Journal Description

Media Konservasi is a scientific journal in the field of Natural Resources and Environmental Conservation and the first in Indonesia to discuss issues about conservation. Media Konservasi is published three times a year in April, August, and December. Media Konservasi is committed to publishing good quality scientific papers based on original research, library research, article, and book reviews. This journal focuses on publications in the field of forest resource conservation and the tropical environment derived from research, literature studies, and book reviews. This journal accepts manuscripts covering all aspects of ecology, landscape ecology, in-situ conservation of wildlife, sustainable use of plants and wildlife, ethnobotany, bioprospecting, ecotourism, management of conservation & protection areas, urban forests, services, and environmental education.  Media Konservasi is indexed in Sinta (Sinta score = S2).


Media Konservasi is hosted and managed by Department of Forest Resources Conservation and Ecotourism, Faculty of Forestry, IPB University and Perhimpunan Biologi Indonesia (PBI). View the agreement here.


Media Konservasi is accredited (Sinta score = S2)

Jan 26, 2021

Media Konservasi is accredited (Sinta score = S2) from the Directorate General of Higher Education (DIKTI) through the Decree of Directorate General of Higher Education No. 200/M/KPT/2020.

Media Konservasi will only accept manuscripts in English

Nov 4, 2020

To improve the quality and impact of Media Konservasi, starting from the publication of the March 2021 edition, editors will only accept manuscripts in English. Manuscripts published in March 2021 will be available in English. Manuscripts that have been submitted to the editorial staff before the March 2021 period and have not yet been published will be assisted in the translation process.

Vol. 26 No. 2 (2021): Media Konservasi Vol. 26 No. 2 Tahun 2021

Published: Oct 18, 2021

BIRD DISTRIBUTION IN ITERA CAMPUS AREA BASED ON VALUE CHANGES IN NORMALIZED DIFFERENCE VEGETATION INDEX (NDVI)

83-91 Rizki Kurnia Tohir, Mohammad Ashari Dwiputra, Fajar Islam Sitanggang
Read Statistic: 18

ASSOCIATION BETWEEN DOMINANT TREES SPECIES IN LOWLAND TROPICAL FOREST (EDUCATION FOREST OF JAMBI UNIVERSITY)

92-98 Nursanti Nursanti, Rizky Ayu Hardiyanti, Ade Adriadi
Read Statistic: 3

STAKEHOLDERS IN THE ADVENTURE TOURISM DEVELOPMENT AT CURUG BIBIJILAN SUKABUMI REGENCY

99-110 Dr Eva Rachmawati, Muhamad Redito Gea Anjana
Read Statistic: 4

BIRD AND ARTHROPOD COMMUNITIES IN FRAGMENTED HABITAT OF TERNATE

111-117 Fadila Tamnge, Aqhsan Shadikin Nurdin
Read Statistic: 44

EFFECTS OF HUMAN FACTORS IN THE EXISTENCE OF BALI STARLING (Leucopsar rothschildi) THROUGH GEOGRAPHIC INFOMATION SYSTEM APPROACH IN WEST BALI NATIONAL PARK AND NUSA PENIDA BALI

118-127 Fadlan Pramatana, Jarwadi Budi Hernowo, Lilik Budi Prasetyo
Read Statistic: 7

THE AMPHIBIANS AND REPTILES OF RAWA AOPA WATUMOHAI NATIONAL PARK, SOUTHEAST SULAWESI

128-138 Mohammad Ali Ridha Hasan, Mirza Dikari Kusrini, Ani Mardiastuti, Nancy Karraker
Read Statistic: 13

THE ECONOMIC VALUE OF GREEN OPEN SPACE AREA IN MEDAN BASED ON TYPE OF LAND USE

139-146 Mona Fhitri Srena, Rachmad Hermawan, Bahruni
Read Statistic: 2

PLANT COLLECTION IN BOGOR BOTANICAL GARDEN AS A SOURCE OF FUNCTIONAL FOOD

147-155 Syamsul Hidayat
Read Statistic: 6

The EFFECTS OF CAJUPUT AND CITRONELLA GRASS AS HOST PLANTS ON SANDALWOOD GROWTH

Sandalwood plant growth

156-163 Joni Tefnai, Irdika Mansur, Nurheni Wijayanto
Read Statistic: 5

EXPLORATION AND UTILIZATION OF LOCAL BIODIVERSITY WITH THE POTENTIAL FOR EMPOWERMENT OF CONSERVATION VILLAGE MODELS FATUSENE VILLAGE, NORTH CENTRAL TIMOR SUBDISTRICT

164-171 Remigius Binsasi, Polikarpia Wilhelmina Bani
Read Statistic: 2
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