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Forum Geografi, Indonesian Journal of Spatial and Regional Analysis (For. Geo) is an open access, peer-reviewed journal that will consider any original scientific article for expanding the field of geography. The journal publishes articles in both physical and human geography specialties of interest to spatial analysis and regional analysis in (but not limited) Indonesia by applying GIS and/or remote sensing techniques.
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Influence of Private Forest Land to Farmers Welfare in Yogyakarta Special Province Ritohardoyo, Su
Forum Geografi Vol 13, No 2 (1999)
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Forest people land use pratices with economic and ecological orientation have been developed in the vicinity of forest areas. Nevertheless, policy makers view this development as detrimental to the forest it self. Forestry programs directed to accommodate public participation are uniformly designed and implemented, ignoring the physical and social variantion of rural areas. Thus there is a need for research on spatial variation of the social forestry program especially related to its success and impact on welfare. The research is carried out in Yogyakarta speial province employed a survei method and spatial approach. Stratified cluster sampling is used on the basis of variations in physiographic characteristics. Secondary data are also collected in forms of literatures and previous research in the field. Primary data are obtained through a structured interview using a set of questionnaires. Data are analyzed using simple tabulation method as well as statistical techniques.The research shows that in general people forest land use has been sucessfully implemented in the province. It is important to note that a more successfull implementation of people forest land use is found in the private rather than government initiated forest. In the less accessible areas people forest land use activities are much more successfull than in the accessible ones. Social forestry land use in the volcanic slope physiography is much better than that in either undulating or karst areas. Among important factors affecting the success of people forest land use are land ownership, education level, technology, land accessibility and percentage of plant growth. It is also confirmed that accessibility is the most important factor affecting the success of an people forest land use. The research also reveals that people forest land use has been very important in improving the farmers welfare. A composite indicator shows that the welfare of farmers is much improved after the adoption of people forest land use, with the highest achievement is obtained by farmers in the volcanic slopes.
Utilization of Geographic Information Systems for 1999 Election Results Mapping in Yogyakarta Special Province Saraswati, Endang
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Up to present data and information relating to result of general eletion, 1999 still in tabuler for especially in form of figures. Data presentation in form of tables has disadvantage such as not attractive as well as not so effective for communication. Data presentation which is able to adapt the demand is presented in form in map. The aims of this research are 1) to depict data of general election result, in 1999 in form on digital map; 2) to identify factors which influence the result of vote, using map analysis technique of resulted map. The methodology of the research is to use secondary data, mean while the methods for its mapping to apply point symbol, line, and area which appropriated with data characteristics and expected visual perception of the data. The data then is elaborated with aid of Geographic Information System (GIS), to produce map of vote result in general election 1999. To identify what factors that influence voice between map of vote result and map  of population amount, according to education, occupation, and religion.The result of the research show that Partai Demokrasi Indonesia Perjuangan got highest voices, that is 33,73% followed by Partai Amanat Nasional 15,87%, Partai Golongan Karya 13,78%, Partai Kebangkitan Bangsa 13,43%, Partai Persatuan Pembangunan 4,95% and the rest 18,20% for 43 other parties. The voice gathering to occupation and their religion. The voice which are gathered by Partai Demokrasi Indonesia Perjuangan ome from middle to lower group of society which are nasionalist interest, either live in urban area or in rural area. Participant of Partai Amanat Nasional come from modern moslem group and member of Muhammadiyah, result in the voice of Partai Amanat Nasional is high in urban area. The voice which is gathered by Golongan Karya for urban area come from group of birocrate consists of official/ military/ pension, meanwhile form rural area come farmers who enjoy product result of new era regime, especially in agriculture sector. Partai Kebangkitan Bangsa gathered the voicein rural area with Nadhatul Ulama infrastructure and traditional organization which is solid strong under leading of Kyai.
Spatial Function Diversity in Kampung Sangkrah, Surakarta City Musiyam, Muhammad
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The objective of this article is to understand the variety of space functions and the values underlying them, in kampung Sangkrah, Surakarta municipality. The study uses the inductive analysis based on the naturalistic method research. The result of the research shows that space in the kampung Sangkrah is multifunctional. The multifunction of space is resulted from the dialetical relationship between the relatively strong social relations and the limited space available to aommodate the various ativities of the kampung inhabitants. This dialetical relationship creates common norms called space tolerance, which the result in the variety of space function.
Deposition Model of Point Bar Sand of Ancient Bengawan Solo as Regional Groundwater Reservoir in Ngloram - Cepu, Central Java Blora Yohanes, Moch.
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While the geological study of sedimentary sand point bar of river is scientifically attractive, economically sedimentary sand is a material for the building. The sedimentary sand point frequency contains metal and nonmetal prescripitation that has a highly economical value. It also functions as a reservoir of good rock water, because it has  good porosity and permeability. The sedimentary sand point bar of Bengawan Solo that has been for 600.000 years ago in Ngloram-epu, has the thickness approximately around 5 – 25 m, grown horisontally around 5 – 7 km, and located  > 50 km2 which covers Ngloram-Wado-Kedungtuban. The sandy rock functioned as a good groundwater reservoir rock. The sand point bar in Bengawan Solo is precipitated on the stairs of Bengawan Solo that is situated on the clay rock having tongue formation. The water of reservoir point bar is expected to fulfill the needs of 100.000 inhabitants in Cepu and the cities around.
Statistical Quantification for Supporting Geographical Research in Natural Resource Inventory and Evaluation Martha, Sukendra
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In supporting geographical researches, statistical quantifications are required to assist natural resources inventory and evaluation. Statistical analysis for any research either in  sciences will represent the result quality of the research. To do this, all research system implementations. Started from data collection, process to their presentation need to apply quantitative statistics data and numbers. This paper is meant as introducing all geography researchers in conducting researh tasks, particularly in the field natural resources inventory and evaluation.
The Linkage of Business Community (Case Study of Rattan Industries in the Village of Trangsan, Gatak, Sukoharjo) Priyono, Priyono; Dilahur, Dilahur; Amin, Choirul; Maftuchah, Isti’ana; Syafrianingsih, Dina
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Indonesian industry is likely to snap because it relies on the monopolitic conglomerate’s industry so that it cause the inter relationship between big and smaller units of industry to become weak. The weakness of the industrial relationship is caused by the units independetly. This is different from the industry which is based on community concept emphasizing a main priority to close inter relationship between the units. This research was arried out in Trangsan, Gatak, Sukoharjo, Central Java. Where there is a industrial community which has been a close inter relationship since long time ago. The goal of this research is to know the type and the nature of unit inter relationship in rattan industrial community in Trangsan, and know the strategy how it faced a nationally economical crisis.This research used a survei method. The number of the population was 110 entrepreneurs from Trangsan. The sample was obtained with stratied into three categories, based on number of labour force. Every category was taken 20% as sample based on homogeneity sample, ana the respondent was examined with random sampling. The collected data were presented in frequency and cross table. The analysis of qualitative data used logical rationale, deductive – inductive, analogy and comparison, while the analysis of quantitative data used the analysis of frequency and cross table. The use of these two analysis was the result of the research.These are the result of the research: 1) a inter relationship among small – scalled businesses; 2) there is a weak inter relationship between small and medium scaled industries; 3) the business inter relationship of rattan industries is subcontract in which a part of the big scaled industry’s job is reponsible for the small saled one; 4) the form of the business inter relationship is cooperative; 5) the main strategy of rattan industry community to face nationally economical orisis strengthens their business inter relationship.
The Development of Coastal and Marine Widjojo, Suharto; Suharjo, Suharjo
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Planning and development process of oastaland marine resources tends centralized and adopted top down policy, without any active participations from coastal and marine communities. In order to reach integrated and sustainable development in coastaland marine areas, people should have both complete and up to date information, so that planning and decision making for all aspect of the environment can be done easily. People should give a high attention of surveis, mappings, as well as science and technology of coastal and marine sectors, in order to change the paradigm of development from inland to coastal and marine. Moreover, people should give high attention of potential resources of coastal and marine areas.
Influence of Private Forest Land to Farmers Welfare in Yogyakarta Special Province Ritohardoyo, Su
Forum Geografi Vol 13, No 2 (1999)
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Forest people land use pratices with economic and ecological orientation have been developed in the vicinity of forest areas. Nevertheless, policy makers view this development as detrimental to the forest it self. Forestry programs directed to accommodate public participation are uniformly designed and implemented, ignoring the physical and social variantion of rural areas. Thus there is a need for research on spatial variation of the social forestry program especially related to its success and impact on welfare. The research is carried out in Yogyakarta speial province employed a survei method and spatial approach. Stratified cluster sampling is used on the basis of variations in physiographic characteristics. Secondary data are also collected in forms of literatures and previous research in the field. Primary data are obtained through a structured interview using a set of questionnaires. Data are analyzed using simple tabulation method as well as statistical techniques.The research shows that in general people forest land use has been sucessfully implemented in the province. It is important to note that a more successfull implementation of people forest land use is found in the private rather than government initiated forest. In the less accessible areas people forest land use activities are much more successfull than in the accessible ones. Social forestry land use in the volcanic slope physiography is much better than that in either undulating or karst areas. Among important factors affecting the success of people forest land use are land ownership, education level, technology, land accessibility and percentage of plant growth. It is also confirmed that accessibility is the most important factor affecting the success of an people forest land use. The research also reveals that people forest land use has been very important in improving the farmers welfare. A composite indicator shows that the welfare of farmers is much improved after the adoption of people forest land use, with the highest achievement is obtained by farmers in the volcanic slopes.
The Development of Coastal and Marine Widjojo, Suharto; Suharjo, Suharjo
Forum Geografi Vol 13, No 2 (1999)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.23917/forgeo.v13i2.457

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Planning and development process of oastaland marine resources tends centralized and adopted top down policy, without any active participations from coastal and marine communities. In order to reach integrated and sustainable development in coastaland marine areas, people should have both complete and up to date information, so that planning and decision making for all aspect of the environment can be done easily. People should give a high attention of surveis, mappings, as well as science and technology of coastal and marine sectors, in order to change the paradigm of development from inland to coastal and marine. Moreover, people should give high attention of potential resources of coastal and marine areas.
Utilization of Geographic Information Systems for 1999 Election Results Mapping in Yogyakarta Special Province Saraswati, Endang
Forum Geografi Vol 13, No 2 (1999)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.23917/forgeo.v13i2.459

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Up to present data and information relating to result of general eletion, 1999 still in tabuler for especially in form of figures. Data presentation in form of tables has disadvantage such as not attractive as well as not so effective for communication. Data presentation which is able to adapt the demand is presented in form in map. The aims of this research are 1) to depict data of general election result, in 1999 in form on digital map; 2) to identify factors which influence the result of vote, using map analysis technique of resulted map. The methodology of the research is to use secondary data, mean while the methods for its mapping to apply point symbol, line, and area which appropriated with data characteristics and expected visual perception of the data. The data then is elaborated with aid of Geographic Information System (GIS), to produce map of vote result in general election 1999. To identify what factors that influence voice between map of vote result and map  of population amount, according to education, occupation, and religion.The result of the research show that Partai Demokrasi Indonesia Perjuangan got highest voices, that is 33,73% followed by Partai Amanat Nasional 15,87%, Partai Golongan Karya 13,78%, Partai Kebangkitan Bangsa 13,43%, Partai Persatuan Pembangunan 4,95% and the rest 18,20% for 43 other parties. The voice gathering to occupation and their religion. The voice which are gathered by Partai Demokrasi Indonesia Perjuangan ome from middle to lower group of society which are nasionalist interest, either live in urban area or in rural area. Participant of Partai Amanat Nasional come from modern moslem group and member of Muhammadiyah, result in the voice of Partai Amanat Nasional is high in urban area. The voice which is gathered by Golongan Karya for urban area come from group of birocrate consists of official/ military/ pension, meanwhile form rural area come farmers who enjoy product result of new era regime, especially in agriculture sector. Partai Kebangkitan Bangsa gathered the voicein rural area with Nadhatul Ulama infrastructure and traditional organization which is solid strong under leading of Kyai.

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