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Following the 2006 eruption in Mount Merapi, Indonesia, it is important to assess the dynamic growth and potential standing stock of Acacia decurrens as a woodfuel for the local community surrounding in the southern of Gunung Merapi National Park. Five plots (P1, P2, P3, P4 and P5), were established. This study carried out in May 2008. During the period of 18 months, we monitored the recruitment, mortality and survival of A.decurrens in the selected area. The performance of A.decurrens wasdoi:10.5539/ijb.v2n2p165 fatcat:mvmzdydlo5as5ctt4vapjpks54