Vol. 37 No. 1 (2020): Earth, Water & Fire
Earth, Water & Fire

The turn of this decade was marked by a Black Summer. Wildfires raged through Australia, killing dozens of people and an estimated one billion wildlife. While localized, the impact of these fires was global, as smoke blew across the Pacific Ocean and emitted 306 million tons of CO2 into the atmosphere. The Black Summer is a stark reminder of the importance of understanding our planet, our impact on it, and forging an environmentally sustainable path of human progress.

Research Article

Indra Agus Riyanto, Ahmad Cahyadi, Faricha Kurniadhini, Hafidz Bachtiar, Dwiki Apriyana, Brian Kannardi Aji Caraka
Understanding Forest Fire Management in Indonesia from a Global Perspective
Mukhamad Ngainul Malawani, Djati Mardiatno, Eko Haryono
Anthropogenic Signatures in the Context of Landscape Evolution: Evidence from Citanduy Watershed, Java, Indonesia
Zuhairi Bin Ahmad, Muhammad Idzham Helmi Bin Mohd Jinah, Shahbudin Bin Saad
Comparison of 3D Coral Photogrammetry and Coral Video Transect for Coral Lifeform Analysis Using Low-cost Underwater Action Camera
Laras Prasakti, Muhammad Hartono, Pandu Prabowo Jati, Muhammad Fajar Setiaji, Sang Kompiang Wirawan, Hanifrahmawan Sudibyo
Problem Solving of Isopropyl Alcohol – Water Azeotropic Characteristics Using Packed (Natural Zeolite) Bed Adsorber


Edwards Taufiqurrahman, A’an J. Wahyudi, Yukio Masumoto
The Indonesian Throughflow and its Impact on Biogeochemistry in the Indonesian Seas