22 August 2014
The Department of Communication Science and Community Development of Faculty of Human Ecology (SKPM-FEMA), of Bogor Agricultural University, organized Departmental level Workshop on Graduate Studies Program, on Tuesday, 19 August 2014. The workshop was officially opened by the Chairman of the Department of SKPM-FEMA, Dr. Siti Amanah. The Workshop was held at the Papyrus Hotel, Bogor, and was attended by about 60 participants, comprised of faculty members, alumni and alumni users.
20 August 2014
Turtle or sea turtle is a protected marine biota. There are six species of turtle living in Indonesian waters. The Natural Tourism Park (TWA) of Black Water is one of the ideal habitats for turtle nesting because the site of 17 km long is located on the west coast of Sumatra Island and directly in contact with the Indian Ocean. In this area there are four species of sea turtles: Green Turtle, Hawksbill, Lekang turtles Belimbing turtles. According to IUCN (2013), the status of the turtles are respectively endangered (threatened to extinction), critically endangered, endangered (threatened to extinction) and vulnerable to extinction). Currently, the threats to sea turtles are the trading of turtle eggs and the coastal change into plantations.