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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 Planning for Brackish Water Shrimp Ponds in The North Coast of Tuban, Indonesia Widiatmaka Widiatmaka; Wiwin Ambarwulan; Yudi Setiawan; Muhamad Yanuar Jarwadi Purwanto; Taryono Taryono; Hefni Effendi
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 47, No 2 (2015): Indonesian Journal of Geography
Publisher : Faculty of Geography, Universitas Gadjah Mada

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Shrimp is a commodity that is increasingly in demand. The limited land resources implies the need of effective land use planning. The objective of this study was to assess land suitability for brackish water shrimp ponds, which then will be recommended for pond development in the north coast of Tuban, Indonesia. Analytical hierarchy process (AHP) were used to obtain the weight of the different criteria consisted of soil characteristics, topographic, water quality, and infrastructure criteria. The suitable land for brackish water shrimp ponds was determined by weighted overlay in GIS. The results show that the study area contains highly suitable land for brackish water shrimp ponds. Land use and land cover map was interpreted from 2014 SPOT 5 imagery. The area recommended for brackish water shrimp pond wasdelineated by taking into account the suitability and the constraints of land use and land cover.
Landform Control On Settlement Distribution Pattern in Progo Delta, Indonesia Suprapto Dibyosaputro
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 47, No 2 (2015): Indonesian Journal of Geography
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Landform is part of the Earth ‘s surface whose characteristics affect resources and geomorphological hazard, and therefore, affect humans in determining their choices in building settlements. This research aims to : ( 1 ) analyze landforms control on settlement distribution pattern in abandoned Progo Delta, and ( 2 ) analyze the factors that influence humas in choicing their residental locations. Landform control on the settlement distribution was analyzed from produced geomorphological and settlement maps and overlay them. The influence factors were analyzed from the results of in-depth interviews conducted in each village in the study area. The results show that the settlement in the study area is distributed in a dispersed pattern, following the presence of abandoned delta’s natural levees. The influencing factors include flat topography that implies a good accessibility, soil fertility that defines land capability in sustaining their life, water resource availability, and security from disasters especially floods.
Effects of Management Practices on Soil Nutrient Levels in Sabke Catchment Area, Nigeria S.A Mashi; A. Yaro
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 47, No 2 (2015): Indonesian Journal of Geography
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In Nigeria’s drylands, profitable crop production requires adequate soil fertility management. This study examines the effects of farmer-managed practices on soil fertility in Sabke catchment of the drylands. Seven sites under permanent cropland, fallow land, grassland, shrubland, orchard land, intercropping land and woodland distributed on four transects were selected across the catchment. At every site, five replicate soil samples were collected from 0-15cm (topsoil) and 20-30cm (subsoil) and analysed for C, N, P, Ca, Mg, K and Na. Higher topsoil values of most of the properties were observed under cropland and intercropping sites. The two cultivated plots receive annual applications of organic manure in addition to chemical fertilizer and crops residue retention while the other plots are not. Thus, improvement in soil organic matter and nutrients would be expected in soils of the area with high rate of application of manure and chemical fertilizer, and retention of crop residues
Geographic Information System-Based Spatial Analysis of Agricultural Land Suitability in Yogyakarta Harini Rika; Bowo Susilo; Emilya Nurjani
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 47, No 2 (2015): Indonesian Journal of Geography
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Agricultural sector is the main economic activity of the society and also the source of people economy strengthening. The purpose of this study was to determine the priority direction of the development of the agricultural sector, mainly to determine the most appropriate types of commodities for each land unit that serve as local agricultural base. AHP method was integrated with GIS technique to analyze as well as to create land suitability maps for food crops. The results showed that 25.4 percent of lands in Yogyakarta is highly suitable for rice, while only 16 and 2 percent, respectively, is suitable for groundnut and corn. The limiting factors to the land suitability for these three commodities were plant roots condition, nutrients availability, nutrient retention, and soil condition. Suitable lands for rice, groundnut and corn were distributed at Ledok Wonosari, Middle Slope of Merapi, Lower Slope of Merapi and Batur Agung
FCD Application of Landsat for Monitoring Mangrove in Central Kalimantan Raden Mas Sukarna; Yulianto Sahid
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 47, No 2 (2015): Indonesian Journal of Geography
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A large amount of tropical mangrove forest in Indonesia has been lost due to rapid development in coastal areas, such as, aquaculture, industry, housing, and etc. Assessment of mangrove still mostly used conventional methods. It involves labor intensive, time consuming, high costs and impractical for use in large area. To answer these problems, this study aims to study accuracy and effectiveness of forest canopy density (FCD) model of Landsat for monitoring mangrove changes with large area ±2.600 hectares during periods 2002 and 2014 in Central Kalimantan. The result showed that FCD is capable to classified mangrove changes with overall accuracy 89.75%, and known that mangrove changes during approximately 12 years divided into four groups, i.e. deforested areas 11.11%, degraded areas 12.98%, regrowth areas 23.29% and not change areas 52.62%. Concluded that FCD model is quite accurate and effective used to monitor mangrove changes such as deforestation, degradation and regrowth.
Climate Change Dynamics and Imperatives for Food Security in Nigeria Olumide D. Onafeso; Cornelius O. Akanni; Bamidele A. Badejo
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 47, No 2 (2015): Indonesian Journal of Geography
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Decadal variability in African rainfall is projected from General Circulation Models (GCMs) to continue under elevated greenhouse gas scenarios. Effects on rain intensity, spatio-temporal variability of growing seasons, flooding, drought, and land-use change impose feedbacks at regional-local scales. Yet, empirical knowledge of associated impacts on crop yield is limited; thus, we examined the imperatives for food security in Nigeria. Bivariate correlation and multiple regression suggests impending drought in the northern region where livestock farming is predominant. Relative contributions of climate independent variables in determining crop yield by backward selection procedures with stepwise approach indexed the impacts of annual climate variability by a parameter computed as annual yield minus mean annual yield divided by the standard deviation. Results show Z-distribution approximately 5 to + 5, when < 3 or > 3 indicate impacts significant at 95% confidence levels. In conclusion, we established the interwoven relationship between climatic change and food security.
Spatial Zonation Model of Local Irrigation System Sustainability (A Case of Subak System in Bali) I Putu Sriartha; Sri Rum Giyarsih
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 47, No 2 (2015): Indonesian Journal of Geography
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This study was aimed at designing a spatial zonation model of a subak sustainability type based on the internal and external dimentions from 69 subaks in three districts in Badung regency. The internal dimention was measured based on subak capability index in implementing Tri Hita Karana (THK) philosophy. The external dimention was measured by using index of four variables, namely: road density, population density, social economic facilities, and number of nonfarmer families.The data were analyzed using descriptive quantitative technique and spatial analysis using Geographical Information System (GIS) software. The results found three zones of subak sustainability type, spatially follows the principle of distance decay of the growth of tourism and city center. Unsustainable - less sustainable subak zone dominates short distance zone, sustainable - less sustainable subak zone dominates transitional zone, while sustainable subak zone dominates long distance zone. To protect subak from destruction, less sustainable subaks have to be restored into sustainable ones and the sustainable subaks should be made eternal/exclusive subaks
OpenLISEM Flash Flood Modelling Application in Logung Sub-Catchment, Central Java Fitrie Atviana Nurritasari; Sudibyakto Sudibyakto; Victor G. Jetten
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 47, No 2 (2015): Indonesian Journal of Geography
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Juwana Catchment and Logung Sub-catchment in particular has been suffering several major past flood events with significant loss. This study conducted an assessment of flood risk by using OpenLISEM as physical soil and hydrological model to generate the single storm flash flood occurrences. The physical input data were collected from remote sensing image interpretation, field observation and measurement and literature review. There are three return periods chosen as scenarios that represent rainfall intensity in Logung Sub-Catchment. Model validation was done by adjusting initial moisture content and saturated hydraulic conductivity values to equate the calculated total discharge with the measured total discharge in several chosen dates. The results show increases in most of modeled hydrological parameter with respect to increasing of rainfall intensity.
Impacts of Human Activities on Tree Species Composition Along the Forest Savanna Boundary in Nigeria Christiana Ndidi Egbinola
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 47, No 2 (2015): Indonesian Journal of Geography
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The study investigated the tree species composition along the forest-savanna boundary in Oyo state of Nigeria with the aim of assessing the impact of human activities on the floristic composition. A transect was placed along the study area and species data was collected from quadrats placed in study plots within different study sites. Detrended Correspondence Analysis (DCA) was used to determine vegetation assemblages, while both correlation and the analysis of variance (ANOVA) were used to show the relationship between species in the different study sites. Results of the DCA revealed three species assemblages, an area with only forest species, another with only savanna species and a third with both forest/savanna species. ANOVA results further revealed that within the forest and savanna assemblages, species in mature and successional sites were alike. The study therefore revealed that human activities’ within the region is leading to the establishment of savanna species and an elimination of forest species.
Land Use Projection for Spatial Plan Consistency in Jabodetabek Diyah Novita Kurnianti; Ernan Rustiadi; Dwi Putro Tejo Baskoro
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 47, No 2 (2015): Indonesian Journal of Geography
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Land use changes in Greater Jakarta area are very dynamic because of the need for settlements and converting agricultural land. It indicates land use inconsistency regard to spatial plan that can cause land damage in the future. Land use which has potential inconsistency in the future are requires for land use control in this region. This study uses spatial analysis to look at the potential inconsistencies by comparing land use projection in the future in two scenarios that is with and without control by policies. Policies in this study are land suitability and forest allocation. The result shows that land use consistency with policies raise until 97,4 % but only 93.9 % without control by policies. Areas that could potentially have inconsistency in the future are Bogor, Bekasi, Tangerang and Jakarta North City for area which is directed as forest and buffer zones of cultivation.

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