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Indonesian Journal of Geography
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Indonesian Journal of Geography ISSN 2354-9114 (online), ISSN 0024-9521 (print) is an international journal of Geography published by the Faculty of Geography, Universitas Gadjah Mada in collaboration with The Indonesian Geographers Association. Our scope of publications includes physical geography, human geography, regional planning and development, cartography, remote sensing, and geographic information system. IJG publishes its issues three times a year in April, August, and December.
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THE INTERMEDIATE CITYY CONCEPT REVIEWED AND APPLIED TO MAJOR CITIES IN SUMATRA, INDONESIA William A Withington
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 16, No 51 (1986): Indonesian Journal of Geogrphy
Publisher : Faculty of Geography, Universitas Gadjah Mada

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/ijg.2163

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A concept of "the intermediate city" has had various definitions as an analytically valuable tool in studying urban systems, particularly those in Less Developed Countries. The Intermediate City concept is reviewed and a flexible usage recommended through application of the concept to major cities in Sumatra, Indonesia. The nine major cities identified are examined for the 1961 – 1980 years in terms of their qualities as intermediate or major cities; distinctive changes during the period; and the extent to which these Sumatran intermediate cities may be representative of major cities in the broader urban system of Indonesia, Southeast Asia, and Monsoon Asia
Population in urban development and the practical problems of urban planning policy in Africa Joseph Uyanga
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 16, No 51 (1986): Indonesian Journal of Geogrphy
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/ijg.2164

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The paper analyses the pattern of recent growth in African towns, examines the population component in this growth process and discusses the attendant urban planning problems. The contention in the study is that there are problems of definition. policy enunciation, and organisational co-ordination in the conceptualization. planning. orchestration and implementation of urban development and service systems. The magnitude of African urban developmental problems, and its multi-faceted nature demands that the latest in scientific knowledge and technological innovations should be integrated and incorporated into the urban planning and implementation processes.
Geography with the environmental satellites J.P. Gastellu Etchegorry
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 16, No 51 (1986): Indonesian Journal of Geogrphy
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/ijg.2165

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Coarse spatial resolution, high temporal frequency data from the earth polar orbiting (NOAA. HACMM, Nimbus, etc.) satellites and from the geostationary (GOES. Meteosat, and GMS) satellites are presented to demonstrate their utility for monitoring terrestrial and atmospheric processes. The main characteristics of these ,satellites and of the instruments on board are reviewed. In order to be useful for environmental assessments. the remotely sensed data must be processed (atmospheric and geometric corrections, etc.). The NOAA Center provides a wide range of already processed data. such as meteorological. oceanic, hydrologic and vegetation products; o rough description of these preprocessed data is given in this article. Finally, some examples of applicotions in Southeast Asia and especially in Indonesia, are described, i.e.: agroecosystem, drought and oceanic monitoring. The paper concludes that coarse resolution, high temporal frequency ,satellite data are very valuable for environmental studies. the emphasis being laid on the improve. ment of the crop and drought assessment programmes.
Spot simulation for urban study Dulbahri Dulbahri
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 16, No 51 (1986): Indonesian Journal of Geogrphy
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/ijg.2166

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This paper discusses the SPOT simulation performances with Toulouse area as an example. An Overflight of the Toulouse area was made; resampling of 10 m and 20 m resolution combining with XS/ and XS2 in the creation of the simulation image was used in an effort to study Toulouse urban area. Manual interpretation without fieldchecks is used in this study. Toulouse urban land use can be distringuished and is easily delineated. Based on spectral characteristics, roof reflectance, road pattern, texture, and shape analysis the relative urbanization can be known. The relative network density can be measured so that the building and population density can be estimated using the SPOT simulation image.
Urban environment assessment: special reference to terrestrial and aerial photographic approaches Hadi Sabari Yunus
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 16, No 51 (1986): Indonesian Journal of Geogrphy
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/ijg.2168

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The following discussion particularly stresses the techniques or research methodologies concerned with urban environment assessment. Given the fact that monitoring the quality of the urban environment is prime, some practical approaches to that problem are seriously needed. Due to the complex nature of the urban environment in terms of the elements, interrelationships of elements, and dynamic nature of their interactions, the author devises a model in the form of a combination approach to assess the urban environmental condition.The variety of urban environments reflects the social, economic, cultural, political, technological and demographic background of the nation and accordingly there should be a wise selection of the applied techniques and the environmental criteria used for assessing the urban environmental condition.The combination approach is an integration of terrestrial and aerial photographic approaches. Since each of the aforementioned approaches has its own weaknesses, the combination approach is expected to cover those weaknesses and can give more effective, accurate and reliable data on the urban environmental assessments.
Environmental change and household livelihood strategies: preliminary observations from field work in different locations David A Preston
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 16, No 51 (1986): Indonesian Journal of Geogrphy
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/ijg.2169

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The theoretical framework and objectives of a study of environmental change and evolving household livelihood strategies, which will include field work in Central Java, are outlined. Preliminary results of previous, related field work in Luzon (Philippines) and highland Ecuador (South America) are reported. Two changes that seem of importance in both areas so far studied are the increasing importance of commercial farming in central locations (near to village centres) and the decreasing intensity of use of land on the periphery of rural communities. Preliminary observations in Central Java suggest that household livelihood strategies are more diversified than in either case study area in Luzon or Ecuador and that such diversification has increased through time. The relative importance of farming and the use of natural resources does not seem to have diminished.
SIR-A views our environment An Experiment in the Batu Angkal Area, West Kalimantan, Indonesia Sutanto Sutanto; Zuharnen Zuharnen
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 16, No 51 (1986): Indonesian Journal of Geogrphy
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/ijg.2170

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Cloud cover is a serious problem for remote sensing in Indonesia. Some areas, around 10% to 20% of the land territory, are almost never cloud-free. The only system of remote sensing capable of overcoming cloud cover problem is that applying microwave energy. This article deals with a radar system being operated by the Columbia shuttle imaging radar A in 1981 in the Batu Angkal area, West Kalimantan, Indonesia. The choice of the study area is due to the availability of collateral material such as topographic map. land use map, and false color photographs.The study is aimed at learning the interpretability of SIR-A image of 1:500,000 which is blown up to 1:250,000 for the study of the.environment of this area. The method used in the identification of environment is applying the physical characteristics of objects (tone, texture, shape, size, direction in relation to the illumination, surface roughness, and dielectric constant) to trace it.The discernable elements of the environment of the study area are listed sequentially based on the ease of identqicaiton: rivers and dissected hills, unpaind forest and lowland forest, wetfields, and road and settlement.Factors affecting the ease of identification are. mainly tonal contrast, shape, size, surface roughness, direction in relation to the illumination, and dielectric constant. Due to the future availability of SIR-B image of Kalimantan, further study is recommended.
An annotated bibliography on geographic information systems applications in developing countries Sukendra Martha
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 16, No 51 (1986): Indonesian Journal of Geogrphy
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/ijg.2171

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Geographic Information Systems (GIS) are needed to assist national development because GIS can manipulate and analyze geographically-referenced data to support the decision making process of an organization. A problem faced in developing countries is that decision making is not always based on integrated information.This annotated bibliography is compiled for three reasons:1. The lack of GIS research in developing countries.2. Although GIS are potentially useful, because of the limited amount of publish ed research, there is little information available about GIS applications. Thisbibliography presents relevant publications to remedy this deficiency.3. It is believed that geographic information systems in developing countriesneed to be improved to facilitate the use of the integrated, comprehensive in formation to assist the country's development.This bibliography summarizes GIS procedures in general and GIS on selected countries: Costa Rica, Argentina, India, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, and Indonesia.

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