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Identification and Spatial Pattern of Kao Bay Bathymetry Based on UNCLOS Yulius, Yulius; Salim, H L
Forum Geografi Vol 29, No 1 (2015): Forum Geografi
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Kao Bay is located in the province of North Maluku between Regency of North Halmahera and West Halmahera. The study aims are to identify bay criteria according to UNCLOS and bathymetry based on Nautical Chart. The methods used in this study are the identification of the bay area under UNCLOS and spatial analysis using GIS software. The result shows that Kao Bay has a coast line length of 127.7 km, a mouth bay cover line of 11.1 km, total surface area of  964.38  km2, and total surface semi-circular bay cover area of 48.4 km2. The total surface area larger than the area of the semicircle bay cover area. It has been full compliance with the criteria required by UNCLOS. Spatial analysis, found that for the depth of water in Kao Bay can be divided into six classes, these are: (1) 0 – 100 meter with area of 964,38 km2, (2) 100 - 200 meter with area of 667.25 km2, (3) 200 - 300 meter with area of 556.95 km2, (4) 300 - 400 meter with area of 376.89 km2, (5) 400 - 500 meter with area of 202.44 km2, (6) 500 - 600 meter with area of 2.22 km2.
Island Identification at River Estuary Based on Toponymy (Case Study: River Estuary of Bulungan, BulunganRegency, North Kalimantan Province) Yulius, Yulius; Suhelmi, Ifan Ridho; Ramdhan, M
Forum Geografi Vol 28, No 1 (2014)
Publisher : Universitas Muhammadiyah Surakarta

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Toponymy is the scientific study of geographical names. Island Toponym represents step of island identi- fication by identifying its name and geographic position. Island Identification in toponymy was conducted through desk study and field survey. Desk study was implemented to obtain earlier description of islands physical condition, social and culture of local people. Field survey to obtain names of the islands was carried out by interviewing local people and positions were measured by using a simple GPS system then validated using nautical chart Dishidros publications 1997 and Image from Google Earth in 2013. The Survey at Bulungan Regency of East Kalimantan Province, 19 islands had been identified 7 islands which have not been listed at DEPDAGRI (Ministry of Internal Affairs) in 2004 but the other 10 islands have been named, and 9 island which is not drawn yet in sea chart published by DISHIDROS TNI-AL.
Spatial Pattern of Bathymetry in Wangi-Wangi Island and Its Surrounding Based on GEBCO Data and Nautical Map Yulius, Yulius; Salim, H L; Ramdhan, M
Forum Geografi Vol 29, No 2 (2015): Forum Geografi
Publisher : Universitas Muhammadiyah Surakarta

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The study aims is to define bathymetry based on General Bathymetric Chart of the Oceans (GEBCO) and Nautical Map using GIS technique. The methods used in this study are the kriging method which combines the spatial correlation among the data using GIS and Remote Sensing software. The result shows that bathymetry at research area can be divided into five classes, these are: (1) 0-2 meter with area of 1.797,61 hectare, (2) 2-5 meter with area of 2.059,06 hectare, (3) 5-10 meter with area of 1.184,02 hectare, (4) 10-25 meter with area of 3.025.00 hectare, (5) 25-200 meter with area of 5.648.62 hectare.The spatial pattern of bathymetry dispersed from the shallow water at the edge of beach and more deep at the offshore, except at the eastern side of Wangi-Wangi island which has barrier reef and created basin between them.
Perkembangan Pemikiran dan Pengaturan Penyalahgunaan Wewenang di Indonesia (Tinjauan Singkat dari Perspektif Hukum Administrasi Negara Pasca Berlakunya Undang-Undang Nomor 30 Tahun 2014 Yulius, Yulius
Jurnal Hukum dan Peradilan Vol 4, No 3 (2015)
Publisher : Puslitbang Hukum dan Peradilan

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Penyalahgunaan wewenang merupakan konsep yang selalu tumbuh dan berkembang dalam ranah hukum publik. Konsep ini merupakan alat uji yang penting, bagi jalannya roda pemerintahan. Karena, tindakan dan/atau keputusan badan dan/atau pejabat pemerintahan bukan otoritas yang tanpa batas. Perlu adanya pembatasan atau lembaga yang mengawasi tindakan dan/atau keputusan pemerintahan tersebut. Lembaga yang dimaksud adalah lembaga peradilan. Pasca dinormakannya penyalahgunaan wewenang dalam Undang-Undang Nomor 30 Tahun 2014 tentang Administrasi Pemerintahan (khususnya Pasal 21), ada pandangan yang berbeda dalam menyikapi penegakan hukumnya. Hal ini terkait dengan kompetensi absolut lembaga peradilan, yaitu PTUN dan Peradilan Umum (Pidana/Tipikor). Untuk itu, perlu ada kejelasan makna dalam norma yang mengatur penyalahgunaan wewenang tersebut. Agar tidak terjadi kesimpangsiuran dalam implementasinya. Oleh karenanya, perlu adanya pemahaman makna penyalahgunaan wewenang dengan mengkajinya dari sudut perkembangan pemikiran dan pengaturannya dari perspektif hukum administrasi negara.
Island Identification at River Estuary Based on Toponymy (Case Study: River Estuary of Bulungan, BulunganRegency, North Kalimantan Province) Yulius, Yulius; Suhelmi, Ifan Ridho; Ramdhan, M
Forum Geografi Vol 28, No 1 (2014): July 2014
Publisher : Universitas Muhammadiyah Surakarta

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.23917/forgeo.v28i1.436

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Toponymy is the scientific study of geographical names. Island Toponym represents step of island identi- fication by identifying its name and geographic position. Island Identification in toponymy was conducted through desk study and field survey. Desk study was implemented to obtain earlier description of islands physical condition, social and culture of local people. Field survey to obtain names of the islands was carried out by interviewing local people and positions were measured by using a simple GPS system then validated using nautical chart Dishidros publications 1997 and Image from Google Earth in 2013. The Survey at Bulungan Regency of East Kalimantan Province, 19 islands had been identified 7 islands which have not been listed at DEPDAGRI (Ministry of Internal Affairs) in 2004 but the other 10 islands have been named, and 9 island which is not drawn yet in sea chart published by DISHIDROS TNI-AL.
Spatial Pattern of Bathymetry in Wangi-Wangi Island and Its Surrounding Based on GEBCO Data and Nautical Map Yulius, Yulius; Salim, H L; Ramdhan, M
Forum Geografi Vol 29, No 2 (2015): December 2015
Publisher : Universitas Muhammadiyah Surakarta

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.23917/forgeo.v29i2.1113

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The study aims is to define bathymetry based on General Bathymetric Chart of the Oceans (GEBCO) and Nautical Map using GIS technique. The methods used in this study are the kriging method which combines the spatial correlation among the data using GIS and Remote Sensing software. The result shows that bathymetry at research area can be divided into five classes, these are: (1) 0-2 meter with area of 1.797,61 hectare, (2) 2-5 meter with area of 2.059,06 hectare, (3) 5-10 meter with area of 1.184,02 hectare, (4) 10-25 meter with area of 3.025.00 hectare, (5) 25-200 meter with area of 5.648.62 hectare.The spatial pattern of bathymetry dispersed from the shallow water at the edge of beach and more deep at the offshore, except at the eastern side of Wangi-Wangi island which has barrier reef and created basin between them.
Identification and Spatial Pattern of Kao Bay Bathymetry Based on UNCLOS Yulius, Yulius; Salim, H L
Forum Geografi Vol 29, No 1 (2015): July 2015
Publisher : Universitas Muhammadiyah Surakarta

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.23917/forgeo.v29i1.788

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Kao Bay is located in the province of North Maluku between Regency of North Halmahera and West Halmahera. The study aims are to identify bay criteria according to UNCLOS and bathymetry based on Nautical Chart. The methods used in this study are the identification of the bay area under UNCLOS and spatial analysis using GIS software. The result shows that Kao Bay has a coast line length of 127.7 km, a mouth bay cover line of 11.1 km, total surface area of  964.38  km2, and total surface semi-circular bay cover area of 48.4 km2. The total surface area larger than the area of the semicircle bay cover area. It has been full compliance with the criteria required by UNCLOS. Spatial analysis, found that for the depth of water in Kao Bay can be divided into six classes, these are: (1) 0 – 100 meter with area of 964,38 km2, (2) 100 - 200 meter with area of 667.25 km2, (3) 200 - 300 meter with area of 556.95 km2, (4) 300 - 400 meter with area of 376.89 km2, (5) 400 - 500 meter with area of 202.44 km2, (6) 500 - 600 meter with area of 2.22 km2.
Heavy Reliance on the Indirect Financing as Sources of Funds for Business Firms in Japan: As a Comparison for Indonesian Financial Crisis Yulius, Yulius
Journal the Winners: Economics, Business, Management, and Information System Journal Vol 2, No 2 (2001): The Winners Vol. 2 No. 2 2001
Publisher : Bina Nusantara University

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The purpose of this article is to study the implication of financial liberalization to the heavy reliance of firms to the indirect finance in Japanese experience. In order to analyze the goal of this article, we start to examine the causes of the main bank system in Japan before and the pre-war period. Then, this article discusses the impacts of financial liberalization to the to the heavy reliance on the indirect-financing for business firms in the light with Japan’s financial market, particularly the main bank system. Finally, this article also discusses the implication of loose relationship of big firms and major banks (main bank system) to the recent financial condition in starting from the early of 1990s until now. This article discovered that financial liberalization, which started at the latter half of 1970s, has shaken the foundation of the main bank system. The major firms started to less dependent on the major banks and they issued the securities in domestic and international market. As a consequence, the SMBS still depend on the banks as their source of indirect financing. However, the competitiveness in the SMBS market turned to erode the bank profits that induced them to enter the risk activities, such as real estate. In addition, the bubble burst economy also triggered the boom in real estate. Naturally, as a nature of risk asset, loan to the real estate became the potential of bad loans that also was exacerbated the bubble burst in economy. Then, the financial crisis has revealed in 1990s.
PERKEMBANGAN PEMIKIRAN DAN PENGATURAN PENYALAHGUNAAN WEWENANG DI INDONESIA (TINJAUAN SINGKAT DARI PERSPEKTIF HUKUM ADMINISTRASI NEGARA PASCA BERLAKUNYA UNDANG-UNDANG NOMOR 30 TAHUN 2014) Yulius, Yulius
Jurnal Hukum dan Peradilan Vol 4, No 3 (2015)
Publisher : Puslitbang Hukum dan Peradilan MARI

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.25216/jhp.4.3.2015.361-384

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The authority abuse is a concept that is always develop behind the realm of public law. This concept is an important measurement, for the wheels of the government. The actions and/or decisions of the agency and/or government officials are not unlimited authority. It is important for restriction or agency that oversees the actions and/or decisions of the government. The institution in question is the judiciary. Post the normalization of authority abuse in the Act No.30 of 2014 About Administration (particularly Article 21), there are different views in dealing with law enforcement. This is related to the absolute competence of the judiciary, namely the Administrative Court and the General Court (Criminal/Corruption). In that case, there needs to be clarity of meaning in the norms that regulate the abuse of authority. To avoid confusion in its implementation. Therefore, the need for understanding the meaning of abuse of authority by evaluating them in terms of the development of thinking and the settings from the perspective of administrative law.Keywords: Meaning, Authority, Law Enforcement
PENENTUAN TELUK BERDASARKAN HUKUM LAUT INTERNASIONAL STUDI KASUS: TELUK EKAS, PULAU LOMBOK Ramdhan, Muhammad; Salim, H. L.; Yulius, Yulius; Arifin, Taslim; Y.P., Fajar
GEOMATIKA Vol 20, No 2 (2014)
Publisher : Badan Informasi Geospasial in Partnership with MAPIN

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Indonesia sebagai negara kepulauan memiliki banyak teluk. Teluk sebagai suatu estuaria tertutup memiliki peran strategis sebagai salah satu sumber daya ekologi dan layanan lingkungan. Paper ini mencoba menyajikan kriteria penentuan teluk menurut UNCLOS, dengan aplikasi langsung untuk wilayah Teluk Ekas - Pulau Lombok. Menurut UNCLOS, definisi teluk adalah bentukan laut yang menjorok ke arah daratan dengan luas area yang lebih besar daripada luasan setengah lingkaran berdiameter mulut lekukan di teluk tersebut. Hasil menunjukkan bahwa peta RBI produk dari Badan Informasi Geospasial (BIG) belum sepenuhnya mengacu pada kriteria teluk yang disyaratkan oleh UNCLOS.Kata Kunci: Kriteria Teluk, UNCLOS, Teluk EkasABSTRACT       Indonesia as an archipelagic country has many bays. As an enclosed estuary, bay area has a strategic role as source of ecological resources and other environmental services. This paper will present a criterion to determine the bay area under UNCLOS, with direct application to Ekas Bay-Lombok Island. According to the UNCLOS definition, the bay area is a marine formation which protrudes toward the mainland with an area larger than the area of the semi-circle had a diameter of curvature at the bay mouth. The results showed that the bay area in Topographic Maps from Agency of Geospatial Information (BIG) had not been fully refers to the criteria required by UNCLOS.Keywords: Bay criteria, UNCLOS, Ekas Bay