About the Journal

  1. Journal Title: Science in the Tropics
  2. Initials: sit
  3. Frequency: Biannual (June and December)
  4. Online ISSN: 3032-3223
  5. Editor in Chief: Agung Wibowo, Ph.D
  6. DOI: 10.62090
  7. Publisher: Kalimantan Academic Network (KAN)

Science in the Tropics is a renowned multidisciplinary academic journal published by the Kalimantan Academic Network. Our mission is to foster the exploration and understanding of various scientific aspects within tropical regions. Science in the Tropics is a sanctuary for nascent researchers, blossoming scientists, dedicated scholars, and aspiring graduate students to channel their intellectual vigor. Here, we offer a platform that amplifies their voices and celebrates their contributions, a stage where original research, insightful reviews, and thought-provoking perspectives come to life. 

The journal is published biannually, with issues released in June and December each year. This consistent publication cycle ensures that the latest advancements and insights in tropical science are disseminated to a global audience.

Current Issue

Vol. 1 No. 1 (2023): December
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We are delighted to present the inaugural issue of our journal, featuring a diverse array of research that delves into the heart of tropical scientific exploration. In this issue, we embark on a journey through six compelling papers, each contributing valuable insights to the understanding of our tropical environments. From the growth and yield of Okra treated with vermicompost and eco-enzyme in histosol soil to the innovative use of High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) plastic waste for highway flexible pavement, the breadth of topics covered is both inspiring and essential. Furthermore, our contributors shed light on critical issues such as waste management in subsidized housing, the impact of non-burning agricultural policy on land use and farmers' income, and the analysis of water quality discrepancies in the Manuhing River with implications for environmental management. The final paper highlights planning for the development of a biodiversity park in Seruyan Regency. We invite you to immerse yourselves in these illuminating studies, as we collectively strive to deepen our understanding of the tropics and foster sustainable practices for the benefit of both ecosystems and communities. Welcome to the vibrant world of Science in the Tropics!

Published: 02/26/2024


  • Growth and yield of Okra (Abelmoschus esculentus L. Moench) treated with vermicompost and eco enzyme in histosol soil

    Merti Suriani, Alpian (Author)
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.62090/znjzjp76
  • Characteristics of artificial coarse aggregate from High Density Polyethylene (HDPE) plastic waste for highway flexible pavement

    Desriantomy, Muhamad Asrul Hidayat, Salonten (Author)
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.62090/3j2p8w43
  • Waste management in subsidized housing in Palangka Raya city based on SNI 3242:2008

    Devid Prianata, I Nyoman Sudyana, Herwin Sutrisno (Author)
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.62090/r2zkz579
  • Moving towards plantation: The impact of non-burning agricultural policy on land use and farmers' income in Pulang Pisau Regency, Central Kalimantan

    Agung Wibowo, Fernando Lumban Bantu, Nursiah, Yusuf Aguswan (Author)
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.62090/zpfze055
  • Analyzing water quality discrepancies in Manuhing River and its implications for environmental management

    Ratnayanty, Sulmin Gumiri, Evi Veronika (Author)
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.62090/hn4c8818
  • Planning for a Biodiversity Park as limited tourism area development in Seruyan Regency

    Yusdi Hariani, Theresia Susi, Yuli Ruthena (Author)
    DOI: https://doi.org/10.62090/hqb6hb71
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