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Prof. Dr. Fahmuddin Agus

  NIP : 195901101986031001
Pendidikan : S3
Bidang Keahlian : Konservasi Tanah dan Air
Jabatan Fungsional : Peneliti Utama
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Fahmuddin Agus mendapatkan gelar sarjana pertanian di bidang ilmu tanah dari Universitas Andalas, Padang pada tahun 1983. Gelar MSc.  dan Ph. D pada bidang Soil Science didapatkan berturut-turut pada tahun 1990 dan 1994  dari North Carolina State University, Raleigh, North Carolina, USA. 

Selama bertugas di Balittanah, yang bersangkutan telah mengkoordinir sejumlah penelitian untuk berbagai bidang, antara lain bidang konservasi tanah skala daerah aliran sungai (kerjasama tahun 1994-1998 lintas Kementerian dan Lembaga di Indonesia); pengelolaan erosi tanah skala micro catchment di Asia Tenggara (1998-2002, kerjasama beberapa negara ASEAN dan International Water Management Institute);  multifunctionality of agriculture lintas negara anggota ASEAN dan Jepang (2000-2006); organic nutrient management for vegetable crops (kerjasama dengan NIAST Korea (2005-2007); agroforestry dan alternative to slash and burn bekerjasama dengan World Agroforestry Center (ICRAF) (tahun 1998-sekarang); nitrogen balance bekerjasama dengan University of Ghent Belgium. Beberapa tahun terakhir penelitian yang bersangkutan pada umumnya terkait dengan perubahan iklim, antara lain pengelolaan dan penurunan emisi gas rumah kaca dari lahan gambut (berbagai proyek tahun 2005-sekarang) antara lain bekerjasama dengan BAPPENAS, ICRAF, University of York, United Kingdom, dan James Hutton Institute, Scotland. Yang bersangkutan juga mengkoordinir kerjasama dengan University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA di bidang Global Yield Atlas untuk padi dan jagung (2017-2018) dan untuk kelapa sawit (2019-2023).

Antara tahun 2002-2005 Dr. Fahmuddin Agus ditugaskan untuk menjadi Kepala Balai Penelitian Tanah. Tahun 2015-2022 yang bersangkutan menjadi wakil Indonesia pada Task Force Bureau of Green House Gas Inventory, Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC). Selain itu yang bersangkutan juga mengkoordinir kegiatan adaptasi dan mitigasi perubahan iklim Sektor Pertanian di Indonesia. 

Publikasi

No Judul Judul Buku dan Penelitian Tahun Link
1. Yield gaps in intensive rice-maize cropping sequences in the humid tropics of Indonesia Field Crops Research 237:12-22   2019 Link
2. Peat Soil Carbon Monitoring and Management in Indonesia Managing SOC in soils with high SOC (peatlands, permafrost, and black soils). FAO, Rome 2017  
3.  Using peat shrub for agriculture likely reduces CO2 emission Proceeding 15th International Peat Congress 2016 Link
 4. Improving  agricultural resilience to climate change through soil management Journal Litbang Pertanian (Indonesian Journal of Agricultural Research and Development). 34(4): 147-158.  2015  
 5.  Dinamika penggunaan lahan gambut (The dynamics of the use of Indonesian peatland) Lahan Gambut Indonesia:  Pembentukan, Karakteristik, dan Potensi Mendukung Ketahanan Pangan (Indonesian Peatland: Formation, characteristics, and potential for supporting food security). IAARD Press. Jakarta.  2014  
 6. Review of emission factors for assessment of CO2 emission from land use change to oil palm in Southeast Asia Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia  2013  
 7. Historical CO2 emissions from land use and land cover change from the oil palm industry in Indonesia, Malaysia and Papua New Guinea Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil (RSPO), Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia  2013  
 8. Emission Reduction Options for Peat soil in Kubu Raya and Pontianak Districts, West Kalimantan, Indonesia Journal of Oil Palm Research, 24, 1378-1387.  2012  
 9. Measuring carbon stock in peat soil: Practical Guidelines  World Agroforestry Centre-ICRAF SEA Regional Office dan Indonesian Centre for Agricultural Land Resources Research and Development,  Bogor, Indonesia. 60 p.  (English version).  2011  
 10. Carbon budget in land use transitions to plantation Indonesian Journal of Agricultural Research and Development 29(4): 119−126  2009  
 11. Lahan Gambut: Potensi untuk Pertanian dan Aspek Lingkungan (Peatland: The potential for Agriculture and environmental aspects). Booklet. Balai Penelitian Tanah  (Indonesian Soil Research Institute) and  World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF) SE Asia, Bogor, Indonesia.   2008  
 12. The Dynamics of Tsunami Affected Soil Properties in Aceh, Indonesia. Journal of Integrated Field Research, 9:11-20  2012  
 13. Simulating rice and maize yield potential in the humid tropical environment of Indonesia European Journal of Agronomy 101:10–19  2018  
 14. Chapter 1: Framing and Context, pages 1.1.-1.98 in  Aldrian, E., McCarl, B., Sanchez, M.J.S. (Eds.) IPCC Special Report on Climate Change and Land. IPCC, Geneva, Switzerland  2019  
 15. Impact of soil collar insertion depth on microbial respiration measurements from tropical peat under an oil palm plantation Mires And Peat 24: 1-12.  2019  
 16. Pilot application of Palm GHG, the Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil greenhouse gas calculator for oil palm products Journal of Cleaner Production 73:136-145  2014  
 17. A comparison of satellite remote sensing data fusion methods to map peat swamp forest loss in Sumatra, Indonesia Rempte Sensing in Ecology and Conservation. DOI 10.112/rse2.102. p.1-12.  2018  
 18. Root- and peat-based CO2 emissions from oil palm plantations.  Jurnal Mitigation and  Adaptation  Strategies for Global  Change (2014) 19:831–843, DOI 10.1007/s11027-013-9515-6  2014  Link
 19.  Global Change Biology 26 (4), 2477-2495    2020  
 20. Drained inland organic soils. Chapter 2 in “2013 Supplement to The 2006 Guidelines: Wetlands”. IPCC, Switzerland.  2014  
 21. Oil palm and land use change in Indonesia, Malaysia and Papua New Guinea Roundtable on Sustainable Palm Oil, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.   2013  
 22. Measuring carbon stock across land use systems: A Manual World Agroforestry Centre, ICRAF SE Asia, Bogor. 154 p  2011  
 23. Peat respiration at various water contents and laterite application under controlled laboratory Mitigation and  Adaptation  Strategies for Global  Change  (2014) 19:821–829, DOI 10.1007/s11027-013-9526-3   2014  
 24. CO2 emissions from tropical drained peat in Sumatra, Indonesia.   Mitigation and  Adaptation  Strategies for Global  Change  (2014) 19:845–862,  DOI 10.1007/s11027-014-9550-y    2014  
 25. MAGGnet: An international network to foster mitigation of agricultural greenhouse gases Carbon Management, DOI: 10.1080/17583004.2016.1180586  2016  
 26. Improving the accuracy of land cover classification in cloud persistent areas using optical and radar satellite image time series. 

Methods in Ecology and Evolution 11 (4), 532-541.

 
 2020  
 27. Is CO2 flux from oil palm plantations on peatland controlled by soil moisture and/or soil and air temperatures? Mitigation and  Adaptation  Strategies for Global  Change  (2014) 19:809–819, DOI 10.1007/s11027-013-9518-3   2014  
 28. Influence of root density, fertilizer application, and water table depth on CO2 emissions from peat soil under oil palm plantation. Indonesian Journal of Agriculture, 6(1):22-29.     
 29. Pengaruh Pupuk Kandang dan Pupuk Buatan terhadap Fluks CO2 pada Lahan Gambut yang Didrainase  Jurnal Tanah dan Iklim Vol. 38 No. 2: 71-77.   2014  
 30. Cadangan karbon dan laju subsiden pada beberapa jenis penggunaan lahan dan lokasi lahan gambut tropika Indonesia (Carbon stock and the rate of peat subsidence under different land uses) Prosiding Seminar Nasional Pengelolaan Berkelanjutan Lahan   Gambut Terdegradasi, tanggal 18-19 Agustus 2014 di Jakarta. Balai Besar Penelitian dan Pengembangan Sumberdaya Lahan Pertanian, Bogor.   2014  
 31. Pembentukan dan Karakteristik Gambut Tropika Indonesia (The formation and characteristics of Indonesian Peat).   Lahan Gambut Indonesia:  Pembentukan, Karakteristik, Dan Potensi Mendukung Ketahanan Pangan. IAARD Press, Jakarta,  Indonesia  2014  
 32. Potensi dan Model Agroforestri untuk Rehabilitasi Lahan Terdegradasi di Kabupaten Berau, Paser, dan Kutai Timur, Provinsi Kalimantan Timur (Agroforestry Potential and Models for Rehabilitation of Degraded Land in Berau, Paser, and Kutai Timur Districts, East Kalimantan Province).  Jurnal Tanah dan Iklim Vol. 42(1):13-26  2018  
 33. Ameliorant application on variation of carbon stock and ash content on peatland South Kalimantan.  Jurnal TANAH TROPIKA (Journal of Tropical Soils), 18(1):11-16.  2013  
 34. Karakteristasi Bakteri Asal Lahan Gambut Jambi dan Potensinya Sebagai Pupuk Hayati  Jurnal Tanah dan Iklim, 44(1):1-10.    2020 Link
 35. Keanekaragaman Mikroba Tanah Gambut di Bawah Hutan dan di Bawah Perkebunan Sawit di Provinsi Jambi (Microbial Diversity in Peat under Forest and under Oil Palm Plantation in Jambi Province) Jurnal Tanah dan Iklim, 42(1):69-78.     2018  
 36. Estimating the relative contributions of root respiration and peat decomposition to the total CO2 flux from peat soil at an oil palm plantation in Sumatra, Indonesia.  Trop. Agr. Develop. 58(3):87 - 93  2014  
 37. Variasi Karakteristik Biofisik Lahan Gambut dengan Beberapa Penggunaan Lahan, di Semenanjung Kampar, Provinsi Riau.  Jurnal Tanah dan Iklim 43 (2), 93-104. 2019   
 38. Reducing emissions from land use in Indonesia: motivation, policy instruments and expected funding streams. Mitigation and  Adaptation  Strategies for Global  Change  (2014) 19:677–692, DOI 10.1007/s11027-013-9502-y  2014  
 39. Mud, muddle and models in the knowledge value-chain to action on tropical peatland conservation.  Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change, 19(6): 887-905.    
40.  Land use change and recommendation for sustainable development of peatland for agriculture: Case study at Kubu Raya and Pontianak Districts, West Kalimantan. Indonesian J. of Agricultural Science, 11(1): 32-40. 2010  
41. Wading through the swamp: what does tropical peatland restoration mean to national level stakeholders in Indonesia? Restoration Ecology (In Press). 2020  
42. Characteristics of Tropical Drained Peatlands and CO2 Emission under Several Land Use Types. Jurnal Tanah Tropika (Journal of Tropical Soils) 20 (1):47-57. 2016  
 43. Peran Konservasi Tanah Dalam Beradaptasi Terhadap Perubahan Iklim Konservasi Tanah menghadapi perubahan iklim. IAARD Press  2014  Download
 44. Characteristics of Tropical Drained Peatlands and CO2 Emission under Several Land Use Types  J. Trop. Soils  20(1): 47-57  2015  Download
 45.  Degradation and Sustainable Management of Peat Soils in Indonesia  MARCO Symposium,  Tsukuba International Congress Center  2015  Download
 46. Improving Agricultural Resilience to Climate Change through Soil Management (Peningkatan Ketahanan Pertanian terhadap Perubahan Iklim melalui Pengelolaan Tanah)  Jurnal Litbang Pertanian 34(4): 147-158  2015  Download
 47. Analisis Konversi Lahan Sawah: Penggunaan Data Spasial Resolusi Tinggi Memperlihatkan Laju Konversi yang Mengkhawatirkan Jurnal Tanah dan Iklim 40(2): 121-133  2016  Download
         

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