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Forum Geografi, Indonesian Journal of Spatial and Regional Analysis (For. Geo) is an open access, peer-reviewed journal that will consider any original scientific article for expanding the field of geography. The journal publishes articles in both physical and human geography specialties of interest to spatial analysis and regional analysis in (but not limited) Indonesia by applying GIS and/or remote sensing techniques.
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The Roles of Geographical Study in Spatial Arragement and Regional Development (A Case Study in Sukoharjo District) Priyono, Kuswaji Dwi; Kaeksi, Retno Woro
Forum Geografi Vol 10, No 2 (1996)
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The following issue explains the role of geography study in spatial lay-out and regional development, taking the regional development of Sukoharjo regency as the case study. The role of geography study in spatial lay-out and regional development lies mainly in the effort to achieve geo information system, i.e. information of regional landscape with its all characteristics, regional problem, regional development potential and the definitive factor of regional development. Making use of geography analysis, Sukoharjo as a brief out line has three geomorphology units with its different physic potential and soial economy, and up  to the present it has a tendency of different land  function. The three units of geomorphology mention above are: alluvial plain, fluvio-volcanic foot plain of Lawu, and shouthern hill slope of Baturagung. And then, to  support the area development of JOGLOSEMAR the future development strategies of Sukoharjo regency is distinguished into three zones, i.e.: industry and comercial zone, urban residential and institution zone, open sphere land and recreation zone.
Sirculer Mobility and the Sosial Economic Astuti, Wahyuni Apri
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The different between permanent and non permanent mobility lies with the will or will not intend to settle at the destination residences. If someone move to another residences and does not intend to settle permanently then this kind of movement is called circular migration. Migrant motivation usually has economic motive, urban-migrant is bigger than rural-migrant in quantity. Rural-migrants are generally the transmigrants whose activity is in farming sector. Circular migration is much more than permanent migration. Such a thing is caused by centripetal and centrifugal force of same power. Population is faced with the problem of selection, to settle at the rural with hard economy condition or migrate to another region. To solve the problem, then, they usually decide to move to the other region performing circular mobility. Circular mobility gives a positives  effect in economic condition, education, and development to the region where the migrants come from. The presence of consigment and new ideas transfered to the rural. Such a thing will bring the workers rural development.
Bricks and Roof Crafting: Spatial Changes on Land and the Solution Anna, Alif Noor
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As a natural resource land has a strategic position in various development progress mainly as an infrastructure and means of settlement. At present it seems that land demand is getting increase adjusts to population growth and development rate. In connection to this question land problem has a close linkage in clay mining to obtain raw material of brick and tile. Clay as a manufactured raw material is usually extracted out from soil of agricultural field. Apparently, the clay mining has much changed physical and non physical condition, among others; lowering of land surface, reduction of soil fertility, micro relief changes, area constraction of groundwater charge supply, and there will be a decrease of flora and fauna variation at the operation area of the clay mining.
Geomorphic Hazard Map for Spatial Planning Purposes Taryono, T
Forum Geografi Vol 10, No 2 (1996)
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In the planning of spatial lay-out oriented to environmental concept, it requires the information input conneting with the condition of local environment. This condition constitutes the features characteristic of the living space which consist of natural and social environment. One of the natural environment elements, neede to the spatial lay-out planning, is the dynamis geomorphology. The process of the dynami is some times accelerated and increased by natural and anthropogenic factors. The abnormality in both acceleration and the increase will cause a natural disaster, which is based on the landscape approach it is called the geomorphologic hazard. In connection with such event thematic map of geomorphologic hazard describes the disaster susceptibility of an area. The geomorphologic hazard map is an output map whose information is obtainable from thematic map conneting with population, land use, topography, geomorphology, rainfall, hydrological data, and slope classification. Both land use and population maps desccribes the anthropogenic factors. The role of the geomorphologic hazard map, in the planning of spatial lay-out and environmental management, i.e. preventive, represive, rehabilitative, and serves as the basis for interpretation and management of living spere. By putting geomorphologic hazard into map compilation of spatial lay-out (cultural and non cultural area map) a footstep advance is the reached to guarantee human security and their treasures, and human well-being as an integral part of human living prosperity.
Study of Settlement Pattern in Klaten District, Central Java Province Martono, Agus Dwi
Forum Geografi Vol 10, No 2 (1996)
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This study is aimed at studying spatial distribution patterns of settlement, inluding their variations and respective influencing facctors. The ultimated objetives to be ahieved are studying variation of dsitribution patterns of settlement, and the contribution of socio-economi facctors to the existing distribution patterns of settlement under varying topographic areas. The study is conducted in Klaten District, covering 401 villages in the district. A survey method is secondary data analysis. Data are analyzed statistically using T test, varians analysis, correlation, and multiple regresion. The research shows that there is no significant differences in distribution patterns of settlement between the Merapi volcanic slope, the lowland, and the hilly zone. Physical factors are not significantly influencing the distribution patterns of settlement in various topographic zone. A neglegible ifference in the index distribution pattern of settlement can be observed. Hilly zone of the district reveals an index of 0.959. lower than those in the volcanis slope (1.035) and in low land (1.058). distribution patterns of settlement in various topographi zone are ditermine by different sets of socio-economic variables. In the volcanic zone two variables i.e. population density and the portion of sawah area are strongly influencing the distribution patterns of settlement. In this zone population density contributes more than the sawh area. Where as in the low land areas housing density dictates the distribution patterns of settlement. Other variables such as population density, road density, and utilities are less significantly influencing settlement patterns in the low land areas. The same relation between settlement pattern and housing density is also obvious in the distribution patterns of settlement in this hill. In general distribution patterns of settlement in the district are ontrolled by housing density, population density and road density. The higher housing densities, the distribution of hamlets are more spread. The same relation applies to population density. The higher road density the more clustered is the distribution patterns of settleent can be observed in the fast growing areas, rather than the opposite. No differences in distribution patterns of settlement can be observed among development unit areas (SWP) in the district. 
Analysis of Water Availability Model of Ngunut Sub-Watershed, Upper Bengawan Solo Noor, Dewi Lies
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The aims of this research is 1) formulating a model for water availability in order to know the input-output process in Ngunut Sub Watershed; 2) knowing the condition of water availability components for each landuse; 3) determining the best alternative landuse in Ngunut sub watershed. Data used in this researh were mean rainfall and temperature in ten years, water content in soil, groundwater flow, crop coefisien, landuse area, and the agricultural production value. There are 3 main outcomes of this research. The first, one is in form of software, concerning the water availability model in Ngunut Sub watershed. The second outcome, for mixed plantation, infiltration, water storage, and percolation had high values but surface runoff has a low value. For the rice field, evapotranspiration has the highest value, with interception, infiltration, and water storage having low values. For the dry fields; interception had the highest value. For the settlement, surface runoff had the biggest value. The third outcome, is that the landuse changes from irrigated rice fields and dry fields to form of mixed plantations, constitute the best alternatives in the spatial organization of Ngunut watershed, whose values are high.
Conservation Priority Land Selection in Sangiran Mountainous Dome Area using Remote Sensing Data Sulistyo, Bambang
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The purpose of this study is to describe the features of soil forms on PKS derived from the data which are related to the erosions that happen. Based on this, the location of the priority of the soil conservation can be chosen. The research geomorphologic hazard method applied in this study is the continuation of the previous research which has yielded the study of soil form area. The result of that study is combined to other data to know IBE which covers topography, slope area, the count, it can be determined the priority of the soil conservation based on the delineation of the soil forms which are interpreted from remote sensing data especially the aerial photograph. The conclusion are 1) the choice of the priority of soil conservation and cultivating plants an be done by knowing IBE; 2) the degree of priority of the soil conservation and plant cultivation in PKS depend on the spreads of the soil forms. The soil forms happened is the features of the difference of rock formations, litology, the degree of erosion, landslide, and the process of diafirism. The priority sequences of the loations of the soil conservation and plant cultivation are S3 dan S4 followed by S5, s1, S2, and finally F1.
Peranan Kota Kecil dalam Pengembangan Wilayah Musiyam, Muhammad
Forum Geografi Vol 10, No 2 (1996)
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Tulisan ini berusaha untuk mengidenfitikasi peranan kota kecil (small towns) dalam pengembangan wilayah, terutama wilayah pedesaan. Bahasan dimulai dari pertama, konsep keterkaitan; kedua pendekatan peranan kota kecil dalam pengembangan wilayah pedesaan, dan diakhiri dengan bahasan megenai pendekatan saling ketergantungan antara kota kecil dengan pedesaan. Pengetahuan mengenai keterkaitan dapat membantu dalam mengidentifikasi sifat dan dampak interaksi antar kegiatan ekonomi. Secara teoritis, keterkaitan baik antar sektor maupun dalam sektor dapat terjadi melalui berbagai cara. Keterkaitan secara vertikal, yakni keterkaitan yang tercipta karena kerja sama atau hubungan antara perusahaan kecil dengan perusahaan besar. Keterkaitan dapat terjadi pula melalui keterkaitan konsumsi (consumption linkages) dan keterkaitan produksi (production linkages). Bentuk keterkaitan lainnya adalah keterkaitan keruangan, yang mencerminkan luasnya pengaruh sebuah perekonomian dan sebagai petunjuk adanya interaksi ekonomi antar wilayah. Berdasarkan pada serangkaian kajian mengenai keterkaitan desa kota, setidaknya ada dua hal yang perlu diperhatikan. Pertama, pertumbuhan kegiatan sosial ekonomi di pedesaan dan kota kecil merupakan dua hal yang saling bergantung. Oleh karenanya, kajian mengenai keterkaitan desa – kota disamping perlu dilihat dari perspektif kota, juga perlu dilihat dari pespektif desa. Kedua, keterkaitan desa – kota, di samping bervariasi antara wilayah satu dengan lainnya, secara internal juga menunjukkan variasi keterkaitan antar kelompok masyarakat, tergantung dari konteks regional, ekonomi, dan sosial. 
Development and Environmental Resources Conservation Kaeksi, Retno Woro
Forum Geografi Vol 10, No 2 (1996)
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Development is a certain coveted by all people in which included the natural resource development of living members, because a large part of human necessity is supplied by the natural resource. Thus, the more population the more necessities of the natural resource consumed. Natural resource availability is limited while the development is in progress. In such condition the resource is getting decrease and finally destroyed, unless we develop its and make a provision in replacement. Acording to what  is said by, it is needed a human knowledge about environmental concept of living members in order that in the desired development realization an environmental conservation will be protected permanently.
Conservation Priority Land Selection in Sangiran Mountainous Dome Area using Remote Sensing Data Sulistyo, Bambang
Forum Geografi Vol 10, No 2 (1996)
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The purpose of this study is to describe the features of soil forms on PKS derived from the data which are related to the erosions that happen. Based on this, the location of the priority of the soil conservation can be chosen. The research geomorphologic hazard method applied in this study is the continuation of the previous research which has yielded the study of soil form area. The result of that study is combined to other data to know IBE which covers topography, slope area, the count, it can be determined the priority of the soil conservation based on the delineation of the soil forms which are interpreted from remote sensing data especially the aerial photograph. The conclusion are 1) the choice of the priority of soil conservation and cultivating plants an be done by knowing IBE; 2) the degree of priority of the soil conservation and plant cultivation in PKS depend on the spreads of the soil forms. The soil forms happened is the features of the difference of rock formations, litology, the degree of erosion, landslide, and the process of diafirism. The priority sequences of the loations of the soil conservation and plant cultivation are S3 dan S4 followed by S5, s1, S2, and finally F1.

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