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Dr. Syartinilia
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Jurnal Lanskap Indonesia
ISSN : 19073933     EISSN : 20879059     DOI : -
Core Subject : Science,
The JLI is a periodical scientific peer reviewed publication hosted by Department of Landscape Architecture, Faculty of Agriculture, Bogor Agricultural University collaborate with the Indonesian Society of Landscape Architects (IALI). The journal's aimed to enhance conceptual, scientific understanding and application in developing sustainable landscapes as a solution to landscape change. Various scientific disciplines and perspectives are needed to understand the landscape and harmonize the social and ecological values to ensure landscape sustainability. The articles with themes in Landscape Planning, Design, Management, and Landscape Plants; Planning and Development of urban and rural areas; Ecology and environment; Landscape ecological engineering; The history and culture of the landscape are welcome to submit to this journal.
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PEMETAAN ZONA EKOLOGIS DAN IDENTIFIKASI GEOMORFOLOGI LANSKAP GEO-AREA CILETUH DI KABUPATEN SUKABUMI Putri Hardini, Aisyah Sabilla; Makalew, Afra DN; Munandar, Aris
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Geopark Nasional Ciletuh terletak di Geo-area Ciletuh, saat ini sangat dipromosikan dan sedang diupayakan untuk mendapatkan pengakuan dari UNESCO sebagai Global Geopark Network (GGN) pada tahun 2016, tetapi sampai sekarang belum menerima keputusan. Geo-area Ciletuh memiliki batuan khas yang terbentuk dari dua fragmen kerak bumi, lempeng samudera dan lempeng benua. Di sisi lain, keunikan dan keindahan sumber daya alam yang dimiliki oleh Geo-area Ciletuh dapat berdampak negatif pada dirinya sendiri. Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mengidentifikasi zona ekologi lanskap dan pendekatan geomorfologi sebagai cara untuk mengatasi masalah dan mengantisipasi dampak negatif di masa depan. Zona ekologis kawasan Geo-area Ciletuh tergolong sedang, yaitu 72,03% dari total luas dengan penggunaan lahan seperti pertanian, perkebunan, dan sawah. Hasil analisis morfometrik didominasi oleh relief bergelombang lemah 35,36% atau cukup curam sebesar 37,08%. Jenis utama batuan yang terkandung (diurutkan berdasarkan kekuatan struktur) adalah Batu Breksi Tufa (37,09%), Batupasir Kwarsa (13,80%), Batupasir Gamping (6,89%), Batupasir Tufa (15,53%), Tanah Liat (22,62%, dan Pantai). Aluvial Sludge (4,07%).
PERENCANAAN LANSKAP KAWASAN WISATA DANAU BANDAR KHAYANGAN DI RUMBAI PESISIR, PEKANBARU RIAU Sari, Gusti Dianda; Makalew, Afra DN; Nasrullah, Nizar
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Pekanbaru Government is currently increasing development to provide the activities of population needs. One of the development activities undertaken is development in the tourism sector. Bandar Khayangan Lake located in the district of Rumbai Pesisir, Pekanbaru City. The area has the potential of natural resources that can be used as a tourist attraction. Development of the area can cause damage the environment so that is necessary to provide a plan that can maintain the sustainability of this area. This research aims to analyzing and optimize the potential of Bandar Khayangan Lake and make a plan to create sustainable tourism areas. The result of research shows that most of the area is suitable to be used as tourist destination. Based on the analysis to keep the area sustainable, Bandar Khayangan Lake is divided into three zones between intensive zones, semi-intensive zones and non-intensive zones. The landscape plan consist of space plan, circulation, activities and facilities, and vegetation.
PEMANFAATAN HUTAN KOTA DI WILAYAH JAKARTA TIMUR SEBAGAI KAWASAN REKREASI MASYARAKAT KOTA Permata, Nike Dyah; Syartinilia, .; Munandar, Aris
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Urban forests have benefits for urban recreational activities for dwellers and also the identity of a city. East Jakarta is one of the areas in DKI Jakarta that has the largest number of urban forests currently. Urban forest has not been utilized optimally by the dwellers. For recreation activities, urban forest utilization for recreation activities become an interesting to observe. Therefore, the objective of this study was to analyzed urban forests utilization by the dwellers,especially in East Jakarta. Observation was done through interview and then was analyzed using linier regression. Urban forests coverage area were determined through buffer analysis using the level of urban forest accessibility by walk. The results shown that 85% urban forests was visited by dwellers came from inside urban forest coverage area. Recreational activities recorded while observed in the urban forest were exercising, sightseeing, picnic, camping, etc. The number of object in each urban forest was positively correlated with the high proportion of visitor from outside the urban forest coverage area.
PERENCANAAN LANSKAP KALIURANG SEBAGAI KAWASAN WISATA TERPADU DI YOGYAKARTA Gultom, Togar LM; Makalew, Afra DN; Nasrullah, Nizar
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Kaliurang has tourism potential and become the third most visited tourist destination in Yogyakarta after Parangtritis Beach and Prambanan Temple. This potential can be used to make Kaliurang as one of the revenue sources of regional income. For that there should be an effort to maintain the sustainability of Kaliurang as a integrated tourist area. This study aimed to plan Kaliurang landscape as a integrated tourist destination area in Yogyakarta. This study was conducted in Kaliurang with an area of 339,56 ha. The method used in this study was planning method developed by Gold (1980). The results showed that Kaliurang has potential to be planned into integrated tourist destination with physical factors such as topography, climate, land cover, high biodiversity, and existing tourism conditions. Kaliurang as a tourist area has a high quality natural scenery but supply and demand aspects as a tourist area has still low. Kaliurang has an area with a value of tourist suitability for the development of tourism activities amounted to 238.97 ha and divided into two spaces, tourism object space and tourist support space with an area of 207.65 ha and 31.31 ha respectively. The tourist space has 9 theme activities and supporting tourist space has three theme activities. Keyword : Kaliurang, landscape planning, natural mountains, tourism, tourist destination area
Tiga Kelompok Pengunjung berdasarkan Durasi Kunjungan dan Karakteristik Taman Bachtiar, Jasmine C U; Kusuma, Hanson Endra
Jurnal Lanskap Indonesia Vol. 11 No. 1 (2019): Jurnal Lanskap Indonesia
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The characteristics of urban parks can attract and makes visitors want to stay longer. The long duration of the visit in the urban park can increase visitor’s attitude toward a place. The longer they stay, the stronger the sense of belonging they have in that place. This current study wants to find out how the grouping of visitors in the urban park was based on the duration of the visit and the characteristics of the park. Data collection was carried out by distributing online questionnaires and the data of 211 respondents was processed for this study. Data was processed by explanatory qualitative method, with open coding, axial coding, and selective coding analyses. The result showed that there were three large groups of visitors in the park, who had different level of attitudes toward urban parks, namely relaxation, escape, and audience group. Audience group was assumed having the highest level of attitude toward urban parks than others. In order to increase the duration of the visit, the urban parks require attractions that are in demand by the audience. Keywords: duration of the visit, place characteristics, sense of place, urban parks
Effectivity of Green Open Spaces as Bird Habitats in Bogor City and Its Surroundings Wahyuni, Sry; Syartinilia, .; Mulyani, Yeni Aryati
Jurnal Lanskap Indonesia Vol. 10 No. 1 (2018): Jurnal Lanskap Indonesia
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Green open spaces can be potential habitats for birds in urban landscapes. Due to high number of land development, the green open spaces in urban landscapes tend to be small and scattered. Indeed, analysis about effectivity of green open spaces as bird habitats in Bogor City and its surroundings is needed. We investigated bird habitat patches on 14 locations in Bogor City and its surroundings. This study aimed to analyze the effectiveness of bird habitat patches for bird species richness using two variables (size and complexity). The data were analyzed using the Pearson Correlation and multiple linear regression. The results showed that there were no significant differences between bird species richness and size of patches. Conversely, there were significant differences between bird species richness and complexity of patches. The Pearson Correlation revealed that there were high correlation between bird species richness and complexity of patches. Finally, we propose three recommendations of green open spaces as bird habitat patches in Bogor City and its surroundings, such as protecting and managing both small and large bird habitat patches, increasing number of vegetation strata and number of vegetation in some strata in small bird habitat patches, and increasing number of vegetation in some strata in large bird habitat patch with low bird speciess richness.
ANALYZING THE WILLINGNESS TO WORK AND WILLINGNESS TO PAY FOR RWH IN JAPAN Jiang, Xiaohuan
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Citizen participation of rainwater harvesting is a valuable practice to mitigate problems such as groundwater mining, land subsidence, and urban flooding cause by global warming and urbanization in japan. In this study, we defined rainwater harvesting as activities carried out by citizens aimed at using rainwater, and examining the hypothesis that people’s willingness to work (WTW) and willingness to pay (WTP) for rainwater harvesting differ depending on their lifestyles and experience of using rainwater. We conducted a survey over the internet in August 2017, covering 1,794 people in Japan. The survey questions addressed three areas: (1) respondents’ lifestyles, (2) their experience of using rainwater, and (3) their willingness to participate in rainwater harvesting. As the results, we concluded that activities that ask for time or labor are preferable to those that ask for money, and people’s WTW and WTP do in fact differ based on lifestyle. Older people, full-time housewives/husbands, and non-workers have comparatively more time for participating in rainwater harvesting, and showed more interest in activities that ask for time or labor. Men and owners of single-family homes have higher annual incomes and thus greater WTP for rainwater harvesting. Moreover, WTW and WTP differed depending on whether a person had experience using rainwater. Men and younger people having more experience than women and elderly people. However, there were only 10% of the public has experience using rainwater, which shows that there is room to further promote rainwater harvesting.
DEVELOPING PLANT TOLERANCE INDICATOR TO AIR POLLUTION, CASE STUDY IN KRAKATAU INDUSTRIAL ESTATE CILEGON CITY, INDONESIA Dwiputri, Desi Anjana; Nasrullah, Nizar; Alim Mas’ud, Zainal
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Plant tolerance against air pollutants from industrial estate can be assessed based on the change of physiological parameters calculated according to APTI (Air Pollution Tolerance Index by Singh). However, based on previous research, APTI formulation was less accurate, the results obtained between macroscopic and physiological observations are not always sync. Additional physiological parameters, i.e. total carbohydrates as main product of photosynthesis process was need to be examined. Therefore, purpose of this study were to examine the physiological parameters that indicate the level of tolerance of plants sensitivity to air pollution and to analyze the level of tolerance of tree species to air pollution in industrial estate. The method used in this research were survey method, along with macroscopic parameters (leaf area, leaf number, and leaf hue), microscopic parameters (stomatal density, leaf and palisade thickness) and physiological parameters (ascorbic acid content, total chlorophyll, leaf pH, water content, and total carbohydrate)observation of tree species which exposed to pollution and non-pollution (control). The results of this research showed that total carbohydrate as an additional parameter affected the level of tolerance by 49.2% and thus modified the APTI formulation and changed the classification range of plants tolerance. Results showed that the tolerant plants were Polyalthia longifolia Sonn.,Polyalthia fragrans (Dalzell) Hook. f. & Thomson, Erythrina crista-galli L., and Casuarina junghuhniana Miq.; moderate tolerance were Hibiscus tiliaceus L., Samanea saman (Jacq.)Merr. and Acacia auriculiformis A. Cunn. ex Benth; and intolerant were Leucaena leucocephala (Lam.) de Wit, Pterocarpus indicus Wild., and Swietenia mahagoni L.
Persepsi dan Preferensi Masyarakat terhadap Infrastruktur Hijau Kota Yogyakarta Pratiwi, Ririk Darti; Fatimah, Indung Sitti; Munandar, Aris
Jurnal Lanskap Indonesia Vol. 11 No. 1 (2019): Jurnal Lanskap Indonesia
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Green infrastructure has been indicated as promising measure for adaptation to climate change impact, especially in densely populated cities where green spaces in a big scale were rare. Yogyakarta City expected would be a good representative case study, due the urban density and limited green spaces. In order to gain a better understanding and awareness of climate change impact and green infrastructure benefit, it is important to find out how people think about issues related to it. Perceptual studies can generate more understanding of the research areas, and knowing the preferences for implementing green infrastructure can help urban planners identify more effective policy responses. The objective of this study is to analyze public perceptions and preferences on climate change and green infrastructure in Yogyakarta City. The study area located in Yogyakarta City is divided into three groups based on the difference proportion of surface temperature. Data collecting conducted by online questionnaires, and samples selection used accidental sampling method. Descriptive statistics used to analyze descriptive data, chi square and Kruskal-Wallis analysis were used to determine the differences between three study areas, then logistic regression method used to find out the influence of socio-demographic factors. The results showed that there were not many significant differences between the 3 groups of study areas on community perceptions and preferences, while socio-demographic factors such as age, occupation, and gender affect some results of community perceptions and preferences. This study explains how community’s awareness of climate change impacts and understanding of the benefits of green infrastructure and local preferences, so that the benefits of green infrastructure can be accepted by the community effectively.
ANALISIS PERUBAHAN KONSENTRASI NITROGEN DIOKSIDA (NO2) PADA AREA BERVEGETASI DAN TIDAK BERVEGETASI DI JALAN SIMPANG SUSUN Dwirahmawati, Farida; Nasrullah, Nizar; Sulistyantara, Bambang
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The Interchange of highway is the intersection of several roads that consists of numerous road levels. It causes great number of traffic volume and releases vast pollutant quantities. This research objective were to analyze the influence of wind speed and traffic volume with NO2 concentrations at the surrounding of the interchange road. Researches were conducted at Cikunir interchange, between JORR E1 (Taman Mini-Cikunir segment), JORR E2 (Cikunir-Cakung), and Jakarta-Cikampek toll road. Concentration of NO2 gas was measured at the point of 0 m, 10 m, and 75 m from the shoulder in the green belt plot and in the plot having no green belt. The results showed that there is a significant correlation between traffic volume with ambient NO2 concentration. The correlation level between the volume of vehicle with NO2 concentration is 0.925 (very strong). Wind speed did not have a significant correlation with NO2 concentrations. Volume of vehicles and wind speed simultaneously (together) have a significant correlation on the NO2 concentration.

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