Dr. Suria Tarigan is associate professor at Department of Soil and Land Resources Faculty of Agriculture Bogor Agricultural University (IPB), Indonesia.
His research interests is landscape multifunctionality for optimizing local ecosystem services using transdisciplinary approaches. Currently, he serves also as Head of Watershed Management Study Program of Bogor Agricultural University (IPB).

Landscape multifunctionality for optimizing local ecosystem services

Related research questions:
a) What are key ecosystem services at local level (household or village) in oil palm landscape?
b) What is the role of landscape heterogeneity and biodiversity (tree patches, agroforestry, riparian areas, and frond piles) on the local ecosystem services (e.g. water flow regulation and production)?
c) What kind of spatial landscape design optimizes the local ecosystem services (e.g. water flow regulation and production) in oil palm landscape?
d) What is the perception of stakeholders on the proposed landscape design? – transdisciplinary research