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ANALISIS KEBUTUHAN LUASAN RUANG TERBUKA HIJAU KOTA MANADO BERDASARKAN FUNGSI PENYEDIA OKSIGEN Rahman, Fadli; Kalangi, Josephus I.; Saroinsong, Fabiola B.
COCOS Vol 1, No 1 (2018)
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AbstractIncreased population indirectly resulted in the development of urban areas physically and tends to alter green open spaces into built areas to meet the needs and improve services to the population. As a result there is an increase in air temperature, decrease in ground water quality and urban air quality, and high noise level. The existence of urban green open space arrangement can overcome the development as well as to overcome the ecological impact of various disruption of human activities on the natural process in the City of Manado. Then to realize the ecological balance in the Manado city, there is need of green open space development approach that refers to the area and the need of oxygen. This study aims to calculate the area of green open space needed by Manado City based on oxygen supply function. Data analysis of green open space requirement based on area according to Law Number 26 Year 2007 and based on oxygen requirement using Gerakis formula (1974) modified by Wisesa (1998). The results show the green open spaces needed in Manado City area of 2953.45 ha. In meeting the needs of green open spaces Manado City based on the oxygen provider function then everyone is required to plant 3 trees, on an area of 25 m2.Keywords: green open space, oxygen demand, Manado City.
REDESAIN RUANG TERBUKA HIJAU KAMPUS UNSRAT BERDASARKAN EVALUASI KENYAMANAN TERMAL DENGAN INDEKS DISC Saroinsong, Fabiola B.; Kalangi, J. I.; Babo, Prestin
EUGENIA Vol 23, No 2 (2017)
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ABSTRACT Outdoor spaces are important to sustainable cities because they accommodate outdoor activities and contribute greatly to the quality of urban living.During the last decade, interest in the assessment of thermal comfort has increased because of climate changes and increased heat stress in cities. Greenspaces that provide a pleasurable thermal comfort experience for users effectively improve their quality of livability and productivity. However, current investigations lack a general framework for the use of thermal comfort assessment, such as in making master plan or designing better greenspace. This paper discusses greenspace of Sam Ratulangi University Campus relating to thermal comfort. It provides knowledge of thermal comfort investigation and landscape design review. The results of thermal comfort assessment, among 11 observed plots, only greenspace at FMIPA is categorized as comfortablespot. Greenspaces at FAPET and FEB are not really comfortable, those at BNI and FKM A and FKM B are not comfortable and those at FATEK, FAPERTA, FISIP, FH, FKM A are categorized as very uncomfortable spots. We suggest some options for redesigningof uncomfortable and very uncomfortable greenspace spots.Keywords: greenspace, outdoor, termal comfort
PERANAN PENGGUNAAN LAHANDI AREA TANGKAPAN SUNGAI SUNGEAN TERHADAP EUTROFIKASI DANAU TONDANO Lumingkewas, Santi .; Rombang, Johan A.; Kalangi, Josephus I.; Saroinsong, Fabiola B.
COCOS Vol 2, No 1 (2013)
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ABSTRACTEutrofication is one of the water pollution that caused by the increase ofthe consentrate of nutrient. This research studied conducted in catchment area ofSungean river sub DAS Noongan, Kab. Minahasa. The objective of this studywere to quantify the eutrofication’s rapid, in this case the value of Nitrogen andFosfor that caused by any land uses in catchment area of Sungean river sub DASNoongan.This research studied was done by taking the sample of water andquantifying water discharge in some point which had been chosen alongcatchment area of Sungean river that represent various land use. Then theconcentrate of N and P in water sample was analyzed in BARISTAND laboratory.Then the data of N and P That transported from each land uses, was analyzed instatistic with using Randomized Block Design (RBD) and spatial analisis(arcview).The result of research study showed that, each land uses gave effect tothe increase of lake eutrofication. Were in Tondano Lake from Sungean river forN was about 467,1076 mg/day and P was about 5,961849 mg/day. The biggestcontribution of N and P was from residential area, it was 464,2352 mg day-1 ha-1dan 5,961849 mg day-1 ha-1.Keywords : Eutrofikasi, Nutrient, River Of Sungean, Landuse
KENYAMANAN TERMAL RUANG TERBUKA HIJAU DI KAMPUS UNSRAT BERDASARKAN PERSEPSI PENGUNJUNG Babo, Prestin; Saroinsong, Fabiola B.; Kalangi, Josephus I.
COCOS Vol 1, No 2 (2017)
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ABSTRACT Comforts could be defined as psychological and physical comforts. Psychological comfort could be perchieved by safety, peace, and relaxant feeling that felt personaly and subjectively measurable. In the meanwhile, physical comfort could be measured objectively such as spatial, visual, auditorial, and thermal. Open spaces are public space that accessible either directly within limited or indirectly within undeterminate period of time. Open spaces could appear as roads, sidewalks, urban spaces such as townparks, forests, and other similar things. This manuscript discussed about thermal comfort that felt by human whose had activity on an urban green space (Ruang Terbuka Hijau or RTH) of The University of Sam Ratulangi. This research aimed to studying respondent perceptions on the point of thermal comfort on The University of Sam Ratulangi’s RTH. This research used purposive sampling to select the urban green spaces which frequently accesed, while respondents are randomly chosen. These following 11 RTH known to be accessed frequently, they are FMIPA, FAPERTA, FAPET, BANK BNI, FPIK, FATEK, FEB, FISIP, FH, FKM A, and FKM B. This research concluded the most comfortable RTH based on respondent perceptions is FKM B (100%); followed by FAPERTA (94.1%), FATEK (82.4%), FAPET (80%), FEB (69.2%), FPIK (65%), Bank BNI (63.6%), FH (53.8%), FMIPA (45.5%), FKM A (33.3%), dan di FISIP (26.3%). Keywords: Perception, Green open space, Campus UNSRAT.
POTENSI PENGEMBANGAN WISATA PULAU BUNAKEN Umacina, Juwairia; Nurmawan, Wawan; Saroinsong, Fabiola B.
COCOS Vol 1, No 1 (2019)
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ABSTRACT Tourism is one source of foreign exchange of this country, in addition from oil and gas sector which are very potential and has a big contribution to build the economic.This research was conducting in  Bunaken island, the  purpose of this research  to find out the potential and obstacles of those related to tourism development of Bunaken Island.  In developing tourism in Bunaken Island, the first, it need to identify the potential and obstacles in plans and structures of tourism development, so that existing potential can  develop and existing obstacles can overcome. The research method was using interviews with visitors as many as 20 respondents and take the secondary data in ministry of forestry books. Furthermore, the existing data was comparing with observations / observations in the field and interviews with community leaders and managers of Bunaken, National Park. Bunaken Island have the potentials to develop as an alternative to underwater panoramas such as the addition of cultural attractions, mangrove roaming and nature, bird watching, coastal tourism development and culinary tourism and environmentally friendly agriculture. Tourism activities need to  support by the availability of facilities and infrastructure such as clean water. Keywords : tourism, Bunaken Island, infrastructure, potency, obstacles.
STUDI POPULASI AYAM HUTAN MERAH (Gallus gallus) DI KAWASAN HUTAN DESA TUMBOHON KECAMATAN TALAWAAN MINAHASA UTARA Pinaria, Glorio D.; Saroinsong, Fabiola B.; Walangitan, Hengki D.; -, Saroyo
COCOS Vol 4, No 1 (2014)
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ABSTRACTThis study aimed to estimate the population of red jungle fowl in the Tumbohon village. The method used in this study was a survey by the shaped line transect sampling to determine the population density (density) of red jungle fowl. It can be concluded that the density of the red jungle fowl in the forest area Tumbuhon village is 24.1 birds/km2. Value of density estimation based on the observation frequency in transects was 14.1 birds/km2 up to 34.1 birds/km2, while the value of density estimation based on the number of transects was 1.7 birds/km2 up to 46.5 birds/km2.Key words : Red Jungle Fowl, Tumbohon, Line Transect, Density
IDENTIFIKASI JENIS TUTUPAN LAHAN DI KAWASAN KPHP POIGAR DENGAN METODE MAXIMUM LIKELIHOOD Muhammad, Abdul M.; Rombang, Johan A.; Saroinsong, Fabiola B.
COCOS Vol 7, No 2 (2016)
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ABSTRACTLand cover of KPHP Poigar constantly has been changing. Mapping and identification by Maximum Likelihood method was more accurate than another method. Purpose of this research is to analyze the capability Maximum Likelihood Classification to map and identify the type of land cover in KHPH Poigar area. This research was carried out in September – November 2015 and in four steps. The first step was Image Pre-processing such a Layer Stacking process. Second step consists of OIF (Optimum Index Factor) Calculation, Cropping, and Visual Image Interpretation. Third step was Ground check in KPHP Poigar area. Fourth step were Image Analyzing with Maximum Likelihood Classification method and Accuracy Test. The value of accurate test for Overall Accuracy (OA) was 85,04 percent and for Kappa Accuracy (KA) was 80,97 percent classified into Almost Perfect Agreement category. The result of land cover classification based on image analyzing with Maximum Likelihood Classification method in KHPH Poigar indicated that there are 5 types of land cover, they are forest (21597,21 ha), bareland (5799,69 ha), bush (5612,58 ha), farmland (5649,12 ha) and mixed farmland (2942,37 ha).Keywords : Maximum Likelihood, KPHP Poigar, Type of Land Cover, Accuracy
ANALISIS TINGKAT KEPUASAN BERDASARKAN PERSEPSI PENGUNJUNG DI KAWASAN EKOWISATA MANGROVE PARK BAHOWO KOTA MANADO SULAWESI UTARA Radeng, Safrin; Nurmawan, Wawan; Saroinsong, Fabiola B.
COCOS Vol 1, No 2 (2020)
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ABSTRACT The purpose of this study was to analyze the level of visitor satisfaction based on perceptions in the Mangowo Park Bahowo ecotourism area (MPB). The availability of information about the level of visitor satisfaction with the ecotourism area is expected to be an evaluation material for the manager in preparing the Mangrove Park Bahowo ecotourism development plan. This research was conducted in August-September 2019 in Bahowo, Tongkaina Village, Manado City. This research was conducted through a survey by filling out a questionnaire through interviews with 30 respondents. The data obtained were analyzed using the Likert Scale method. Based on the results of the study, the researchers concluded that MPB's natural beauty received the highest perception rating, which affected the level of visitor satisfaction giving the highest score on MPB view quality. The lowest level of visitor satisfaction for a variety of attractions, is related to the low visitor perceptions of ecotourism facilities and their arrangement.
PERSEPSI PENGUNJUNG TERHADAP PENGELOLAAN KAWASAN WISATA BUKIT KASIH KANONANG Botha, Yusviana; Saroinsong, Fabiola B.; Pollo, Hard N.
COCOS Vol 1, No 6 (2017)
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ABSTRACTImproving management efforts of a tourist area as in Bukit Kasih Kanonang Tourism Area could be based on the perception of visitors. Interview Method was used to collect data from 100 respondents for a two-month research period that was done on every Saturday and Sunday. Visitor perception assessment was using Likert Scale. The result showed that the visitor perception level is in between of 255 - 904 with the average value was on 575.5. Based on the value gained, it can be concluded that visitor perception level was not good to good enough. It means that the improving management efforts are necessary.Keywords : Management Improvement, Likert Scale, Visitor Perception, Bukit Kasih Kanonang
SISTEM AGROFORESTRI DI DESA TOLOK SATU KECAMATAN TOMPASO KABUPATEN MINAHASA Titdoy, Safrin; Thomas, Alfonsius; Saroinsong, Fabiola B.; Kainde, Reynold P.
COCOS Vol 5, No 2 (2014)
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ABSTRACTAgroforestry systems whICH are applied to each region may differ, these differences are influenced by the condition of land, social and cultural. This study aimed to describe the agroforestry systems in Tolok Satu Kecamatan Tompaso Kabupaten Minahasa. The researth was conducted in three weeks starting on August 26, 2013 until 14 September 2013. Farmers who apply agroforestry systems were interviewed based on questionnaire. Their farm lands were surveyed then. The results of this study, there are two patterns of agroforestry systems adopted by the farmers whics are agrisilvikultur and agrosilvopastoral pattern. Forestry trees (cempaka) and agricultural crops (corn, beans, bananas, tomatoes, kidney beans, sweet potatoes, cassava, cloves and coconut),were planted with regular spacing. Livestock kept by farmers such as cows and horses, were tied to the land where the agroforestry system is applied during the day.Key words : Agroforestry System