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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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MANAGING FLOOD RISKS: LESSONS FROM KEKO MACHUNGWA INFORMAL SETTLEMENT IN DAR ES SALAAM, TANZANIA Tumpale Sakijege Sakijege
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 45, No 1 (2013): Indonesian Journal of Geography
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/ijg.2402

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Globally, world urban population has been increasing and by 2050 it is expected to reach70% of the world population. This is a challenge because new settlements are emerging andmost of them are taking place informally in developing countries. Forms of urbanization indeveloping countries are not in favor of poor people. As a result, majorities are forced toreside informally in areas prone to natural hazards in general and floods in particular.Literatures prove that informal settlements are a major factor in the increase of floodsbecause most of them lack of basic infrastructures and there is poor coordination from thedevelopment activities. These together contribute to the increase of vulnerability of informalsettlement inhabitants into different risks associated with floods as a result of climaticchange. The paper therefore assesses surroundings of informal settlements under theumbrella of factors that cause risks and how they are managed and spell out relevant policyimplications. Findings show that factors that increase flood associated risks in the settlementinclude: housing densification, solid waste management, sewers and drains management,blocked streams, water sources, livestock keeping, and accessibility.
SPATIAL INEQUALITIES IN THE PROVISION OF PRIVATE HEALTH FACILITIES IN OYO STATE Olaniyan Femi Abiodun
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 45, No 1 (2013): Indonesian Journal of Geography
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/ijg.2403

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This paper examines the spatial pattern of the provision of private health facilities and whatthe pattern portends for health needs in an era of global warming using the 33 LocalGovernment Areas of Oyo State as spatial units of analysis. The data used for this study werecollected from Oyo State Hospital Management Board and the National PopulationCommission. The findings of the study generally show that there are enormous spatialinequalities in the provision of private health facilities in the study area. Gini Coefficient andthe associated Lorenz Curve confirm that there is generally an unequal distribution of privatehealth facilities in the study area. The curve suggests that the most vulnerable segment of thepopulation to the health consequences of global warming are precluded from utilizing privatehealth facilities. Oyo state’s experience thus shows that there is need for policy measuresthat will ensure unrestricted access to health facilities in an era of global warming.
HAZARD ASSESSMENT TO TIDAL FLOOD INUNDATION (Case Study: Tegal Municipality) Riswan Septriayadi; Johannes Hamhaber
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 45, No 1 (2013): Indonesian Journal of Geography
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/ijg.2404

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Tegal Municipality is one of coastal cities suffering from tidal flood inundation. This paperaims to assess current and future hazards to understand the extent of the inundation. Fieldobservation, questionnaires, in-depth interviews, as well as secondary data collection havebeen great tools in achieving the research objectives. It is found that households in researchlocation are dominated by low hazard indexes. The results are influenced both by currentautonomous and planned adaptation strategies conducted by affected households andgovernments. It is also found that due to its relatively low-lying area, Muarareja is the firstvillage affected by inundation depth increase. A 10 cm inundation depth scenario results inthe inundation of more than 85% of Muarareja’s total area. Meanwhile in Tegalsari,Mintaragen, and Panggung, a 10 cm inundation depth scenario results in inundation of lessthan 21% of total areas.
THE ROLE OF URBAN AREA AS THE DETERMINANT FACTOR OF POPULATION GROWTH Sri Rum Giyarsih; Muhammad Arif Fahrudin Alfana
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 45, No 1 (2013): Indonesian Journal of Geography
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/ijg.2405

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This research aims to (1) find the determinants for the increase of population growth rate and(2) understand the role of urban area as the pulling factor for the migrant. This research heldin Yogyakarta Special Region since the population growth has increasing during 2000-2010.Secondary data from the Bureau of Statistic (BPS) were used for the main analysis. Dataprocessing and analysis were performed by using descriptive-quantitative method.The resultof this research indicates that population growth rate in Yogyakarta Special Region isaffected by the increase of immigration from the other provinces. This migration is referred tothe recent migration, in which people entering this province as motivated by educational,family, sense of security, tourism, and job seeking background. This research also revealsthat Yogyakarta City and Sleman Regency becomes the center for pulling the migrant. This isespecially due to its function as the base for economy, educational city, area with stablesecurity, and low cost of living.
ASSESSING THE EFFECTS OF LAND USE CHANGE ON RUNOFF IN BEDOG SUB WATERSHED YOGYAKARTA Aris Prasena; D.B. Pikha Shrestha
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 45, No 1 (2013): Indonesian Journal of Geography
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/ijg.2406

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The study was to assess the effects of land use change on runoff in the Bedog sub watershed.Soil and Water Assessment Tool-Water Balance (SWAT-WB) hydrological modeling was usedto predict runoff for years of 2001, 2006, and 2010. Land use in Bedog has rapidly changedin last few decades due to agglomeration process in Yogyakarta City. Coverage of mixedgarden decreased during period of 2001-2010 despite still as predominant land use in total.On the other side, change detection analysis revealed that there was an increase ofsettlements coverage from 9.51% to 13.79% in the same period. Sensitivity analysis revealedthat soil properties were the most sensitive parameters on runoff generation. Calibration wasperformed for years of 2001, 2006, and 2010 and the result shows an acceptableperformance in runoff simulation. Changes in land use were responsible for an increase inthe annual runoff between 3.42% – 4.67%. This study showed that dynamics of runoff can bepredicted by forecasting and simulating future land use.
THE INFLUENCE OF PUBLIC PARTICIPATION ON SUSTAINABLE TRANSPORTATION AND REGIONAL DEVELOPMENT IN MEDAN Hairulsyah Hairulsyah
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 45, No 1 (2013): Indonesian Journal of Geography
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/ijg.2407

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Sustainable transportation becomes very important in a certain town since it can influence thedevelopment of the town itself. One of the sustainable transportations is angkot (urban publictransportation). Urban public transportation is one of the means of land transportation whichis mostly used in big towns in Indonesia, including Medan. The aim of the study was toanalyze the influence of public participation on sustainable transportation and regionaldevelopment in Medan. There were 400 respondents who used urban public transportation inMedan. They were divided proportionally into 21 sub-districts in Medan. The data wereanalyzed by using Structural Equation Modeling (SEM) with an AMOS version 18 program.The hypothetical test was obtained by seeing the probability value or by seeing thesignificance of the correlation of each variable such as public participation, sustainabletransportation, and regional development. The result of the study showed that there was theinfluence of public participation on sustainable transportation and regional development inMedan. Public participation could also directly influence regional development in Medan.
A MODEL OF COLLABORATIVE FOREST RESOURCES MANAGEMENT TO IMPROVE THE PROSPERITY OF POOR FAMILY FARMERS IN EAST JAVA Nasikh Nasikh
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 45, No 1 (2013): Indonesian Journal of Geography
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/ijg.2408

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The model of collaborative forest resources management between the local government andpoor Pesanggem families becomes one of important alternative strategies to develop forestssustainably and equitably. The focus of this research is the collaborative forest resourcesmanagement between the local government and Pesanggem farmers. The aim of the researchis to analyze how far the local government and Pesanggem farmer involve in thecollaborative forest resources management. The research is conducted in Pasuruan andMalang. The number of respondent involved in the research is 60 respondents. The researchfinding shows that the participation level of the local government and Pesanggem farmers inthe collaborative forest resources management is quite high. The activities of the respondentsin the collaborative forest resources management are deciding the planting location,planning, evaluating, monitoring, and preparing the seedbed. The income level of Pesanggemfarmers that actively involve in managing the forest resources is also quite high. The averageof their income is Rp 500.000,- up to Rp 650.000,- per month. This means that they give highcontribution to the family income.
THE EFFECT OF SOCIO-ECONOMY TOWARDS CONSERVATION AT CI TANDUY WATERSHED Dede Sugandi
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 45, No 1 (2013): Indonesian Journal of Geography
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22146/ijg.2409

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The aims of the study are: 1) Analyzing positive effect of resident’s income towards resident’sparticipation on conserving Ci Tanduy watershed 2) Analyzing negative effect of resident’sknowledge towards resident’s participation in conserving Ci Tanduy watershed, 3) Analyzingnegative effect of land possession towards resident’s participation in conserving Ci Tanduywatershed 4) Analyzing effort to improve resident’s socio-economy which supportsmaintenance and protection effort of Ci Tanduy watershed. Study method which is used issurvey with analysis with quantitative method. Analysis technique which is used is linearRegression. Area population is Ci Tanduy Watershed. Resident population is farmers andfishermen around the wwatershed. Analysis conclusion shows that 1) There is positive effectof income towards participation, 2) There is negative effect of knowledge towardsparticipation, 3) There is negative effect of land possession toward participation, 4) Areaphysical condition, which affects erosion and participation, requires resident participation.

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