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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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The Dynamics of Spatial Structure and Spatial Pattern Changes at the Fringe Area of Makassar City Batara Surya
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 47, No 1 (2015): Indonesian Journal of Geography
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The study is conducted at the fringe area of Makassar City by analyzing dynamics of spatial structure and spatial pattern changes at the fringe area of Makassar City. It applies quantitative and qualitative approaches (mixed method). Data is acquired from some sources and informants living at the fringe area of Makassar City. Spatial utilization shift and development of transport infrastructure, especially for main road corridor connecting down town of Makassar City and fringe area, affect significantly spatial structure and spatial pattern changes at the fringe area of  Makassar City. Dynamics of spatial structure and spatial pattern changes contributes changes of resident mobility; while, development tendency of the existing spatial and land use is no longer determined based on productivity, but it is valued by functions of space and land at the fringe are of Makassar City.
Travel Characteristics and Commuting Pattern of Lagos Metropolis Residents: an Assessment OSOBA, Samson Babatunde
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 47, No 1 (2015): Indonesian Journal of Geography
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Urban travel is not solely the function of travel, but also on people’s participation in activities and how these were done. This study utilized 2,500 households’ samples in Lagos metropolis. The questionnaire about intra-city trip patterns was administered in direct proportion to the population size of each Local Government Areas (LGAs). Systematic sampling technique was used to select every tenth building on the identified streets. lt is observed that more than 95% of residents depends on roads, while less than 5% depends on Rail and Ferry. Work and business trips characterized the weekdays, while social, shopping and recreation trips dominate the weekends. This situation leads to too many vehicular traffic on the roads during the peak periods, leading to congestion and loss of valuable man-hours. Transportation planners in Lagos need to develop alternative intra-city transportation systems.
Natural Resources Investment of Oil and Gas and Regional Development Impact on Community Empowerment Ridwan Nyak Baik
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 47, No 1 (2015): Indonesian Journal of Geography
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This study was done in Bekasi district, at West Java, Indonesia, with the aims to analyze the management of upstream activities (exploration and production) of oil and gas industry and its impact on improving the quality of infrastructure, the equal benefits proportion for the corporation, local government and society, and CSR programs that would affect the community empowerment. The analysis would be calculated based on the per capita income, the number of medical personals, and the number of teachers. Based on that calculation, this study analyzed the impact of oil and gas activities to the regional development of the area under this study. Analysis of regional development was calculated through number of industry in the area, the economic growth, and local government revenue that affects community empowerment in Bekasi.Analyzed by structural equation modeling (SEM), the results showed that: (1) management of upstream oil and gas activities in this area have a positive influence, but no significant effect on community empowerment; (2) management of upstream oil and gas activities have a significant positive impact on regional development; (3) regional development has a significant positive impact on community empowerment; (4) management of upstream oil and gas activities have a greater positive influence towards community empowerment through regional development, because of the multiplier effect of the development of the region.
The Rise and Tide of the Minangkabau Traditional Trading in Kuala Lumpur: A Preliminary Research Sismudjito Sismudjito; Rizabuana Ismail; Darul Amin Abdul Munaf
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 47, No 1 (2015): Indonesian Journal of Geography
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This article is discussing on how the rise and tide of Minangkabau traditional trading occur in Kuala Lumpur. The research focused on four areas in Kuala Lumpur, Chow Kit, Kampung Baru, Kampung Dato’ Keramat and Mesjid India area, reveals that there are some small stalls of Minangkabau  traditional trading are now owned by another Indonesian ethnicity such as Acehenese and Boyanese tribe. Meanwhile, some of the businesses are still possessed by Minangkabau tribe such as Nasi Padang and textile trading. The phenomenon is affected by the lack of business innovation, capital, local competitor and the fact that they are unable to follow the trend in business. Even though,  there are some of well-developed traditional business run by Minangkabau people in Kuala Lumpur due to the existence of marketing creativity, innovative items, and the conducive partnership with another Minangkabau entrepreneurs in the textile merchant  in form of kiosk or  arcade in Mesjid India area that has connection with another counterpart of the  nationwide  including Sabah and Sarawak.
Social Action of Conversion in Islamic Art: Study on the Larasmadya Art Form in the Sleman Geocultural Region Sutiyono Sutiyono
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 47, No 1 (2015): Indonesian Journal of Geography
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The research concerned here had the purpose of learning the rationality in the social action of conversion by the farmer communities supporting the Larasmadya art form in the Sleman geocultural region. The research was qualitative in approach. The research subjects were members of the farmer communities supporting the Larasmadya art who previously supporting the Slawatan Maulud art form. The research data were compiled by means of observations, interviews, and documentation. These data were analyzed through the phases of data collection, data reduction, data examination, and drawing the conclusion. Data validation was done by means of triangulation. The research results in relation with rationality in the social action of conversion by the communities supporting the Larasmadya art form in the Sleman geocultural region indicate the following. (1) The Larasmadya art form uses the text called Serat Wulang Reh. The text contains Javanese songs influenced by Islam. In addition, the text of the songs in the Larasmadya art form depicts the life of the farmer communities supporting the Larasmadya art form in the Sleman geocultural region. (2) The presence of the Larasmadya art form implies a process of making Islam native in the Sleman geocultural region.
Geospatial Analysis of Road Traffic Accidents, Injuries and Deaths in Nigeria Tolulope Osayomi; Abidoun Ayooluwa Areola
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 47, No 1 (2015): Indonesian Journal of Geography
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RTAs in Nigeria are very high and have become progressively important because of their heavy health and financial burden. The few geographic studies on RTAs in Nigeria are limited to their mere spatial distribution and associated risk factors, with very little attention given to their spatial clustering patterns and the detection of hotspots. With the aid of Global Moran’s I and Local Getis, the study found some evidence of significant positive spatial autocorrelation, and consistent clustering of RTAs, RTIs and RTDs in the southwest from 2002 to 2007 which suggested the presence of an accident belt in the southwestern region, which has been accounted by poor road infrastructure, relatively high level of economic development and high vehicular movements. The study recommends the deployment of road safety officials to the accident belt, strict enforcement of safety belts and helmets, and periodic road maintenance.
Operation Planning Reservoir with Linear Programming Optimization Model for Water Demand of the Community In Aceh Besar District Wesli Wesli
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 47, No 1 (2015): Indonesian Journal of Geography
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On the condition before building a dam, Aceh Besar district often a shortage of water for the needs of the community, so that people difficulty in doing their activities. There is a river in the Aceh Besar district named “Keuliling River”. The river is one of the watershed sub-basins of Krueng Aceh which has large enough potential of water to increase the supply of raw water in order to meet the water needs of the Banda Aceh City and Aceh Besar district.Therefore, a reservoir building was built that able to acomodate a large capacity of water. The resorvoir was named “Keuliling Reservoir”. “Reservoir Keuliling” has 38.20 km2 watershed areas, 259.94 hectares wide puddle on Normal Water Front (MAN), a total of 18,359,078 m3 bin normal water level at an elevation of 45.80 m and has an effective pitcher of 12.99,208 m3. The reservoir also serves as a provider of raw water for the development of inland fisheries, livestock, rice fields and others. The greatest needs are to be served by the reservoir is water requirement for paddy planting season Rendeng in October to December and the gadu growing season from April to June. To meet all these requirements then performed the planning operation of reservoir. Ie, by optimizing the volume of water storage at the end of the month through the optimization of the use of inflow data and outflow data. The optimization performed with optimization models Linear Programming. The results of the optimization is the volume of water in reservoirs that have large water needs, which in October is 13,380,986 m3, in November is 76,640,036 m3 and in December is 38,104,116 m3. Where in each month of the above conditions are still effective volume reservoirs at 12,992,080 m3. The results showed that from month to month never happened reservoir conditions at the level of the dead reservoirs, this illustrates that Keuliling reservoir can meet the water needs of the community.
Usual Source of Treatment in Northeast India Pralip Kumar Narzary
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 47, No 1 (2015): Indonesian Journal of Geography
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The northeast India comprises of eight states with great socio-cultural and geo-political diversity. The region is home of several ethnic groups, quite sensitive to illegal immigration and insurgency infected. Thus, an attempt is made to understand how the health seeking behavior varies under such diversity. For the study National Family Health Survey 2005-06 data have been used. Appropriate bi-variate and multi-variate statistical techniques have been applied to draw meaningful conclusions. In entire northeast India, the percentage of households who usually avail treatment from public healthcare centres is much higher than the national average. Dependence on public healthcare centres is highest in Mizoram and Sikkim, followed by Arunachal Pradesh, whereas it is lowest in the state of Nagaland. In all the states main reasons for usually not seeking treatment from public healthcare centres is ‘no facility nearby’, ‘poor quality of care’ and ‘long waiting time’.
Socio-Economic Factors Assessment Affecting the Adoption of Soil Conservation Technologies on Rwenzori Mountain Nabalegwa Wambede Muhamud
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 47, No 1 (2015): Indonesian Journal of Geography
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This study analysed the role of socio-economic factors in influencing farmers’ adoption to soil conservation technologies in Bugoye Sub-county, Rwenzori Mountain. A cross sectional household survey design was used in this study, using systematic sampling to obtain 150 household samples. Qualitative analysis and chi-square tests were used to analyze these data. Results indicated that only 54% of the sampled households have adopted soil conservation, and revealed that eight of the nine factors significantly influenced farmers’ adoption, which are slope, farm size, farm distance from home, education level, family income, training, membership to NGOs, and credit accessibility. Only family size was insignificant. Other constraints are labour demands, cost of conservation work, land fragmentation, crop pests, and the limited agricultural extension services. It is recommended to perform training for farmers on designing soil conservation structures. Policies for empowering farmers with extra income are crucial to increase the adoption of soil conservation efforts.
Relationships between Sea Surface Temperature (SST) and rainfall distribution pattern in South-Central Java, Indonesia Bayu Dwi Apri Nugroho
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Although there has been a high relationship between global climate and rainfall in Indonesia, little evidence is available for relationship between Sea Surface Temperature (SST) and rainfall pattern in highland of country. This study evaluates the relationships between Sea Surface Temperature (SST) and rainfall distribution pattern in Gunungkidul district, highland of South-Central Java, Indonesia. Principal Component Analysis (PCA) approach was used to summarize the average of SSTs during rainy season (October to March) for the El Niño monitoring regions: IOBW (Indian Ocean Basin-Wide), Niño.West and Niño.3. Monthly rainfall data was collected from Agricultural Government of Gunungkidul district. In this area, rainfall was highest in the southern and western mountainous areas, especially near the coast, and SSTs values were highly correlated with rainfall in those areas. Almost all sub districts in Gunungkidul district has significant correlations between PC1 SSTs and rainfall during October-November-December (OND).

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