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Jurnal Lanskap Indonesia
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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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PEDOMAN PENULISANIKLANALAMAT REDAKSIDAFTAR ARTIKEL
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COVER DEPANDAFTAR ISIPENGANTAR REDAKSI
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COVER DEPANDAFTAR ISIPENGANTAR REDAKSI
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ANALISIS SPASIAL DAN TEMPORAL PERUBAHAN LUAS RUANG TERBUKA HIJAU DI KOTA BANDUNG Putri, Primaristianti; Zain, Alinda FM
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Urban development is a process of land use/cover changes, while in the process, it often sacrifices its ecological value in term tobe exchanged into more economic land use. The development in urban infrastructures in the shape of buildings and pavement are concrete examples for a  developing city. Urban green space as a part of an urban scape has an important role to maintain the urban ecological quality. But the needs for an urban development often sacrifices the existence of urban green space and may cause an environment degradation.Bandung as the capital city of West Java is one of the major cities in Indonesia. The vast economic growth leads it into the threat of losing its fame for being known as The Flower City. Like other big cities around the world, urbanization in Bandung comes with the enviroment degradation. Based on spatial and temporal analysis on Landsat TM images, urbanization leads to the decreasing urban green spaces. On 2001 urbanization has increased the built area into 62% covers of the whole city area from 46% on 1991.The analysis also shows that there are three major urban green space distributions affected by the land topograpjy. Rice field which dominate flat terrains  of the city and low built-up density on the east and south sides of the city, cropland which dominate the hilly parts of the city on the north sides, and non-agricultural green space which dominate parts of the city with high built-updensity. Urbanization in Bandung in 2001 left only about 38%of its green space and is about to decrease more in years to come. The main concern is to preserve the green space in north part of Bandung as the water catchment area, and to preserve the ecological quality of the city by balanced the vast growing buildings with the existence of trees and plants for the sake of the city sustainability.
PERENCANAAN HUTAN KOTA REKREASI MANGROVE DI WILAYAH PESISIR KECAMATAN KUTA RAJA, KOTA BANDA ACEH, PROPINSI NAD S, Noviyati Valentina; Nurisjah, Siti
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The study was located in Kuta Raja Sub-District, Banda Aceh City, Nanggroe Aceh Darussalam Province. The site is coastal areawhich was directly affected by eartquake and tsunami disaster that caused environmental degradation and significantly reduced the area of land.The area of site planning is 316.65 Ha, covers 78.76 Ha of Gampong Jawa Village, 211.24 Ha of Gampong Pande Village, and 26.65 Ha of Peulanggahan Village. The site has unique character of coastal area with clay soil and flat topography,and consisted of land and inundated areas. Ecological concept has been applied to the forest, with aim to improve environmental quality of the city after tsunami. Besides, the urban forest is hopefully indirectly able to protect the land area behind, and also as recreational areafor urban communities.
KAJIAN POTENSI FASILITAS PENDIDIKAN SEBAGAI OBYEK WISATA PENDIDIKAN PERTANIAN DI KAMPUS INSTITUT PERTANIAN BOGOR DARMAGA Riyani, Elvia; Sulistyantara, Bambang
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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.
PERENCANAAN LANSKAP JALAN IR. H. JUANDA, KOTA DEPOK Resunda, Inke; Nasrullah, Nizar
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Depok as developing city has mayor attention in transportation sector. One of the problems was the insufficient alternative way within city, and that has caused traffic jam. One solution offered is developing Ir. H. Juanda Street as primary collector road that links the east to the west side of the city. Within 4 km length and 21,8 m right of way (ROW), the street  is passed by Ciliwung river, and it is planned to be a functional and aesthetic streetscape. The aim of this study were to plan a streetscape which is ableto accommodate users needs safely an, comfortably; and also to improve environment quality and to create identity. The spatial plan consisted of circulationarea (32,6%), buffer area (36,4%), service area (22,8%), and identity area (8,2%). Circulation area is for vehicle; buffer area is as buffer and conservation;service as area for users activities; while identity is designate as aesthetic welcoming area. Facilities to be served on site among others are trash basket, pedestrian walk, public phone, sitting area, etc.
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
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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.
SURAKARTA: PERKEMBANGAN KOTA SEBAGAI AKIBAT PENGARUH PERUBAHAN SOSIAL PADA BEKAS IBUKOTA KERAJAAN DI JAWA Zaida, Suci Nur Aini; Arifin, Nurhayati HS
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The aim of this study was to describe the relation  of urban landscape development that influenced by social change. This  study was focused on the changing occur before the Kingdom of Surakarta untilreformation period. The analysis was intended to find out the main factors that had been influencing the urban landscape development and also to formulate the concept of urban planning in the future based on its history and thesocial character.Surakarta, otherwise Solo or Salay, was the capitalcity of Surakarta Hadiningrat's Kingdom. Founded in  1745,  it was built on a magical rather than a rational consideration. It?s located in the  crosscurrent of two rivers, the Bengawan Solo and the Pepe. According to the Javanese cosmology, the inner city comprised of the kraton complex called Baluwarti and the alun-alun (palace square), all located inside the beteng (palace wall). Outside the palace wall were houses of the sentana (nobility), the abdi dalem (retainers) and the commonners. The coming of the Europeans, the Chinese and the Arabs formerly did not alter the cosmology concept of the city. Inthe beginning of the twentieth century, due to the advance of technology and the expansion of business, service and leisure, the city was changed. It was in development period that the most change towards a modern city took place. The skeleton of the city remained the same, but the environment became entirely different.

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