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Research September 5, 2012

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1 Project for Restoration of Ecosystem in Conservation Area in  Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park, Phase III. July 2012-Maret 2013, Japan international Cooperation Agency
2 Constructing rural tourism roadmap of for Rajegwesi.  Meru Betiri National Park, East Java (2012)
3 Land uses, vegetation composition and bird diversity in degraded forest in Meru Betiri National Park; A preliminary survey towards forest recreation park planning in Rajegwesi, Meru Betiri National Park, East Java (2012)
4 Project for Restoration of Ecosystem in Conservation Area in  Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park, Phase II. Juni 2011-Maret 2012, Japan international Cooperation Agency
5 Survey on vegetation structure in indigenous landscapes in Osingese (Banyuwangi) and Tenggerese (Tengger Highland), 2011
6 Exotic plants species inventory in nature-based tourism destination: towards standard of ecolodge garden management (2011)
7 Genetic diversity of  Anaphalis javanica, Anaphalis viscida and Anaphalis longofilia in Tengger highland as basis consideration for re-introduction program in Restoration forest in Ranupani, Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park (2011-2012)
8 Planning and design for Rural based conservation model in Rajegwesi,  Meru Betiri National Park, Banyuwangi. 2011.
9 Evaluation of community development program surrounding. Meru Betiri National Park, Banyuwangi. 2011.
10 The ethnobotany of Tenggerese, Research funded by competitive grant  PHB 2011.
11 Project for Restoration of Ecosystem in Conservation Area in  Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park, Phase I. Oktober 2010-Maret 2011, Japan international Cooperation Agency (2010)

Supervision and Joint research with Ph.D student

No Research project
1 Tourism in Mt. Mahawu, North Sulawesi and its impact to vegetation structure (2012)
2 Tourism development in Manokwari coastal Area, West Papua: an ecological perpectives (2012)
3 GIS aplication in tourism developemnt in Ambon (2011)
4 The ethnobiology of Maybrat community in remotes areas in West Papua and its implication for Lakes Ayamaru conservation and tourism development.
5 The conservation of Kelake, an traditional home garden of Dayak Kapuas, in Central Kalimantan: The ethnobotanical perpectives, 2011.
6 The ethnobotany of Dayak Ngaju: The indigenous people knowledege on Plant indicator for gold mining in Kapuas River Area, Central Kalimantan (2010)
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Journal Publication September 5, 2012

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  1. Hakim, L., N. Nakagoshi, Y. Isagi. 2000. Conservation Ecology of Gigantochloa manggong: an Endemic Bamboo Species at  Java, Indonesia. Journal of International Development and Cooperation 9(1): 1-16.
  2. Hakim, L.,A. Setyo Leksono. D. Purwaningtyas, N. Nakagoshi,. 2005. Invasive Plant Species and the Competitiveness of Wildlife Tourist Destination: A case of  Sadengan Feeding Area at AlasPurwoNational Park. Journal of International Development and Cooperation. 12 (1) : 35-45
  3. Jae-eun Kim, S. Watanabe, L. Hakim and  N. Nakagoshi. 2006. Urban Green Spaces and soil microbial diversity in Jakarta, Indonesia. Hikobia 14: 459-468
  4. Hakim, L, A.Y. Wartono, J. Batoro and  N. Nakagoshi. 2006. Nepenthes gymnamphora Nees in East Java, Indonesia: Recent distribution status and new locality from Mt.Semeru. Hikobia 14: 493-497
  5. Hakim, L  S.K. Hong, J.E. Kim and N. Nakagoshi. 2007. Nature-based Tourism in Small Island Adjacent to Jakarta City, Indonesia: A case study from Kepulauan Seribu. Journal of  Korean Wetland  Society. 9(1):31-46.
  6. Hakim. L. and N.  Nakagoshi. 2007. Plant species composition in home gardens in the Tengger highland (East Java, Indonesia) and its importance for regional ecotourism planning. Hikobia 15 (1): 23-36
  7. Hakim, L  S.K. Hong, J.E. Kim and N. Nakagoshi. 2008. Tourism and cultural landscape at Tengger, East Java: the implications for ecotourism planning. Korean Journal of Environment and Ecology 22(3):  207- 220.
  8. Hakim, L, and  N. Nakagoshi. 2008. Planning for nature-based tourism in East Java: Recent status of biodiversity, conservation, and its implication for sustainable tourism ASEAN Jour. Tour. Hosp. 7(2): 155-167
  9. Hakim, L, J. E. Kim,S.K. Hong. 2009. Cultural Landscape and Ecotourism in Bali Island, Indonesia. Journal of Ecology and Field Biology. Journal of Ecology and Field  Biology 32 (1): 1-8.
  10. Hakim. L. and N.  Nakagoshi. 2010. Ecotourism in Asian tropical countries:  Planning a destination’s site-plan to meets education objectives. Journal of International Development and Cooperation. Special edition March: Vol 16 (1) : pp. 13-21
  11. Kikuchi , A., Hakim, L.  , Arien H., Romaidi. 2010. Significance of the Easy-to-use Water Quality Checker for Participative Environmental    Monitoring and Experience Based Learning. J. Trop. Life. Science. Vol 1 (1): 17-21.
  12. Hakim, L. 2011. Cultural Landscapes of the Tengger Highland, East Java. In: S.-K. Hong, et al. (eds.) Landscape Ecology in Asian Cultures. Ecological Research Monographs, Part I, pp: 69-82, Springer Verlag, Tokyo. DOI: 10.1007/978-4-431-87799-8_6
  13. Fauziah, H.,  Hakim, L.,  Azrianingsih, R. 2011.  Konservasi Apel Malus sylvestris di Pekarangan Rumah Desa Gubuk Klakah, Poncokusumo Malang. Jurnal Pembangunan dan Alam Lestari. Vol. 1 no. 1. 1-11.
  14. Jehan Ramdani Hariyati and L.Hakim. 2012. Vegetation Diversity Quality in Mountainous Forest of Ranu Regulo Lake Area, Bromo Tengger Semeru National Park, East Java. Journal Trop.Life.Science.Vol 2. No 1.
  15. Hakim, L.,  Soemarno,  Hong, S.K. 2012. Challenges for conserving biodiversity and developing sustainable island tourism in North Sulawesi Province, Indonesia. Journal of Ecology and Field Biology. 35 (2): 61-71