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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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Analisis Karakteristik Parameter Hidrologi akibat Alih Fungsi Lahan di Daerah Sukoharjo melalui Citra Landsat Tahun 1997 dengan Tahun 2002 Anna, Alif Noor; Kaeks, Retno Woro; Astuti, Wahyuni Apri
Forum Geografi Vol 24, No 1 (2010): July 2010
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The Study, carried out Sukoharjo, deals with the effect of land function change from 1997 to 2002 toward the change of chosen hydrological parameters. The hydrological parameter constituses the coefficient runoff (C), the extra soil water (id), and the amount of constant stream (Wa). The process of land function the change is searched by using landsat image composit RGB (Red Green Blue) 452. Meanwhile, the aims of the study are (1) to determine the types and distribution for the process of land function change, and (2) to analyze the change of coefficient value runoff (C), the extra soil water (Id), and the amount of constant stream (Wa) within the area of research. The result of the study shown that there are many types of land function change, which occurred in almost all the area of research except the one type coming from the river becoming wet/dry rice field/residence/forest of which only occurred in Nguter sub district. The condition because of the straightening Bengawan Solo River in the sub district, cousequenly, the land function change proceses from the river into the land and vice versa. Moreover, of the 7 types of land function change in the area of research, the widest type of land function change covering the whole district is a change from forest/ horticulture/dry or wet rice field into residence. The effect of such a change has also caused a change in the characteristics of chosen hydrological parameter. Such a change can be seen from the value C, Id, and Wa. Furthermore, the change can be clarified as follow: the value C and Wa tend to rise while Id tends to decrease. This mean that the land function change has resulted in great abundant and decrease of water absorbed in the soil. In general, the availability of water source within the area can still be supplied from the seemingly increased constant stream. Such a condition might be caused by the ratio between the built land and the proportional open land of which about > 30 % of the whole space.
Dinamika Pemanfaatan Ruang Berbasis Kearifan Lokal di Kabupaten Buleleng Provinsi Bali Wesnawa, I Gede Astra
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This Research is carried out in urban area and countryside of Buleleng regency. Generally, the aim of this study is to analyze the dynamic space exploitation based on local wisdom. Particularly. this research aims to: (1) analyze the difference of applying of local wise aspect in exploiting of regional room of countryside and lawn of custom society house in urban area and countryside, and factors that cause the difference of its applying and (2) solution of using custom countryside room and lawn of custom society house in urban area and countryside based on local wisdom. To reach the target designed research by using survey device, by using household as analysis unit. Household Sample is determined by proportional sampling random (145 sample). Data are collected through documentation technique, and interview of questioner. Then the data analyzed are through technique analyze qualitative. Research result out find differences of local wisdom applying in exploiting of regional room of countryside and lawn of house, and solution in exploiting of room base on local wisdom concept as materialization of human being interaction process with environment. Based on the research result, contribution that can be put forward: (1) contribution of theory: approach of countryside scale spatial and house made excellence of this research to express the difference of local wise applying in exploiting of regional room of countryside and lawn of house and (2) practical contribution: exploiting of room based on local wisdom can survive and sustain to influence modernize if custom society remains to tie with custom countryside. The concept of Tri Hita Karana as form of local wisdom form in utilizing adaptive room against change and growth of an era which is indicated with being compromise on Kahyangan Tiga as a soul of dwelling, territorial area as a village physical form and people who dwell there. This harmonious relation guarantee harmonious preserving environment.
Ameliorasi Iklim melalui Zonasi Hutan Kota berdasarkan Peta Sebaran Polutan Udara Rushayati, Siti Badriyah; Dahlan, Endes N.; Hermawan, Rachmad
Forum Geografi Vol 24, No 1 (2010): July 2010
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Bandung regency is one of the cities with many environmental problems oc like other cities in Indonesia. These problems are the continues increasing the number and density of population, and the increasing increased industrial and transportation. On the other hard, the forest area and green open space in Bandung Regency continues to decline. This causes increased air pollution and air temperature. The problems can be sowed with micro climate reparation in Bandung regency using urban forest in order to improve the climate conditions (amelioration) efficiently and effectively.
Partisipasi Masyarakat dalam Pengembangan Ekowisata di Pangandaran-Jawa Barat Hayati, Sri
Forum Geografi Vol 24, No 1 (2010): July 2010
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Pangandaran is one of tourist destination which located on the south coast of West Java, administratively belongs to the Ciamis district. This area covers about 5000 hectares with a total of 6670 households spread over top uniting Tombolo Pananjung forest national park with the island of Java. Ecotourism is developed here as an effort to give more attention to conservation and local development. This study aims to determine strength of relationship between public perception of public attitudes towards ecotourism and environmental tourism with community participation in ecotourism development. This study population is preserved at the age of productive society. Taking a sample of 200 respondents conducted randomly. Data were collected through questionnaire-shaped instrument. Data analysis by using inferential statistics is a simple correlation, multiple, and partial. Results showed that there was a significant relationship between public perception of public attitudes towards ecotourism and environmental tourism with public perception in the development of both simple and double ecotourism. Each simple correlation 0.59 (p
Monitoring Penutupan Lahan di DAS Grindulu dengan Metode Penginderaan Jauh dan Sistem Informasi Geografis Harjadi, Beny
Forum Geografi Vol 24, No 1 (2010): July 2010
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Catchments area can be analyzed as management system. Catchments area acquire input and it processed by the system to produce output. Land covers in catchments area are closely related to land use pattern and to management system. Land use changes to building area, agriculture and another activity are related to anthropological characters effected by change in function from vegetated land to unvegetated land. This condition have negative influences to the condition of carchment area. The damaged level of catchment area can be reflected by flood susceptibility, droughness, erosion and sedimentation, related impact onsite and offsite, so it is need a comprehensive management system from up land to low land river. To give information of land use in catchments area it needs accurate data about land cover in wide range. Remote sensing and Geographic Information System (GIS) are applicable to monitor land coverage of management catchments area. The aim of this paper is to analyze land cover using remote sensing and GIS to catchments area monitoring and evaluation. Land use in watershed connection with the pattern of nature resources by the community and the management of watershed. Total area of land use Grindulu watershed was 65.539 ha. From the map of land use could be seen that the spreading of the equitable meeting forest from the upstream to lower, and most property of the people. Land use became 8 classes, that is: Agroforestry (20%), Open Land (12%), Rare Forest (1%), Dense Forest (29%), Village (34%), Paddy (0.4%), River (0.2%), and Field (3%).
Pola Spasial Transformasi Wilayah di Koridor Yogyakarta-Surakarta Giyarsih, Sri Rum
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This research is conducted in Yogyakarta-Surakarta Corridor which become an intercity corridor that has been experiencing regional transformation. The aim of this research is to analyze the pattern of regional transformation using secondary data. The research covers all of villages along Yogyakarta-Surakarta Corridor (206 villages). The data processing employs SPSS program to apply quantitative and qualitative analysis method. The result show that the higher the physical accessibility, the higher is the degree of regional transformation. This research also reveals that high regional transformation patterns which are drawn by five variables, scattered in the villages which have high physical accessibility degrees and that the villages which have low physical accessibility degrees confirm the reverse level.
Hubungan Hujan dan Limpasan Pada Sub DAS Kecil Penggunaan Lahan Hutan, Sawah, Kebun Campuran di DAS Kreo Setyowati, Dewi Liesnoor
Forum Geografi Vol 24, No 1 (2010): July 2010
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Tendency of land use conversion is followed by maximum discharge of Kreo River, but unknown land use type what which can race improvement of runoff. Purpose of the research is study the relation of rainfall runoff at forest, rice field, and mixed garden. Research about rainfall runoff study is including research type of experiment for purpose of descriptive, through observation of rain data and water level at small watershed with one land use types that is forest, rice field, and mixed garden. Instrument of rain and water level attached at small watershed during the rains 2007.Data analysis comprises analysis of stream hydrograph, rain analysis, stream coefficient, and statistic analysis as well. Big the so small runoff value is more determined by rainfall amounts happened non land use type. Number of big rains at one land use will yield big runoff also, while the same rainfall amounts at some land use types will yield varying runoff follows land use type and condition of soil At small watershed (less than 200 ha), the relation of rainfall (P) with direct runoff (DRO) has very strong correlation (R2 bigger than 0.7). Relation between rain intensity (I) with DRO; I with peak discharge (Qp); duration of rain (DR) with DRO; DR with Qp indicated weak reaction (R2 less than 0.3). It indicated there were many factors (more than 70%) which influenced the above mentioned relations. Runoff coefficient value at forest was 0,3566, mix forest was 0,4227, rice field was 0,6661, and mixed garden was 0,4227. Land ability to permeate in the forest (65%) is bigger than mixed garden (57%) and rice field (33%).

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