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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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Change Phenomena of Spatial Physical in the Dynamics of Development in Urban Fringe Area Batara Surya
Indonesian Journal of Geography Vol 48, No 1 (2016): Indonesian Journal of Geography
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Abstract The study aims at analyzing change of spatial physical, spatial articulation, spatial structure, social and agglomeration and deagglomeration of function in the dynamics of development in the fringe area of Hertasning-Samata, Makassar City. Spatial physical changes are designated by the presence of new socio-economic functions that drive spatial structure changes, spatial articulation, social changes and agglomeration/deagglomeration of function in the fringe area of Hertasning-Samata. It applies quantitative and qualitative approaches (mixed method). Data is acquired from some sources and community informants living in the fringe area of Hertasning-Samata, Makassar City. Rapid and revolutionary spatial physical changes contribute positively to spatial structure changes, spatial pattern, agglomeration/ deagglomeration of area function. Spatial function change which had been dominated by commercial function becomes the determinant of social changes in the fringe area of Hertasning-Samata. Domination of mastery of reproduction of space by capitalism shows differences in mastery of reproduction of space significantly between space of capitalism and space of pre-capitalism. It sharpens economic stratum, status differences, between space of capitalism and space of pre-capitalism and socio-community classes. The dynamic of spatial physical change causes orientation shift to community activity which had run along dialetic of modernity and rationalization of action in local community.Abstrak Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk menganalisis perubahan fisik spasial, artikulasi spasial, perubahan struktur ruang, perubahan sosial, aglomerasi fungsi dan dis-aglomerasi fungsi dalam dinamika pembangunan kawasan pinggiran Hertasning-Samata Kota Makassar. Perubahan fisik spasial ditandai dengan keberadaan fungsi-fungsi kegiatan sosial-ekonomi baru, mengondisikan perubahan struktur ruang, artikulasi spasial, perubahan sosial dan aglomerasi/dis-aglomerasi fungsi kawasan pinggiran Hertasning-Samata. Penelitian ini menggunakan pendekatan kuantitatif dan kualitatif (mixed method). Data diperoleh dari beberapa sumber dan informan komunitas yang mendiami kawasan pinggiran Hertasning-Samata Kota Makassar. Perubahan fisik spasial yang sangat cepat dan revolusioner berkonstribusi positif terhadap perubahan struktur ruang, pola ruang, aglomerasi/dis-aglomerasi fungsi kawasan. Perubahan fungsi ruang yang didominasi fungsi komersil menjadi determinan perubahan sosial pada kawasan pinggiran Hertasning-Samata. Dominasi penguasaan reproduksi ruang oleh kapitalisme menunjukkan perbedaan penguasaan reproduksi ruang yang sangat signifikan antara ruang kapitalisme dan ruang prakapitalisme, berdampak pada penajaman strata secara ekonomi, perbedaan status, dan kelas-kelas sosial komunitas. Dinamika perubahan fisik spasial menyebabkan pergeseran orientasi kegiatan komunitas yang berjalan sejajar dengan dialektika modernitas dan rasionalisasi tindakan dalam komunitas lokal.
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Assessment of Recreational Facilities in Federal Capital City, Abuja, Nigeria Cyril Kanayo Ezeamaka; Olumide Akinwumi Oluwole
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Abuja Master Plan provided development of adequate Green Areas and other Recreational Facilities within the Federal Capital City (FCC), as part of its sustainability principles and provided for these recreational facilities within each neighborhood (FCDA, 1979). However, there have been several recent foul cries about the negative development of recreational facilities and the abuse of the Master Plan in the FCC.  The motivation for carrying out this study arose from the observation that recreational facilities in Phase 1 of the Federal Capital City Abuja are not clearly developed as intended by the policy makers and thus, the need to identify the recreational facilities in the Phase 1 of FCC and observe their level of development as well as usage. The field survey revealed that the Central Business District and Gazupe have higher numbers of recreational facilities with 45 and 56. While Wuse II (A08) and Wuse II (A07) Districts have lesser recreational facilities with 10 and 17. The field survey further revealed that all the districts in Phase 1 have over 35% cases of land use changes from recreational facilities to other use. The survey shows that over 65% of these recreational facilities are fully developed. The study also shows that just about 11% of the recreational sporting facilities were developed in line with the Abuja Master Plan in Phase 1. The study revealed that recreational facilities in Phase 1 of the FCC, Abuja has not being developed in compliance with the Abuja Master Plan.
Farmers Commitment in Maintaining Wetted land Ownership Status in Peri-Urban Area of Yogyakarta Sudrajat sudrajat
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The existance of wetted land in Peri-urban Yogyakarta can not separated from the farmer’s commitment. This research is aimed to analyze farmer’s commitment in maintaining wetted land ownership status in Peri-Urban Yogyakarta and to identify its influencing factors. This research is conducted in peri-urban area of Yogyakarta by taking some wettted land’s owners who are active in farming, as the respondents. The meaurement of farmer’s commitment indicators are done by likert scale. The result indicated that farmers in Peri-urban area of Yogyakarta have low commitment in maintaining wetted land ownership status.  Low level of farmer’s commitment are reflected from the low commitment to prevent the desire to sell the wetted land,  to rent out the wetted land for non-agricultural use and to change the wetted land for non-agricultural use. This research also indicated that the low commitment is also significantly influenced by wetted land price, wetted land location, and its social value.
Indonesia’s Forest Resource Monitoring Belinda Arunarwati Margono; Ahmad Basyirudin Usman; Budiharto .; Ruandha Agung Sugardiman
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Forest cover in term of distribution, extent and types, is major information required to manage the forest resources. Notably for Indonesia, which covers by approximately 98 Mha (>50%) forests, consist of 93 Mha (49.6%) natural forest and 5 Mha (2.6%) plantations forest. The forests are invaluable, including significantly preserve carbon, maintain unique biodiversity, support water and mineral cycle, as well as support local and global community. Here we report efforts have been made for years in the Ministry of Forestry for providing land cover information. Those efforts are including early development, data sources selection, method employed, techniques, and classification scheme, as well as problem encountered and approach for improvements.
Mapping of Traffic-Related Air Pollution Using GIS Techniques in Ijebu-Ode, Nigeria Oludare Hakeem Adedeji; Olasumbo Oluwafunmilayo; Tope-Ajayi Opeyemi Oluwaseun
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Spatial and temporal characteristics of traffic related air pollutants (CO, NO, NO2 and SO2) in Ijebu-ode, Nigeria were determined using replicate portable gas detectors (Land Duo Multi Gas Monitor) at selected road junctions, motor garages and markets. Mapping of different concentration of air pollutants was carried out using kriging type of interpolation method in GIS environment. Concentration of CO ranges from 4.8 ppm at Erinlu/Molipa Roundabout to 137ppm on Sagamu/Ore Expressway. Concentrations of NO2  range from 100-662 ppb with overall average value (OAV) of 299.8 ppb, while concentration of nitrogen oxide (NO) ranges between 67-302 ppb and OAV of 166.23 ppb. SO2 had concentration ranging between 38-245 ppb and an OAV of 139.07 ppb all of which are above standard ambient air quality standards. AQI indicated very unhealthy air quality in most areas which calls for the need to establish and strengthen the health-based standard for air pollutants.
Spatial Settlement Pattern of Settlements in Laweyan as Supportive Batik Production Activities Rinaldi Mirsa; Sugiono Soetomo; Asnawi Asnawi
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Laweyan, a traditional village, has existed before 1500 AD. As the trade center yarn (clothing material) of Pajang Kingdom, its presence meant after Kyai Ageng Anis (descendant of Brawijaya V) and grandson Raden Ngabehi Lor Ing Pasar who later became the first king of Mataram settled in Laweyan in 1546. Laweyan entrepreneurship in the communities ushered in the heyday of batik economic in century. Successfulness in the field of economy turned an impact on development in various fields, helped shape the pattern of space and environment. Spatial pattern and traditional settlements are usually much characterized by the mass of buildings that have appeared in the form of walls covered choke and surrounded by alley or narrow street, as seen in Laweyan with the existence of high ‘beteng’ which raises many narrow alleys and a Laweyan hallmark not only as a security but also one of the merchants attempt to maintain the privacy and obtain local authority in the community.
Groundwater Salinity Distribution in Sub-District Kedung, District Jepara Ilham Erie Maulana; Sudarmadji Sudarmadji
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The groundwater salinity in Kedung Sub-district, near the coastal area, is the result of the salt water that comes into the aquifers and the salt water seepage from the surface. The broad groundwater salinity is because of the recent land condition that is resulted from the deposition in the ocean. The nature of the groundwater in-Sub-distric from all aquifers consists of 14% saline groundwater, 48% brackish groundwater and 38% fresh water. The number of community that has brackish until saline ground water property is 19.202 people, so that the domestic water need for the community is 1.344.378 liters/day. Such environmental condition makes the residents make some adaptation. The adaptation of the land use aspect is by making the western region as a fishponds region and the eastern one as a rice fields region. Adaptation in community activities is to fulfill the needs by working as farmers (on the rice fields, fish ponds or salt ponds) or as the fishermen. Adaptation is also made to minimize the threat of disasters, such as the manufacture of levees, weirs or dams and diversions to prevent the spread of tidal flooding.

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