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Indonesian Journal of Geography
ISSN : 00249521     EISSN : 23549114     DOI : -
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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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LAND USE AND TRANSPORT PLANNING IN THE GREATER KAMPALA, UGANDA Amin T. Kiggundu; Stephen Mukiibi
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 44, No 1 (2012): Indonesian Journal of Geography
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/ijg.2386

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Urban land use (also known as spatial planning or urban form) has a big influence andimpact on the way transport systems are planned and managed in large cities. In Kampalafor example, transport systems are largely inefficient because of the failure by the cityauthorities to adopt an integrated approach towards land use and transport planning. Due toa multifarious and complex land tenure system, the provision of roads and other transportrelatedinfrastructure such as parking facilities and bus terminals has become virtuallyimpossible. This paper examines the impact of land use on transport planning in Kampala inview of the city’s recent experience. It also draws lessons from the experiences of the rolemodel cities in Asia. To address key transportation challenges such as rapid motorizationand traffic jam, it is critical that land use-based strategies such as transit malls, land valuecapture, constructing high density buildings (both commercial and residential) along thetransit lines as well as establishing park and ride facilities are adopted by the urbanmanagers and city policy makers.
RIP CURRENTS SIGNATURES ZONE DETECTION ON ALOS PALSAR IMAGE AT PARANGTRITIS BEACH, INDONESIA Arry Retnowati; Muh Aris Marfai; J.T. Sri Sumantyo
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/ijg.2387

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Having bay and gulf morphology as cresentic beach, Parangtritis coast has been known potentiallythreat by rip currents hazard. This study aims to identify and detect breaking wavesregion and surf zone on ALOS PALSAR images, and identify and extract the cove shapeshoreline morphology of Parangtritis beach. ALOS PALSAR Fine Beam Single (FBS) HH polarizationacquired on 2nd May 2007 and 17th June 2007, off nadir angle 34.3º, and in descendingmode level 1.0 were utilized to derive amplitude information using Sigmasar. Shorelinemorphology detection showed that the cusps system has not changed much during May toJune 2007 when PALSAR images acquired, but might have shifted individually. The use ofoptical sensor with the same spatial resolution, ALOS AVNIR-2, supports to distinguish theboundary and determine the shoreline morphology of Parangtritis beach.
THE RELATIONS BETWEEN URBAN PARKS AND PERSONAL WELL-BEING IN BRISBANE, SOUTH-EAST QUEENSLAND, AUSTRALIA Hoàng Công Trí; Nguyễn Thanh Hùng; Muhammad Kamal
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 44, No 1 (2012): Indonesian Journal of Geography
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/ijg.2388

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The positive impacts of urban parks on human health have been analysed in many studies,but nearly none of them provide a suitable method to explain quantitatively the satisfactionand dissatisfaction of park uses on personal health. Bayesian Belief Network (BBN) wasemployed to examine individually well-being spirit in relation to the changes of quality ofparks and the joyfulness on access to parks. This study aims to find answers for questions‘why and where are people happy or unhappy with their health in connections to urbanparks?’ The data for Brisbane area were extracted from the quality of life survey in South-East Queensland, Australia. 70% data was used for learning model parameters; the rest wasfor model testing. The generated model had 73.17% accuracy, and it was imported to ArcGISfor constructing probabilistic maps. Due to the high density of sample points, InverseDistance Weighted (IDW) interpolation was chosen to illustrate the probable happiness andunhappiness on personal health. The result shows that quality of urban parks controlledstrongly the fulfilment of personal health. Local governors can successfully enrich the qualityof urban lives by improving the quality of parks in some specific regions.
PHYSICAL WATER QUALITY RESPONSE TO RAINFALL OF BETON KARST SPRING AT GUNUNGKIDUL REGENCY - YOGYAKARTA INDONESIA M. Widyastuti; Sudarmadji Sudarmadji; Sutikno Sutikno; Heru Hendrayana
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/ijg.2389

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Beton karst spring is located in the Ponjong sub District Gunungkidul Regency, at thewestern part of Bribin undergorund river catchment area. The purpose of this study are: 1) toknow the variations of rainfall and discharge in the research area, 2) to know thecharacteristics of the physical water quality of Beton spring and 3) to determine therelationship between the variations of the rainfall toward the discharge and the physicalwater quality of Beton spring. This study uses survey methods and the techniques of datacollection using sample by purposive sampling. The variables are rainfall (the depth andintensity), spring discharge and physical water quality of spring (EC, T, TDS, turbidity). Thedata analysis is conducted graphically and descriptively to explain the relationship betweenthe variations of rainfall to the discharge and physical water quality of spring. The resultsshow the rainfall has variations include the pattern, events and the amount of rainfall. Betonspring has high discharge variations. The physical water quality of the spring meets to thewater quality standards according to the Government Regulation number 82 years 2001. Thestrong correlation between rainfall variations to the discharge and the physical water qualityof Beton spring can be seen clearly. It is reflected from the high value of R2.
CLIMATE CHANGE AND LIVELIHOOD: THE TWO SIDES OF A COIN Odufuwa, B.O; Odufuwa, B.A; Fasina, S.O
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 44, No 1 (2012): Indonesian Journal of Geography
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/ijg.2390

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The economic, social, cultural and physical environment of man is interrelated with climatechange. This can be justified by several cities and people, particularly in developingcountries facing alarming threats of climate change. Scholars affirmed that low or poorcapacity to mitigate climate change in most developing cities would in long term swamp thenatural and human capacity systems required to adapt to prevailing impacts of climatechange. The impacts of climatic change on socio-economic activities have being a disturbingdevelopmental issue for governments in developed and developing world. In Most countriesclimate change is a notable environmental factor that shape and re-shape sources oflivelihoods. It has over time forced vast number of people into shackle of poverty throughdestruction of their means of livelihoods. This in recent time manifested in the lost ofproperties, lives, and destruction of infrastructural facilities. This paper unveiled the nexusbetween global climate change and livelihoods. It explored the concepts of livelihood andvulnerability in relation to climate change and its consequent impacts on livelihoods. Thepaper also examines the roles of governance towards adapting and mitigating the effects ofclimate change. It emphasized the need for improved infrastructural facilities, environmentaleducation/ enhanced climate change awareness programme, improved and monitor physicalplanning activities, good/effective governance and establishment of climate change insurancescheme.
SPATIOTEMPORAL CHARACTERISTICS OF EXTREME RAINFALL EVENTS OVER JAVA ISLAND, INDONESIA Supari Supari; Sudibyakto Sudibyakto; Janneke Ettema; Edvin Aldrian
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 44, No 1 (2012): Indonesian Journal of Geography
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/ijg.2391

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The patterns and trends of extreme daily rainfall within period of 1981 – 2010 have beenanalyzed for Java Island, Indonesia particularly East Java Province. A set of extreme indicesrecommended by WMO were calculated using high quality data from 84 rain stations toexpress the frequency and intensity of those events. The spatial patterns was identified bymapping climatological mean of indices while temporal trends was assessed using the nonparametricMann-Kendal test. The study found that the spatial pattern of extreme rainfallevents over East Java Province is generally characterized by low frequency and intensity inthe coastal area, and high frequency and intensity in the mountainous area. The dominantfinding from trend assessment is not-significant trend. However, the consistently significanttrend was observed in some districts. Rain stations in District of Ponorogo, Ngawi,Bojonegoro, Gresik and Sumenep showed significant negative trend for almost all indiceswhereas significant positive trend was found in District of Surabaya and Pasuruan.
WEB-BASED SPATIAL INFORMATION SYSTEM TO SUPPORT COLLABORATIVE LAHARS DISASTER MANAGEMENT Jumadi Jumadi; R. Suharyadi; Arbind M. Tuladhar
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 44, No 1 (2012): Indonesian Journal of Geography
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/ijg.2392

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After the 2010 eruption of Merapi, some areas at Sleman Regency experienced with laharsdisaster. Many agencies have their own responsibility to overcome the problems incollaborative work. Nevertheless, it is lack of spatial/GIS data support on their decisionmaking as well as on their communications. The main objective of this research was todevelop spatial information system to support collaborative lahars disaster managementespecially for response and recovery phase of the impact on infrastructures at SlemanRegency. Questionnaires and semi-structured interviews were used to investigate their needof the spatial data and the data availability. Basically respondents agreed that spatial datais important in their communication and decision making support. Specifically, theapplication is utilized with specific spatial analysis tools to support decision makingprocesses. The users’ evaluation of the prototype resulted that almost all of respondents givea good mark to the system.

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