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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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Identifikasi Bencana dan Evaluasi Pencapaian Tujuan Pembangunan Millenium di Nusa Tenggara Timur Baiquni, M.; Hizbaron, Dyah R.
Forum Geografi Vol 25, No 1 (2011): July 2011
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (328.405 KB) | DOI: 10.23917/forgeo.v25i1.5034

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Regional development in the eastern part of Indonesia has not yet sufficient to achieve the aspect of Millennium Development Goals. At the aftermath of sustainable development ratification, three major concepts of social, economic and environmental pillars should be equally translated into the planning agenda. Unfortunately, the methods to analyze the environmental condition have not yet developed in the Indonesian planning culture. This article aimed at the development of the environmental method analysis using the identification of hazard and evaluation of the millennium development goals in the case study area of East Nusa Tenggara. The development of the methods destined to empower the local potential sector. The methods applied the desk study, simple statistical methods and simple matrices to construct the list of priority of problems, and development programs. The result of the research revealed that in East Nusa Tenggara had been experiencing a very low social welfare distribution. Flooding and clean water services were at the same time need to be managed properly to support human development in the frontier region. By strengthening identification towards hazard, and achievement monitoring of MDGs, it is expected that the area soon experience better environmental, social and economic development strategy.
Pemaknaan Filsafati Kearifan Lokal untuk Adaptasi Masyarakat terhadap Ancaman Bencana Marin dan Fluvial di Lingkungan Kepesisiran Sunarto, S
Forum Geografi Vol 25, No 1 (2011): July 2011
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The purpose of this research was to study the philosophical meaning of local wisdom that developed in the communities in the coastal environment, particularly in the eastern coast of Central Java. The method used for this philosophical meaning using the approach of geomorphological hermeneutics and disaster semiotics. The results of this research indicate that identified local wisdom in the form of cultural semiotics and faunal semiotics to anticipate the hazards of climate change as marine hazard and fluvial hazard. Cultural semiotics found in the form of advice that still need to be interpreted with a geomorphological hermeneutics approach order to use it to adapt to the coastal environment against marine hazard. The cultural semiotics has a geomorphological philosophical meaning as natural cycle that leads to dynamic equilibrium, not the philosophical meaning that leads to the view of anthropocentrism. In addition, also found cultural semiotics of “Dina Rèntèng” based on the philosophical views of ecocentrism. The cultural semiotics is used in society to adapt to the fluvial hazard. Faunal semiotics found in the form of anomalous crab behavior as a form of adaptation due to its response to environmental condition. The faunal semiotics has been used as a guide for the community to adapt to the fluvial hazard. Because of the local wisdom is loaded with philosophical meaning, it can be metatourism assets, so it can convert harm into benefit.
Tipologi Pedogeomorfik Longsorlahan di Pegunungan Menoreh Kabupaten Kulonprogo Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta Priyono, Kuswaji Dwi; Sunarto, S; Sartohadi, Junun; Sudibyakto, S
Forum Geografi Vol 25, No 1 (2011): July 2011
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Pedogeomorphology tipology was applied in this research to determine the occurrence of landslide in the Menoreh Mountains, Kulonprogo District, Yogyakarta Special Region. The research aimed to know (1) soil characteristics where landslide events occurred in the research area, (2) characteristic of landslide prone landform in the research area, and (3) typology pedogeomorphic of landslide events in the research area. Pedogeomorphologic approach was represented through the steps of mapping the occurrence of landslides and landform, soil profile pedogenitic analysis and geomorphologic analysis at the point of occurrence of landslide. The results show that landforms characteristic on the occurrence of landslide with slope 16-75%, elevation 210-807 m dpal, weathered zone depth 25-80 cm, and the position of contacts on the opposite slope is flat and parallel. The soil characteristics on the occurrences of landslides have a 20-186 cm soil depts with the content 21,50-95,00% of caolinite clay, and clay content ratio between horion A dan B 0,22-0,91. Pedogeomorphic typology landslides prone classified into 3 levels, namely: low, moderate, and high level of vulnerability. The low level are indicated by the thickness of soil depth 0,60, slope < 25%, elevation 120 cm, caolinite clay content >70%, clay content ratio of A and B horizon < 0,40, slope >60%, elevation >600 m dpal, the depth of weathered zone > 60 cm, and the position of field contact against the slopes is parallel.
Pengembangan Ruang Terbuka Hijau berdasarkan Distribusi Suhu Permukaan di Kabupaten Bandung Rushayati, Siti Badriyah; Alikodra, Hadi S.; Dahlan, Endes N.; Purnomo, Herry
Forum Geografi Vol 25, No 1 (2011): July 2011
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Bandung Regency is experiencing increased of air temperature, particularly in the urban area. High air temperature in urban areas is caused by increasing built-up areas and declining green open space. Green open space should be built to lower air temperature and to create a comfortable micro climate. Green open space should be developed at locations with high air temperature to reach its efficacy. This research used spatial analysis to generate air temperature distribution map. The map was used as the basis in developing green open space. The map showed that green open spaces should be developed at several sub-districts, namely Margahayu, Margaasih, Dayeuhkolot, Baleendah, Bojongsoang, Rancaekek, Cileunyi, Pameungpeuk, and Majalaya sub-districts.
Prospek Partisipasi Petani dalam Program Pembangunan Hutan Rakyat untuk Mitigasi Perubahaan Iklim di Wonosobo Irawan, Evi
Forum Geografi Vol 25, No 1 (2011): July 2011
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Past experiences indicate that the success of many farm forestry projects is mainly influenced by farmers’ participation. Ex ante estimation of the likelihood of farmers’ participation in a particular farm forestry project might reduce the risk of project failure. This article is to analyze, ex ante, factors affecting a farmer’s participation in a hypothetical farm forestry project for climate change mitigation based upon a survey data of 117 farm forestry farmers in Tempurejo Village, Wonosobo Regency. Logit estimation suggests that the likelihood of a farmer’s participation is likely affected by age of farmer, education, farm household size and farmer’s experience in farm forestry business. Two policies implication of these findings are that government should increase farmers’ knowledge of climate change through extension programs, such as climate field school, and align the design of farm forestry projects for climate change mitigation with the prevailing farm forestry management system practiced by farmers.
Pemanfaatan Teknologi Penginderaan Jauh dan Sistem Informasi Geografis untuk Pendugaan Potensi Peresapan Air DAS Wedi Kabupaten Klaten-Boyolali Sigit, Agus Anggoro
Forum Geografi Vol 25, No 1 (2011): July 2011
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The study was conducted in Klaten-Boyolali regencies in Wedi Watershed which is the Watershed of Dengkeng. The study aimed to: 1) know the interpretation precision of black and white panchromatic air photo scaling 1: 50.000 in identifying the soil factor, slope, landuse, vegetation density, and land conversation, related to the influences toward potensial water infiltration in the area of study; and 2) to know the distribution of potensial water infiltration in the area of study and analyze to the spatial distribution. The method of the study used was air photo interpretation supported by limited survey for filed test. The method of analysis applied was spatial analysis using Geographical Information System Technology (GIS). The result of the study showed that: 1) the level of air photo for interpreting determination factor of water infiltration in the area of study is acceptable together with the precision level of: slope 89.47%; soil texture 82.14%; land use 90.16%; vegetation density 88.89%; and land conservation 80.88%. it meant that although the precision level achieved had not been included in very precise category, the air photo still can be used in this study; 2) the potensial of water infiltration in the area of study tended to be less good, indicated by the dominance of the land in status of ‘begin to be rather critical and critical’ in the width of 81.999 km² or 75.04% placed by 28 land units; while the remaining of 8 land units in the width of 3.154 km² or 20.62% was in the status of natural normal and 14 land units in the width of 22.544 km² or 20.62% had ‘good’ status. In the area of study, the space of land units with the potensial of good infiltration had no spatial relevance to the space of land units and the great infiltration capability.
Analisis Fluktuasi Hujan dan Morfologi Sungai terhadap Konsentrasi Banjir Daerah Surakarta Anna, Alif Noor; Suharjo, S; Cholil, Munawar
Forum Geografi Vol 25, No 1 (2011): July 2011
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This research aims to analyse rain fluctuation and river morphology to flood concentration in Bengawan Solo River, Surakarta. The method of this research is field survey supported by secondary data analysis. The survey was conducted using GPS (Global Positioning System). The result indicates that high intensity rainfall in the research area happened during October till April. River flow in dry season generally decreased in accordance with the distribution of low rainfall (dry month). Whereas, river flow rates seen to increase along with the rainfall that occurs in the rainy season. Other result show that point 11-18 (location in Tanjung village district of Sukoharjo till Semanggi village district of Pasar Kliwon) very superficial which became impact of the river. The point represent floods concentration, therefore if there is rain with high quantity, the water will rise and overflow to surface, especially point 11, 13, and 16 (Tanjung, Kedunggudel, and Telukan village district of Sukoharjo). The processes that occurred at these sites are sedimentation, and lateral erosion (horizontal erosion).

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