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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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TRADITIONAL FARMING PRACTICES AND WASTEWATER IRRIGATION FARMING IN PERIURBAN, ZAMBIA Evaristo Mwaba Kapungwe
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 44, No 2 (2012): Indonesian Journal of Geography
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/ijg.2393

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Studies on urban and peri urban agriculture in Zambia have not adequately tackled issuespertaining to farming practices in wastewater irrigation farming. The investigated thefarming practices in relation to heavy metal contaminated wastewater irrigated farming attwo peri urban areas in Zambia. The method comprised observation of crop cultivationactivities at field plots located at intervals along transects established in the stratified landzones at the two study sites namely New Farm in Mufulira and Chilumba Gardens in Kafue.The results revealed that farming practices were characterised by traditional landmanagement farming practices and traditional multiple cropping systems which wereinfluenced by a combination of agro ecological factors as well as availability of heavy metalcontaminated wastewater which has the potential to contaminate soils and crops. Thefarming practices were based on adaptation of traditional production systems to peri-urbanwastewater irrigation farming which confirmed the results from other developing countries.
AGRICULTURAL LAND CONVERSION: DETERMINANTS AND IMPACT FOR FOOD SUFFICIENCY IN SLEMAN REGENCY Rika Harini; Hadi Sabari Yunus; Kasto .; Slamet Hartono
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/ijg.2394

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The research was conducted in Sleman Regency with 3 study area based on the extent ofagricultural land conversion. The purpose of this research is to examine the determinants ofagricultural conversion internally and externally, as well as the impact on the availability offood, especially rice. The research was conducted by survey method and statistical analysisregression Ordinary Least Square. The resultsof this research showed that the internalfactors which significantly affect land conversion is the price of land and land location in allareas of study. External factors have significantly positive are variable population, landconversion rules and land location, while the variable GDP in the agricultural sectornegatively. Availability of rice in Sleman Regenct zone 1 indicates the region from 1983 to2025 for the population minus the rice sufficiency. In zone 2 region between 1983 and 2005but it is still a surplus between 2006 and 2025 minus. In the area of zone 3 is projectedthrough 2025 the availability of rice is sufficient
COMMUNITY BASED APPROACH TO ASSESS FLOOD RISK PERCEPTION ALONG CODE RIVER Diah Noor Heryanti; Nanette C. Kingma
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/ijg.2395

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This p a p e r presents a flood risk perception and coping mechanism along CodeRiver, Yogyakarta Municipality based on the community approach. A total of 90households were interviewed. Data were analysed using Statistical Package for theSocial Sciences (SPSS) Program. The result indicated that there are no differencesof flood risk perception among the zones (p >.05). Perception of flood risk is influencedby several variables: gender, length of stay, RW’s risk level, distance betweenrespondents’ house and river and impact level of flood. Whereas, all types of community’scoping mechanism (technological, social, and economical) are influenced by impact levelof flood.
TOURISM AREA LIFE CYCLE IN LAKE TOBA Victor Lumbanraja
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 44, No 2 (2012): Indonesian Journal of Geography
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/ijg.2396

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This research aimed to analyze both development level and pattern in tourism area aroundLake Toba basing on its life cycle (Butler, 1980). Samples were tourism spots in 7 regenciesin the area of Lake Toba; respondents included 195 householders and 198 tourists.Combined approach (qualitative and quantitative) in this research resulted in thedifferentiation within each spot in the area whose developments do not fully follow the linearline as it is assumed by Butler (1980) i.e. emphasizing the factor of tourist number as a mainindicator in a development. Empirically, all of these tourism spots, as illustrated in previousstudies, experienced a “jump” of development especially on their tourist numbers. Beside thedetermination of quantitative indicator of tourist number, this also happened due to directcorrelation with the factor of product as well as tourism attraction including demographicand economic characteristic of the market of tourists and also the factor of superstructureesp. tourism institutions and policies.
COMMUNITY- BASED APPROACH TO REDUCE EARTHQUAKE VULNERABILITY IN KATHMANDU VALLEY Punya Sagar Marahatta
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 44, No 2 (2012): Indonesian Journal of Geography
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/ijg.2398

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Nepal is a vulnerable country in terms of multiple disasters and one of them is earthquakes.Disaster risk management experts believe that one of the ways to reduce thevulnerabilities is by adopting a community-based disaster risk management approach.Unfortunately, Nepal has limited resources; the culture of insurance against disastersdoes not currently exist. This paper describes the findings of research conducted intraditional settlements of Kathmandu Valley multiple case studies, household surveys,and community-based participatory research have identified that the culture ofparticipation in local development activities and fundraising at the local level couldcontribute to disaster risk management in traditional settlements of Kathmandu Valley. Thispaper thus suggests developing resilience governance at the community level throughconsumer cooperatives in order to reduce vulnerability to earthquakes and capitalize onalready existing financial, human, and social capital and resources.
INITIATION OF THE DESA TANGGUH BENCANA THROUGH STIMULUS-RESPONSE METHOD S. Maarif; F. Damayanti; E.D. Suryanti; A.P. Wicaksono
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 44, No 2 (2012): Indonesian Journal of Geography
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/ijg.2399

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The model of “desa tangguh bencana” (disaster resilient village) has to be initiated throughstimulus program. Social values existed in local community are basic capital in establishingdisaster resilient village. Mapping the site properties and characteristics is an essential stepto capture the community’s level of vulnerability and capacity. Establishment of “desatangguh bencana” is one of methods to involve local community in community based disasterrisk reduction (CBDRR). The initiation of disaster resilient in Pagubugan Kulon was donethrough stimulus-response method to introduce safe and resilient culture. Building up thegood understanding of disasters becomes one important way to rise up the communitypreparedness. The community response in Pagubugan Kulon to the disaster stimuli is theestablishment of “desa tangguh bencana pratama”.
LAND USE MODEL FOR BUILDING BASED ON CARRYING CAPACITY OF CITY LAND (CASE STUDY: PALU CITY) Amar amar
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 44, No 2 (2012): Indonesian Journal of Geography
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/ijg.2400

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This study aims to model the growth trend of the extent of land use for building based on thecarrying capacity of land in Palu city which is known as Bay City in accordance with theprediction of time. Methods of research were carried out with the approach of spatial andquantitative methods. The results show that Palu city as Bay City has the characteristics ofurban land that is quite specific to the protected area. There is still available land forbuilding i.e.: ± 13.151,13 ha (34.74%) with a growth rate of land use for building in thefuture 2.72% per year, area of cultivation will be fully filled in the year 2056 with thecapacity of 1.052.730 people. Carrying capacity of land in Palu city until the year 2056 hasnot exceeded the threshold, either by the land consumption per capita or by the level density.
BOOK REVIEW Bradshaw, M; George W. White, Joseph, P. Dymond; and Elizabeth Chacko (2007). Contemporary World Regional Geography: Global Connections; Local Voices. McGraw Hill Higher Education Boston 2nd Edition, Hard Cover Price: Not Stated. M.O. LAWAL
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ERRATUM: LAND USE MODEL FOR BUILDING BASED ON CARRYING CAPACITY OF CITY LAND (CASE STUDY: PALU CITY) Amar amar
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 44, No 2 (2012): Indonesian Journal of Geography
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