International Journals

Reputable International Journal (SCOPUS indexed, SJR)

  1. Narendra, B.H., Widiatmaka, Kusmana, C., Karlinasari, L., Machfud. Multi-dimensional rapid appraisal technique for evaluating the sustainability of energy plantation forests in East Lombok Sistrict, Indonesia. Biodiversitas, 20(4):1027-1033, DOI: 10.13057/biodiv/d200413; Scopus Indexed, Impact Factor SJR (2018) = 0.268 (Q3)
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  2. Prajaputra, V., Abidin, Z.,  2019. Methylene blue removal using developed material from volcanic ash soils. International Journal of Scientific and Technology Research, 8(7): 706 – 709. Scopus indexed.
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  3. Riadi, B., B. Barus, Widiatmaka, M.Y.J. Purwanto, B. Pramudya. Spatial Modeling of Land Use / Land Cover Changes for Flood Hazard Analysis on Paddy Fields and Their Impact on Rice Production.. ARPN Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences, 13(15): 4496-4902; Scopus indexed, Impact Factor SJR (2018): 0.19 (Q3)
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  4. Solihin, M.A., S.R.P. Sitorus, A. Sutandi, Widiatmaka. 2018. Discriminating land characteristics of yield and total sugar content classes of Cilembu sweet potato (Ipomoea batatas ). Agrivita Journal of Agricultural Science, 40(1): 15-24, DOI: 10.17503/agrivita.v40i1.1148. SCOPUS Indexed, Impact Factor (SJR – 2015) = 0.119 (Q4).
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  5. Munibah, K., Widiatmaka, H. 2018. Spatial autocorrelation on public facility availability index with neighborhoods weight difference. Journal of Regional and City Planning, 29(1): 18-31, DOI: DOI: 10.5614/jrcp.2018.29.1.2. SCOPUS indexed,
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  6. Widiatmaka, W. Ambarwulan, Y. Setiawan, C. Walter. Assessing the suitability and availability of land for agriculture in Tuban Regency, East Java, Indonesia. Applied and Environmental Soil Science, 2016: 1-13, DOI:10.1155/2016/7302148. SCOPUS Indexed, Impact Factor (SJR – 2015) = 0.536 (Q2)
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  7. Widiatmaka, W. Ambarwulan, Sudarsono. 2016. Spatial multi-criteria decision making for delineating agricultural land in Jakarta metropolitan area’s hinterland: case study of Bogor Regency, West Java. Agrivita Journal of Agricultural Science, 38(2): 105-115. DOI:10.17503/agrivita.v38i2.746. SCOPUS Indexed, Impact Factor (SJR – 2015) = 0.119 (Q4)
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  8. 2016. Integrated use of GIS, AHP and remote sensing in land use planning for tropical high altitude vegetable crops. Journal of Applied Horticulture, 18(2): 87-99 (May 2016). SCOPUS Indexed, Impact Factor (SJR-2015) = 0.137 (Q4)
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  9. Susetyo, B., H.S. Arifin, Machfud, Widiatmaka, N.H.S. Arifin. Model of trees appraisal using an international shading tree evaluation method at the Ciliwung riparian area, Indonesia. Ecology, Environment & Conservation, 21(4): 2067-2080. SCOPUS Indexed, Impact Factor (SJR-2015) = 0.119 (Q4)
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  10. Kurnia, E., I.N.S. Jaya, 2016. Satellite-based land surface temperature estimation of Bogor Municipality, Indonesia. Telkomnika, Indonesian Journal of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, 2(1): 701-708. SCOPUS Indexed, Impact Factor (SJR-2015) = 0.236 (Q3)
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  11. Solihin, M.A., S.R.P. Sitorus, A. Sutandi, Widiatmaka. 2016. Biophysic factors related to a local famous sweet potato variety (Ipomoea batatas) production: a study based on local knowledge and field data in Indonesia. American Journal of Agricultural and Biological Science. 11(3):1-11. DOI:10.3844/ajabssp.2016.164.174. SCOPUS Indexed, Impact Factor (SJR – 2015) = 0.347 (Q2)
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  12. Widiatmaka, W. Ambarwulan, N. Kusmaryandi, C. Kusmana, P. 2016. Land use, land cover and mangrove diversity in the Indonesian outermost small islands of Rote and nDana. Advances in Environmental Sciences, 8(2): 182‐193. Indexed: ISI Web of Knowledge – Thomson Reuters (via Zoological Record).
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  13. Firmansyah, I. Widiatmaka, B. Pramudya, S. Budiharsono. 2016. Sustainability status of rice fields in the rice production center of Citarum Watershed. Advance in Agriculture and Botanics – Bioflux, 8(1): 13‐ ISI Web of Knowledge – Thomson Reuter Indexed (via CABI).
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  14. Widiatmaka, W. Ambarwulan, A. Sutandi, K. Murtilaksono, K. Munibah, U. Daras. 2015. Suitable and available land for cashew (Anacardium occidentale ) in the island of Lombok, Indonesia. Journal of Applied Horticulture, 17(2): 129-139. SCOPUS Indexed, Impact Factor (SJR-2015) = 0.137 (Q4)
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  15. Widiatmaka, W. Ambarwulan, M.Y.J. Purwanto, Y. Setiawan, Taryono, H. Effendi. 2015. Land use planning for brackish water shrimp pond in the north coast of Tuban, Indonesia. Indonesian Journal of Geography, 47(2): 193-210. DOI:10.22146/ijg.9268. SCOPUS Indexed.
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  16. Widiatmaka, W. Ambarwulan, I. Firmansyah, K. Munibah, P.B.K. Santoso, Sudarsono. 2014. Land suitability and dynamic system modelling to define priority areas of soybean plantation in paddy fields in Karawang, West Java. Agrivita, Journal of Agricultural Science, 36(3): 235-248. DOI:10.17503/Agrivita-2014-36-3-235-248. SCOPUS Indexed, Impact Factor (SJR-2015) = 0.119 (Q4)
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  17. Widiatmaka, A. Sutandi, Anas, U. Daras, M. Hikmat, A. Krisnohadi. 2014. Establishing land suitability criteria for Cashew (Anacardium occidentale L.) in Indonesia. Applied and Environmental Soil Science, 2014: 1-14, DOI:10.1155/2014/743194. SCOPUS Indexed, Impact Factor (SJR-2015) = 0.536 (Q2)
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  18. Widiatmaka, W. Ambarwulan, I. Firmansyah, K. Munibah, P.B.K. Santoso, Sudarsono. 2014. Land suitability and dynamic system modelling to define priority areas of soybean plantation in paddy fields in Karawang, West Java. Agrivita Journal of Agricultural Science, 38(2): 105-115 (June 2016). SCOPUS Indexed, Impact Factor (SJR – 2015) = 0.119 (Q4)
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  19. Merot, P., Widiatmaka. 1996. Mesure de sorptivité des sols par humectation per ascensum [Sorptivity measurement by capillary rise]. Comptes Rendus de l’Academie de Sciences (France)Serie IIa: Sciences de la Terre et des Planetes, 322: 293-299. SCOPUS Indexed.
  20. Curmi, P., Widiatmaka, J. Pellerin, A. Ruellan. 1993. Saprolite influence on formation of well-drained and hydromorphic horizons in an acid soil system as determined by structural analysis. Developments in Soil Science, Elsevier, 22: 133-140. DOI:10.1016/S0166-2481(08)70403-3. SCOPUS Indexed.

Indexed in International Databases Outside The Reputable Category

  1. Murod, M., C. Kusmana, M.H. Bintoro, Widiatmaka, E. Hilmi. 2019. Strategy of sago management sustainability to support food security in Regency of Meranti Islands, Riau Province, Indonesia. Advance in Agriculture and Botanics, 11(1): 1-20.
  2. Pancawati, M. Y. J. Purwanto, Widiatmaka, Nurisjah, B. Pramudya. 2019. Application of Tank Model for Ungauged Reservoir Management: A Case of Situ Cipondoh, Tangerang Indonesia. Journal of Environment and Earth Science, 9(1): 52-61. DOI: 10.7176/JEES
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  3. Riadi, B., B. Barus, Widiatmaka, M.Y.J. Purwanto, B. Pramudya. Analysis of Land Use Changes Based on Space Pattern to Maintain Food Security in Karawang Regency, West Java Province, Indonesia. International Journal of Earth Sciences and Engineering, 11(2): 169 – 175. http://dx.doi.org/10.21276/ijee.2018.11.0212
  4. Aminah, M., M. Hubeis, Widiatmaka, H. Widjajanto. 2017. Barriers of supply chain in supporting certified organic rice (SC-COR) development in Tasikmalaya Regency, West Java, Indonesia. Journal of Agri-Food and Applied Sciences, 5(1): 6-17.
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  5. Firyadi, Widiatmaka, A. Iswati, M. Ardiansyah, B. Mulyanto. 2017. Distribution of carbon stock by land in Banyuasin Regency, South Sumatra. Journal of Environment and Earth Science, 7(9): 57 – 67
  6. Iswandi U., Widiatmaka, Pramudya, B. Barus. 2016. Delineation of flood hazard zones by using a multi criteria evaluation approach in Padang, West Sumatera, Indonesia. Journal of Environment and Earth Science, 6(3): 205-214.
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  7. Iswandi U., Widiatmaka, Pramudya, B. Barus. 2016. Institutional hierarchy of flood mitigation for settlement areas in Padang, West Sumatera, Indonesia. Public Policy and Administration Research, 6(7): 27-34
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  8. Farkan, M., D. Djokosetiyanto, R. Sjarief Widjaja, Kholil, 2016. Carrying capacity and water availability in coastal bay of Banten, Indonesia. International Journal for Research in Biology & Pharmacy, 2(3): 29-40.
  9. Farkan, M., D. Djokosetiyanto, R.S. Widjaja, Kholil, 2016. Institutional model areas management of sustainable shrimp farming in the gulf coast of Banten, Indonesia. Research Journal of Agriculture and Environmental Management, 5(4): 101‐108.
  10. Santosa, S., E. Rustiadi, B. Mulyanto, K. Murtilaksono, Widiatmaka, N.F. Rachman. 2015. Modeling on establisment of sustainable paddy field zone in Bekasi Regency, Indonesia. Journal of Environment and Earth Science, 8(5): 79 – 89.
  11. Surya, R.A., M.Y.J. Purwanto, A. Sapei, 2014. Tank model to see the effect of land use changes on runoff, infiltration and groundwater in sub watershed of Konaweha South East Sulawesi Indonesia. Journal of Environment and Earth Science, 4(14): 107-117.
  12. Anwar, R., S.R.P Sitorus, Widiatmaka, A.M. Fauzi, Machfud. 2014. Achievement of Indonesian sustainable palm oil standards of palm oil plantation management in East Borneo Indonesia. Journal of Biology, Agriculture and Healthcare, 4(9): 1-5. DOI:10.21082/littri.v22n1.2016.11-18.
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  13. Osly, P.J., Widiatmaka, B. Pramudya, K. Gandasamita. 2014. Land use optimization for sugarcane plantations in eastern Seram District, Indonesia, Journal of Developments in Sustainable Agriculture. 9: 8996.
  14. Wulandari, W.S., D. Darusman, C. Kusmana, Widiatmaka. 2014. Land suitability analysis of biodiesel crop Kemiri Sunan (Reutealis trisperma (Blanco) Airy Shaw) in the Province of West Java, Indonesia. Journal of Environment and Earth Science, 4(21): 27-37.
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  15. Anwar, R., S.R.P Sitorus, A.M. Fauzi, Widiatmaka, Machfud. 2014. Technical culture and productivity of oil palm in several plantations in East Kalimantan. International Journal of Latest Research in Science and Technology, 3(2): 19-24.
  16. Ambarwulan, W., Widiatmaka, and S. Budhiman. 2013. Deriving inherent optical properties from Meris imagery and in-situ measurement using quasi-analytical algorithm. International Journal of Remote Sensing and Earth Sciences, 10(1): 1-8.
  17. Curmi, P., C. Walter, V. Hallaire, C. Gascuel-Odoux, Widiatmaka, A. Taha, M. Zida. 1998. The soil of the Coet Dan catchment: hydrodynamic characteristics of the pedological volumes. In: C. Cheverry (Ed.). Intensive Agriculture and Water Quality. Science Update, INRA Editions, Paris. 109 – 128.
  18. Hallaire, V., P. Curmi, Widiatmaka, 1997. Pore morphology and preferential saturated flow in the main horizons of an Armoricain catchments. Etude et Gestion des Sols, 4(2): 115-126.
  19. Curmi, P., Widiatmaka. Function of an Armoricain pedological system (Coet Dan Catchments): I. System organization and functional typology of the horizon. In: C. Walter and C. Cheverry (Eds.). 1996. Soils and Pollutants Transfers. Publ. Associations Française Pour l’Etude des Sols. Rennes-Paris pp. 247-248.
  20. Hallaire, V., P. Curmi, Widiatmaka. Function of an Armoricain pedological system (Coet Dan Catchments): III. Transfer in saturated condition and circulation preferential analysis. In: C. Walter and C. Cheverry (Eds.). Soils and Pollutants Transfers. Pub. Associations Française Pour l’Etude des Sols. Rennes-Paris. pp. 253-254.
  21. Curmi, P., P. Merot, Widiatmaka. Taking into account the soil hydrodynamic characteristics and the spatial organization of soils in the hydrological modeling: a first step. Anales Geophysicae, part II sup. II vol. 12. p. C. 433. European Geophysical Society, Grenoble, France.
  22. Widiatmaka, P. Curmi. Grouping of a pedological system’s horizons on their hydrodynamics behavior: Spatialisation interest. Milieu Poreux, Bull. Gr. Franc. Humid. Neutr, 31-32: 101- 105.
  23. Curmi, P., G. Bourrie, P. Merot, Widiatmaka, V. Maitre. Structural analysis of a granitic catchments: hydrical function (Quintin Massifs, Britain) and geochimical behavior (Fougeres and Quintin Massifs, Britain). Bull. Assoc. Geogr. Franc. Paris, 2: 88 – 89. DOI:10.3406/bagf.1993.1670.