Muhartoyo Muhartoyo
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THE APPLICATION OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY IN ASIA AND PACIFIC COUNTRIES Utari Budihardjo; Muhartoyo Muhartoyo; Sri Purnomowati
BACA: JURNAL DOKUMENTASI DAN INFORMASI Vol 20, No 1-2 (1995): Juni
Publisher : Pusat Data dan Dokumentasi Ilmiah – Lembaga Ilmu Pengetahuan Indonesia

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This article presents information technology written on the country reports tharhave been submitted to FIDICAO I 3th Congress and Assembly on Strategic use of Information Systems in Asia and Pacific Countries, held in Jakarta on 6- 8 June 1995. The presentation of applied information technology is divided into Pacific countries that are represented by Australia, Georgia, and Papua New Guinea; while Asian countries are indicated by reports from India, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, and Thailand.
MENUJU JALAN GATOT SUBROTO 10 Muhartoyo Muhartoyo
BACA: JURNAL DOKUMENTASI DAN INFORMASI Vol 29, No 1 (2005): Juni
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INFOTERRA: THE INTERNATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL INFORMATION SYSTEM Muhartoyo Muhartoyo; Kamariah Tambunan
BACA: JURNAL DOKUMENTASI DAN INFORMASI Vol 17, No 3-4 (1992)
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In the 1960's man woke up to the fact that the human species, as it multiplies and relentlessly consumes, may at some not too distant future become a plague infesting this globe of ours-stripping it of 1ts freshwater, its so1l, its natural resources, and its flora and fauna and biodiversity, and thereby condemning it to death. This realization gave rise to a shared concern of our common future, and of the future of our ONLY ONE EARTH. This shared concern gave rise to the international environmental movement, and part of the resulting concerted efforts to safeguard our globe is the sharing of our environmental experiences, environmental data and environmental information included.