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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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Aplikasi Model SMAR pada Dua DAS Identik Indarto, I
Forum Geografi Vol 26, No 1 (2012): July 2012
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.23917/forgeo.v26i1.5048

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This paper shows the evaluation process (calibration and validation) of SMAR (The Soil Moisture Accounting Rainfall-Runoff) model at two identical catchment areas (Rawatamtu and Kloposawit) in East Java – Indonesia. Daily discharge, rainfall data and meteorological data were collected from measurement stations located at the catchments areas. Potential evapotranspiration (PET) was calculated from meteorological data extracted from existing stations located inside of the catchments. Calibration was conducted for periods of: 1991 to 1994, while validation was tested for periode of: 1995 to 2000. Model performance was evaluated by means of: (1) Nash-Sutcliffe coefficient, (2) correlation coefficient and (3) graphical comparation of calculated and measured flow. The result show the Nash-Sutcliffe coeffient = 0,73 and correlation coefficient = 0,86 for calibration period at Rawatamtu, while the same coefficients for Kloposawit are 0,54 and 0,74. Validation periode produce Nash-sutcliffe and correlation coefficients = 0,35 and 0,64 for Rawatamtu. While for Kloposawit the values are 0,48 and 0,81.
Aplikasi Sistem Informasi Geografis untuk Zonasi Kawasan Hutan Berdasarkan Kementrian Kehutanan dan Kemampuan Lahan di Kabupaten Bandung Purwaamijaya, Iskandar Muda
Forum Geografi Vol 26, No 1 (2012): July 2012
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.23917/forgeo.v26i1.5053

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The main objectives in the geographic information system applications for zoning of forest areas based on the ministries of forestry and land capability is to determine the broad allocation of forest land in Bandung Regency based on Ministerial Decree 79/2001 on the basis of analysis with analytical capabilities of BPDAS land so as to provide a common perception in spatial planning and resource management natural resources in Bandung Regency. Research is done by quantitative method using Geographic Information System. Area difference of forest zone based on Ministerial Decree 79/2001 to BPDAS land capability is 69,709.009 ha or 26.042 kms and 26.042 kms. The result of research providing recommendations to decision makers in Bandung Regency associated with the analytical model and the Ministerial Decree 79/2001 SK model BPDAS analysis of land capability so that spatial planning and management of natural resources can be more synergistic to achieve sustainable development that takes into account the principles sustainable principles, optimal, harmonious and balanced.
Dinamika Cadangan Karbon akibat Perubahan Tutupan Lahan menjadi Lahan Permukiman di Kota Padang Sumatera Barat Hermon, Dedi
Forum Geografi Vol 26, No 1 (2012): July 2012
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.23917/forgeo.v26i1.5049

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The purpose of this study was to analyse the dynamics of carbon stocks changes from land cover into land settlement in the Padang City, West Sumatra. Method to formulate the change of land cover into land settlement in the Padang City is the analysis of Landsat Imagery 5+TM 1988, Landsat 7+ETM Image of 1998 and Landsat 7+ETM Image of 2008. Stratified Sampling Technique was Purpose Composite plot refers to the technique, but in this study carried out modification to the size of the plot which is then converted to the extend of each hectare of land cover. Estimating tree biomass using the equation according Kattering allometric, (2001). The result of the research conducted found that the dynamics of carbon stocks always decline from 1988, 1998 and 2008. This is caused by a reduction in forest area, shrubs, gardens, and fields are consistently due to the increased amount of land used for settlement.
Kajian Mineral Lempung pada Kejadian Bencana Longsorlahan di Pegunungan Kulonprogo Daerah Istimewa Yogyakarta Priyono, Kuswaji Dwi
Forum Geografi Vol 26, No 1 (2012): July 2012
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.23917/forgeo.v26i1.5050

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The aims of this study is know the characteristic of the clay mineral types in the landslides occurrence sites, and to examine the relation between the clay and intensity of landslides in Kulonprogo Mountains. Understanding of clay type character will be very important in the landslides disaster mitigation in the area landslides disturbed. This study use survey method, purposive sampling and qualitative analysis. At each landslides location soil sample was taken to determine the clay characteristic. The clay types was analysed by by X-Ray Diffraction. Spatial distribution of landslides based on the landforms unit supported by topographical map, geological map, and Digital Elevation Modell (DEM). The result of this study shows that clay mineral average in this landslides study location: caolin (70,64%), smectit/montmorillonit (15,12%), halite (4,33%), illite (2,99%), quartz (2,91%), cristabolite (2,28%), feldspar (1,34%), and goethite (0,39%). Clay mineral composition show that the interaction over land forming factors which make caolin forming in great quantities possible.
Analisis Bahaya dan Resiko Bencana Gunungapi Papandayan (Studi Kasus: Kecamatan Cisurupan, Kabupaten Garut) Sagala, Saut Aritua Hasiholan; Yasaditama, Hadian Idhar
Forum Geografi Vol 26, No 1 (2012): July 2012
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.23917/forgeo.v26i1.5046

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Risk assessment is an important step to be carried out for disaster management. It provides information for decision makers and communities in pre-disaster, during disaster and post disaster event. Nevertheless, risk assessment in Indonesia, especially on active volcanoes is still limited. This paper presents the risk assessment of Mt. Papandayan (2.665 m), the most active volcano in West Java. The unit of analysis in this study follows the administrative boundaries of village so that the identification can be applied at village level using GIS. Hazard analysis refers to the official hazard map produced by PVMBG while the vulnerability analysis is carried out in 3 sub-analysis, physical vulnerability (7 indicators), social vulnerability (7 indicators), and economic vulnerability. The hazard and vulnerability were overlayed in order to produce the risk which is subsequently made into risk map. The findings indicate that the villages located near and on the direction of the crater have relatively higher risk compared to other villages. The risk map can be incorporated as one of references for spatial planning that integrates disaster mitigation.
Penilaian Kerentanan Pantai menggunakan Metode Integrasi CVI-MCA Studi Kasus Pantai Indramayu Kasim, Faizal; Siregar, Vincentius P.
Forum Geografi Vol 26, No 1 (2012): July 2012
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.23917/forgeo.v26i1.5051

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The increasing of sea level due to climate change has been focused many research activities in order to know the coastal response to the change, and determine the important variables which have contribution to the coastal change. This paper presents a method for integrating Coastal Vulnerability Index (CVI), Multi Criteria Analysis (MCA) method and Geographic Information-System (GIS) technology to map the coastal vulnerability. The index is calculated based-on six variables: coastal erosion, geomorphology, slope, significant wave height, sea level change and tidal range. Emphasize has been made to the methodological aspect, essentially which is linked to: (i) the use of GIS technique for constructing, interpolation, filtering and resampling the data for shoreline grid, (ii) the standardization each rank of variables (0-1) and the use of several percentile (20%, 40%, 60%, and 80%) for each rank score, and (iii) the use of variable’s rank to map the relative (local) and standard (global) vulnerability of the coastline. The result show that for local, the index consist of four categories: very high (19.61%), high (68.63%), moderate (1,96%), and low (9.80%). Meanwhile, for global level, the index is constantly in low category.
Potensi Bencana Tsunami dan Kesiapsiagaan Masyarakat Menghadapi Bencana Studi Kasus Desa Sumberagung Banyuwangi Jawa Timur Sunarto, S; Marfai, Muh. Aris
Forum Geografi Vol 26, No 1 (2012): July 2012
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.23917/forgeo.v26i1.5047

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This research aims to, 1) identify the physical condition and vulnerability due to tsunami at Pancer, Sumberagung Banyuwangi and 2) identify the awareness program done by community to reduce the risk and impact due to tsunami. Field observation and analysis of morphology, topography and physical characteristic of the coastal area of Pancer has been done in this research. Interview with key person and stakeholders has been conducted in order to understand the awareness system and program done by the community. Descriptive analysis has been used to describe the research result. From the topographical point of view, study area consist of lowland and hilly area. Lowland area is dominated by settlement and paddy field, meanwhile the hilly area is mainly for forest and dry farming system. Lowland area is the most vulnerable area for inundation due to tsunami. Coastal community has knowledge on tsunami hazard. Many program has been implemented to strengthen the community capacity and awareness, such as campaign, workshop for evacuation route identification, and evacuation simulation.
Hasil Aman Penurapan Airtanah untuk Kebutuhan Non Pertanian di Kabupaten Bantul Purnama, Setyawan
Forum Geografi Vol 26, No 1 (2012): July 2012
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.23917/forgeo.v26i1.5052

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There are three objectives of this research. First, to calculate the potency of groundwater in Bantul District, second, to calculate the utilization for non agricultural usage and third, to analyze the safe yield of groundwater exploitation for non agricultural usage. To achieve these objectives, groundwater potency is calculated by static method, i.e. by multiplying area width, aquifer thickness and specific yield. Non Agricultural usage is determined by calculating the water utilization for domestic, industry, hotel and livestock. Safe yield is calculated base on area width, groundwater fluctuation and its specific yield. The groundwater resources potency of research area that has area width 506,85 km², amounted 10.059.393.198 m³/year, whereas the safe yield is 260.365.868 m³/year. Water utilization for domestic, industry, hotel and livestock is 21.658.541 m³/year. Reviewed number of potency and utilization, the potency of groundwater in the research area is still able to meet its water needs for non agricultural because the usage have not exceeded its safe yield. Although the groundwater potency is high, the agricultural sector in Bantul District does not use groundwater resources significantly.

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