Harris Herman Siringoringo


Penelitian ini dilakukan untuk mempelajari simpanan karbon organik tanah pada dua tipe lahan, yaitu antara plot pada hutan tanaman A. mangium Willd (M-P) dan plot pada vegetasi hutan sekunder muda (M-SF) setelah empat tahun pada tipe tanah Acrisols di Resort Polisi Hutan (RPH) Maribaya, Kabupaten Bogor. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa kandungan karbon organik tanah (SOC) pada kedalaman 0-30 cm secara umum lebih tinggi pada plot M-P (2,30-4,79%) daripada SOC pada plot M-SF (1,79-3,81%). Sementara, kerapatan massa (BD) tanah pada kedalaman 0-30 cm, lebih rendah pada plot M-P (0,62-0,85g/cm3) daripada BD tanah pada plot M-SF (0,76-0,89 g/cm3). Pendekatan melalui massa tanah setara, perubahan simpanan SOC kumulatif pada kedalaman 0-30 cm adalah lebih tinggi pada plot M-P (8,8 ton/ha atau setara dengan sekuestrasi CO atmosfer ke dalam tanah sebesar 8,4 ton/ha/tahun) daripada pada plot MSF (2,2 ton C/ha atau setara dengan sekuestrasi CO2 atmosfer ke dalam tanah sebesar 1,5 ton/ha/tahun). Implikasinya adalah bahwa perambahan hutan sekunder muda ke hutan tanaman A. mangium Willd pada tipe tanah Acrisols di Maribaya dapat berfungsi sebagai penyerap karbon ke dalam tanah.

Kata Kunci

Perubahan tataguna lahan; hutan tanaman; simpanan karbon; penyerap karbon; pendekatan massa tanah setara

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