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02 September 2015
image of news  Demand for logs for the timber industry of Indonesia in 2013 reached approximately 40 million cubic meters which were filled with about 60 percents of plantation forests. Timber from the plantation forests were generally more vulnerable to be attacked by subterranean termites. According to the termite expert of Bogor Agricultural University (IPB), Prof.Dr. Dodi Nandika (http://bit.ly/1InzK5c), the economic losses due to the termite attacks on the building houses and non houses in Indonesia in 2015 could reach 10 trillion rupiah. Therefore, it needed to be an effort to increase the resilience of wood against the bio-deterioration attack, especially termites.
02 September 2015
image of news  Research Team of Bogor Agricultural University (IPB) of the Laboratory of Marine Biodiversity and Biosystematics, Department of Marine Science and Technology (Lab BIODIV - ITK), Faculty of Fisheries and Marine Sciences (FPIK), conducted a study of genetic diversity of shark whales in Talisayan, Berau Regency of East Kalimantan. This study is a collaboration with the Work Unit of Balikpapan of the Pontianak Coastal and Marine Resources Management Agency, Ministry of Maritime Affairs and Fisheries in the third week of August 2015.
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