PRESENTATION

Maryam, H..and Q. Pramukanto. 2019. Ecological Green Open Space Planning for Butterflies Habitat in Residential Area. Paper Presented at The 4th International Symposium for Sustainable Landscape (ISSLD), Bogor, October 10th, 2019.

Abstract: 
Development a residential area cause fragmentation both green space and wildlife habitat as well. Moreover, the landscape design orientation in housing areas usually focusing on the aesthetic value and less attention to the ecological function as well as the health of the ecosystem. Butterflies are the indicators of environmental and ecosystem health. Areas rich in butterflies and moths indicate the richness of other invertebrates. These collectively provide a wide range of environmental benefits, including pollination and natural pest control. Therefore the presence of ecological orientation of green open space in a residential area as a habitat for butterflies and other wildlife is one of the solution. The purpose of this study is to proceed an ecological green open space plan for a butterflies habitat in the residential area. The method used in this study consisted of preparation, data collection, data analysis, synthesis and planning. The aspect analyzed in this study are biophysical aspect, quality and quantity of ecological aspect that contains butterflies diets and a host plants, proximity to the water resource, vegetation cover and the interspersion of habitat components. The result show that the butterflies on the site is quite diverse but lack of diversity of host plants and the vegetation for the butterflies diets. The final results of this research are arranged as landscape planning for the ecological green open space for butterflies habitat.

Keywords: butterflies, ecological garden, green open space, landscape planning, residential estate

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Pramukanto, Q., I.J. Maula. and D.A.Pratami 2019. Bioregional Approach In Landscape Planning For Cultural Landscape Preservation. Paper Presented at Internation Geographic Union (IGU) Thematic Conference: “Transformation of Traditional Cultural Landscape”. IGU Commission on Land Use and Land Cover Change, 23 – 27 September 2019, Koper, Slovenia.

Abstract: 
Increasing human population need more land. It caused enviromental change within the region, as well as the structure of space and natural process behind. The environment control have been done to the region was not succeeded in solving those problems. The reason behind those failure is lack of consideration both natural boundaries and cultural domain, simultaneously, and ignored the fundamental relationship between people and nature, especially in term of processes in shaping the landscape.

Facing those reasons of failure, the consideration both of the boundaries of natural and domain of culture has strong influence to solve the problem. Bioregion is one concept that consider, both nature and culture, simultaneously in determine region.

Base on bioregional approach, the landscape planning was implemented for cultural landscape preservation. The bioregion characteristics were classified into bioregional unit, landscape unit and place unit. The assessment was done by matching those the bioregion class with planning criteria for cultural landscape preservation. The result proceed to be developed into landscape planning for cultural landscape preservation.

Keywords: bioregional approach, bioregional unit, landscape planning, landscape unit, place unit

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Apriliani, S.K. and Q. Pramukanto. 2017. Green Space Planning Based On Biophysical and Local Wisdom of Luhak Agam in Lubuk Basung, Agam Regency, West Sumatra Province. Poster Presented at the 3rd International Symposium for Sustainable Landscape Development (ISSLD), Bogor, November 14-15, 2017.

Abstract: 
In the past, Agam regency was called Luhak Agam. Lubuk Basung is the capital city of this regency which is currently being developing and increasing in the population. By increasing those development activities in the city, attention to protect and anticipate the problem lead to environmental degradations is needed. Moreover, any development activities in the urban area almost creating the homogeneity in spatial development and ignored the local characteristics. One of the preventing action of these environmental problems and creating local characteristics is to conduct spatial planning for the existence of green space. In order to be able to reduce the homogeneity in creating of green space planning, integrating the local wisdom in this research is needed.
The objective of the research is to understand the characteristic of existing green space, identify and analyze the green space needs, identify the value of local wisdom, and to plan the green space in Lubuk Basung city. The research consists of preparation, inventory, analysis, synthesis, and planning. The analysis was conducted to determine the green space (biophysical-based green space) toward to protected area, green space along the river corridor, and green space for urban community needs (social-based green space). It was evaluated by comparing those with the existing green space. The result of analysis was used as a reference in directing green space planning to be developed by integrating with Luhak Agam local wisdom value (cultural-based green space). The final result of this research is arranged as green space planning in Lubuk Basung City. Those green space planning consist of green spaces for protected forests, limited production forests, agricultural cultivation areas, on building areas, greenway for the river, road power line corridor, and parks.
Keywords: biophysical-based, cultural-based, green space planning, local wisdom, social-based
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Utami, A.S. and Q. Pramukanto.  2017.  Landscape Planning of Tetebatu Ecotourism Area, Mount Rinjani National Park.  Paper Presented at Internasional Conference on Managing Sustainable Tourism “Indigenous, Authentic And Halal Tourism”,  Universitas Mataram, Lombok, Indonesia 2nd – 4th October 2017.

Abstract:
Tetebatu with the northern part of its area becomes part of Mount Rinjani National Park’s Utilization Zone and as a whole becomes a destination especially for tourists with the intention of enjoying natural and rural environment. There are various attractions offered by its natural resources completed with the culture of the community within which makes Tetebatu Area potential to be developed as ecotourism area. Not fully supported by adequate tourism development facilities, the ecotourism performance of Tetebatu area needs to be improved by landscape planning that integrates the existing potentials adapted to the ecological conditions of the area in maintaining its function as buffer for the national park. The objective of this research is to create ecotourism landscape planning of Tetebatu Area base on by Ecotourism Opportunity Spectrum (ECOS) framework approach developed by Boyd and Butler (1994) that prioritizes environmental sustainability. Method was done by classifying the area, based on its land covers and land vulnerability, into three different categories namely eco-specialist, intermediate and eco-generalist which became a reference in the area development. The ecotourism landscape planning of Tetebatu, Mount Rinjani National Park produces landscape plan, activity and facility plan, circulation and interpretation path plan, and vegetation plan.
Keywords: ECOS, ecotourism, landscape planning and Tetebatu area
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Pramukanto, Q. 2017.
Penataan Taman & Lanskap: Belajar dari Korea. International Seminar INAKOS “Exploring Strategies For Social Empowerment Cooperation Between Korea-Indonesia” Yogyakarta, 30 Maret 2017.
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Pramukanto, Q
. 2015. Geospatial dalam Pelestarian Lanskap Budaya dan Sejarah. Seminar Teknologi Geospasial Dalam Pengembangan Bidang Arsitektur Lanskap. Ikatan Arsitek Lanskap Indonesia (IALI), Bogor, 28 Maret 2015.

Abstrak
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Lokasi geografis merupakan informasi yang penting dalam disiplin ilmu geografi, perencanaan kota dan disiplin ilmu keruangan lainnya, termasuk arsitektur lanskap, antara lain dalam aktivitas pelestarian lanskap budaya/sejarah. Informasi spatial (geospatial) ini merupakan acuan bagi pemahanan terhadap apa, dimana dan kapan suatu interaksi alam dan budaya yang membentuk entitas lanskap budaya/sejarah terjadi.
Untuk memahami interaksi fenomena alam dan gejala budaya tersebut diperlukan tafsir (interpretation) terhadap aspek tempat (place), waktu (time) dan arti (meaning) dari entitas lanskap budaya/sejarah tersebut. Lanskap budaya berkaitan dengan tempat (dimana), sedangkan lanskap sejarah berkaitan dengan waktu (kapan). Selanjutnya pemahaman lanskap budaya dan sejarah dilakukan berdasarkan interpretasi terhadap arti (meaning) terhadap aspek tempat dan waktu tersebut.
Untuk memahami aspek place, time dan meaning dalam lanskap budaya dan sejarah, informasi geospatial mempunyai peranan yang berbeda-beda. Data geospatial dapat langsung digunakan untuk menafsirkan abstraksi obyektif atas suatu realitas fisik (tangible), seperti setting lanskap, tata letak dan spatial pattern. Namun tidak, untuk representasi yang bersifat simbolik subyektif (intangible), berupa nilai-nilai (values), ide, konsep, natatif dan filosofi. Untuk lebih memahami karakteristik penerapan data geospatial diuraikan ilustrasi penerapan data geospatial tersebut dalam identifikasi dan analisis, implementasi tindakan pelestarian dan pemantauan.

Keyword: geospatial, place, time, meaning, abstraksi obyektif realitas fisik, simbolik subjektif, lanskap budaya, lanskap sejarah, interpretasi budaya.
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