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Dampak Kepariwisataan terhadap Erosi di Kawasan Wisata Kaliurang Nurmansyah, Sofiudin; Kusumandari, Ambar; -, Kaharuddin
Jurnal Ilmu Kehutanan Vol 1, No 1 (2007)
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Tourism is one alternative of non timber based forest managements however, tourism activities will impact on the tourist areas, both biophysically and socially. The purpose of this research was to study the factors influencing soil erosion rate in tourist area, and to examine the effect of tourist characteristics, e.g. visiting characteristics and tourist activities on erosion rate.The erosion prediction was carried out at tourist areas including Hutan Alam (Natural Forest), Taman Bermain Anak (Play Ground), Taman Wisata Alam (Natural Tourist Park), and Kali Kuning Camping Ground. The Universal Soil Loss Equation (USLE) model was applied. Correlation analysis was used to analyze the correlation between factors influencing soil erosion rate (rainfall erosivity, soil erodibility, slopes, vegetation and conservation practices) and erosion.The research resulted that tourism significantly impacted on erosion at Play Ground, Natural Tourist Park 1, and Kali Kuning Camping Ground, except at Natural Tourist Park 2. The correlation analysis showed that all of the factors influencing soil erosion rate positively affected erosion. The results also showed that the tourist characteristics which influence erosion rate were tourists visiting characteristics and their activities.Keywords: tourism, tourist activities, erosion, impacts.
Studi Kenyamanan untuk Aktivitas di Lanskap Hutan Kota UGM Studi Kasus: Klaster Agro UGM Irwan, Siti Nurul Rofiqo; -, Kaharuddin
Jurnal Ilmu Kehutanan Vol 4, No 2 (2010)
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The phenomenon of global warming has caused discomfort activity in urban area. Greening in open space of Gadjah Mada University campus has been developed as urban forest landscape that supporting good environment produced high comfort for activity and enhancing urban conservation. The research objectives were to observe the comfort for activity in urban forest landscape, to observe the canopy coverage of urban forest and to reveal the effect of tree canopy coverage to the comfort for activity. Data collection was carried out by visual observation, questioner, micro climate measurement, and hemispherical images of the tree canopy coverage. Data were analyzed by descriptive statistics. The tree canopy coverage was calculated by the Sky View Factor (SVF) of hemispherical images. Research results showed that activity types in the urban forest landscape were study (10%), sitting (37%), meeting (39%), others (14%) at spread of sitting areas. Some factors that affect the comfort for activity in urban forest landscape were aesthetic, lower temperature, fresh air, inspirited area, and listened bird voice. The respondents (82%) said that the urban forest landscape was comfort for activity at whole time of 07.00 - 17.00 by the condition of local climate presented by air temperature at 29.7 - 32.6°C, normal humidity at 61.5 -74.1% and breeze wind velocity at 0.6 - 2.8 m/s. Tree canopy of urban forest landscape had covered more than 50% identified by Sky View Factor (SVF 0.026-0.446). The tree canopy coverage of urban forest created tree shaded areas for the activities which showed thermally comfort because of microclimate controlled by urban forest. Keywords: urban forest, comfort for activity, Gadjah Mada University, tree canopy, green space.
Dampak Kepariwisataan terhadap Erosi di Kawasan Wisata Kaliurang Nurmansyah, Sofiudin; Kusumandari, Ambar; -, Kaharuddin
Jurnal Ilmu Kehutanan Vol 1, No 1 (2007)
Publisher : Fakultas Kehutanan Universitas Gadjah Mada

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (71.575 KB) | DOI: 10.22146/jik.1537

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Impact of Tourism on Soil Erosion in Tourist Area of KaliurangTourism is one alternative of non timber based forest managements however, tourism activities will impact on the tourist areas, both biophysically and socially. The purpose of this research was to study the factors influencing soil erosion rate in tourist area, and to examine the effect of tourist characteristics, e.g. visiting characteristics and tourist activities on erosion rate.The erosion prediction was carried out at tourist areas including Hutan Alam (Natural Forest), Taman Bermain Anak (Play Ground), Taman Wisata Alam (Natural Tourist Park), and Kali Kuning Camping Ground. The Universal Soil Loss Equation (USLE) model was applied. Correlation analysis was used to analyze the correlation between factors influencing soil erosion rate (rainfall erosivity, soil erodibility, slopes, vegetation and conservation practices) and erosion.The research resulted that tourism significantly impacted on erosion at Play Ground, Natural Tourist Park 1, and Kali Kuning Camping Ground, except at Natural Tourist Park 2. The correlation analysis showed that all of the factors influencing soil erosion rate positively affected erosion. The results also showed that the tourist characteristics which influence erosion rate were tourists visiting characteristics and their activities.
Studi Kenyamanan untuk Aktivitas di Lanskap Hutan Kota UGM Studi Kasus: Klaster Agro UGM Irwan, Siti Nurul Rofiqo; -, Kaharuddin
Jurnal Ilmu Kehutanan Vol 4, No 2 (2010)
Publisher : Fakultas Kehutanan Universitas Gadjah Mada

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (71.575 KB) | DOI: 10.22146/jik.1563

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A Study of Comfort for Activities in Urban Forest Landscape of UGM; Study Case: Agro Cluster UGMThe phenomenon of global warming has caused discomfort activity in urban area. Greening in open space of Gadjah Mada University campus has been developed as urban forest landscape that supporting good environment produced high comfort for activity and enhancing urban conservation. The research objectives were to observe the comfort for activity in urban forest landscape, to observe the canopy coverage of urban forest and to reveal the effect of tree canopy coverage to the comfort for activity. Data collection was carried out by visual observation, questioner, micro climate measurement, and hemispherical images of the tree canopy coverage. Data were analyzed by descriptive statistics. The tree canopy coverage was calculated by the Sky View Factor (SVF) of hemispherical images. Research results showed that activity types in the urban forest landscape were study (10%), sitting (37%), meeting (39%), others (14%) at spread of sitting areas. Some factors that affect the comfort for activity in urban forest landscape were aesthetic, lower temperature, fresh air, inspirited area, and listened bird voice. The respondents (82%) said that the urban forest landscape was comfort for activity at whole time of 07.00 - 17.00 by the condition of local climate presented by air temperature at 29.7 - 32.6°C, normal humidity at 61.5 -74.1% and breeze wind velocity at 0.6 - 2.8 m/s. Tree canopy of urban forest landscape had covered more than 50% identified by Sky View Factor (SVF 0.026-0.446). The tree canopy coverage of urban forest created tree shaded areas for the activities which showed thermally comfort because of microclimate controlled by urban forest.