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ILMU KELAUTAN : Indonesian J. of Marine Sciences     Open Access   (Followers: 1)
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Jurnal Wilayah dan Lingkungan
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ISSN (Print) 2338-1604 - ISSN (Online) 2407-8751
Published by Diponegoro University Homepage  [25 journals]
  • Transformasi Wilayah Kabupaten Demak Sebagai Kawasan Pinggiran di dalam
           Proses Metropolitanisasi Semarang

    • Authors: Siti Nur Alifya, Fadjar Hari Mardiansjah
      Abstract: The road network availability as an infrastructure for accommodating activities and interaction between sub-districts in Demak Regency causes the sub-districts in Demak Regency divided into several areas. Through this development process, it can be seen that urban areas in Demak Regency have a gradual transformation process and have different dynamics in each region. Therefore, it is important to know how the transformation process occurs in each region. This study aims to examine the regional transformation process in each region in Demak Regency and find out which areas are undergoing rapid transformation or development. Land use or land use transformations analyzed using the Maximum Likelihood and Calculate Area analysis techniques in Arcgis. Population transformation analyzed using quantitative descriptive analysis techniques and economic transformation analyzed using LQ analysis techniques and quantitative descriptive. The results of this study indicate that areas located close to the Semarang Metropolitan area and traversed by a regional road network tend to have a greater development or transformation than areas that are far from Metropolitan Semarang, which are the south-west and north-west areas. There are factors that cause areas in Demak Regency to develop rapidly, such as proximity to Metropolitan Semarang, availability of road networks in the area, and activities. It is also known that the preparation of the RTRW for Demak Regency has not taken into account the developments or dynamics that occur in several areas. So that there are areas that need attention from the Demak Regency government, namely the east-north and central areas whose development is still under the direction of the RTRW so that their development needs to be encouraged as a result of the preparation of the RTRW that has not paid attention to developments or dynamics in each of these areas.
      PubDate: 2021-08-31
      DOI: 10.14710/jwl.9.2.%p
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 2 (2021)
  • Dampak Sektor Transportasi Terhadap Perekonomian di Timor Barat: Suatu
           Analisis Model Input - Output (IO)

    • Authors: Thobias Arnoldus Messakh, Ernan Rustiadi, Eka Intan Kumala Putri, Akhmad Fauzi
      Abstract: The development of the transportation sector on the West Timor is expected to be a driving machine in supporting other sectors, so that it will have a large multipler impact on the economy at the land borders of the country with Timor Leste. The government needs to make breakthroughs in the development of the transportation sector, because West Timor is experiencing a transportation infrastructure deficit. This is due to the low quality and quantity of transportation infrastructure capable of supporting the regional economy. This study aims to examine the impact backward and forward, as well as the multiplier impact of development on West Timor in 2018. The result of the researched was that the transportation sector in West Timor has a degree of distribution of 1.40. While the degree of sensitivity was 0.486. The multiplier effect on: salaries and wages (multiplier income) is 2.069, and the impact on the total value added multiplier is 1.409. The transportation sector needs to be maximized by building intermoda connectivity of the transportation network that is more effective and efficient. It is also necessary to optimize connectivity in integrating the development phases of National, Provincial and District road sections. The network connectivity is expected to be able to encourage the production sector which is able to increase or develop production capacity, thus providing a more optimal multiplier impact in the future.
      PubDate: 2021-08-31
      DOI: 10.14710/jwl.9.2.%p
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 2 (2021)
  • Nilai dan Pola Transit Oriented Development (TOD) Indeks pada Jalur
           Commuter Line Bogor - Jakarta Kota

    • Authors: Dewanti Aisyah Legowo, Widyawati Sumadio
      Abstract: Designate as a sustainable city, Jakarta continues to improve its various public facilities, among others, by applying the TOD concept. This study aims to analyse the value and pattern of the TOD index on the Bogor-Jakarta Kota Commuter Line lane. The study was conducted on seven TOD commuter line between Bogor and Jakarta Kota railway stations. Data collecting was done by downloading information from various sources and observe the railway stations by visiting directly to the stations. Furthermore, the results of the data are categorized according to variables and criteria specified in the TOD Index from Singh (2015). Descriptive analysis is used to divide TOD typology into city TOD and neighbourhood TOD. The results show that the highest TOD index value is found at Jakarta Kota Station which is the City TOD and the lowest value is at Tanjung Barat Station TOD which is the neighbourhood TOD. The form of the TOD index varies. Depok railway station that lies in the southern part and Jakarta Kota railway station situated in the northern part of the lane have high indexes. While railway stations that lie between these two stations have low indexes. The most influential variable is the internal variable, which shows by the station facilities. Office area and access back and forth to the stations are criteria that are the most important among other external variables. The conclusion of this study shows that a high index value does not always correspond to the TOD status, either as neighbourhood TOD or as city TOD. In TOD with a high index, the two variables do not always give the same role.
      PubDate: 2021-08-31
      DOI: 10.14710/jwl.9.2.%p
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 2 (2021)
  • Emisi Gas Rumah Kaca Sektor Pertanian di Kabupaten Tuban: Inventarisasi
           dan Potensi Aksi Mitigasi

    • Authors: Dhina Mustikaningrum, Kristiawan Kristiawan, Suprayitno Suprayitno
      Abstract: The agricultural sector is one of the contributors to greenhouse gas emissions in Indonesia. The inventory of greenhouse gases in the agricultural sector is not only carried out on land management, but also in the livestock sub sector. Tuban Regency, East Java Province has great potential to contribute to greenhouse gas emissions in the agricultural sector considering that the area of agricultural land and livestock population in this area is very high. This study aims to carry out an inventory of greenhouse gas emissions in the agricultural sector and potential mitigation actions in the same sector. The results of the research are expected to provide input for the Tuban Regency Government in designing mitigation actions that are feasible to implement. The greenhouse gas emission inventory is calculated using Tier-1 IPCC (International Panel on Climate Change) 2006 guidelines by multiplying activity data with emission factors according to IPCC standards. Activity data used for calculating GHG emission comes from secondary data. Meanwhile, the mitigation options obtained from interviews with representatives of farmer groups in Tuban Regency .The results show that the greenhouse gas emissions of the agricultural sector in Tuban Regency in 2019 is 1,665.67 Gg CO2-eq with details of the agricultural sub-sector of 1,092.50 Gg CO2-eq and the livestock sub-sector of 573.17 Gg CO2-eq. In the agricultural sub-sector, Plumpang Subdistrict occupies the top position as a contributor to greenhouse gas emissions and Tuban Subdistrict is the lowest position. Meanwhile, in the livestock sub-sector, Kerek subdistrict occupies the top position in contributing to GHG emissions and the lowest is in Tuban subdistrict. Through the implementation of balanced fertilization mitigation options and the use of low-emission rice varieties, the GHG emission in Tuban Regency can be reduced by up to 156,43 Gg CO2-eq. Both options are selected by farmers because it is easier and cheaper without relying on others.
      PubDate: 2021-08-31
      DOI: 10.14710/jwl.9.2.%p
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 2 (2021)
  • Penataan Regulasi Air Limbah Domestik Kota Depok

    • Authors: Melania Hanny Aryantie, Sri Unon Purwati
      Abstract: Study on domestic wastewater management policies is still minimal. Previous research was based on law. This research was conducted to discuss according hierarchy of regulations, then policy analysis under the stakeholders’ understanding. Wastewater management is important because it involves human health and the availability of clean water. The problem in Depok City is untreated domestic wastewater polluting rivers. This condition is caused by the communal Waste Water Treatment Plant (WWTP) that has not been able to reach all settlements and housing. The purpose of the research is to conduct a policy analysis of domestic wastewater management to reduce household pollution in Depok. The study was conducted in 2018. Primary data were consisting of perceptions of domestic waste policy makers at regional to national level. Secondary data were previous studies and policy products of Depok City. Qualitative research is determined by the results of content analysis and stakeholder analysis. Primary data obtained through interviews and focus group discussion. The finding is domestic wastewater pollution comes from settlements established before 2012 and settlements that are not served by integrated communal WWTP in Depok City. These conditions can be overcome by building inexpensive and easy to operate domestic wastewater treatment system. The research recommendation is the application of a constructed wetland. The policy implication is adoption of WWTP system in Depok City regulations.
      PubDate: 2021-08-31
      DOI: 10.14710/jwl.9.2.%p
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 2 (2021)
  • The Relationship of Education and Regional Income Level on Environmental
           Quality: Empirical Evidence from High Populated Country

    • Authors: Fakhri Adrian, Khoirunurrofik Khoirunurrofik
      Abstract: Indonesia is committed to implementing a sustainable development agenda by considering its quality and maintaining economic growth by improving public education and regional income. This study aims to estimate the relationship between education and regional income level with the environmental quality of Indonesian provinces. By applying the descriptive analysis and panel data regression, it is observed that regions with a high-level level of education and income are likely to have low environmental quality, which shows that education level has a negative relationship with environmental quality. In contrast, income level has no relationship with environmental quality. The empirical estimation revealed that higher education and regional income correlate with a lower level of environmental quality. It implied that the regional development in Indonesia has been at the cost of environmental degradation. It advised establishing an incentive and disincentive mechanism for economic actors to utilize energy resources and environmentally friendly production technology and bring the country into a sustainable development direction.
      PubDate: 2021-08-31
      DOI: 10.14710/jwl.9.2.%p
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 2 (2021)
  • The Impact of Rapid Urban Growth on Potential Groundwater Pollution in
           Ngemplak Sub-District, Sleman District

    • Authors: Rivi Neritarani, Sadewa Purba Sejati
      Abstract: Ngemplak Sub-District is one of the administrative regions in Sleman Regency which has experienced quite intensive urban development. Based on several studies, this region experienced a fairly rapid change in landuse. This landuse changes has resulted in pressure on the natural resources in this region, especially water resources. The purposes of this research are (1) to identify rapid urban growth in Ngemplak Sub-District, and (2) to identify the occurrence of potential groundwater pollution due to rapid growth in Ngemplak Subistrict. This research uses landuse comparative method at two different times to identify rapid urban growth. Whereas to identify potential groundwater pollution, this research uses the GOD method which is use three parameters, they are groundwater occurrence (G), overall aquifer class (O), and depth to water table (D). Based on the results of data processing, there was an increase in built-up area in Ngemplak Sub-District from 2006 to 2015 amounting to 235. 58 hectares. This increase in built-up area is a trigger factor for the emergence of environmental problems, namely the exploitation of water resources found in this region. Based on the results of data processing using the GOD method, the overall potential groundwater pollution in the Ngemplak Sub-District is included in the extreme class
      PubDate: 2021-08-31
      DOI: 10.14710/jwl.9.2.%p
      Issue No: Vol. 9, No. 2 (2021)
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