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STUDI POTENSI PRODUKSI OKSIGEN HUTAN KOTA DI KAMPUS UNIVERSITAS INDONESIA, DEPOK Afrizal, E. Irwan; Fatimah, Indung Siti; Sulistyantara, Bambang
Jurnal Lanskap Indonesia Vol. 2 No. 1 (2010): Jurnal Lanskap Indonesia (JLI)
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Problems faced by urban area progressively becomingcomplex that can be seen from the growing of built area in town and the decreasing of green space area. The aim of this study is to evaluate influence of urban forestat University of Indonesia Depok as green space area to supply O2and also factors influencing the availibility of O2. Research executed at urban forest University of Indonesia Campus in Depok, South Jakarta. Method which is used in this study is survey method using oxygen requirement approach by Gerarkis. Estimation of student and resident amount also oxygen requirement can be calculated using trend linear analysis method and Doubled Interest Formula. Internal factors of the system are the amount of motor vehicle and residents. This research has given result that UI urban forest?s ability in supplying O2required by motor vehicle has been degraded. Whileits ability to supply O2for residents has been increased.
STUDI PENGARUH AREA PERKERASAN TERHADAP PERUBAHAN SUHU UDARA (STUDI KASUS AREA PARKIR PLAZA SENAYAN, SARINAH THAMRIN, DAN STASIUN GAMBIR) Saputro, Tri Hijrah; Fatimah, Indung Siti; Sulistyantara, Bambang
Jurnal Lanskap Indonesia Vol. 2 No. 2 (2010): Jurnal Lanskap Indonesia (JLI)
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Urban development converts greenery open space become built area, such as office area, settlement, recreation area, shopping  center, etc. The increasing of paving area leads of increasing of air temperature,decreasing thermal comfort, reflecting the phenomena of Urban Heat Islands. It  could be detected at the microscale to mesoscale, as well as parking lots constructed vast at some urban area.This research was conducted to know change of air temperature and humidity at three urban parking lots (Plaza Senayan, SarinahThamrin, and Stasiun Gambir), was held on May 2005. The resuilt showed that dairy air temperature was increasing from morning, and reaching peak at noon or at 2 pm. Parking lot having tree shading showed 0.33 ? 0.84 degree Celcius lower than that of incovering by tree shading. This means tree shading promotes the  parking lots with thermal comfort.
KAJIAN POTENSI FASILITAS PENDIDIKAN SEBAGAI OBYEK WISATA PENDIDIKAN PERTANIAN DI KAMPUS INSTITUT PERTANIAN BOGOR DARMAGA Riyani, Elvia; Sulistyantara, Bambang
Jurnal Lanskap Indonesia Vol. 2 No. 2 (2010): Jurnal Lanskap Indonesia (JLI)
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Institut Pertanian Bogor (IPB) merupakan salah satuuniversitas negeri di Indonesia berkompetensi terhadap pertanian yang memiliki potensi fasilitas pendidikan dan alam sebagai obyek wisata pendidikanpertanian. Penelitian ini bertujuan menginventarisasi dan mengkaji fasilitas pendidikan yang berpotensi sebagai obyek wisata pendidikan pertanian di kawasan Kampus IPB Darmaga serta keterkaitannya dalam konsep ?Wisata Pendidikan Pertanian?. Penelitian ini dilakukan dengan metode deskriptif. Hasil studiberupa inventarisasi fasilitas-fasilitas pendidikan yang berpotensi, konsep pengembangan kawasan wisata pendidikan pertanian secara deskriptif, dan  peta potensi wisata pendidikan pertanian di IPB Darmaga.
A COMPARATIVE STUDY ON THE PERCEPTION OF FOREST LANDSCAPE USING LIST METHOD BETWEEN UNIVERSITY STUDENTS OF JAPAN AND INDONESIA Pratiwi, Prita Indah; Sulistyantara, Bambang; Gunawan, Andi; Furuya, Katsunori
Jurnal Manajemen Hutan Tropika Vol. 20 No. 3 (2014)
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Forest is not only assessed for timber production, but also for public interests. It is not easy to measure the multiple functions and existence values that forests represent to local residents. The purposes of this research were to classify landscape image aspects of students using LIST (Landscape Image Sketching Technique), to know students' attributes influencing perception, and to formulate the differences of forest landscape characters. The research was conducted in three stages: landscape image survey, landscape image analysis, and forest landscape interpretation. LIST method was applied to classify landscape image aspects. Chi-square test was applied to examine the significant differences between students of Japan and Indonesia to perceive forest landscape, while cluster analysis was applied to characterize forest landscape. The results showed that 10 prominent components were detected in both countries. The only attribute influencing perception for Indonesian students was gender. Japanese students categorized forest type into needle leaf, broadleaf, and unknown forest type, while Indonesian students classified forest type into broadleaf and unknown forest type. The results of this study might be useful as a guidance for forest landscape design in Japan and Indonesia. 
PEMANFAATAN CITRA LANDSAT 8 UNTUK ANALISIS INDEKS VEGETASI DI DKI JAKARTA Lufilah, Siti Novianti; Makalew, Afra DN; Sulistyantara, Bambang
Jurnal Lanskap Indonesia Vol. 9 No. 1 (2017): Jurnal Lanskap Indonesia
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In Article 28 of Law No. 26 Year 2007 on Spatial Planning, plan of providing and utilization of green open space are included in the spatial planning aspects of the city, where the extent of at least 30% of the area of a city. Jakarta which has a total land area of 66.233 hektare achieve, there are currently only 14,94% of the total extent of which is open space. In support of green open space program, it would require the calculation of the land area of green space appropriately, so that the remote sensing data are increasingly being used to measure green open space. This article presents a study on the utilization of Landsat 8 to analyze the vegetation index using the Normalized Difference Vegetation Index (NDVI). NDVI employs the Multi-Spectral Remote Sensing data technique to find vegetation index, land cover classification, vegetation, water bodies, open area, scrub area, hilly areas, agricultural area, thick forest, thin forest with few band combinations of the remote sensed data. Remote sensing, especially Landsat 8 and geographic information systems (GIS) are used to obtain information about the appearance on the earth surface. From the empirical study, the class of sparse vegetation ranged from 0.1795?0.3172 (37.29% of vegetation area; 12,03% of Jakarta area), the class of medium vegetation ranged from 0.3173?0.4110 (25.36% of vegetation area; 8,18% og Jakarta area), and class of heavy vegetation ranged from 0.4111?0.7086 (37.35% of vegetation area; 12,05% of Jakarta area). The rest of the area instead of vegetation about 67,4% of Jakarta area.Keywords: geographic information systems (GIS), green open space, Jakarta, Landsat 8, NDVI
PENERAPAN SISTEM PERANGKAT PENILAIAN PADA KAWASAN PERUMAHAN, STUDI KASUS KAWASAN PERUMAHAN DI KOTA BOGOR, INDONESIA Rejoni, Rahmat; Sulistyantara, Bambang; Fatimah, Indung Sitti
Jurnal Lanskap Indonesia Vol. 8 No. 2 (2016): Jurnal Lanskap Indonesia
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Sustainable regional development is one of the government program, but in Indonesia there has been no direct assessment for the sustainable region. This is caused by the assessment tools that available now is not completed yet. Objectives of the study were to compare some assessment tools to formulate the considered best tools; to analyze the practice of one of the green assessment tools in Indonesia, specifically sustainable regional development assessment tools for a residential area in Bogor City; and to give an overview for the residential area that has green concept development generally in Indonesia and Bogor City in particular. Result of this study shows that the assessment tools in Indonesia still needs improvement, and that the green concept of the researched residential area is not suitable with criteria from assessment tools. Thus recommendation is proposed, based on minimum score of the existing assessment tools.
EFEKTIFITAS VOID DAN TAMAN INTERIOR PADA KENYAMANAN TERMAL DI DALAM RUANG Hakim, Luqmanul; Gunawan, Andi; Sulistyantara, Bambang
Jurnal Lanskap Indonesia Vol. 8 No. 2 (2016): Jurnal Lanskap Indonesia
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ABSTRACTComfort in a place is a dream shared by all people while doing all kinds of activities, consequently all the factors that promote comfort activity will be attempted to be met, such as sufficient space, adequate facilities, adequate lighting, comfortable aeration, safety, beauty, self-esteem and so forth.The concern of this study is how comfort can be achieved by combining natural factors with environmental factors such as plant-made form void (vertical openings) in the design of a simple house. Combination of the two factors is expected to increase comfort in the simple house, that is a change in thermal comfort factors such as the flow of wind speed, air humidity and air temperature in the room. The study was conducted as utilizing experimental method (experimental), is that creating two (2) rooms of the same size but with different treatment, one room (a) with voids and one other room (b) without voids.This study found that, 1). the existence of voids in a room are very significant in improving thermal comfort of the room, 2). the existence of plants as an element of the interior garden are less significant in improving thermal comfort of the room 3). the interaction between the void and garden does not make a significant contribution in improvingthe thermal comfort of the room. Provision of void in a room will increase the speed of air flow.This study provides voids and garden design solutions that can provide the convenience factor, especially the aeration of space by minimizing the use of artificial energy such as electricity and maximize the use of natural resources.  
THE DIFFERENCE IN PEOPLE’S RESPONSE TOWARD NATURAL LANDSCAPE BETWEEN UNIVERSITY STUDENTS OF JAPAN AND INDONESIA Pratiwi, Prita Indah; Furuya, Katsunori; Sulistyantara, Bambang
Jurnal Manusia dan Lingkungan (Journal of People and Environment) Vol 21, No 2 (2014)
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People in different culture distinguish in their response to the environment, especially in interpretation and understanding of the perceived landscape. In order to plan and manage the environment for the selection of landscape with the aim of special care, protection, and amenity, it is crucial that people effectively participate and measure the existing values which nature represents to local residents. The purpose of this study was to clarify the differences of landscape recognition of Japan and Indonesia and to find the landscape element which is highly valued. The study was conducted with the following six steps, namely, photos collection, photo grouping, preference evaluation, exoticism evaluation, analysis, and recommendation. Cluster analysis (Ward’s method, squared Euclidean distance) was applied for the analysis of photo categories, and Mann-Whitney U Test was applied to examine the significant differences. In photo grouping, seven natural landscape photos of Japan and Indonesia were categorized in different groups. Forest photos were categorized as wetland by Japanese students. Two rivers, lake, and forest photos were categorized by Indonesian students, but Japanese students categorized it as forest and mountain in distant view. Japanese students also distinguished the wetland as wetland in distant view and wetland in close-up view. The results of preference evaluation show that significant differences were detected in 25 photos of 68 photos. The exoticism evaluation detected significant differences in 48 photos of 68 photos. Neither Japanese nor Indonesian students recognized forest and wetland. However, either the Japanese or Indonesian students preferred waterfall or coast than the others. Based on exoticism evaluation, river and wetland were not recognized, but coast and waterfall were recognized by both of countries. Both of countries shared commonality in landscape photographs evaluation of preference and exoticism, but differences had been found in landscape recognition based on the way of seeing landscape.
KONSEP PENATAAN LANSKAP UNTUK WISATA ALAM DI KAWASAN TAMAN WISATA ALAM SORONG Beljai, Matheus; Muntasib, Harini E.K.S; Sulistyantara, Bambang
Jurnal Manusia dan Lingkungan (Journal of People and Environment) Vol 21, No 3 (2014)
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Taman Wisata Alam Sorong (TWAS) merupakan suatu kawasan hutan yang memiliki potensi sumberdaya lanskap dan potensi wisata yang baik, seperti: keragaman topografi, hidrologi, flora dan fauna, pemandangan alam serta aksesibilitas yang mudah. Saat ini TWAS belum dimanfaatkan secara optimal, sehingga perlu pemanfaatan sumberdaya dan ruang yang ada. Pengembangan zonasi pemanfaatan wisata dibuat berdasarkan hasil analisis kesesuaian potensi biofisik lahan dan potensi obyek dan atraksi wisata alam yang ada di TWAS. Penataan lanskapnya mengacu pada konsep dasar taman wisata alam sesuai UU No. 5 Tahun 1990 sebagai suatu kawasan pelestarian alam yang dimanfaatkan untuk tujuan pariwisata alam (wisata alam) dan disesuaikan dengan kondisi biofisik kawasan dan keragaman obyek dan atraksi wisata alam. Zona yang dapat dikembangkan di TWAS ialah zona intensif, zona semi intensif dan zona ekstensif. Ruang yang dapat dikembangkan ialah ruang penerimaan dan pelayanan, ruang wisata inti, ruang wisata penunjang dan ruang konservasi.
ECO-AESTHETICS GREEN PANEL PADA BANGUNAN RUMAH TINGGAL Serlan, Wiwiek Dwi; Gunawan, Andi; Sulistyantara, Bambang
Jurnal Lanskap Indonesia Vol. 5 No. 2 (2013): Jurnal Lanskap Indonesia
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ABSTRACTGlobal climate changing and air condition warming has affect human thermal comfort quality. In 1961-1990 period, Indonesia ambient temperature increased to ± 0.5 ºC. It was projected that the temperature increase about 1.8 to 4.0 ºC in 2000-2050. In a fact, Indonesia comfortable temperature is about 27-28 °C. That comfortable can be created by natural elements such as plants. However, the problems of urban settlement is land limitation and land economic value. Plants presence like green open space was difficult to maintain in urban area. So the solution is made plant procurement by verticultur techniques, for example green panel. Green panel has function as secondary skin (second layer) to protect building from direct solar radiation, and also create comfortable micro climate inside building.The aims of this study was created standard criteria of green panel for house building base on eco-aesthetic principles. This study used calculation of temperature decreasing to evaluate green panel effect. Scenic Beauty Estimation (SBE) and Semantic Differential (SD) was used to assess green panel visual quality. Parameters tested of this study were distance of plant placed and plant types. The best plant combination of green panels are Cuphea hyssopifolia and Iresine herbstii which were placed on 0-50 cm distance from residential buildings walls.Keywords: green panel, eco-aesthetic, thermal comfort, house building.