Presentation on theme: "SISTEM INFORMASI GEOGRAFI TKW 303 DR. SUPRAJAKA Fakultas Teknik Universitas Indonusa Esa Unggul PERTEMUAN 2 GIS in Resource Assessment and Planning."— Presentation transcript:
SISTEM INFORMASI GEOGRAFI TKW 303 DR. SUPRAJAKA Fakultas Teknik Universitas Indonusa Esa Unggul PERTEMUAN 2 GIS in Resource Assessment and Planning
Geospatial Information... Menyajikan pendekatan berbasis ilmiah dan keruangan Systematis Holistis Analytis Quantitative Visual action Planning Analityc Quantitative visualisation
Banyak Aktor dan Banyak Layer PERLUNYA REFERENSI SPASIAL TUNGGAL SEBAGAI ACUAN SELURUH INSTANSI
Mountain Landscape Padi Field Meander Landscape Coastal Landscape Small Island Landscape Urban Landscape Jaring Kontrol Geodesi Nasional
5 Resource Allocation - Its Major Considerations Resource allocation should be done on a rational basis; Resource allocation should avoid the adverse effects (efek yang merugikan) of one resource use on another resource or on the human communities.
6 Aspects of resources that should be studied Resource types, extent and nature of use; Economic evaluation based on present and future uses; Socioeconomic characteristics and activities of the human communities which will be affected by resource use in the study area.
7 GIS Database provides data for future planning/action Identification of areas most suitable for particular economic activities like aquaculture, recreation, industries, etc.; Zoning of the area segregate conflicting uses of resources; Planning of growth centers and alignment of transportation networks to maximize accessibility of human population to resource-based employment potential.
8 Common characteristics of the nature of multidisciplined resource data Spatial (distributed in a certain pattern over the earth’s surface); Subject to multiple uses (mangroves are used for forestry, fisheries, agriculture, and recreation); Subject to change with time (retreat and accretion of the coastline); Affected by use (pollution of rivers by untreated discharge, reduction of water resources, increased siltation (endapan lumpur) of rivers and sedimentation in the coastle waters by excessive land clearing).
9 Basic Framework of Analysis for Resources Management Land- and Marine-based Coastal Resources Human Settlements / Communities Resource-using Activities Impacts/Effects (Depletion, Degradation) Non-Resource-based Activities (Pollution. Income Generation)