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Dr. Syartinilia
Contact Email
syartinilia@yahoo.com
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(0251) 8422415
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Jawa barat
INDONESIA
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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EFEKTIVITAS RUANG TERBUKA HIJAU SEBAGAI HABITAT BURUNG DI KOTA BOGOR DAN SEKITARNYA Wahyuni, Sry; Syartinilia, .; Mulyani, Yeni Aryati
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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.
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.
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.
HUBUNGAN ANTARA PERUBAHAN TUTUPAN LAHAN TERHADAP TOTAL PENDUDUK YANG DIPENGARUHI OLEH FENOMENA URBANISASI DI BOGOR, JAWA BARAT Hermanto, Sukma Sakti Agita; Makalew, Afra Donatha Nimia; Sulistyantara, Bambang
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Urbanization is the main issue that altered the environmental condition nowadays. Urbanization means that there are changes in suburban areas to fulfill the function needed in the urban area. Nowadays, urbanization occurred due to the high demand of housing area with lower budget and comfortable environment of living condition. This condition was presented in the Bogor city case. Bogor is one of the oldest cities in Indonesia which is located in the southern part of Jakarta. Due to the increase of population in the capital city and increased of the higher price of housing, people started to looked for place to stay outside the city. Bogor located in the strategic location just close enough for people to commute to Jakarta. The transit city transform into commuting city. People works in Jakarta wanted to live in a more comfortable place of living and cheaper in price than the capital city started to see Bogor as an opportunity. Based on the data obtained by the Central Bureau of Statistics Jakarta in 2015, there are 187.777 total people commuted daily from Bogor to Jakarta. This condition also triggered by the better quality of access in and out Bogor. Mass rapid transportation and highway toll gate create more land cover changes potential to fulfill the high demand of housing. Thus, this research aimed to see the effect of highway toll gate in the land use cover change in Bogor city. Landsat Images was used using the time-series method started since 1978 (the official year of Jagorawi Toll gate operation) with the 10 years interval time, 1989, 1999, 2009 and 2016. In determining the land use cover change, NDVI method was used which has been widely applied in detecting the greeneries. The result then evaluated using the supervised classification and validated using the Kappa Accuracy test. The result of this research shows that land use cover change corresponded with the total population in the citizenship census 2009. Total built area in 2009 is 36.20% which increased by 8.46% since 1999, this result suitable with the total population 949.000 in 2009 Citizenship census which increased by 364.000 since 1999. The highest built area detected is 42.15% in 2016 with total of 1.030.720 population and three active Highway toll gate operated. 
KAJIAN POTENSI KOLEKSI POHON LOKAL KEBUN RAYA CIBODAS UNTUK FUNGSI ESTETIKA DALAM LANSKAP Shodiq, Muhammad Amin; Budiarti, Tati; Nasrullah, Nizar
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Trees in the landscape have many important roles, one of them is aesthetics function. Therefore, tree species selection must be considered well. Indonesia has big number of tree biodiversity that can use for tree selection purposes. The selection can be considered based on physical characteristics and ecological characteristics of the tree species. Therefore, purposes of this study are 1) to identify ecological distribution of native tree species in Java island, 2) to identify native tree species which have high aesthetic value, and 3) to arrange native tree species list that have potential to be developed for aesthetic use in the landscape. This study conducted in  Cibodas Botanical Garden. The method used for this research is literature study from Botanical Garden Catalogue, direct survey method, aesthetic analyze using Key Performance Index for aesthetic quality assessment. The results of this research is there are 223  Java Island native tree species collection in Cibodas Botanical Garden.  The habitat of these collections of tree species is evenly distributed throughout the island of Java. Most can grow well in tropical zones (0-1000 masl) and tropical-mountain zones (0-2400 masl). Based on the aesthetic criteria assessment there are 50 species belonging to the good category, 101 species are included in the moderate category, and only one species is categorized as bad.

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