Information Required for Estimating The Indicator of Forest Reclamation Success in Ex Coal-Mining Area

Hasriani Muis, I Nengah Surati Jaya, Muhammad Buce Saleh, Kukuh Murtilakono


This paper describes how the information of the key indicators for assessing the degree of forest reclamation success in ex coal-mining area was identified. Those indicators were analyzed using the descriptive statistic as well as the discriminant analysis on the basis of biophysical data representing age class of vegetation after reclamation. The main objective of the study was to find out the predominant key indicator that determines the success of forest reclamation in ex coal-mining areas. This study found that the variance of basal area, green biomass and increment was relatively high between young plantation and old plantation. The study confirmed that the variation of the success of reclamation was strongly influenced by site quality. . The study concluded that the best indicators to be used for assessing the success of forest reclamation was the increment providing accuracy more than 79.6% either for indicator five or three classes.

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