Find published studies carried out in our supplier concessions here.
1. Forest Regeneration of Secondary Stands in the PT. BUMWI Mangrove Concession, West Papua, Indonesia
Publication Date: January 2017
Authors: Mériadec Sillanpää, Juliana Vantellingen, Daniel A. Friess
Summary: Within the PT. BUMWI concession (West Papua, Indonesia), over 21 survey transects totalling 126 plots were established in different aged secondary forests to estimate the forest regeneration It was estimated that for secondary forests to achieve forest structure and harvest volumes similar to that of primary forests, the harvest rotation period has to be extended from 25 to 30 years. By doing so, the forest management will be able to maintain the ecological integrity of the mangrove and the high harvest volume potential.
Sillanpää, M., Vantellingen, J., & Friess, D. A. (2017). Vegetation regeneration in a sustainably harvested mangrove forest in West Papua, Indonesia. Forest ecology and management, 390, 137-146. DOI: 10.1016/j.foreco.2017.01.022
2. Evaluating Customary Rights and Compensation Programs for Harvested Mangrove of Bintuni Bay, West Papua, Indonesia
Publication Date: December 2015
Authors: Wahyudi , Max Jondudago Tokede, Zulfikar Mardiyadi, Ana Tampang, Mahmud
Summary: This study evaluates customary right compensation (CRC), and Forest Villages Development programs (FVDP) by PT. BUMWI for the the local communities within the mangrove concession. Based on fieldwork, interviews, company reports and documents (1988-2013), the authors suggest new methods to carry out a succesful CRC and FVDP programs in the area.
Wahyudi, W., Tokede, M. J., Mardiyadi, Z., Tampang, A., & Mahmud, M. (2014). Customary right compensation and forest villages development programs of mangrove company at Bintuni Bay Papua Barat. Jurnal Manajemen Hutan Tropika, 20(3), 187-194.DOI:10.7226/jtfm.20.3.187