium on Transdisciplinarity Approach for Knowledge Co-Creation in Sustainability - Understanding Complexity and Transdisciplinarity for Environmental Sustainability
Conference Place
Bogor, Indonesia
Event start
2020-11-03
Event end
2020-11-04
Language
English
Subject(s)
sfb990_abs

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