Sumbangan Baja, Sumbangan
Jurusan Ilmu Tanah, Fakultas Pertanian, Universitas Hasanuddin, Makassar

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Mineral Tanah sebagai Indikator Stabilitas Tanah pada Daerah Berlereng: Studi Kasus Tombolopao Kabupaten Gowa Ahmad, Asmita; Lopulisa, Christianto; Imran,, A.M; Baja, Sumbangan
Jurnal Ecosolum Vol 7, No 1 (2018): JUNI
Publisher : Universitas Hasanuddin

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Soil forming process can influence soil stability, especially on a sloping area, which is currently related to landslides. This research aims to study mineral content in the soil as an indicator to evaluate soil stability in slope area. Soil texture analyzed with hydrometer and soil mineral analyzed with Kerr method. Soil parent rock comes from Tpbv (Tertiary Pliocene Baturape Volcanic) Formation that consists of lava, breccia, tuff, and conglomerate. Soil texture in A horizon dominated with silty clay loam and in B horizon with silty clay. Clay content in A horizon to B horizon increase ranges from 2-6%. Soils mineral have been weathering on the physical and chemical, which caused cracking on minerals lattice and formed clay minerals inside it. The presence of clay minerals between soil mineral particles can cause mutual repulsion force and cause friction particles that triggering the movement of particles in a small scale when soil saturated by water and triggers soil movement (landslide).
LAND SUITABILITY AND PROBLEMS ASSESSMENT FOR FOOD CROP DEVELOPMENT BASED ON PEDO-AGROCLIMATE AND RESOURCE MANAGEMENT Kandari, Aminuddin Mane; Baja, Sumbangan; Ala, Ambo; ., Kaimuddin
International Journal of Sustainable Tropical Agricultural Sciences Vol 1, No 1 (2014)
Publisher : International Journal of Sustainable Tropical Agricultural Sciences

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This  study specifically aimed to:  (i) identify of pedo-agroclimate characteristics, (ii) evaluate of  potential avaibility land,  suitability  land  and  problems  for food crops development, (iii) develop planting  and land  recource  management.  This  study was conducted  on  the mainland Buton  Regency, the  used  a spatial analysis method employing GIS.   The study  results showed that: (i) the mainland Buton  regency had relatively varied characteristics of land biophysic. For climate aspects, the region had low and uneven distributed rainfall; (ii)  potential land avaibility for food crops development in study area was : 74,664.64 ha, where the land suitability level of S2 of 5,096.52 ha, S3 of 44,521.38 ha, and the rest was N1 and N2.  The Land suitability classes for crop plant in the study area were: S3 and N1 except for cassava, there were S2, S3, and N. Similar problems were found in almost all areas, i.e. high soil pH >7  -8.5 or low 4 - 4.5, P2O5 content was very low, high air humidity  > 90% or low < 30%, high erosion risk, high slope >15 - 25%, high level of surface rocks >40%, high level of surface layer >40%, very high erosion risk, very high slope >25%), shallow effective dept < 20 cm; (iii) the land resource management, suggested were  improvements: i.e: drainage system, nutrient retention through liming and addition of organic matter for CEC and pH, nutrient availability through liming and fertilization, mechanization potency on slopy area, erosion risk level through reducing erosion rate, making terrace, parallel contour planting, cover crop planting, terrace construction for rice at slopes 3 -8%  and  8 - 15%, water availability through improvement of irrigation system.
Landuse Changes Refer to Spatial Planning Regulations at Kelara Watershed Area: An Analysis Using Geospatial Information Technology Ramlan, Andi; Neswati, Risma; Baja, Sumbangan; Nathan, Muhammad
Forum Geografi Vol 29, No 1 (2015): Forum Geografi
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The purpose of this study is to analyze land use changes in the Kelara watershed and to assess the suitability of current land use changes with the spatial planning regulation of Jeneponto within Kelara basin. This study integrates various survey techniques, remote sensing, and geographic information system technology analysis. Geospatial information used in this study consists of Landsat ETM 7+ satellite imagery (2009) and Landsat 8 (2014) as well as a number of spatial data based on vector data which is compiled by the Jeneponto Government. Remote sensing data using two time series (2009 and 2014) are analyzed by means of supervised classification and visual classification.  The analysis indicated that land use type for the paddy fields and forests (including mangroves) converted become a current land use which is inconsistent with the spatial planning regulation of Jeneponto.The use of land for settlement tends to increase through conversion of wetlands (rice fields). These conditions provide an insight that this condition will occur in the future, so that providing the direction of land use change can be better prepared and anticipated earlier.
Landuse Changes Refer to Spatial Planning Regulations at Kelara Watershed Area: An Analysis Using Geospatial Information Technology Ramlan, Andi; Neswati, Risma; Baja, Sumbangan; Nathan, Muhammad
Forum Geografi Vol 29, No 1 (2015): July 2015
Publisher : Universitas Muhammadiyah Surakarta

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.23917/forgeo.v29i1.795

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The purpose of this study is to analyze land use changes in the Kelara watershed and to assess the suitability of current land use changes with the spatial planning regulation of Jeneponto within Kelara basin. This study integrates various survey techniques, remote sensing, and geographic information system technology analysis. Geospatial information used in this study consists of Landsat ETM 7+ satellite imagery (2009) and Landsat 8 (2014) as well as a number of spatial data based on vector data which is compiled by the Jeneponto Government. Remote sensing data using two time series (2009 and 2014) are analyzed by means of supervised classification and visual classification.  The analysis indicated that land use type for the paddy fields and forests (including mangroves) converted become a current land use which is inconsistent with the spatial planning regulation of Jeneponto.The use of land for settlement tends to increase through conversion of wetlands (rice fields). These conditions provide an insight that this condition will occur in the future, so that providing the direction of land use change can be better prepared and anticipated earlier.
DRYLAND LAND-USE CONFLICTS IN HUMID TROPICS: AN ANALYSIS USING GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS AND LAND CAPABILITY EVALUATIONS Neswati, Risma; Baja, Sumbangan; Arif, Samsu; Hasni, Hasni
SAINS TANAH - Journal of Soil Science and Agroclimatology Vol 17, No 1 (2020): June
Publisher : Universitas Sebelas Maret

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This study analyses land-use conflicts in specific dryland agricultural areas in relatively dry humid tropics based on the Regional Spatial Land Use Planning Regulations and land-capability evaluation. This research was conducted in the Regency of Jeneponto, South Sulawesi, Indonesia. The observation site was chosen based on several maps overlapping to produce 30 land units spread across 14 land systems in Jeneponto. This study integrates ground surveys and geographic information systems technology. The land capability analysis used a simple approach factor, according to United States Department of Agriculture definitions. The results indicate that land capability was dominated by Class IV, which covered 35,133 ha or 63.1%. Class VI covered 12,581 ha or 22.6%, Class III covered up to 4,378 ha or 7.9%, and Class VIII covered 3,130 ha or 5.6%. Class VII covered only 486 hectares, or 0.9%, the smallest area. These results indicate that the dryland area which had become a land-use conflict was delineated by Regional Spatial Land Use Planning Regulations. The drylands found in Jeneponto cover 22,214 ha or 39.9%, which has been divided into two: an area where non-dryland agriculture was converted into dryland farming (16,503 hectares, or 29.6%), and an area where dryland-farming was converted into non-agricultural dryland area (5,711 hectares, or 10.3%). Interviews with 50 farmers in the study location revealed factors that had changed agricultural dryland use into non-agricultural dryland use; lower incomes due to decreased soil fertility was a crucial factor.